UPDATE: The Herald reports the third guy had a GPS bracelet on, too.
Two of the three men arrested on charges they robbed a Savin Hill market at gunpoint last night were wearing GPS ankle bracelets as a condition of their bail on earlier gun-related arrests, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
One of the three, Andronique Dossantos, 18 (seen at right), was scheduled for a court appearance tomorrow on the armed-robbery charge for which he was arrested last October, the DA's office says, adding, "It seems likely he will appear," since his bail on the October case was revoked today.
When arrested last night after the robbery at the Pleasant View market at Pleasant Street and Savin Hill Avenue, Dossantos was wearing a GPS device ordered for him after he and a Needham teen allegedly robbed a man of what turned out to be a salad outside the Savin Hill T stop.
Back in October, Dossantos was arrested outside the Pleasant View market. In addition to the bracelet, he had bail set then at $2,500 - the DA's office had asked for $50,000.
Jose Morales, 21, one of Dossantos's alleged accomplices last night, was also wearing a GPS device, a condition of his bail on a May, 2015 gun arrest, the DA's office reports. At the time of that arrest, prosecutors asked for $15,000 bail; a judge set bail at $1,500.
Last night, police used the GPS signals from at least one of the two men to help track them to a Roach Street apartment, where they were arrested after a standoff.
At their arraignment today, Dorchester Municipal Court Judge Serge Georges set bail at $100,000 for Morales and Dossantos and agreed to revoke their earlier bail.
Georges set bail at $50,000 for the third suspect, Kallahn Winbush, 18, of Cambridge, the DA's office says.