Police Seek Public Assistance in Identifying Shooter in Fatal I-95 Foxboro Incident

FOXBORO, Mass. — Massachusetts State Police are seeking public assistance in identifying the shooter responsible for the death of a man in a shooting on I-95 in Foxboro.

The incident took place on February 3, when state police troopers responded to a reported shooting on I-95 southbound in Foxboro after 10:00 p.m. According to the Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey’s office, the driver of a dark-colored or possibly black sedan fired multiple rounds into a black Mercedes while traveling down the highway. This action resulted in the tragic death of Justin R. Parker, 37, of North Attleboro, who was identified as the driver of the Mercedes.

The shooting also caused the Mercedes to swerve into a Lexus SUV, which led to the Lexus crashing into the woods off the highway. Fortunately, the occupants of the Lexus sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The right two lanes of I-95 were closed near Mechanic Street in Foxboro, and the investigation into the incident is ongoing.

Authorities are urging anyone with information or who may have witnessed the incident to come forward and speak with State Police assigned to the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office by calling 781-327-9801.

The tragic shooting on I-95 in Foxboro has left the community in shock, and the investigation into this senseless act of violence continues. The motive behind the shooting and the identity of the shooter are still unknown, but law enforcement is determined to bring those responsible to justice.

As the investigation develops, authorities are encouraging anyone with information to come forward, emphasizing the importance of community cooperation in solving this case. The senseless violence that resulted in the loss of life on a busy highway has raised concerns and the need for swift justice to bring closure to the victim’s family and the community at large.