RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace reports that the man who allegedly shot another man at a gas station over the weekend turned himself in at Quincy District Court today.
TRAEQUON DUNCAN, AGE 23, OF DORCHESTER was charged with:
- Assault to Murder
- Assault and Battery with a Firearm
- Attempted Assault and Battery with a Firearm
- Carrying a Firearm Without a License
- Discharging a Firearm Within 500 Feet of a Dwelling
DUNCAN was arraigned Thursday afternoon at Quincy District Court and was ordered held without bail.
At approximately 1:15 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, Randolph Police responded to the Mobile Gas Station at 1245 North Main St. for a report of a shooting.
Through the subsequent investigation, police determined that DUNCAN had entered the gas station and had an altercation with another man inside. DUNCAN then exited the gas station and seconds later he allegedly fired three shots into the building, striking the other man.
The victim was transported by to an area hospital with serious, non-life threatening injuries.
On Tuesday, Dec. 10, Randolph Police executed an early morning search warrant at DUNCAN’S Dorchester home on Stratton Street, with the assistance of the Boston Police SWAT unit, but were unable to locate him.
Chief Pace would like to thank the Boston Police Department Gang Unit, Boston Police Fugitive Apprehension Unit, Boston Police SWAT unit and the Massachusetts State Police Fugitive Apprehension Unit for their assistance with this investigation.