Daily Incidents F or September 24, 2007

Traffic Stops Ends In ArrestYesterday at 5:47pm, officers from District B-3 conducted a traffic stop in the area of Norwell Street. Officers approached the vehicle and requested the operator’s license and registration. The operator stated to the officer that he did not have a license. The officer then asked the operator is he did not have it in his possession or that he did not have one at all. The operator stated he did not have one at all. Officers had the operator step out of the vehicle to place him under arrest. Officers conducted a pat frisk and immediately felt a hypodermic needle in the suspect’s front pocket. The suspect was asked if he had anything else on his person. The suspect paused for a moment, turned around pushed the officer and took of running. After a brief chase the suspect was apprehended in an open field.
Roberto Rosario, 43, of Roxbury was arrested and charged with Operating after Revocation or Suspension, Resisting Arrest, Possession of Class E, Possession of Class A, Assault and Battery On a Police Officer. Officer recovered drugs from the suspect.
Person Stabbed at Blue Hill Avenue and Brunswick Street
Last night at 9:09pm, officers from District B-2 responded to a radio call for a person stabbed. On arrival, officers observed a male suffering from apparent stab wound to the back and buttocks. The victim stated he was walking in an alley off Brunswick Street when a black male dressed in all black stabbed him with a butterfly knife. The victim was transported to Boston Medical Center and treated for a non-life threatening injury.
Two Suspects Caught in The Act
This morning at 3:34am, officers from District A-7 responded to a radio call for a breaking and entering to a motor vehicle in the area of 113 Sumner Street. Officers were informed that a male in a yellow coat is about to break into a parked gray van and the suspect has something metal in his hands. On arrival, officers spoke with several witnesses who all stated they observed two males in the area. Witnesses also observed another male steal a bicycle and attempted to break into another motor vehicle.
Officers patrolling the area observed a truck with the passenger’s side door ajar and observed a white male with a yellow jacked exiting the vehicle with a wrench in his right hand and other items in his let hand.
Officers also observed the second suspect riding a black bicycle in the area of Paris and Sumner Streets. The second suspect was positively identified by one of the witness.
Two East Boston residents William Flint, 44 was arrested and charged Larceny of Auto accessories and Breaking and Entering of a Motor Vehicle. Michael Westbrook, 46 was arrested and charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Breaking and Entering of a Motor Vehicle, Destruction or Injury of Personal Property and Possession of burglarious Tools.

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