District Attorney Files Murder Charges in Death of Trudie Hall
By: Enterprise Staff, November 12, 2013
District Attorney Michael O'Keefe announced that a Barnstable County Grand Jury has returned indictments today for the 2010 murder of Trudie Hall.
Trudie Hall was reported missing by her mother at the end of July 2010 to the Yarmouth Police. The next day Barnstable Police located the car Ms. Hall rented when she came over to the mainland from Nantucket.
In April of last year skeletal remains were found in the town of Falmouth. Just four days later the medical examiner’s office identified the remains as Trudie Hall. She was 23 years old and pregnant at the time of her death. In the months that followed, the investigation involved the medical examiner’s office, forensic chemists and ballisticians from the State Police and the State Police Crime Lab, evidence technicians from the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Department and police from throughout the mid and upper Cape, as well as the State Police detective unit assigned to the District Attorney’s office.
The grand jury indicted Quoizel L. Wilson, 35, of Boston, for murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and unlawful disposal of a body in connection with the death.
Mr. Wilson was arrested by State Police detectives today in Chelsea and is being held without bail pending his arraignment in Barnstable Superior Court.
District Attorney O'Keefe said, "This has been a long and thorough investigation and it continues. I hope this step brings a small measure of peace to Trudie's family."