Second suspect charged with murder after Pawtucket homicide

Trearra Hudgen,26, of Springfield Mass., will be arraigned on murder charges Thursday. (Hartford Police Department photo)
Trearra Hudgen,26, of Springfield Mass., will be arraigned on murder charges Thursday. (Hartford Police Department photo)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – One of the suspects in a Halloween homicide was ordered held without bail following her arraignment Thursday morning.

Trearra Hudgen, 26, is one of three people arrested in connection with the shooting death of Matthew Reverdes in Pawtucket. She was arrested in Hartford, Connecticut several days after the murder.

According to Pawtucket police, Hudgen was extradited from Connecticut Wednesday morning. She was arraigned on charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver during her arraignment Thursday in Providence District Court. Her next court date is Nov. 22.

Julio Cano, who was captured in Framingham, has already been arraigned on the same charges and ordered held without bail, while Juscelina DaSilva, who was captured in Providence, at this point faces a charge of possession with intent to deliver.

Detectives have recovered two guns they say were used in the murder.

Police have not disclosed a motive for the murder but Reverdes’ uncle told Eyewitness News last week that Reverdes had ongoing disputes with his neighbors regarding his dog barking.