Suspect Involved in Jones Shooting Skips Court, Warrant Issued
Another arrest warrant was issued in relation to the shooting death of Asiyana Jones when a female suspect failed to appear in court.
Dayanlee Bracero-Quirindo, 24, was indicted by a Berkshire grand jury on June 26 on two counts of misleading a police officer in relation to the October 2017 shooting which left Pittsfield woman Asiyana Jones dead. Yesterday, she failed to appear on those charges.
According to The Berkshire Eagle Bracero-Quirindo was scheduled to appear Thursday for an arraignment on the two charges, stemming from October and December of 2017, but failed to appear. Judge John Agostini then issued the warrant for her arrest.
The Eagle reports that according to information aired in court, Bracero-Quirindo contacted the Superior Court Clerk's Office after receiving a summons, which satisfied the court that she did in fact received it and was aware she was required to appear.
In addition to Bracero-Quirindo three others have been charged in the relation to the murder, Elizabeth "Nunu" Perez, 27, Carey Pilot, 46 and Gary Linen, 39, have all pleaded not guilty to their respective charges and all are being held without the right to bail.