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2 accused of attempting to kill troopers

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Two men were being held without bail Friday on charges they attempted to kill two state troopers in Brockton, Plymouth ­District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz said in a statement. Cruz said Dimitri Fidelia, 21, of Dorchester, and Caetano D. Oliveira, 22, of Brockton fired shots into a State ­Police cruiser on Amherst Street in Brockton at about 7:50 p.m. Thursday. The men were arraigned in Brockton District Court Friday on two counts each of armed assault with intent to murder, Cruz said.

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