Brockton: Driver in October car chase with police has been indicted by a grand jury

Twenty-eight year old Antwoin Moore of Brockton has been in custody since his October arraignment where he pled not guilty to several criminal charges.

Moore allegedly fled by car after Brockton Police Detectives, who were conducting a narcotics investigation, tried to stop him. A chase ensued and Moore allegedly ran a red light and crashed into Maryanne Kotsiopolous’ car, propelling the 49-year-old woman’s vehicle into traffic. Kotsipolous did not survive the crash.

State Police Detectives have been investigating the incident and their investigation reveals that Moore struck at least three more vehicles during the chase and swerved his car in the direction of Brockton officers before fleeing by foot.

Moore is now facing a slew of other charges including eight counts of leaving the scene of personal injury, motor vehicle homicide by reckless operation, operating with a suspended license, and second degree murder.

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