POLICE SEEK PUBLIC’S HELP IN THEIR EFFORTS TO LOCATE A MOTOR VEHICLE WANTED IN CONNECTION WITH AN INCIDENT AT 1556 BLUE HILL AVENUE

At about 9:51am, on Tuesday, May 26, 2009, officers from Area B-3 (Mattapan) responded to a radio call for an Assault & Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon (car) in the area of 1556 Blue Hill Avenue (Mobile Gas Station) in Mattapan. On arrival, officers spoke to victim #1 who stated that he was walking on Babson Street towards Blue Hill Avenue when a motor vehicle, turning into the Mobile Gas Station, came close to striking him. After almost being struck, victim #1 stated that he yelled at the driver. Specifically, victim #1 says he yelled, “You almost hit me.\” To which, the driver replied, “Don’t (expletive) with me. I’m having a bad day.” When asked to describe the car, victim #1 described the suspect’s motor vehicle as a black SUV with Georgia license plates. Witnesses described the operator as a black female, approximately 22 – 25 years old.According to victim #1, the suspect parked her car and then entered the store. While the suspect was exiting the store, a friend to victim #1, herein referred to as victim #2, approached the suspect and stated, “You almost hit my friend.” At this point, victim #2 states that the suspect re-entered her motor vehicle and began revving the engine. In short time, additional witnesses say the suspect began driving in circles around the gas pumps in such a way as to scare and intimidate victims #1 and #2. Witnesses say the suspect then drove towards the victims, hitting the building several times and a flower pot. Officers observed damage to the front of the building and the flower pot.
Officers promptly broadcast a description of the suspect and her car over the police radio. However, a search of the area proved to be unsuccessful.
The Boston Police Department is actively investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding this incident. Anyone with information is strongly encouraged to contact CrimeStoppers at 1(800) 494-TIPS or text the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). The Boston Police Department will stringently protect the identity of those wishing to assist this investigation in an anonymous manner.

POLICE SEEK PUBLIC’S HELP IN THEIR EFFORTS TO LOCATE A MOTOR VEHICLE WANTED IN CONNECTION WITH AN INCIDENT AT 1556 BLUE HILL AVENUE

At about 9:51am, on Tuesday, May 26, 2009, officers from Area B-3 (Mattapan) responded to a radio call for an Assault & Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon (car) in the area of 1556 Blue Hill Avenue (Mobile Gas Station) in Mattapan. On arrival, officers spoke to victim #1 who stated that he was walking on Babson Street towards Blue Hill Avenue when a motor vehicle, turning into the Mobile Gas Station, came close to striking him. After almost being struck, victim #1 stated that he yelled at the driver. Specifically, victim #1 says he yelled, “You almost hit me.\” To which, the driver replied, “Don’t (expletive) with me. I’m having a bad day.” When asked to describe the car, victim #1 described the suspect’s motor vehicle as a black SUV with Georgia license plates. Witnesses described the operator as a black female, approximately 22 – 25 years old.According to victim #1, the suspect parked her car and then entered the store. While the suspect was exiting the store, a friend to victim #1, herein referred to as victim #2, approached the suspect and stated, “You almost hit my friend.” At this point, victim #2 states that the suspect re-entered her motor vehicle and began revving the engine. In short time, additional witnesses say the suspect began driving in circles around the gas pumps in such a way as to scare and intimidate victims #1 and #2. Witnesses say the suspect then drove towards the victims, hitting the building several times and a flower pot. Officers observed damage to the front of the building and the flower pot.
Officers promptly broadcast a description of the suspect and her car over the police radio. However, a search of the area proved to be unsuccessful.
The Boston Police Department is actively investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding this incident. Anyone with information is strongly encouraged to contact CrimeStoppers at 1(800) 494-TIPS or text the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). The Boston Police Department will stringently protect the identity of those wishing to assist this investigation in an anonymous manner.