Boston (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) - A second man was arraigned on murder charges Monday for the October death of 23-year-old Alfonso Rivas.
Reginald Holley, 22, of Dorchester, was arraigned on charges of murder, armed robbery, and unlawful possession of a firearm for the Oct. 17 shooting death of Rivas.
Holley and Oasis Pritchett, 22, of Roxbury, are accused of fatally shooting Rivas during an attempt to rob him of marijuana.
According to prosecutors, Holley and Pritchett planned to rob Rivas during a transaction at 14 Lyndhurst St. Cell phone records show that Rivas received a phone call just before his death, and surveillance images capture Holley speaking on a cell phone as he and Pritchett entered the building.
Surveillance images and Charlie Card records reveal that the men fled the Lyndhurst Street address, proceeded to an MBTA station, and boarded a bus that took them past the murder scene, according to prosecutors.
Pritchett was ordered held without bail since his Nov. 1 arraignment.
Holley is due back in court Nov. 27.