A man was shot multiple times at 44 Horadan Way in the Mission Main housing development at about 12:45 a.m. on July 13, according to the Boston Police Department (BPD).
The 42-year-old victim’s name is being withheld by BPD and his condition is unclear. A BPD incident report says the victim was shot four times in the hip, hand and foot while on the street. He was transported to Brigham and Women’s Hospital for treatment.
The victim reportedly did not respond to questions about who shot him. The incident reports says that an unidentified person told police that another person also may have been shot, but there is no indication that any other victim was found.
Police responded to the area after a local ShotSpotter gunshot detection system heard five shots. Police found five shell casings and other bullet evidence at the scene.
The shooting scene is right next door to 48 Horadan Way, where Demetrius Blocker was shot to death in an infamous 2010 killing. A man was charged in April with murder in that crime, with prosecutors alleging it was a case of mistaken identity.