Jayson Moriarty Death – The office of Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni on Wednesday, July 29, released the identity of the victim who was shot to death in downtown Springfield shooting over the weekend as 41-year-old Jayson Moriarty, of Springfield.
Report says Moriarty was involved in an Interstate 91 car crash in the northbound lane near the Plainfield Street exit in Springfield. He was ejected from the car and pronounced dead at scene.
This incident occurred around 11 p.m on Saturday, July 25.
According to the Police, Moriarty also suffered gun shot injuries before the crash in addition to injuries from the crash.
His death has been determined as homicide by the state medical examiner.
The police reports that a short time before the I-91 crash, the police were called to the area of 200 Worthington Street for a report of shots fired.
Upon their arrival, they found evidence at the scene of gunfire but no victims.
Preliminary investigation of the missing shot person led the officials to discover that Moriarty who was now involved in a crash is also the victim previously shot.
Springfield police and Gulluni’s office says, “it appears Moriarty had been shot on Worthington Street but fled the scene only to crash on the highway.”