2 Women Charged In Connection With Woburn Police Officer Shooting
WOBURN (CBS) – Two more people, including the daughter of a Boston Police officer, have been charged in connection with a September jewelry store heist that led to the shooting of a Woburn police officer.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens reports.
Seventeen-year-old Erianiss Murillo of Dorchester was arrested and charged with masked armed robbery, possession of a firearm, and assault with intent to murder.
WBZ-TV’s Jim Armstrong reports
Sources tell WBZ-TV’s Kathy Curran that Murillo went into Musto Jewelers on Sept. 6 and buzzed in 25-year-old Antonio Matos, who’s accused of trying to kill Woburn Police Officer Robert DeNapoli.
Officer DeNapoli was shot several times and wounded by Matos after the attempted heist, according to police. DeNapoli is still recovering from his injuries.
Also arrested in the incident was 21-year-old Hector Baez.
A fourth suspect, 18-year-old Allegra Martinez, the daughter of a Boston Police officer, turned herself in Wednesday afternoon.
According to Curran, the two women lived together in Dorchester. Sources told Curran Martinez fled to Rhode Island before she turned herself in.
Woburn District Court Judge James Barretto ordered Murillo and Martinez be held on $250,000 cash bail, $2.5 million dollar surety.