Boston Police Incidents for January 10, 2006

Charlestown Resident Robbed at Gun and Knife PointA 32-year-old Charlestown resident reports that last night at 1747 hours while walking in the area of 22 Tremont Street in Charlestown she was approached by two teenage black males. One was armed with a firearm and the second a knife. Both suspects robbed the victim of her pocketbook and then fled on Tremont Street toward Lowney Way. Both suspects are described as being about 15-year-old black males, wearing grey hooded sweatshirts.
Victim Robbed of Bag in Dunkin Donut’s Parking Lot
An officer from District 15 responded to 125 Cambridge Street in Charlestown yesterday afternoon at 1428 hours on a report of a robbery. On arrival, the officer spoke with a 46-year-old female from North Andover who states an unknown black male pointed a firearm at the victim and robbed her of her bag. A Somerville Police Officer later located the property on Caldwell Street. The suspect remains at large.
Four Juveniles Arrested for Robbery
Three juveniles from Roxbury and one from Hyde Park robbed a 41-year-old male of a cell phone and U.S. Currency last night at 1908 hours while the victim was walking in the area of Forest Street and Vine Street. The victim reported the incident to Harbor Point Security who located the suspects and with officers from District 2 arrested all four individuals.
New Jersey Women Arrested as Common Night Walker in South End
Police Officers assigned to District 4 in the South End arrested 21 year-old Lauren Tuccille of Port Monmouth, New Jersey as a Common Night Walker early this morning. The Officers arrested Tuccille at the intersection of Berkley Street and Appleton Street around 0145hrs after observing her for the third time in various locations in the South End where complaints of prostitution have been identified.
Jamaica Plain Women Has Handbag Stolen in Hyde Park
About 1948hrs last evening, a white Hispanic male suspect described as 5”11” and a medium build wearing dark sweat pants, dark coat and dark scally cap, approached the victim and stated ”excuse me.” As the victim stepped aside, the suspect grabbed her handbag and fled on foot. The victim was walking on Patten Street in Hyde Park when the Robbery took place.

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