The alleged gunman in two separate homicides in Boston on Sunday has been arrested.
Lance Holloman was charged Friday in connection with a shooting death on Interstate 93 as well as another fatal shooting in Dorchester on Sunday night.
Holloman, 30, of Dorchester, had previously been considered a person of interest in both shootings. He was arrested Monday morning in Franklin on three unrelated warrants but was not charged in connection with the Boston homicides until Friday morning.
He now stands charged with murder, armed assault with intent to murder and other offenses for allegedly shooting 32-year-old Scott M. Stevens Jr. of Taunton and his 54-year-old father as they rode their motorcycles southbound on I-93 near the Neponset Avenue exit in Dorchester around 5 p.m. Sunday.
Stevens died of his injuries on Wednesday; his father is expected to survive.
Holloman is also charged with murder in the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Michaela Gingras of Manchester, New Hampshire, inside a residence on Santuit Street in Dorchester.
She was pronounced dead at the scene late Sunday night.
Holloman is currently being held without bail at Suffolk County Jail and is expected to be arraigned at a later date. It's unclear if he has an attorney.