Paul Revere Park Assault Victim Dies, Investigation Continues

The homeless man assaulted Monday night or Tuesday morning passed away Friday night, confirms district attorney's office.

A homeless man found beaten and lying in Paul Revere Park Tuesday has died. A spokesman at Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley’s office confirmed the victim died sometime Friday night.

Conley’s office declined to identify the victim. No cause of death has yet been determined. The office will continue to investigate the death.

Conley and Massachusetts State Police have asked for the public's assistance in the case, asking anyone who saw anything unusual in the park between Monday and Tuesday to call 617-727-8817 and speak to detectives.

According to Conley’s office, the man was apparently . State troopers found the 45-year-old man in the park, suffering from a head injury. He was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital at that time.

Jason F May 31, 2012 at 02:15 AM
Who are you Bobby A? This is a member of Normand's family. How can we contact you?
Matt M. Casey May 31, 2012 at 04:35 PM
Do either of you have a picture of Normand? What kind of man was he?
Bobby A June 01, 2012 at 12:27 AM
I`m sure the police have their killers DNA.Knowing him he most likely tried to defend himself. Here`s a message animals.You may walk intoto prison struting around like a rooster. But some guys will get you one night,and turn you from a rooster into a hen. GOT MY DRIFT KILLERS!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU`LL GET 25+PLUS.
suzanne mccutcheon June 03, 2012 at 01:09 PM
This is awful. Norman was a good guy who temporarily got a little lost. He didn't deserve this. I am happy to see that at least it isn't just being pushed under the rug... that someone out there cares... find the cowards that did this and find a little justice for Norm!!!!
Jen and Bob B June 26, 2012 at 08:27 PM
Poor Norman, He was a friend of my husbands when they were younger. Haven't seen him in 20 yrs.....rest in peace Norm! And for the ANIMAL that did this...may you have what is coming to you 10x over.....


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