23-year-old Josue Hidalgo of Worcester was among seven people arrested Saturday evening on I-93 for reckless and dangerous operation of motorcycles and ATVs in Boston.

According to the Massachusetts State Police [MSP], Hidalgo was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and conduct endangering a person or property.

The seven arrested were part of a large group of individuals riding ATVs and motorcycles on I-93 around 5 PM on Sunday. The MSP has the total number of individuals somewhere between 25 and 35.

SEE LIST BELOW: SEVEN PEOPLE ARRESTED ON I-93

During the encounter with the large group, a MSP Trooper shot a 28-year-old man from Randolph, who was brought to Boston Medical Center for a non-life threatening injury. A second rider that complained of pain was also brought to a hospital to be evaluated. Several riders evaded apprehension during this incident.

A Trooper sustained a knee injury during the incident and was transported to Mass General Hospital for treatment.

The incident remains under investigation by Troopers assigned to Troop H, Troop E, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, and Crime Scene Services Section. Boston Police are also assisting in the investigation into the group’s reckless operation.

1.  ADERITO MONTEIRO, 28, of Randolph, charged with: negligent operation; failure to stop for police; disorderly conduct; marked lanes violation; driving an unregistered ATV; driving an uninsured ATV.

MONTEIRO allegedly drove his ATV toward a State Trooper and Boston Police officer on the Exit 18 off-ramp to Massachusetts Avenue. He suffered a minor foot injury after a Trooper discharged his weapon during the incident. MONTEIRO was transported to Boston Medical Center, was treated for a small laceration to his foot, and was released the same night. He was taken to a State Police Barracks and booked.

MONTEIRO was held at the State Police-Tunnels Barracks on $10,000 cash bail. He will be brought to Boston Municipal Court for arraignment today.

2. CHRISTOPHER CABASSA, 31, of Lawrence, charged with: failure to stop for police; negligent operation; disorderly conduct; wrong way violation on a state highway; marked lanes violation; unlicensed operation; no inspection sticker; resisting arrest; and careless operation in a tunnel.

3.  WILLIAM SULIVERAS, 29, of Methuen, charged with: failure to stop for police; negligent operation; disorderly conduct; wrong way violation on a state highway; marked lanes violation; resisting arrest; and careless operation in a tunnel.

4.  SHANE FEIN, 21, of North Attleborough, charged with: failure to stop for police; negligent operation; disorderly conduct; marked lanes violation; driving an unregistered motor vehicle; driving an uninsured motor vehicle; unlicensed operation; wrong way violation on a state highway; and careless operation in a tunnel.

5.  GUSTAVO ARCENO-ROSA, 22, of Saugus, charged with: failure to stop for police; negligent operation; disorderly conduct; marked lanes violation; driving an unregistered motor vehicle; wrong way violation on a state highway; and careless operation in a tunnel.

6.  JOSUE HIDALGO, 23, of Worcester, charged with: disorderly conduct; resisting arrest; and conduct endangering a person or property.

7.  EDGAR DOSSANTOS JR., 30, of Quincy, charged with: failure to stop for police; reckless operation; disorderly conduct; and resisting arrest.

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