A judge has set high bails for two men arrested after a shooting in Boston that killed a man and wounded another.
Twenty-four-year-old Lamar Brison and 19-year-old Elijah Small were arraigned Friday in Roxbury Municipal Court and ordered detained on $100,000 cash bails. Both are charged with unlawfully carrying a firearm. Brison also was charged with misleading an investigator and motor vehicle offenses. Both men are from the city's Dorchester neighborhood.
Police say 22-year-old Raheem Ramirez was killed and a 24-year-old man was wounded in the shooting Thursday night in the city's Roxbury section. The wounded man is expected to survive.
No one has been charged in Ramirez's killing.
Brison's lawyer says there's no evidence of wrongdoing against his client. Small's attorney says Small wasn't involved in the shooting.
This article was originally published on July 03, 2015.