Kaevon Brimfield Apprehended in New York City; Sought in Chicopee Homicide

June 27, 2019 -Chicopee- Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni announced today the apprehension of Kaevon Brimfield, 26, of Springfield in connection with the fatal shooting of Mr. Charles White, 27, of Springfield.

Extensive efforts have been made to seek and apprehend Brimfield since detectives identified him as a suspect in the June 9 murder in Chicopee. At the request of District Attorney Gulluni, Brimfield was added to the Massachusetts State Police Most Wanted List and is considered a person of interest in two other murders, one a home invasion in Springfield and another in Atlanta, GA, both occurring in February of 2019.

Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni stated, “I thank all the members of law enforcement, specifically the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section and the U.S. Marshals’ New York & New Jersey Task Force, who worked on this case and ultimately apprehended this dangerous and violent fugitive. Upon his return to Massachusetts, we will work to ensure that justice is served for the victim and his family and that Kaevon Brimfield is held accountable for the heinous acts he allegedly committed.

Three other suspects have been arrested in connection with this investigation:  Daniel Caldwell, 27, of Agawam, Namel Clark, 26, of Springfield, and Gilfrey Gregory, 27, of Springfield.

Daniel Caldwell was arrested on June 12, 2019 by members of the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section in Agawam. He was transported to the Chicopee Police Department and was arraigned on June 13, 2019 in Springfield District Court on a charge of murder. He is currently being held without the right to bail; his next court date is on July 17, 2019.

Namel Clark was taken into custody, without incident, on June 13, 2019 from a home on Standish Street in Springfield. He was arraigned the same day in Springfield District Court on a charge of murder. He is currently being held without the right to bail; his next court date is on July 10, 2019.

After investigators learned Gilfrey Gregory had rented a car and was most likely headed to Arizona. Detectives immediately contacted the New Mexico Highway Patrol who then conducted a motor vehicle stop on the afternoon of June 13, 2019. During the stop he was placed under arrest and transported to the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Department. He is currently going through the process of extradition in order to be returned to Massachusetts.

This is an active investigation being conducted by the Massachusetts State Police Detective Unit assigned to the Hampden District Attorney’s Office, the Murder Unit of the Hampden District Attorney’s Office, and the Chicopee Police Department.

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