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Trials (Murder)–Massachusetts—Norfolk County. I. ). II. Title. 152’3092—dc232012006730 FOR MAY GREINEDER AND ALL VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Epilogue Authors’ Note Bibliography Illustrations 1 Dirk’s van parked 2 Storm drain: left glove found 3 Traffic circle 4 May Greineder crime scene 5 Sand pit 6 Pine tree forest 7 Knife, hammer, right glove found in beach access road storm drain 1 NESTLED IN THE MIDDLE OF NEW ENGLAND is the affluent community of Wellesley, Massachusetts, a prosperous town of twenty-six thousand residents where the quality of life embodies the best of what the six-state region has to offer.
While McDermott showed Dr. Greineder to a telephone in the small meeting room within the detective office, Foley walked down the hallway to a larger conference room where he began to confront some of the multiplying details in the blossoming investigation. As she sat behind a computer across from the windowed meeting room, it looked to McDermott like Dr. Greineder made two telephone calls. One of them was to his daughter Britt. McDermott overheard the father telling his middle child that “something bad” had happened to her mother, ordering her to come to the police station right away.
There would be no rain to compromise the physical evidence spread around the woman’s body. Foley had also requested the State Police dive team, since the pond was an obvious place the killer could have dumped evidence. Finally, Trooper Ken Rudolph and his German shepherd, Arek, trained to follow a human scent, were ordered to Wellesley, on a mission to track a sadistic murderer. 3 ATTORNEY TERRY SEGAL anxiously identified himself to the Wellesley desk officer a short time before noon, still not believing what Dirk Greineder had just told him.