Shooting in Woburn MA – In connection with a shooting at a Woburn house that resulted in the death of a Massachusetts resident, a man will appear in court on Tuesday. Tyler Olivier, 26, of Woburn, was arrested and charged with gun possession as well as assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office reported Monday night. At at 3:40 a.m. on Monday, Woburn police were called to a residence on Washington Street for a report of a disturbance.
Yellow police tape was used to cordon off the ranch-style house close to Carlena Terrace. An officer at the scene radioed, “We have one unresponsive party in the basement, potential gunshot wound, we’re performing CPR on him.” “There may have been a gunshot wound on another individual. He is in the front. Neighbor William Govostes stated, “I first believed it was one of the traffic lights blinking red, and then I found out, the cruisers started showing up.
Two guys were discovered by the responding officers with what appeared to be gunshot wounds. One of those men, a 22-year-old Cambridge resident named Mussie Nirayo, was pronounced dead at the scene. The other man, a man named Olivier, was taken to a hospital nearby. Although the district attorney’s office stated that the incident’s motive and whether or not the two men were acquainted remain under investigation, Woburn police initially stated that it appears Nirayo and Olivier knew one another and that the shooting was not an act of violence committed at random.
According to the investigators, the GPS monitoring was a condition of his release on bond in that situation. The Woburn Police Department, the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, and Massachusetts State Police investigators assigned to the district attorney’s office are all still actively investigating the event.