Two Haitian-American teens killed on Dorchester street

Two young men of Haitian descent were found shot to death on the same Dorchester street this week. Emmanuel Louissaint, 17, of Brockton was found shot to death outside of 64 Mascot Street on Sunday morning around 1 a.m. He had been shot once in the upper chest. Two days later, on Tuesday morning, police were called to the driveway of 63 Mascot Street— right across the street from the scene of the earlier murder— where they discovered the body of 19 year-old Nervin Charlot. He was also shot, but it is not yet clear if he was murdered in the same incident that claimed the life of Louissaint. If he was shot on Sunday, his body lay undiscovered for more than two days. Charlot's death has now been officially classified a homicide, making him the city's 66th murder victim of 2010 to date.
More details on these homicides are available at the Reporter's sister paper, the Dorchester Reporter.