Saturday, 2:15 PM
By Globe Staff
Two men have been been arrested in a shooting that shattered the calm of a residential neighborhood in Carver last week, police said.
Christopher Pina, 26, of Plymouth, and Gilberto Baez, 26, of Boston’s Dorchester section, face charges of attempted murder in the shooting of Justin Hurley, also 26, who was found Thursday morning in the back seat of a bullet-riddled car in the parking lot of a preschool.
Hurley remains in a Boston hospital suffering from gunshot wounds, Carver Police said in a statement.
Pina was arrested at 5 a.m. today at a home in the Algonquin Heights area of Plymouth. He also faces a charge of unlawful possession of a firearm. Police said they also arrested several people at a home on Main Street in Carver at the same time, including Baez, who was also wanted on other drug and firearms charges in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Both men were to be arraigned this afternoon at Wareham District Court.
Multiple agencies worked together to identify the suspects, including Carver and Plymouth police, State Police, and the Plymouth County sheriff’s office, Carver Police said.
Residents living on South Meadow Road in Carver said they heard shots at about 10:21 a.m., followed by the sound of screeching tires. Hurley was found in the back of the car at the South Shore Head Start preschool, just over the town line in Plymouth.
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