A Massachusetts man wanted by the Boston Police Fugitive Unit was arrested on Murder Charges in connection with the death of a Boston man on Valentine’s weekend in Mattapan.
The defendant, Kewon Kelley, was arraigned in the Dorchester Division of the Boston Municipal Court on murder and firearms charges.
According to the Boston Police and Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, the victim, Rawshawn Lamont Few, 27, was shot in Mattapan on February 17, while he was at a party. Prosecutors and police believe that during an argument, the defendant pulled out a gun and shot Few.
The defendant was arrested in Brockton by Boston Police, U.S. Marshalls and members of the Brockton Police Department.
Interestingly enough, another man was suspected by Boston Police as having been responsible for this murder. Osmell Odena had previously been charged with firearms charges after his car was allegedly seen speeding from the area of the shooting. Prosecutors are now saying that Osmell Odena is not connected in any way to this incident.
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