A second man now faces charges after the Worcester shooting

By Olivia Flanz

On Wednesday night, a second person was arrested related to the shooting that happened in Worcester Sunday night. Levon Atupem, from the nearby town, Holden, now faces charges for the shooting that sent three teens to the hospital. 

Around 3:02 a.m. on Wednesday, Atupem was arrested by Worcester police. He was charged with three counts of assault to murder with a firearm, accessory before the fact, and accessory after the fact, according to police. 

On Monday, the first arrest, Jordany Alejo, was taken in and charged with three armed assaults of murder. 

Police came to the scene of the shooting on Sunday Night around 9:11 p.m. on Clarkson Street. There two 18-year-old women and a 17-year-old boy were found with gunshot wounds. Medical aid was given to the teens right away by the first responders, and they were then taken to the hospital by ambulance for further care. 

According to the police, the investigation of the shooting is ongoing.