SOMERVILLE (CBS) – The person needed for a brazen armed theft at a Somerville financial institution earlier this month is in custody after being arrested in Windfall, Rhode Island Thursday morning.
The person recognized by the U.S. Lawyer as Daniel Rosado went into the Middlesex Federal Financial savings Financial institution in Davis Sq. on Might 1, fired a shot into the ceiling, demanded cash, after which exchanged gunfire with a Somerville police officer earlier than working away. As he ran down Faculty Avenue, a person shoved him into some shrubs knocking a backpack out of his hand. The robber received up and ran off simply earlier than the officer arrived. Police seized the backpack and stated a gun was discovered inside, but it surely’s nonetheless not clear if that was the weapon used within the theft.
Closely-armed officers went door-to-door of their search and requested everybody to remain inside throughout the manhunt. Nobody was damage within the theft, however federal, state and native investigators have been in search of the person for greater than three weeks.
The FBI’s Boston division tweeted that the arrest occurred at 6:25 a.m. Thursday morning with out incident. Rosado is a 32-year-old from Windfall. He’s on account of seem in federal court docket in Boston Thursday on expenses of armed financial institution theft, brandishing and discharging a firearm throughout against the law of violence and one rely of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
At 6:25 a.m, FBI Boston’s Violent Crimes Activity Pressure @SomervillePD & @ProvidenceRIPD arrested Daniel Rosado, 32, in Windfall, RI in reference to the armed financial institution theft that occurred on 5/1 in Somerville, MA. He was safely taken into custody with out incident. pic.twitter.com/4bE46A4WAl
— FBI Boston (@FBIBoston) Might 23, 2019
“At this time’s arrest and expenses put an finish to a 3 week seek for a harmful and reckless particular person,” stated U.S. Lawyer Andrew Lelling in an announcement. “By not simply brandishing, however really discharging his weapon – twice – the alleged defendant instilled concern and endangered the lives of members of our neighborhood for his personal greed and selfishness.”
The FBI was providing a $20,000 reward for data resulting in an arrest. It’s not clear but if anybody will get that reward.