Massachusetts State Police seized these weapons when arresting Hector Javier Bido, who is wanted in connection with a January shooting in Radford.On February 11, troopers from the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section (MSP VFAS), in partnership with the US Marshals Service and Haverhill Police, located and arrested Hector Javier Bido, wanted for the January 24 shooting in Radford,.
According to the MSP, officers seized a rifle and two pistols that were in his possession at the time of his arrest.
“Troopers from the MSP VFAS North Team, Deputy US Marshals, and Haverhill Police detectives recently identified an apartment on Proctor Street in Haverhill as a possible location for Bido, 23” reads a Facebook post from the MSP on Feb. 11. “Troopers, Marshals and Officers went to the address early this morning and located Bido in a bedroom and arrested him without incident.
“During the arrest, the apprehension team observed two firearms in plain view: a Smith & Wesson SD40 .40 caliber pistol with a round in the chamber and a fully-loaded 13-round magazine, as well as a Safeside Tactical AR-15 with a fully-loaded 30-round magazine,” the MSP statement continues. “Bido informed Troopers that he had an additional firearm in his Dodge Challenger and provided the keys to the vehicle. Inside the Challenger, members of the apprehension team located Glock 17 9mm pistol with a round in the chamber and two fully-loaded 17-round magazines. All three firearms and the ammunition were seized.”
BIDO was charged with the warrant related to Radford shooting, which includes charges of use of a firearm in commission of a felony; two counts of malicious shooting in/at an occupied building; aggravated malicious wounding; simple assault and battery; and two counts of pointing or brandishing a firearm. He faces additional charges in connection with the firearms seized during the Massachusetts arrest.
“Thank you to Massachusetts State Police, U.S Marshals, and Haverhill Police for your assistance in locating Hector Javier Bido,” reads a statement by the Radford City Police Department on Facebook. “We are thankful the arrest was made without incident.”
Bido is one of three suspects wanted for in connection with the Jan. 24 shooting on Sanford St. Police are still searching for two other suspects. Alejandro Garcia Limon, 25, of Radford, is wanted for assault by mob. Fabian Garcia, 30, of Radford, is currently wanted for assault by mob and assault and battery. Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of these individuals is asked to contact the Radford Police Department at 540-731-3624.