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A Framingham man was in court Wednesday in the fatal shooting of a man and his son. Aneudy Delgado-Torres, 39, was taken into custody Tuesday at a Marlborough hotel. He was charged with two counts of murder, as well as multiple firearm offenses: possession of a large-capacity magazine, possession of a firearm and possession of ammunition. Sign up for our Newsletters He was held without bail. James "Manny" Wade, 45, of Framingham, and his 24-year-old son, James Wade, also of Framingham, were killed in a shooting near an apartment complex on the city's south side. Framingham police responded at 11:37 p.m. Friday in the area of Second Street and Beaver Terrace Circle.
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FRAMINGHAM, MA — Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer on Sunday issued a statement reacting to the shooting deaths of a father and son on Friday night. The shooting happened around 11:30 p.m. along 2nd Street near Beaver Street.
According to police, James "Manny" Wade, 45, died after he was taken to MetroWest Medical Center. His son, James Wade, 24, was dead at the scene. Officials said the two did not live in the apartment complex where the shooting happened.
Officials have emphasized that the shooting was an "isolated incident" but have not said why the shooting happened. Yolanda Anderson, the younger James Wade's mother, told the Boston Globe that the pair were visiting friends at the Pelham Apartments when the shooting occurred. No arrests had been made as of Sunday evening.
Father, son killed in late-night shooting, officials say
A Framingham man and his son are dead following a shooting late Friday night near an apartment complex on the city's south side, according to authorities. The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office and the Framingham Police Department confirmed the fatal shooting happened shortly after 11:30 p.m. in the area of Second Street and Beaver Street. Sign up for our Newsletters Framingham police responded at about 11:37 p.m. to a report of shots fired. Upon arrival, police found the victims suffering from what appeared to be gunshot wounds. James "Manny" Wade, 45, was transported to MetroWest Medical Center, where he died of his injuries.
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Here's Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer's full statement:
As many you are aware, there was a shooting late Friday evening that resulted in the death of two men. This is still an active investigation, and it is the practice of the district attorney’s office and the police department to take the lead on issuing statements in such incidents. While this was an isolated incident, nevertheless it is violence in our community.
Neighbors were quick to alert authorities when they heard gunshots which resulted in immediate response by our police department. The police spent yesterday searching for and gathering evidence, as well as following up on leads. Based on investigative work by our police department, we have learned this was an isolated incident.
There is no imminent threat to residents in Framingham. I want to thank our police department and Chief Trask for their swift response and steadfast effort in the investigation. I also want to thank our District Attorney Marian Ryan for her partnership. As a community, we have to be diligent and acknowledge that violence will not be tolerated in Framingham.
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