Authorities say a woman who pulled up to the Brockton, Massachusetts police station splattered in blood will be charged with the murder of a retired Randolph school teacher.
Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz said Monday that 54-year-old Eunice Fields of Brockton will be arraigned Tuesday in Brockton District Court in connection with the murder of 62-year-old Lorraine Wachsman.
Field was arrested after she drove to the Brockton police station and told police she has just killed someone.
Brockton police notified Bridgewater police, who found Wachsman dead in a first-floor unit at the Kingswood Park Village Condominiums in Bridgewater.
Police said Wachsman taught English in the Randolph School District for nearly 40 years.
It was unclear if Fields had hired an attorney.