Two alleged members of the Wood Avenue Eagles gang were arraigned yesterday on charges they stabbed an alleged Roslindale gang member in the South Shore Plaza in Braintree on Feb. 17.
Boston Police, meanwhile, are investigating whether gunfire four hours later on Arborfield Road in Roslindale was intended as a warning to a witness to the stabbing, a source says. The source adds, however, that the gunman fired at the wrong house - taking out an innocent woman's window and leaving her with a bullet lodged in her refrigerator.
Geraldo Lerouge of Hyde Park and Ricardo Clermont of Quincy were both ordered held in lieu of $1,500 cash bail yesterday at their arraignment in Quincy District Court on charges of armed assault with intent to murder, the Norfolk County District Attorney's office reports.
According to an account by the Quincy Patriot Ledger, a Randolph resident coming out of the Godiva chocolate shop with his sister was jumped by four men who then stabbed him.
Braintree Police have obtained a warrant for a third man in connection with the stabbing; a source said he is also affiliated with the Wood Avenue Eagles, who dress in the colors of the Philadelphia football team.
In December, a Wood Avenue member survived getting shot in the head on the street.