Plymouth: Man charged with shooting at police after Duxbury home invasion due in court

A 19 year old man from Oklahoma arrested early Tuesday morning and arraigned, after a nearly 3-hour man hunt after he allegedly showed up at an off-duty police officer’s house in Duxbury with a gun in his hand and mask on his face, is set to appear before a Plymouth District Court judge Friday.

Brett Roderick, who pled not guilty on Tuesday in front of Judge Brian Gilligan, is scheduled for a dangerousness hearing Friday morning  on charges including attempted murder.
Police Chief Matt Clancy, in the hours after Broderick’s arrest, said the suspect was located in a cranberry bog in Duxbury adjacent to Route 3, near mile marker 26.8.
Members of the South Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council’s Search and Rescue Unit located a 9mm semi-automatic weapon, fully loaded, in thick brush near the location of Roderick’s arrest on Tuesday afternoon.
Roderick’s mother Valerie Aho, says her son lives with her and his stepfather in Wagner, Oklahoma, where he has collected criminal charges beginning in 2009, when he turned 16 years old–the latest charge coming last month. According to Aho, he completed two years of a 15-year prison sentence related to a charge of robbery with a dangerous weapon.

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