A Springfield woman wanted for a deadly shooting earlier this week in Rhode Island was arrested in Hartford on Thursday.
Police arrested 25-year-old Trearra Hudgen in connection with a homicide in Pawtucket on Monday.
The arrest of Hudgen comes after officers were called to a report of a man shot on 105 Cedar St. around 3:45 p.m. Upon arrival, officers found Matthew Reverdes with a gunshot wound to the chest.
Police said Reverdes later died from injuries suffered in shooting.
During their investigation, police developed Hudgen as the suspect in the deadly shooting. U.S. Marshal's Violent Fugitive Task Force determined that Hudgen was “on the run” and “possibly in hiding within the City of Hartford.”
Members of the U.S. Marshal's Violent Fugitive Task Force learned that Hudgen was driving a 2002 Honda Accord and possibly hiding in the possibly hiding within the Parkville section of Hartford.
On Thursday, police located the 2002 Honda Accord in a parking lot of Dollar General Store, located at 1250 Park St., in the Parkville section of Hartford.
While police were conducting surveillance on the Accord, police said Hudgen was seen leaving the store and going towards the vehicle. Police “converged on the location” and arrested Hudgen without incident.
Detectives from the Pawtucket, R.I. Police Department met with members of the Hartford Police Department Major Crimes Division to “complete an interview of Hudgen in relation to the homicide investigation.”
Hudgen was charged as a fugitive from justice. She was expected to appear in Hartford Superior Court on Friday morning.
Following her court appearance, Hudgen will be extradited to Rhode Island.
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