Framingham Man Charged With Attempted Murder After Grafton Home Invasion

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GRAFTON – A Framingham man was charged with attempted murder, among other charges, after an armed home invasion in Grafton on Sunday, June 14.

Grafton Police Chief Normand Creapeau said, in a media release, Tyler Milioto, 25, of 147 Old Connecticut Path of Framingham, was arrested on Sunday in Boston.

Milioto was charged with armed home invasion, assault with intent to murder, attempted murder, assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, discharging a firearm, and having a firearm without a license.

Milioto was arraigned today, June 15, via a video conference with Westborough District Court.

He was ordered held without bail until Friday, June 23, awaiting a dangerousness hearing. 

The Grafton Chief thanks Boston Police, Massachusetts State Police, Framingham Police, Marlborough Police, Woburn Police, Waltham Police, Lexington Police, Belmont Police, and Hampton, NH Police for their assistance in the manhunt for the Framingham man.

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Photo courtesy of Grafton Police. SOURCE requested the booking photo, Grafton Police would not release.

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