Kimani Washington was arrested on Oct. 1 in Manchester, N.H., three days after five people were shot in Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood.
A young mother and her young son killed in a shooting in Boston are being laid to rest. The funeral for 21-year-old Eyanna Flonory and 2-year-old Amani Smith is scheduled to take place at Morning Star Baptist Church on Wednesday morning.
Community leaders and anti-violence groups are calling for a moment of silence in memory of four people who were killed last week in Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood, including a 2-year-old boy and his mother.
A Boston man wanted for questioning in the shooting deaths of four people isn’t going to fight extradition from New Hampshire, where he was arrested last week.
A few days after the violent crime that terrorized Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood this week, the four candidates for governor discussed how they would combat crime.
Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino says police have recovered guns and an SUV that may be connected to the early Tuesday Mattapan shooting that left four people dead, including a toddler.
Police were awaiting a search warrant for a home on Sutton Street in the city’s Mattapan neighborhood, Boston Police spokeswoman Elaine Driscoll said.
Boston police are preparing to search a home near where four people – including a 2-year-old boy – were fatally shot and a fifth person was left critically wounded.
Boston police, city officials, and members of the clergy have been walking through the neighborhood where the shooting took place, asking residents to come forward with any information that could lead to arrests.
About 50 neighborhood residents and community leaders gathered for a vigil in Mattapan on Tuesday night, including Gov. Deval Patrick. Meanwhile, Boston police continue to search for the person or people responsible for the shootings of four people, which left four dead and one in critical condition.
Residents of Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood gathered at the site of the quadruple murders to hold a rally on Tuesday night. Among the marchers was Rev. Eugene Rivers, who joined WBUR on Wednesday to speak about the murders and their impact on the neighborhood.
Boston police say four people, including a toddler, have been killed and a fifth person injured in an early morning shooting. NECN covers the live news conference on the Mattapan shooting.