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Fate of man who shot Nick Carnevale, and a co-defendant, now rests with the jury

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Luis Delvalle-Rodriguez listens in Berkshire Superior Court during his trial for the August 2018 shooting of Nick Carnevale at a party in October Mountain State Forest. The case is now with the jury.

UPDATE: Luis Delvalle-Rodriguez found guilty in October Mountain shooting of Nick Carnevale; second defendant acquitted

PITTSFIELD — The fate of two defendants accused in the shooting of Nick Carnevale — including the admitted gunman — is in the hands of the jury.

After six days of testimony in the trial, Judge Maureen Hogan instructed jurors Thursday morning on the law surrounding the charges against Luis Delvalle-Rodriguez and Christopher Frazier.


Amanda Burke can be reached at aburke@berkshireeagle.com or 413-496-6296.

Cops and Courts Reporter

Amanda Burke is Cops and Courts Reporter for The Berkshire Eagle. An Ithaca, New York native, she previously worked at The Herald News of Fall River and the Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise.

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