Boston Police Incidents for December 21, 2005

Four People Reported Fighting After Leaving CuffsTwo Patrons of “Cuffs” on Berkeley Street left the bar and starting fighting with two people on Stuart Street. Hotel security broke up the fight and all parties fled before cops could cuff them.
Two People Arrested After Early Morning Balcony Party
Officers from District 4 responded to 355 Columbus Ave for a report of a loud party this morning at 2:12 hrs. After repeated warnings, the officers responded to the apartment a second time. This time the occupants asked officers if they had a warrant. Officers observed people on a balcony and alcoholic beverages in the apartment. Arrested for Disturbing the Peace and Possession of Alcohol was Scott Long, 20 and Wayne Atkins, 20, both of Boston. They will be arraigned in the Boston Municipal Court this morning.
Taxi Driver Robbed in Savin Hill
A 25-year-old taxi driver was robbed in Savin Hill after driving a fare from Lansdowne Street to the Savin Hill MBTA stop. As the suspect was about to pay the driver, he pulled out a knife and demanded the driver’s money. The suspect is described as a black-Hispanic male, 5’10”, 175, wearing a “Yankees” hat and white shirt.
Sex Offender Arrested in Jamaica Plain
Last night at 17:20hrs, officers arrested Keith Allen on a straight warrant from the Boston Municipal Court for failing to register as a sex offender. The warrant was issued on 12/20/05. He was also in default from the Fall River District Court since 10/27/05 for larceny over $250.
Store Robbed by Two Armed Suspects Wearing Masks
Two suspects entered the store located at 81 Milk Street, armed with a knife last evening around 20:35 hrs and forced the employees to turn over money. One suspect indicated that he had a firearm while the other suspect displayed a silver knife. The suspects fled he scene on foot with an undetermined amount of U.S. currency. One suspect was wearing a blue jacket and a hoodie under the jacket and blue jeans, there is no description of the other suspect available. None of the victims were injured during the robbery.

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