Man indicted in Quincy shooting

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Man indicted in Quincy shooting

Hau Huynh, 29, of Boston was accused of shooting a man in Quincy in July. (Quincy Police Department) Hide caption DEDHAM— A Norfolk County Grand Jury has indicted a Boston man accused of shooting another man in the leg during an attempted robbery in North Quincy last summer.

The indictments charge Hau D. Huynh, 29, with armed assault to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault with a dangerous weapon and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a home. Want news like this sent straight to your inbox? Head over to PatriotLedger.com to sign up for alerts and make sure you never miss a thing. You pick the news you want, we deliver.

The indictments transfer Huynh’s case from Quincy District Court to Norfolk Superior Court, where more serious cases are prosecuted and defendants face more serious charges if convicted. A superior court arraignment date has not yet been set for Huynh.

Quincy police say Huynh shot the other man July 6 as he was climbing over a fence on Sagamore Street to try and escape Huynh and two other men with guns who had been hassling the victim about a bag he was carrying, which police later learned had more than $19,000 in cash in it. The man told officers he planned to buy a Rolex watch and jewelry with the money.

Police said Huynh took off in an SUV after the shooting and the man he shot ended up in a backyard on Young Street. The […]

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