Boston Man wanted for Questioning in Shooting, To Return to MA

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) – A Boston man wanted for questioning in the shooting deaths of four people, including a toddler, has agreed to return to Massachusetts without fighting extradition from New Hampshire, where he was arrested last week on a fugitive-from-justice charge.

Thirty-five-year-old Kimani Washington is expected to be returned Oct. 12 and is scheduled for arraignment in Dorchester District Court in Boston the following day.

Jake Wark, a spokeswoman for Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley in Boston, said Monday the delay is due to attorney schedules and time needed to ensure security.

Washington is charged in Massachusetts with weapons violations and receiving a stolen motor vehicle. He has not been charged with murder.

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