Boston Police report arresting a Revere man on charges he killed a woman in a room at the Verb Hotel, 1271 Boylston St., on March 13.
Police say they could not bring any charges until after July 28, when the state medical examiner's office declared Sarah-Lotte Dorany's death a homicide. Dorany was 29 and a Maynard resident, police say. She was originally from Gottingen, Germany.
Police did not specify a cause of death, but say that first responders were initially called to the hotel around 12:10 p.m. for an "unresponsive" woman who appeared to have suffered a heart attack.
Police say they obtained a warrant charging Aaron Parsons, 43, of Revere, with manslaughter on Monday. On Tuesday, police say, the BPD fugitive unit, US marshals and Maine state troopers arrested him in South Paris, ME.
Parsons is now being held in Maine pending his arraignment on a charge of being a fugitive from justice, which will lead to another hearing on whether he should be sent down here to face charges of manslaughter and engaging in sexual conduct for a fee.