Stoughton Excessive College pupil recognized as Mattapan deadly capturing sufferer


Two of the folks shot in a rash of gun violence in Boston following Independence Day celebrations have been Stoughton Public College college students. One in all them died from his accidents.

The varsity district introduced on Saturday that Christian Cousins, a rising senior in Stoughton Excessive College’s 2025 class, was fatally shot whereas in Mattapan with one other SHS pupil — who was additionally shot however survived — Friday afternoon.

“It is never easy to deal with the loss of a student, especially under these circumstances,” the college district wrote in a Fb put up. “Our thoughts are with Christian’s family, friends, and teachers, as well as the whole Stoughton High community. We are also keeping the other SHS student and their family and friends in our thoughts.”

The varsity says that its “Crisis Team” will meet with the college neighborhood and supply info on obtainable help choices.

Cousins and the unidentified feminine pupil have been shot whereas sitting in a automobile within the space of Gladeside Avenue and Donwood Terrace, police say.

The day following Independence Day celebrations was “an active 24 hours,” Boston Police Superintendent Felipe Colon, instructed reporters in a briefing Friday, during which police responded to quite a few shootings — in Mattapan, Roxbury, the South Finish, Dorchester and in Roxbury.

Colon instructed reporters that police didn’t imagine the Mattapan capturing was a random assault.

The primary capturing was referred to as in at 1:26 a.m. Officers responded to 297 Centre St. in Jamaica Plain and located three adults affected by non-life-threatening gunshot wounds, in accordance with BPD.

Minutes later, at 1:33 a.m., police responded to the realm of 618 Shawmut Ave. in Roxbury. A person who suffered gunshot wounds there would later die at a hospital, police mentioned.

Then at 5:18 a.m., police have been referred to as to 783 Blue Hill Ave. in Dorchester the place a sufferer was transported to a hospital with life-threatening accidents.

Suffolk District Lawyer Kevin Hayden wrote in an announcement Friday night time that “After the violence we saw on Friday we need community involvement more than ever.”

“We didn’t declare victory during the dip in shootings and homicides in Boston and we won’t declare defeat during a spike. What we will do is focus ever harder on what works: smart policing, effective prosecutions and deep community involvement,” he wrote. “I urge anyone with information about these incidents to contact police.”

The BPD asks that anybody with info relating to the Mattapan capturing to contact detectives at 617-343-4470. Nameless ideas might be submitted to the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1-800-494-TIPS (8477) or by texting the phrase “TIP” to CRIME (27463).

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