Daniel Mayers Identified As Haverhill Man With Deep Boston Roots As Victim of Dorchester Shooting

Daniel Mayers, aged 33 and a resident of Haverhill, has been identified by the Boston Police Department as the victim of a shooting that occurred in broad daylight in Dorchester.

According to reports, shots were fired in the vicinity of 264 Columbia Road just before 5 p.m. on Monday. Police were quick to respond to the scene.

At the scene near Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School, Mayers was discovered in a vehicle, having sustained gunshot wounds. The individual was taken to a nearby hospital and was later declared dead.

Boston has been revealed to be the place where Mayers has deep roots.

In a statement released by the family, they expressed their extreme devastation over the loss of their loved one. They are struggling to comprehend the details of the tragedy and are searching for answers as to who is responsible for taking the life of someone who had a positive impact on so many others.

The victim, identified as Mayers, was fatally shot on Monday in the same neighborhood where he spent his childhood.

According to the family, Rev. Dr. Thomas W. O. Mayers, the father of the individual in question, served as the Reverend at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Columbia Road in Dorchester for almost two decades.

The individual known to his loved ones as Danny Mayers has fulfilled the role of a pastor at a church located in Haverhill.

According to his family, he served in various departments of Boston Public schools for more than a decade, including the Welcome Center, Transportation, and Special Education Departments.

According to his family, he was always willing to help any colleague, parent, or student who sought his assistance, effortlessly switching between English and Spanish.

According to police, the investigation into the shooting is ongoing and they are encouraging anyone who may have information about the incident to contact homicide detectives at 617-343-4470. To report a crime anonymously, individuals can contact the CrimeStoppers tip line at 1-800-494-TIPS (8477) or send a text message containing the word “TIP” to CRIME (27463).

According to Mayers’ family, a request for assistance was made.

The family expressed their pain and frustration with the ongoing investigation, stating that the lack of information only adds to their sense of loss.

The family of Danny is urging the public to come forward with any information that may aid in the investigation of the heinous and senseless act committed against him. They are pleading with individuals to assist the authorities in their search for justice.

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