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A Peabody man was killed in an apparent road rage shooting. Now, a young woman is on trial for his murder.

A Peabody man was shot to dying following an obvious street rage incident in Lowell in February 2018. Now, the trial for the Lowell girl accused of killing him has begun.

Graciela Paulino, who was 20 on the time of the taking pictures, in response to The Lowell Sun, is going through costs of homicide, carrying a loaded firearm, and carrying a firearm unlicensed. Opening statements started on Thursday in Middlesex County Superior Court.

Paulino is accused of killing 34-year-old Marc Devoe, of Peabody, whereas he left work for his lunch break round midday on Feb. 15 with a co-worker. Devoe labored putting in HVAC techniques and was engaged on Thorndike Exchange in Lowell on the time, the Sun reported.

Paulino allegedly shot Devoe within the chest following what gave the impression to be an argument caught on surveillance footage close to Gallagher Terminal, in response to the Sun. The bullet broken Devoe’s coronary heart; he wasn’t respiration when emergency personnel arrived on scene.

Paulino’s legal professional is arguing that she was utilizing self-defense and that Devoe had threatened her, in response to WBZ.

Murder Trial Begins For Lowell Woman Accused Of Road Rage Shooting @julimcdonald studieshttps://t.co/gHMZCJAnC0 pic.twitter.com/vy62f0mGMU

— WBZ | CBS Boston News (@wbz) October 11, 2019

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