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Boston Police: Two men's deaths ruled homicides

26 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has declared two men's deaths homicides, including the case of a man who died in April, nearly three decades after a Roxbury shooting left him a quadriplegic.
David Drayton was a teenager on Oct. 2, 1991, when he was shot multiple times at 134 Warren St. A suspect was placed in custody at the time, police said. But Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins declined on Wednesday to say whether that person was ever arrested, prosecuted or convicted.
Drayton was 45 when he died April 15. In July, the medical examiner's office ruled his death a homicide...
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