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UPDATE: Shooting on Beaver Street; Police Searching for Suspect

The suspect, described as a white male, is reported to have fled the scene in a silver or grey Dodge motor vehicle, with a male driver, headed towards Waverly Street. Weapon is reported to be a 9mm automatic gun.

Just before 9 p.m. Sunday night a person was shot at 218 Beaver St.

Report has the individual with life threatening injuries.

"The male was shot in the back," said Framingham Police Lt. Ron Brandolini.

A medical helicopter was requested. It was expected to land at the Framingham Department of Public Works landing zone, off Loring Drive. It is unknown what hospital he was taken to.

The suspect, described as a white male, is reported to have fled the scene in a silver or grey Dodge motor vehicle, with a male driver, headed towards Waverly Street, according to scanner reports and confirmed by Framingham Police.

Weapon is reported to be a 9mm automatic gun.

and are on the scene. Sherborn and Natick Police have been notified of the vehicle sought. A section of Beaver near Second and Third street is blocked off.

Framingham Patch will update when we learn more.

Jim Rizoli July 12, 2012 at 03:35 AM
You might want to ask him what's up with the people he associates with. jim@ccfiile.com
Matthew Keefe July 12, 2012 at 03:45 AM
Wow Jim, leave it to you to sound heartless even through internet tone. Regardless of association (not that the article makes any reference to this fact) or whatever else the circumstances may be, it's a sad fact how violent S. Framingham is becoming... @Julee - I hope your sons father makes a full recovery.
Jim Rizoli July 12, 2012 at 04:37 AM
Heartless...... LOL..... Matthew........I think you're missing my point. ....The people I hang with don't shoot people. I guess you missed the scripture that says "Bad associations spoil useful habits" It is true I don't know what the circumstances were, but here is one thing I can say to cover myself....if you don't want to get beat up by drunks don't hang out in bars. Hopefully you get my drift. Sure it's possible he was at the wrong place at the wrong time.....but if he wasn't, would you say his associates are good to be around. Being involved in any business dealing on that side of town is a dangerous proposition wouldn't you agree? Jim@ccfiile.com
Matthew Keefe July 12, 2012 at 01:21 PM
I do agree on the point if the victim knew the suspect or was conducting in illegal or wrong activity that they should know their peers. My issue is to stereotype that area as all bad. I have some very good and hard working friends that fell on some bad times and as a result live there.. actually one was on the scene moments after the shooting comforting the victim. Thats all, not to mention "attacking" the victims family even to make a point is just bad form. So to sum up, agree with part of your reason but just not the time/place. Thats all.
Jewelz July 12, 2012 at 05:18 PM
I understand every point that is being made and everyone is intitled to their opinions. 8 round were fired and any of those rounds could have hit anyone thank GOD they didn't. Instead of all the back and forth I wwowuld apreciate your prayers for my son he is the innocent victim in this matter. Thank you and if anyone has info please post it so my son can get some answers.

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