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Arrest Made In Thanksgiving Day Shooting Death Of MBTA Conductor

BOSTON (CBS) -- A Dorchester man has been arrested in connection with a shooting outside Fenway Park on Thanksgiving Day that left an MBTA commuter rail conductor dead.

Dominique Carpenter-Grady, 26, was arrested Tuesday on weapons charges related to the shooting.

Police responded to gunfire around 2 a.m. on Thanksgiving on Yawkey Way near the bar 'Who's on First?'

Jephthe Chery, 29, was found dead outside in front of the bar from a gunshot wound.  Investigators said at the time that Chery may have been an innocent bystander.

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Jephthe Chery. (Family photo)

Three other men suffered non life-threatening injuries.

The incident remains under investigation.

Carpenter-Grady pleaded not guilty to the charges Thursday and is being held on $250,000 bail.

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