Boston Police have arrested a second man in connection with a police involved shootout in the city's Roslindale section on Tuesday.
Massachusetts State Police said they were in Roslindale with Boston Police taking part in a joint gun trafficking investigation at a house on Newburgh Street. A shootout then ensued outside shortly after 4:30 p.m.
"I heard a series of gunshots," said one neighbor. "It was quick and it was fast. And immediately I knew it wasn't fireworks."
Police said when one man started to shoot at officers, they returned fire. Neither of the two officers involved or the two suspects were struck.
One man was taken into custody right away but authorities did not release his name. Police said he is being charged for assault with intent to murder.
Police spent hours looking for 25-year-old Eric Rosado-Gonzalez. He was located at about 9:30 p.m. in the area of South and Robert Streets in Roslindale, according to police.
Rosado-Gonzalez is expected to be charged for assault with intent to murder.
SWAT crews and the Massachusetts State Police Special Tactical Operations (STOP) team spent hours going through specific homes and clearing them while searching for Rosado-Gonzalez. Officers with their guns drawn, alongside K-9 units, were going through yards, train tracks and parking lots.
Belgrade Avenue was shut down for about half a mile near the scene. The MBTA Commuter Rail Needham line from South Station was experiencing delays and cancellations due to the activity in the area.