Jared Remy faces murder charges in the 2013 killing of his girlfriend Jennifer Martel. Remy has a history of alleged violence against past girlfriends and other people. Review a selection of statements and police reports involving Remy's alleged violent past:
March 25, 2000
Police found needles in Jared Remy's room after Jared's former roommate, Andrew Ufland, went to police asking for restraining order against Remy.
April 3, 2000
After pleading with ex-girlfriend Gianacopolis to get back together, Remy allegedly threatened to kill her if she did not.
Jan. 21, 2001
After Guyette refused to allow Remy to take their son on an unsupervised visit, he allegedly threatened her and her boyfriend.
In a statement submitted to court, Guyette said she regretted allowing previous charges against Remy to drop and for not bringing other issues up with the authorities.
April 8, 2001
Jared Remy allegedly hit Miklicek in the head with a beer bottle at a tow yard where Miklicek worked in a longstanding feud over a past girlfriend.
Sept. 18, 2002
McMahon filed the restraining order after Remy allegedly threatened to kill her and her friends.
Dec. 19, 2002
Jared Remy allegedly attacked Ufland and his father, saying "I'm going to kill you."
March 3, 2003
Jared Remy allegedly hit Ryan McMahon's friend Melissa Gemelli in the head with a beer bottle as she emerged from the restroom at a Waltham bar.
July 4, 2003
McMahon told police that Remy called her several times a day saying "he was going to come over and kill her." He also allegedly accosted her on the job and hit her outside a tanning salon where she worked.
July 24, 2004
Remy is accused of hitting McMahon repeatedly with a phone after an argument about what she can take with her from their apartment after a break-up.
Aug. 13, 2013
After an argument about Martel visiting a neighbor at their Waltham apartment complex, Remy allegedly slammed her head into a bathroom mirror. Martel filed for a restraining order. Remy was arrested for assault, released that night on personal recognizance, and released again the next morning after a court arraignment.