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Police say Manchester shooting incident was gang-related
The 19-year-old accused of firing that shot was arraigned Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division in connection with the shooting.
When police responded to the Cedar Street address shortly before 10:30 Monday night, the juvenile’s mother said her son and his friends were approached by three males as they neared the address, with one of the males shouting: “Who wants to die? Who wants to die?”
Police said the juvenile’s mother was standing directly behind him, and several of his friends were in the immediate area when the gun was fired at the building. Police recovered a spent .22 caliber shell casing and a live .22 cartridge at the shooting scene.
Stillwell was convicted of assault by a prisoner March 27 in Hillsborough County Superior Court North. The assault occurred while Stillwell was being held in connection with a January 2013 break-in and subsequent robbery and severe beating of a pizza delivery man on Lake Avenue. At that time, Stillwell used a Spruce Street address.
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