FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP) – A Framingham man accused of shooting a Framingham police officer last month has been indicted with two accomplices.

Middlesex grand jury indicted Friday 22-year-old Sahr Josiah on a number of charges, including armed assault with intent to murder and illegal possession of a firearm by an armed career criminal.

Police said Officer Phillip Hurton was shot in the face and hands last month after responding to a reported armed robbery of a taxi cab driver.

Hurton’s jaw was shattered and he suffered injuries to both arms. The 32-year-old has had several surgeries.

Also indicted were 20-year-old Kenneth Lacey, of Mattapan, and 18-year-old Emanuel Aguilar, 18, of Marlborough.

A Middlesex Superior Court arraignment date has not been set.

Information from: MetroWest Daily News,

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