The Jamaica Plain man accused of taking pictures two folks at a Mattapan nightclub Monday was ordered held with out bail a minimum of till the following listening to this week.
Regan Feliz, 29, appeared in municipal courtroom in Dorchester Tuesday — although he tried to cover within the holding space, the Herald photographed him as he peeked into the gallery — on firearm and ammunition possession-related fees in addition to a cost of possessing cocaine. A not responsible plea was entered on his behalf.
His title is invariably spelled in studies, with some cowl sheets spelling it “Felix,” with an X.
Boston Police have been out within the 400-block of Macumbas Night Club in Mattapan for a grievance of illegally parked vehicles when a number of patrons of the membership “ran out yelling” and one among them advised the officer a person was taking pictures inside, prosecutor Michelle Slade mentioned on the listening to.
As folks crowded round, an off-duty police officer advised the responding officer that he believed a person within the crowd had a gun. The two officers approached the group, which then scattered, in accordance with the police report, with the suspect within the black shirt with a design on it breaking out right into a dash.
A pistol with no journal fell throughout the pursuit, in accordance with the report, and the officers recovered the Polymer 80 pistol earlier than arresting Feliz.
Around the identical time, an ambulance en path to the scene was flagged down by a taking pictures sufferer from the membership, who was shot within the buttocks and the scrotum. A second sufferer, shot within the left thigh, drove himself to Milton Hospital and was then transported to Beth Israel Hospital. Both victims suffered non-life-threatening accidents.
Police say that when Feliz was being booked on the station, they recovered a “medium sized plastic bag” of suspected cocaine from his pants pocket.
Prosecutor Slade mentioned that detectives discovered an prolonged journal containing 26 rounds — and able to a complete of 31 — was discovered within the membership near a shell casing that matched the caliber and model of ammunition within the journal.