Friday, March 15, 2013
It's been just over six weeks since Shawn Clark was found fatally shot in front of his Malden skateboard shop, as police continue to investigate.
The uncle of a man fatally shot at his Malden skateshop last January told NECN that the family found the lack of answers about his death "extremely frustrating." "You see on the news they are posting 'most wanted' for people who knocked over liquor stores, and yet we're not seeing action on a murder," Brian Clark told NECN's Scot Yount. "It's extremely frustrating." Shawn Clark was found shot outside of his Patriot Skateboards shop on Main Street on January 29. No arrests have been made in the case, though police are actively pursuing the investigation, Malden Police Lt. Det. Marc Gatcomb said. The Middlesex District Attorney's office released this surveillance footage of the suspects last month, but no further details about the motive …
Thursday, February 14, 2013
The Middlesex District Attorney has released video footage and still camera shots of suspects believed to be involved in the fatal Main Street shooting of Shawn Clark last month.
The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, Malden Police and State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying suspects seen in surveillance footage during a fatal shooting at the Patriot Skateboards shop last month. Shawn Clark, the store's owner, was found fatally wounded there on January 29. Authorities have been quiet about details of the attack; these are the first, few details that have been released to the public since the day of the shooting. "Authorities ask that the public’s attention be drawn, in particular, to the size of the suspects, their facial and bodily appearances, their gait, and the clothing that they are wearing," the press release reads. "Authorities are trying to identify two males who are depicted on …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Followers of the Facebook page "As Malden Turns" called on city officials to "prepare a written action plan that will specifically address the gun violence in the city."
Officials said they will explore drafting an "action plan" to combat gun violence in the city, after members of an online citizens' group made the request at Tuesday night's city council meeting. Followers of the "As Malden Turns" Facebook page said they came to express concerns about escalating violence in the city, submitting the following letter to councillors. It was the council's first meeting since the fatal shooting of Shawn Clark in front of his Main Street skateboard shop last week. Dear Members of the Council, The residents that stand before you tonight, are here, not in opposition or defiance, but because we are concerned with the increase in crime, and what is happening in this city. Over the past few months, we have seen an…
Patriot Skateboards owner Shawn Clark, shot dead outside of his store last week, was accompanied to his final resting place by a team of young mourners on skateboards.
Monday, February 4, 2013
A Boston collectibles dealer has offered a $5,000+ reward for any information leading to an arrest in Shawn Clark's murder last week.
Update: Beantown Collectibles updated their Facebook page with the following information: "The "Shawn Clark Reward Fund" has been set up! We have the blessing of the Malden PD and Malden Mayor. Donations can be sent via PayPal to email@example.com or at any People's United Bank location to the Shawn Clark Reward Fund" Original article: A Boston collectibles dealer is offering a $5,000+ reward for any information leading to an arrest in the shooting death of a skateboard store owner on Main St. last week. Sly Egidio, owner of Beantown Collectibles, said he never met victim Shawn Clark, but was moved by the story of a fellow Marine with a small business and young family. He told Malden Patch this is the first time he's ever made…
Friday, February 1, 2013
The skateboard store owner will be honored during services in Saugus Monday.
Friends, family and other well-wishers are invited to celebrate the life of Shawn Clark this Monday in Saugus, after he was tragically shot to death during an attack at his Main St. skateboard store Tuesday. The wake will be held from 4-8 p.m. Monday, at the Bisbee-Porcella Funeral Home in Saugus. The family has requested a private funeral for immediate family only. Clark did not have life insurance - if you are interested in donating funds to his family, payments can be made at any Eastern Bank location in Saugus, Everett or Malden, or through this website. Obituary: Of Saugus, formerly of Everett & Somerville. Jan. 29. Loving husband of Melissa (Finn) Clark. Cherished father of Hayden Clark, age 10 & Hudson Clark, age 8 both of …
Patch reader and local writer Kelly Ilebode calls on residents to self-assess and find their own ways to make Malden great.
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Thursday, January 31, 2013
Patch reader and skating parent Annie O'Malden reflects on the influence Shawn Clark had on her family and the city-at-large in this heartfelt tribute.
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