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(NECN: Josh Brogadir) - Two arrests for perjury, but on Friday, authorities are trying to close in on the man wanted in the shooting death of a young veteran outside of a Boston nightclub.
Family members are encouraged that police and the DA's office continue to solve pieces of the crime, but the trigger man remains on the lam.
"I'm very confident with the Boston Police Department. They are doing everything that they possibly can," said Rob Marston whose wife is a cousin of Stephen Perez.
Patience amid progress.
It's been two months since 22-year-old Stephen Perez, of Revere, Mass. was shot in the back outside a nightclub in Boston's Theater District.
His family members are encouraged to hear of two new indictments in the murder of the army veteran, who served the country in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Twenty-seven-year-old Luis Sepelveda and 21-year-old Janice Hardy, both of Lynn, Mass., were charged with lying to police and to a grand jury about what they saw the night of April 28.
Rob Marston says Perez's dad is finally starting to speak with family about the loss of his son.
"He felt, I don't want to say good, but he felt confident and he had a little skip in his step knowing what's going on. So I think he's doing better," Marston said.
Meantime, police are looking for Peter Castillo of Salem, Mass., who has also been indicted, but for first degree murder.
His photo has not been released to the public because authorities want eyewitnesses to identify him - if and when he is caught - Marston says he is in the Dominican Republic.
"As far as I know, they have U.S. Marshals right now looking for him actively in Santo Domingo," Marston said.
What is out there, is this surveillance video from the parking garage.
And Boston Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney are eager to bring Castillo to justice, wherever he might be.
"He can't hide forever, he's a young kid, he's going to run out of money whether he has family there or not. This is just a little charade that seems to be going on and he will be caught," Marston added.
Rob said Stephen Perez's father, also named Stephen, is still too distraught to speak about this.
There is mutual extradition, by the way, between the United States and the Dominican Republic, so if he's caught there, he'd be returned here.