Daily Incidents For September 9, 2007

Loud Party Ends in ArrestLast night at approximately 10:13pm, officers from District D-14 responded to a radio call for loud party at 110 Strathmore Road. On arrival, officers could hear loud music from the street. Officers arrived at the front door and could hear loud music emanating from the apartment. Officers knocked on the door and received no response. Officers were able to gain entry and locate the lessee of the apartment. The suspect was advised that he would have to turn down the music and keep the tone of conversation down in order not to disturb the neighbors. The suspect was advised that the party would be dispersed if another 911 call were received.
At 11:07pm, officers were dispatched to 110 Strathmore Street for a loud party. When officers arrived they could clearly hear the loud music and conversation from the street. Officer arrived at the front door and determined that the noise level was the same as the previous call. Officers knocked on the door for several minutes and received no response. After several minutes and unknown female was heard yelling to guest to keep quiet and turn the music off. The unknown female began to unlock the door, however several male voices were heard yelling at her not to open the door.
Once inside the suspect approached officers in an aggressive manner and forcefully attempted to push the officer back into the hallway. The suspect was handcuffed after a brief struggle. Several guest remained out front talking loudly and ignoring orders to clear the area. Officers provided the group with several warnings that their behavior amounts to disturbance of the peace and they were subject to be arrested. At that point most of guest began to leave except for one suspect. The suspect continued to yell at police and protest the arrest of his friend and refusing to leave the area.
John Walsh, 27, of Brighton was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct. Also arrested was Charles Kubik, 27, of Brighton and charged with Assault and Battery on a Police Officer and Keeper of a Disorderly House.
Three People Shot On Dubois Street
Last night at 11:20pm, officers from District B-2 responded to a shooting at 39 Dubois Street. On arrival, officers spoke to witnesses who stated they heard several shots in the area. They stated, when they arrived at 39 Dubois Street they observed the victim’s suffering from gunshot wounds. All three victims were transported to Boston Medical Center and treated for non-life threatening injuries. Officers did recover ballistic evidence at the scene.

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