• 2 arrested in connection to shooting at Plymouth housing complex


    PLYMOUTH, Mass. - Two people have been arrested in connection to a shooting Wednesday morning at a Plymouth housing complex. 

    The incident at the Algonquin Heights apartment complex forced several schools into lockdown when several people ran from the scene after shots were fired. 

    On Thursday, police announced they have arrested two people. Schericia Barber, 37, of Algonquin Terrace has been charged with two counts of carrying a firearm without a license, one count of possession of ammunition without an FID card, and one count of a large-capacity firearm in a vehicle. Siron Cromwell-Harrison, 25, has been charged with one count of carrying a firearm without a license, one count of discharging a firearm within 500-feet of a building, and firearm violation with one prior violent/drug crime. 

    Plymouth Police say they located and secured two additional handguns from the scene.

    On Wednesday, police said they were searching for up to eight people in connection to the incident. 

    The situation spread to three different scenes, the second at Walgreens where a gun was found, and a third at a condo complex on Marc Drive, where police believed a person involved was hiding. 

    Surveillance video from the nearby Walgreens helped authorities find the gun and some clothes left behind. 

    People sat outside for hours while officers armed with assault rifles worked with the K-9 unit and SWAT teams to make an arrest. 

    Police believe the shooting was not random, although they're telling the public there is no safety threat. 

    The police chief said Wednesday they had names of two of the eight suspects they are searching for. They're asking anyone with information to give them a call. 

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