Roxbury shooting leaves 27-year-old father dead early Saturday morning

Larry Moore

Larry Moore

A shooting around 1 a.m. Saturday killed Larry Moore, 27, according to Boston police. Moore was pronounced dead at the scene, near 70 Weaver Way in Roxbury.

No arrests had been made as of May 27, according to a police spokesman.

Staco Communications (@staco) posted around the time of the shooting:
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Trial underway for suspect in kidnapping and murder of Amy Lord

The high-profile trial of Edwin Alemany, accused of kidnaping and murdering 24-year-old Amy Lord on July 23, 2013, as she left her apartment for an early-morning workout, began May 20 and continues this week at Suffolk Superior Court.

In addition to first-degree murder, Alemany, 30, is accused of kidnapping, armed carjacking, two counts of armed robbery, two counts of armed robbery while masked, armed assault with intent to rape, stealing by confining, arson of a motor vehicle, and assault and battery, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
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Second suspect charged in 2013 shooting death of Brianna Bigby

Almost two years after 23-year-old Brianna J. Bigby was gunned down in a double shooting while sitting in a car on a Saturday afternoon in Roxbury, a second suspect was arraigned for her murder.

Brianna J. Bigby

Brianna J. Bigby

Rasheem Christian, 24, pleaded innocent Tuesday to first-degree murder for the June 1, 2013, shooting that left Bigby dead at the scene and her 23-year-old companion wounded but alive. The pair were sitting in a sedan near 310 Walnut Avenue in Roxbury, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
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Jeromie Johnson, 33, died from gunshot wound in April

A 33-year-old man shot April 8 in Dorchester died later the same night, police announced this week.

Jeromie Johnson was found suffering from an apparent gunshot wound near 50 Richfield St. at 8:20 p.m. and was taken to Boston Medical Center with life-threatening injuries, according to a Boston Police Department press release dated May 12.
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Fatal shooting early Thursday in Roxbury

A 24-year-old man was shot to death early Thursday morning near 67 Winthrop Street in Roxbury, according to Boston police.

Update: Police have identified the man killed as Nevin King of Boston.

The Boston Globe spoke to a witness who said the shooting “looked like an execution.”
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Louis D. Brown Peace Institute transforms pain and anger into power and action

The 1993 murder of 15-year-old Louis D. Brown inspired his mother to start the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute the following year.
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Man found shot dead after Dorchester fire

A man was found dead on Tuesday after police responded to calls for a person shot near 332 Harvard Street in Dorchester.

When officers arrived at the Dorchester apartment building, a fire had broken out in the first floor unit. Once the fire was cleared, officers entered the apartment and found the 37-year-old suffering from a gunshot wound. He was soon pronounced dead on the scene by EMS.
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Two indicted in February shooting death of Kenny Lamour

A grand jury indicted Donte Henley, 24, and Josiah Zachery, 18, for first-degree murder in the February death of 21-year-old Kenneth Lamour, who was shot in the head as he shoveled snow with a non-profit work crew in Jamaica Plain.

The Suffolk County grand jury also indicted Zachery for armed assault with intent to murder and unlawful possession of a firearm for allegedly firing at a Boston Police officer while fleeing the scene, according to a press release from the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
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Links Roundup: Shot officer in stable condition, shooter dead

Police officer John T. Moynihan is now in stable condition after a gunshot to his face on Friday afternoon left him critically injured and the perpetrator dead at the scene. 41- year old Angelo West shot at Moynihan and other members of BPD’s gang unit when they pulled over the car he was driving on Humboldt Avenue in Roxbury around 6:40 on Friday, March 27.

Although Moynihan, 34, was initially put into a medically induced coma, his condition is now improving after undergoing surgery Sunday that removed the bullet lodged in his neck.
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Retrial finds Maurice Jones guilty of murder in 2012 Roxbury shooting

A Suffolk Superior Court jury convicted Maurice “Mo” Jones, 21, of first-degree murder Thursday after prosecutors proved that, three years ago, Jones opened fire on two people sitting in a vehicle in Roxbury, killing one and injuring the other.

According to prosecutors, on April 17, 2012, at approximately 4 p.m., Jones approached a vehicle on Dunreath Street carrying a .45 caliber semiautomatic handgun. Reaching the passenger’s side door, he repeatedly shot into the vehicle, killing 30-year-old Dinorris Alston and injuring his female companion.
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