Suspect Kevin Rodriguez Faces Charges in Deadly Worcester State University Shooting

Kevin Rodriguez, an 18-year-old, was indicted on Wednesday for charges of murder, possession of a loaded firearm not at home or work, and possession of a firearm not at home or work, according to the Worcester County District Attorney.

Rodriguez was apprehended last month in New York City by US Marshals and the Mass State Police.

Around 2:30 a.m. on October 28, reports of gunshots prompted a swift response from the police at Worcester State University.

According to investigators, Rodriguez participated in a dispute that occurred between two groups of individuals who were visiting the campus. It is important to note that neither the victim nor the defendant are enrolled students at WSU.

Nieves, the individual accused of firing the gun and causing the victim to become paralyzed, is facing charges of


The prosecutor stated that Nieves, who allegedly shot the surviving victim, has been indicted on several charges. These charges include armed assault with intent to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon causing bodily injury, discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling, possession of a loaded firearm not at home or work, and possession of a firearm not at home or work.

The cause of the argument at the Chandler Street campus remains unclear.

Kevin Rodriguez was known for his exceptional talent and deep affection for his friends and family, according to his loved ones.

Our son was a great kid hardworking who loved being around friends and family. He loved spending his spare time at home with his family. We are going threw the hardest time of our life and wouldn’t wish this on anyone.

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