- Associated Press - Thursday, June 9, 2016

BOSTON (AP) - Boston Police Commissioner William Evans is asking students at a city high school to drop the “no snitching” attitude and tell authorities what they know about the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old classmate.

In a Thursday appearance with Mayor Marty Walsh and school Superintendent Tommy Chang at Jeremiah Burke High School in the city’s Dorchester neighborhood, Evans said some students know “exactly what happened” and should show some courage to help the victim’s mother get justice.

Evans said the shooting is still under investigation but may have been the result of a prior feud.

Three others were hurt in the shooting outside a pizza shop down the street from the school Wednesday afternoon.

Chang says grief counselors have been brought in and his goal is to return to normalcy.



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