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Nashua police charge man arrested following drive-by shooting with giving fake name

One of the Manchester men arrested in connection to a drive-by shooting in Nashua Wednesday morning is facing more charges after police said he gave them a phony name.

Police arrested two brothers, Darrion Weekly, and who they thought was Darrius Weekly around 3 a.m. Wednesday after shots were fired from a car toward two people standing outside 12 Pratt Street, police said. ...

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One of the Manchester men arrested in connection to a drive-by shooting in Nashua Wednesday morning is facing more charges after police said he gave them a phony name.

Police arrested two brothers, Darrion Weekly, and who they thought was Darrius Weekly around 3 a.m. Wednesday after shots were fired from a car toward two people standing outside 12 Pratt Street, police said.

On Thursday, police said they learned that the second brother’s name is actually David Weekly, 18, of 38 Orange St., Apt. 1, Manchester. He is now charged with unsworn falsification along with two counts of criminal liability to attempted first-degree assault, police said.

Darrion Weekly, 19, of 219 Notre Dame Ave,. Apt. 3N, Manchester, is charged with attempted first-degree assault and reckless conduct. Both men were arraigned at Nashua district court Thursday morning, police said.

One of the bullets fired Wednesday morning went through a window of 12 Pratt Street but no one was struck. One of the people who was shot at suffered a broken arm when he dove to the ground and was run over when the driver of the parked car tried to flee, police said.

– JOSEPH G. COTE