A Mattapan man is being held on $25,000 bail after leading police on a foot chase after a shooting.
Errin Crawford, 26, was arraigned Monday on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, possession with intent to distribute a class B substance and operating with a suspended license.
Prosecutors allege police responded to the area of Trull and Hancock streets shortly after 7:30 p.m. Sunday for a report of gunfire. Once there, police saw and followed a black Dodge Charger with its windows shot out that was fleeing the scene. The charger turned the wrong way on Trull Street and struck a pole on Dacia Street. The driver then fled on foot.
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Police arrested the driver, later identified as Crawford after “a brief struggle,” according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office.
Police say they saw Crawford discard a small plastic bag containing 12 individually wrapped bags of suspected cocaine, according to the DA.
A loaded Raven 25 caliber handgun was observed in plainview on the Charger’s dashboard. A search of the crime scene yielded 19 nine millimeter shell casings. Along Crawford’s path of flight, officers recovered a blue latex glove and a gray and yellow shirt that Crawford was observed discarding.
A 21-year-old Dorchester man who was shot multiple times in the upper back during the shooting was treated at Boston Medical Center. he is expected to survive.
Judge Serge Georges imposed $25,000 bail and ordered Crawford to submit to GPS monitoring and a curfew if released. Crawford is due back in court June 2.