UPDATED: After High-Speed Chase, Police Arrest Marlborough Man Wanted In Connection To Gun Shot Fired in Framingham, Natick

Originally posted at 7:08 p.m. Last updated for the Monday newsletter.


After a foot and air search, Police captured a Marlborough man in Hopkinton tonight, March 26, who was wanted in possible connection to gun shots fired in Framingham and Natick on Friday night.

After 5 p.m., the Marlborough man led Framingham and Ashland Police on a high-speed chase along Route 135. Police chased the suspect into Hopkinton, where he crashed his vehicle.

Massachusetts State Police, with its air wing unit used thermal imaging, along with Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, and Hopkinton Police searching on foot for the supect. Police conducted active searches in Ashland, near Clinton Street, and Hopkinton near East Main Street.

The suspect was located by one of the Ashland K-9 units, in an unfinished, unoccupied duplex on Sweetwater Way in Hopkinton.

Arrested was Igor Campos, 24, of Hosmer Street in Marlborough.

Hopkinton Police charged him with with breaking and entering, malicious destruction of property and leaving the scene of a motor vehicle crash with property damage.

Campos was taken by ambulance to MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham for treatment Sunday night for minor injuries.

It is not known at this time, if Campos has been charged with either report of gun shots fired in Framingham and Natick on Friday night, at this time.

Source will update when we have more details.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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