Updated Saturday morning with additional info from police.
A party at Bromley Hall in the Bromley-Heath project ended in chaos around 11:15 p.m.with six people shot and other people injuring themselves just trying to escape.
Around 11:20 p.m. at 279 Centre St.
The suspect is a black man, about 6' and slim, wearing a dark hoodie, seen jumping into the passenger seat of a newer white Altima, which sped down Lamartine toward Stony Brook.
Police found shell casings on Chestnut Avenue, across Centre from where the victim was shot.
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today that a wiretapped statement by an H-Block associate charged with murdering a young teen in a feud with the rival Heath Street gang can be used against him because H-Block is involved with the sort of "organized crime" for which state law allows wiretaps.
A Boston Juvenile Court judge today set bail of $250,000 for two teens charged with shooting a third at the Jamaica Plain housing complex yesterday, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Should the younger of the two - 15 - somehow make bail, he still would be forced to remain in DYS custody, because Judge Paul Lewis also granted a request from prosecutors to revoke his earlier bail on open assault-and-battery and trespassing charges, the DA's office says.
UPDATE: Two suspects arrested, one at Huntington and South Huntington with a gun, the other at Parker and Alleghany, where Angie V. was able to watch the action (above) out her window.
AlertNewEngland reports a man was shot around 4:15 p.m. in the Bromley-Heath project. The initial report came in for Horan Way, but police found shell casings on Heath Street in what could be a gang-related shooting.
The suspects are described as two Hispanic males, both about 5'7." One wore a yellow hoodie, the other a black hoodie.
Police shut South Huntington Avenue and Heath Street for the investigation, which meant the T was ending E Line service at Brigham Circle.
Shortly before 10 p.m. No victim on the scene, but evidence of at least three shots fired - including a bullet that wound up inside 154 Heath St. A gun was also recovered.
A Braintree man associated with Jamaica Plain's Heath Street gang was ordered held in lieu of $75,000 bail today on charges he shot somebody on the home turf of the rival H-Block gang on Friday after he allegedly tried but failed to shoot somebody else on the same street the night before, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Prosecutors had asked for bail of $1 million for Paul Walrond, 22, of Braintree, at his arraignment today in Roxbury District Court. Judge David Weingarten set the lower amount.
UPDATE: Reactions from the DA's office and the victim's family in the comments below.
The Supreme Judicial Court today ordered a new trial for Lamory Gray, ruling the Heath Street gang member got an unfair trial before he was convicted of murdering somebody he thought was a member of the rival H-Block gang in 2006.
Jamie tweeted around 8:30 p.m.:
20+ shots fired by Jackson SQ: Heath, Terrace, Parker blocked off. Police dogs out.
Stanley Staco tweets that happened about 15 minutes earlier before a similar massive outpouring of lead a few blocks north on Terrace Street:
Gun Battle btw 2 Cars (over 20 shots Fired), folks runnin, 166 Terrace St, 1 Vict Shot & Down
Updated Wednesday morning.
Boston Police report a man was shot in the stomach around 2:15 p.m. at 170 Heath St. The man, who was found at 154 Heath, was taken to Brigham and Women's Hospital and is expected to survive.
Timothy Hearns, 20, will be arraigned this afternoon in Roxbury District Court on charges he gunned down the young honor student at a Bromley-Heath basketball court on May 8.
Hearns is also charged with shooting a 15-year-old on the court with Martin, according to Boston Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney's office.
Hearns was arrested today. In a statement, District Attorney Dan Conley said:
The Globe interviews the mother of the teen injured in the gunfire that killed Jaewon Martin at a Bromley-Heath basketball court on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Tom Menino, Police Commissioner Ed Davis and DA Dan Conley are asking the public for help to find his killer and say they're stepping up patrols in the area and cracking down on known "impact players."
It might look something like this: