Suspect Arrested in Shocking Westbrook Shooting Incident!

After a shocking event on Monday night, the Maine State Police say they caught a guy from South Portland and charged him with two counts of murder. At 8:28 p.m., a 24-year-old man named Marcel Lagrange Jr. is said to have started shooting near the corner of Maine Street and Bridge Street in Westbrook. The terrible accident killed two people, and the whole town is sad.

When the cops showed up, they saw Lagrange shoot a woman near a parked car. As the suspect ran down Main Street, the police moved quickly and gave chase. During this run, Lagrange hurt a man from Westbrook who was 75 years old. The man was taken to Maine Medical Center to get care for his minor injuries. Brittney Cockrell was shot outside the car. She is 37 years old and lives in Westbrook.

Michael Hayter, who lived in Westbrook and was 41 years old, was found dead in the car. The cops still don’t know why the shooting happened because they haven’t found any connection between the shooter and those who were shot.

When the accident happened, the couple’s two kids, a boy who was 11 and a girl who was 7, were in the car. Somehow, neither one of them got hurt. Even though bad things have happened, this bright spot gives the community hope.

Lagrange was finally caught when brave people in the area moved quickly to stop him. The heroes from the area tackled him and took his gun until the cops arrived and arrested him. Lagrange was then taken to the Cumberland County Jail, where he was held without bail.

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As the investigation continues, police are still trying to discover what led to this useless act of violence and why it happened. People in Westbrook are sad about the deaths of Michael Hayter and Brittney Cockrell, but they have also come together to help their families.

The Maine State Police are asking anyone who knows anything about what happened to come forward and help with the investigation. You can reach them at [the phone number and address of the Maine State Police].

The tragedy on Monday night is a sad reminder of how fragile life is and how important it is for people to stand together against random acts of violence. People who such sad things have hurt can find comfort in the power and support of their community at times like these.

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