Daily Incidents for March 23, 2006

Female Arrested for South Boston Bank RobberyOfficers in District 6 responded to the First Trade Union Bank at 735 E. Broadway yesterday at 6:30pm to meet an employee. The bank employee told the officers that he followed a suspect who had robbed the bank on March 3rd to the area of 752 E. 4th Street. The suspect was located inside that address and was identified by the bank employee as the person who robbed them weeks earlier. Katelyn Powers, 24, was arrested and charged with bank robbery.
Two Downtown Donut Shops Robbed
At 9:19pm last night an unknown male walked into the Dunkin Donuts on Causeway Street, demanded money from the register and said he had a gun. The suspect fled the store without any money. Within minutes, officers received a second call for a robbery at the Dunkin Donuts at 235 Washington Street, Downtown. Officers were told that a white male entered the shop, displayed a handgun and demanded money from the register. The suspect was handed an undetermined amount of money and fled the scene on foot. Officers searched the area to no avail. Both incidents are under investigation and it is unclear if the two are connected.
Subway Sandwich Shop Robbed of Cash
At 9:50pm last night two males and a female walked into the Subway sandwich shop at 981 Tremont Street. One of the males displayed a gun and took money from the register. All three then fled the store. Surveillance tape was recovered and this investigation is ongoing.
One Arrested After Early Morning Stabbing
District 4 officers responded to 526 Massachusetts Avenue at 1:00am this morning for a person stabbed. One male victim was found suffering from multiple stab wounds lying on the side of a bed inside the apartment. According to a witness, the victim and a suspect had a fight during which the victim was stabbed. The witness told the officers that he intervened, hitting the suspect in the face. The suspect dropped the knife and fled the apartment. The suspect was located by EMS outside 520 Massachusetts Avenue. He was arrested and transported to the hospital for an injury to his eye. He will be booked upon release from the hospital.

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