Watertown man who helped locate Dzhokhar Tsarnaev gets donations to replace boat

The Watertown homeowner who found the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings hiding in his boat is receiving online donations from people hailing him

David Henneberry called the authorities on Friday when

David Henneberry called the authorities on Friday when he stumbled upon Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in his yard.

WATERTOWN, Ma. - The Watertown homeowner who found the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings hiding in his boat is receiving online donations from people hailing him as a hero.

David Henneberry called the authorities on Friday when he stumbled upon Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in his yard. Investigators say it was his tip that led to Tsarnaev's arrest.

After an exchange of gunfire between the suspect and SWAT officers, Henneberry's Seahawk cruiser was destroyed. The boat was valued at $50,000.

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