The case of accused Craigslist killer Philip Markoff is scheduled to be back in Suffolk Superior Court on Monday afternoon. Markoff is not expected in court Monday when prosecutor Edmond Zabin, defense attorney John Salsberg and Judge Frank Gaziano are scheduled to meet.

The case of accused Craigslist killer Philip Markoff is scheduled to be back in Suffolk Superior Court on Monday afternoon.


Markoff, 24, is not expected in court Monday, according to a spokesman for Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley. Prosecutor Edmond Zabin, chief of the district attorney’s homicide unit, with defense attorney John Salsberg and Judge Frank Gaziano are scheduled to meet beginning at 2 p.m.


Markofff, a former Boston University Medical School student and Quincy resident, is charged with robbing and killing masseuse Julissa Brisman, 25. She was shot to death April 14 at the Marriott Copley Place Hotel.


He is also accused of kidnap ping and robbing a prostitute at the Westin Copley Hotel on April 10, and with pulling a gun on a stripper at a Rhode Island hotel on April 16.


Markoff allegedly contacted the women through the “erotic services” section of Craigslist, an online classified site.


Markoff, who lived in the HighPoint complex on Quarry Street in West Quincy, has pleaded innocent to the charges and has been held in jail since his arrest last spring.


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