Paul Paradzinski Charged With Murder In Fatal Holyoke Shooting; Victim Identified As Aribertic Rodriguez

HOLYOKE - The man shot to death late Saturday night in downtown Holyoke has been identified as Andrew Musgrave, 31, of Amherst, according to the office of Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni.

Musgrave was shot shortly after 11:30 p.m. Saturday in the area of the McDonald’s restaurant at 285 Maple St. Officers on patrol in the area of Appleton, High and Maple streets reported hearing gunshots moments before the first 911 call to the department, according to Gulluni spokesman James Leydon.

Musgrave was transported to Baystate Medical Center in Springfield where he was pronounced dead.

The homicide remains under investigation by Holyoke Police, state police detectives assigned to Gulluni’s office, and by the DA’s Murder Unit.

So far, police and the district attorney have not issued any information about possible motives or suspects.

This is the fourth homicide in Holyoke in three months. Arrests have been made in the previous three killings.

Aribertic Rodriguez, 20, was fatally shot on May 14 on Clemente Street during a dispute over a car. Paul Paradzinski has been charged in the homicide.

Miguel Marota, 21, was stabbed to death on May 31 at the corner of High and Cabot streets in a dispute with a former cellmate. Steven O. Maitin, 20, was arrested and charged in the killing.

Miguel DeJesus, 26, was stabbed to death on July 20 at 660 South Bridge St., during an argument with his brother-in-law over a car. Samuel Rosario Calderon, 25, of Holyoke, was arrested a day later at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut. He faces one charge of murder.

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