Massachusetts most wanted fugitive apprehended in Worcester

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WORCESTER — Massachusetts State Police, in collaboration with local law enforcement, captured 17-year-old Kahmari T. Price, a suspect in a fatal Brockton shooting, early this morning.

Price was arrested at 9:41 a.m. at an address on West Boylston Street by members of the MSP Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section and the MSP Critical Technical Investigations Team.

The arrest was executed without incident.

The teenager was placed on the Massachusetts State Police Most Wanted list last October following the Feb. 26 shooting that resulted in the death of 33-year-old Mark A.

Boyd on North Main Street in Brockton.

After an extensive investigation by the State Police Detective Unit for Plymouth County and the Brockton Police Department Detective Bureau, Price was identified as the alleged shooter, leading to an arrest warrant issued in Brockton District Court.

Since the homicide, Price had been actively evading law enforcement until today’s apprehension.

He is expected to face arraignment procedures in Brockton District Court later today.

The case is under the jurisdiction of the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office, headed by District Attorney Timothy Cruz.

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