A 44-year-old Hyannis woman was indicted by a grand jury for her alleged role in the 2020 Hyannis shooting of a Massachusetts soldier, according to a March 17 statement from the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s office. the soldier recovered from the shooting.
Kemorin Brown was charged with post hoc aiding and intimidation of a witness. On November 25, 2020, she appeared in Barnstable District Court on the same charges.
Assistant District Attorney Russ Eonas said Tuesday Brown’s arraignment is set for April 10 in Barnstable Superior Court. He said he could not comment on the specific circumstances of the case.
As a general rule, the Supreme Court allows for harsher possible penalties, Eonas said, without referring to a specific case.
Massachusetts State Trooper John Lennon was shot and killed during a traffic stop on November 20, 2020.
Andre Sterling allegedly shot and killed soldier John Lennon during a traffic stop in Hyannis on November 20, 2020. Sterling fled the scene. He died in the Bronx after being shot by law enforcement officers who were looking for him.
The state police wrote in their 2020 arraignment report that the car Sterling was driving when he allegedly shot Lennon was found in the parking lot of an apartment building on West Main Street in Hyannis. According to police, police spoke to Brown, who lived in the building, and stated that he did not know the sedan or anything about the shooting.
Brown said she gave the man a lift in the early morning of November 21st. Officers discovered that her and Sterling’s phones were together and traveled to several locations on the Cape within hours of the shooting, based on mobile phone location data. . The Massachusetts State Police investigated the case.
In response to the indictment, Brown’s attorney, Nate Amendola Defense, stated that “It took the Barnstable County Attorney’s Office almost two and a half years to indict Ms. Brown, which is a grave injustice.” She is completely innocent.”
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