Framingham Man Connected With UMass Lock Down Pleads Guilty

A Framingham man, involved in the assault that forced UMass Amherst in February to go on lock down has plead guilty.

Shawn Wyatt, 23, of Framingham pleaded to three charges including assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, larceny from a person, and assault and battery, according to the Northwestern District Attorney’s office.

Wyatt was sentenced to two years in the Hampshire County House of Correction and one year of probation after his release.

He was given 66 days credit for time served in custody.

There will be a credit for 66 days he has spent already in custody.

A second Framingham man, William McKeown is still facing charges.



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