BOSTON (CBS/AP) — Authorities say the man shot and killed by police after shooting an officer in the arm over the weekend had a long criminal history and was well known to law enforcement.

The man killed in the Saturday shootout in Dorchester was identified Sunday as 20-year-old Darryl Dookhran.

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Police say Dookhran had faced multiple gun charges and as a juvenile was kicked out of two high schools for gang-related violence. In 2011 he was arrested for bringing a loaded gun to Mass Bay Community College in Wellesley, where he was a student at the time.

Police Superintendent Daniel Linskey says the injured officer is recovering at home and is in great spirits.

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Christopher Murrain, who was with Dookhran, was rraigned Monday on a charge of assaulting a police officer.

Assistant District Attorney Michael Callahan recommended that he be held on $15,000 cash bail and, if he posts that amount, that he be ordered to wear a GPS monitoring device, abide by a curfew, and stay away from the area of the incident.

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Callahan also asked that Murrain’s bail on two separate, open cases be revoked. Judge Robert Tochka imposed all of Callahan’s recommendations.

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