$2M bail for 2nd man charged in Boston shooting that left 5 injured, including brother and sister

A second man charged in reference to a mass shooting in Boston final yr that left 5 individuals injured, including a younger brother and sister, has been ordered held on $2 million bail, officers mentioned.

Micah Ennis, 25, of South Boston, was arraigned Thursday morning in Suffolk Superior Court on fees including 5 counts of assault to homicide, assault and battery with a harmful weapon inflicting critical bodily harm, 4 counts of assault and battery with a harmful weapon, and illegal possession of a firearm, in accordance with District Attorney Kevin R. Hayden.

Members of the Boston Police Fugitive Apprehension Unit arrested Ennis on Wednesday night, after being a fugitive from the legislation since September 2023.

(*5*) District Attorney Kevin Hayden mentioned.

Officers responding to a report of a shot spotter activation in the world of fifty Ames Street round 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 17 discovered 5 individuals affected by gunshot wounds in a courtyard, police mentioned. Those who have been injured have been transported to native hospitals.

Johan Howard, an 11-year-old sixth grader at Charles Taylor Elementary in Mattapan, was shot in the leg. His sister, Juliana Howard, a 15-year-old sophomore on the Community Academy of Science and Health in Dorchester, was combating for her life in the hospital for months. She has since returned dwelling.

Gianni Johnson, 24, of Dorchester, was arraigned final yr on fees including 5 counts of assault to homicide, illegal possession of a firearm, illegal possession of ammunition, illegal possession of a big capability feeding machine, illegal possession of a machine gun, and discharging a firearm inside 500 ft of a constructing, in connection to the September shooting.

Ennis will return to court docket June 10 for a pre-trial convention.

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