Daquarry Norman, 21, who shot a Pop Warner football coach in 2007 - when he was 15 - is charged with shooting a man on Fenno Street in Roxbury on Friday, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Also charged for the shooting: Tabari Muhammad, 21, who has a 2008 conviction for armed robbery in Florida, the DA's office says.
At their arraignment earlier this week, Roxbury District Court Judge David Weingarten set bail for each at $100,000. Muhammad will remain behind bars even if he makes bail, however, because Weingarten revoked his bail on a pending stolen-property charge.
According to prosecutors, the two shot a man at 8 Fenno St. around 6 p.m. on Friday, then ran as police arrived. A cop collared Norman on Rockland Street. Muhammad, however, entered a Rockland Street apartment, to which he locked the door and holed up:
A SWAT team and crisis negotiator responded to the scene and searched 76 and 74 Rockland St. Muhammad was found by a K9 unit hiding inside a small crawl space of 74 Rockland St., prosecutors said. In the process of forcing his way into the crawl space, Muhammad allegedly damaged a sewer pipe and his clothing was contaminated by the sewage.
According to the DA's office:
At the age of 15, Norman shot and wounded a Pop Warner football coach in front of a group of 10-year-old players. The 2007 shooting was preceded by a brief encounter between Norman and the victim in which the victimâ€™s vehicle clipped Normanâ€™s unleashed pit bull. Though Norman was a juvenile at the time, Conleyâ€™s office indicted him under the stateâ€™s youthful offender statute, exposing him to the same penalties as an adult and opening his case to the public. He was sentenced to five years in state prison.