The lone survivor of a shooting that killed four people in Mattapan in 2010 testified Wednesday at the trial of the two men accused of the crimes.
A hallway confrontation interrupted the trial of two men accused of murdering four people in Mattapan back in 2010.
The defense attacked the credibility of the key witness on Wednesday at the trial for two men charged with killing four people and leaving a fifth paralyzed in Mattapan in 2010.
Victims’ family members took the stand on Friday to testify against the men charged with killing four people in Mattapan on September 28, 2010.
The 16 jurors visited the site of the September 2010 killings Thursday.
A third man arrested in the September shooting deaths of four people in Mattapan, was ordered held without bail Thursday.
A third person has been placed under arrest in the murders of four people in Mattapan earlier this year.
The suspected gunman in the Mattapan murders was ordered held without bail Tuesday.
Five people were shot on Woolson Street in Mattapan back in September, including a two-year old boy. Four of them died.
BOSTON (WBZ) — A Dorchester man charged in connection with the shooting deaths of four people — including a 2-year-old boy – was ordered held on $500,000 bail Wednesday. 35-year-old Kimani Washington pleaded not guilty […]