Four Arrested After Shots Fired at a Worcester Home

by | Jan 9, 2021 | Crime, Headlines, News

WORCESTER – Worcester Police arrested four people in response to gunshots being fired near Lynwood Lane and Salisbury St. at around 10 PM on Friday, January 8.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers learned that an individual fired at a home on Lynwood Lane after exiting a black Cadillac, then fled the scene.

An officer spotted the vehicle on Dick Dr., but the driver sped away when the officer attempted to make a traffic stop.

After a short pursuit, the Cadillac pulled into a driveway on Haviland St. Police apprehended the individuals as they exited the vehicle and attempted to flee.

Officers later found ammunition in the vehicle.

The individuals in the vehicle include:

  • The driver, a 17-year-old juvenile
  • Noah Dorsett, 20, of Worcester
  • Jayden Nolan, 18, of Worcester
  • Cullen McNamara, 18, of Clinton

All four individuals face charges of:

  • Possession of Ammunition without an FID Card
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Disturbing the Peace.

The juvenile also faces charges of Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Failure to Stop for Police, and Operating to Endanger.

Dorsett also faces charges of Possession of a Class B Substance (cocaine).


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