Milor Nerette, 18, of Randolph, Massachusetts, was arrested by Boston Police Officers last Friday in connection with the stabbing of a 23 year old Randolph man that occurred in Braintree’s South Shore Plaza last February. Milor Nerette was formally arraigned yesterday on Massachusetts Crimes of Violence Charges of Armed Assault to Murder in Quincy District Court.
According to the Braintree Police Department, Milor Nerette is believed to be one of four men who allegedly approached a man in the South Shore Plaza in Braintree and stabbed the 23 year old Randolph man. A judge from the Quincy District Court had previously issued an arrest warrant for Nerette on charges of Armed Assault with Intent to Murder. He was picked up on the arrest warrant this past Friday by Boston Police.
The other two men already arrested in connection with this stabbing were Geraldo Lerouge, 20, of Hyde Park, and Ricardo Clermont, 21, of Quincy. Both were previously arraigned on the charge of Armed Assault with Intent to Murder in Quincy District Court on February 28.
According to the Boston Police Department, officers were able to quickly identify and arrest Lerouge and Clermont because both men were currently on probation and wearing GPS monitoring devices.
The victim, who has not been identified, is believed to be a ‘connected’ gang member, and has reportedly been ‘uncooperative’ with this investigation, which could be a sign that the cases against Nerette, Lerouge and Clermont could be difficult for the prosecution.
Boston Police also believe that several incidents in the hours after are related to the Braintree stabbing, including an incident where shots were fired into a home on Arborfield Road in Roslindale; shots fired into a home on Hyde Park Avenue; and a fight outside of Kelley’s Liquors on Hyde Park Avenue.
Boston Criminal Defense Attorney Lefteris K. Travayiakis has extensive experience in defending Massachusetts Crimes of Violence Charges, and is available 24/7 for consultation.
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