The Franklin Street resident who discovered one of the Boston Marathon Bombing suspects in his boat has bought a new boat after his old one was shot up.
Watertown resident David Henneberry can set sail again after purchasing a used boat with $50,000 donated by people after his boat was damaged when police captured Boston Marathon Bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, according to a report on WCVB TV's website.
The 24-foot boat is named Beth Said Yes for Henneberry's wife, WCVB reported. The previous boat, Slip Away, was taken by the FBI, Henneberry said. Read the WCVB report here.