Boston Police Incidents December 15, 2005

Armed Robbery in Back BayAt 0600hrs on 12/15/05 Boston Police responded to an armed robbery at 50 Dalton Street in the Back Bay. The victim reported being robbed by a White Male who displayed a knife during the robbery. The suspect is described as 6ft wearing a brown jacket, black pants, and a ski mask. The victim was not injured and the investigation continues.
Shooting Victim Treated at Boston Medical Center
Boston Police responded to the Boston Medical at 0437hrs this morning 12/15/05 for a male victim suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound. The initial investigation indicates the victim was injured in the area of Blue Hill Ave. and Mclellan Street in Dorchester
Elderly Female’s Handbag Stolen in East Boston
At 1745hrs on 12/14/05, an elderly women walking on Maverick Street in East Boston had her handbag taken by an unknown suspect. The victim was not injured during the incident. This incident remains under investigation.
Youth Violence Strike Force Officers Arrest Armed Suspect
Around 2230hrs on 12/14/05, Police Officers assigned to the Youth Violence Strike responding to a call on Winthrop Street in Roxbury, for a man armed with a gun. The suspect was observed holding a firearm in his hand as he fled from the Officers. The suspect was placed under arrest after a foot chase. Officers recovered a .22 caliber handgun and arrested a16 year-old juvenile from Allston for Possession of a Firearm.
Two Officers Assaulted During Investigation
At 1730hrs on 12/14/05, two Boston Police Officers assigned to District 3, were assaulted by a male suspect 6’7” 310lbs while conducting an investigation at Fowler Street and Mclellan Street in Dorchester. The suspect arrested is 18 year-old Denbrock Holmes of Dorchester.
Car Crash in Dorchester
Police will seek complaints in Dorchester District Court against a 34-year-old male from Canton for Possession Class B and various violations of the auto laws after an incident that occurred at about.
4:45 a.m. in Dorchester. An officer assigned to District 11 observed a motor vehicle traveling westbound on Bowdoin Street in Dorchester at a high rate of speed and over the double yellow line. The officer was required to swerve his cruiser to avoid a head-on collision. The officer later found the suspect vehicle upside down on Ripley Road. The vehicle also struck a house at 47 Harvard Street causing extensive damage to the dwelling. The occupants of the vehicle were transported to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The operator was also found to be in possession of a bag of crack cocaine.

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