Suspect in Nashua shooting incident arrested in Massachusetts, police say
NASHUA – A suspect in a shooting incident was arrested Tuesday night in Massachusetts, police said.
Luis Capo-Nieves, 28, of Nashua, was arrested in Massachusetts on a warrant charging him with attempted first-degree assault related to a shooting incident Monday in Nashua, police said.
Capo-Nieves is being held as a fugitive until he can be extradited to New Hampshire, police said.
Massachusetts state police arrested Capo-Nieves, and he was taken to the state police barracks in Holden, Mass., police said.
He also faces charges in Massachusetts, including disobeying a police officer, police said.
On Monday, police were called to Ledge Street near Willow Street shortly after 5:30 p.m., when the altercation was reported. Later, they responded in force to Gusabel Avenue near the Nashua Mall.
Witnesses on Ledge Street reported hearing at least two gunshots, police said.
Based on the investigation and witness statements, police believe at least two shots were fired during the altercation.
The arrest warrant accuses Capo-Nieves of allegedly shooting at another man he knows, police said.
– PATRICK MEIGHAN