BOSTON (CBS) – Two males had been ordered held on $30,000 bail after a Fourth of July taking pictures in Roxbury that injured two individuals, together with an Eight-year-old lady. Prosecutors stated the person who was shot within the incident will seemingly be paralyzed for the remainder of his life.
Ian King, 28, of Dorchester, and Nathas Jacquecine, 31, of Boston, face a number of prices together with assault with intent to homicide.
The taking pictures occurred in the course of the Fourth of July festivities at Mary Hannon Park. King and Jacquecine had been arrested a couple of week later.
Throughout a Monday arraignment, King and Jacquecine hid from view in court docket. Not responsible pleas had been entered on their behalf.
Prosecutors stated the boys had been caught on surveillance video taking pictures the 35-year-old man.
“Mr. King is seen elevating his hand and pointing an object in direction of the sufferer,” Assistant District Lawyer Amy Martin stated. “Video surveillance reveals Mister Jacquecine circle across the different facet of the male sufferer, lengthen his arm and level it towards the male sufferer who’s laying on the bottom and also you hear extra gunshots.”
An Eight-year-old lady was inadvertently shot within the foot and launched from the hospital that night time. Court docket paperwork revealed that the lady is Jacquecine’s daughter and King’s niece. Jacquecine and King are brothers.
King’s protection legal professional stated the video was taken from a distance and there are points with identification. He additionally instructed the choose that the sufferer has not recognized King or Jacquecine.
“We don’t cost individuals below this administration with out feeling very assured that we bought the best individuals,” Suffolk County District Lawyer Rachael Rollins stated.
Neither King nor Jacquecine has any conviction on their file.
“He’s been steadily employed since he was in highschool,” King’s Protection Lawyer Patrick Gioia stated.
The choose ordered each males held on $30,000 money bail. They’re scheduled to seem in court docket on August 15.