jag enterprises of groton, inc.

839 spring st ext
groton, new york 13073

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
JUNE 19, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4595053

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TOMPKINS

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Name History
2014 - JAG ENTERPRISES OF GROTON, INC.









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    GROTON, Mass. (AP) — An Oberlin College graduate is a suspect in the slayings of four people at a Massachusetts home.The Middlesex district attorney's office says 22-year-old Orion Krause, of Rockport, Maine, is to be arraigned Monday on murder charges in the four deaths Friday in Groton.Meanwhile, Oberlin College & Conservatory, the liberal arts college in Ohio with a prestigious music program, identified Krause as a 2017 graduate of the school.Oberlin's president and the dean of the conservatory said in an email statement that the "nature of this crime is horrific, and the grief of a family and friends immeasurable ... and yet Orion is one of our own."It's unclear whether Kraus has an attorney.

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    A deranged man bludgeoned four people to death in bucolic Groton, Mass, then walked naked and covered in blood to a stranger’s house and announced that he was the killer, according to reports on Saturday. “I need help. I need help. I just murdered four people,’’ 22-year-old Orion Krause told Walter Alcocer and his wife...

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    BOSTON (AP) — A recent college graduate accused of killing his mother, grandparents and a caregiver was described Monday as a good friend and talented jazz musician who showed no signs that he was troubled.Orion Krause, who was charged in the slayings, was ordered Monday to be sent to Bridgewater State Hospital pending a competency hearing. After the killings Friday, a neighbor said the 22-year-old Oberlin College graduate from Rockport, Maine, showed up naked and muddy at his home in Groton, a town about 40 miles (65 kilometers) northwest of Boston, and said he "just murdered four people."A longtime friend of Krause's said he was shocked, calling him a great student and phenomenal musician who was well-liked by everyone.

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