In the early evening of April 19, 2013, David Henneberry stepped out for some fresh air at his home in Watertown, Massachusetts, after Gov. Deval Patrick lifted a shelter in place order. He had noticed something amiss with his boat, so he went to check on it.
At that point, Henneberry saw that some of the padding used to protect the boat's hull had fallen off. Once he lifted the wrap, he found Tsarnaev, bloodied and curled up inside the boat. The injured man had escaped a pre-dawn shootout with police that left his older brother and co-conspirator, Tamerlan, dead.
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Four days earlier, twin blasts killed three spectators and injured more than 260 others at the Boston Marathon’s finish line.