LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – Boston residents are being ordered to stay in their homes.
Police are searching for the second suspect in the deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is believed to be on the loose and threatening to kill.
His 26-year-old brother Tamerlan died in a fire fight with police after the two were thought to have robbed a convenience store, but that report was later said to be false.
But authorities say the suspected bombers later shot and killed an MIT Campus police officer, carjacked an SUV, and hurled explosives during the firefight.
Governor Deval Patrick ordered the entire city and some suburban residents to stay inside as police conduct a house-to-house search the ordeal shut down buses, and subway system..
Trey Grayson is Kentucky’s former secretary of state. Right now, he's the director of the Institute of Politics at Harvard and lives just four miles from Watertown.
WHAS11 spoke with him about the lockdown and the effect it's having on people in the area.
Grayson also said the surviving suspect also worked at Harvard as a part time life guard and he went to the high school right next door.
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