Boston Reverend Charged with Attempted Murder
Boston Reverend, Shaun O. Harrison Sr., has been leading a double life. And it’s a dangerous one.
While holding office as the dean of students at Boston’s English High School and being known throughout the community as a “prominent” pastor and anti-gang activist, Rev. Harrison moonlighted as a drug kingpin, reports the Boston Globe.
Known on the streets as Rev., Harrison was identified as the man who shot a 17-year-old student, execution style earlier this week, after a drug deal went south.
The student, whom Harrison was mentoring, survived the bullet to his head and explained to officials that he had been selling weed for the Reverend for several months.
Harrison, 55, was accused of attempted murder and faced arraignment in Roxbury District Court, Thursday. He was charged with armed assault, intent to murder, aggravated assault and batter, and unlawful possession of a firearm.
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