5 suspects — all teenagers and three of them juveniles — had been arrested after attacking a mail service in Medford the morning of Halloween, in keeping with a press launch from the Middlesex District Lawyer’s Workplace on Thursday.
Trevor Ray Kelley, 19, of Dunstable, Tyler Roberts, 18, of Lowell, two 17-year-olds, and a 15-year-old from Lowell had been charged with unarmed theft.
Through the assault, mail and an arrow key used for USPS mailboxes had been stolen. Medford police later discovered these gadgets, together with a loaded gun, once they stopped a automotive on Nov. 2.
Contained in the automotive had been Randy Valdez, 18, Jaeden Tucker, 18, Samnang Tommy Jr. Heng, 18, and a 15-year-old, all from Lowell, who had been arrested on firearm and larceny expenses.
The Middlesex DA’s workplace stated the site visitors cease was “a break on this case.” Authorities carried out an investigation, which led them to the 5 suspects charged with unarmed theft, who had been arrested Thursday.
Officers stated Kelley, Roberts, and two of the juveniles are scheduled for arraignment Friday in Somerville District Court docket. The final juvenile shall be arraigned Tuesday.
NBC10 stories that the assault resulted within the mail service affected by “important accidents,” however that he’s in steady situation. Residents within the Medford neighborhood informed the station that they heard the screams, and one even caught the moments earlier than the assault on their doorbell digicam.
The footage confirmed three individuals, sporting hoodies and one with a backpack, strolling carefully behind the mail service whereas on his route.
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