A Hyde Park man accused of murdering a man who tried to buy marijuana from him last year was ordered held without bail Monday.
Emmanuel Maldonado, 21, was arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court on a charge of second-degree murder, three counts of armed assault with intent to murder and single counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition in connection with the death of Storlen Webster, prosecutors said.
Judge Michael Doolin ordered Maldonado held without bail at the request of Assistant District Attorney David McGowan.
Webster and two acquaintances drove to Maldonado’s Ellis Street home on Dec.13, 2020, to buy marijuana, McGowan said.
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