- Associated Press - Thursday, December 3, 2015

BOSTON (AP) - Police have made an arrest in connection with the fatal shooting of an MBTA train conductor outside a bar near Fenway Park early on Thanksgiving Day.

Dominique Carpenter-Grady was held on $250,000 bail Thursday after not guilty pleas were entered on his behalf to firearms charges. He was charged in connection with the Nov. 26 shooting of Jephthe (JEFF’-tay) Chery.

Prosecutors say Carpenter-Grady and another man got into a shootout outside Who’s On First at about 2 a.m.

Chery, who had been at the bar, was apparently an innocent bystander. Who shot Chery remains under investigation.

Chery was a commuter rail conductor for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.

Carpenter-Grady was among three other people wounded in the shooting.

A defense attorney said prosecutors had not provided evidence of Carpenter-Grady’s involvement.



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