The Boston Police Department is pleased to announce that this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade was conducted in a successful manner as thousands attended and enjoyed this year’s festivities and parade. The Boston Police Department in conjunction with assisting agencies arrested 11 individuals for various offenses ranging from fighting to disorderly conduct and issued 363 citations.
The following individuals were arrested and charged with the attached charges:
- Dana G. Goodwin, 21 of Weymouth– Assault and Battery
- John Dunkle, 23 of South Boston– Assault and Battery, Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon, and Destruction of Personal Property
- Bryan J. Errico, 21 of Weymouth – Disorderly Conduct and Affray
- Scott Ferris, 25 of South Boston– Possession of Class B
- Kevin Iafrate, 22 of Brockton– Affray, Indecent Exposure, Possession of Class E and Disorderly Conduct
- Shane C. Maloney, 19 of Randolph– Affray and Resisting Arrest
- Patrick B. McNamara, 20 of Randolph– Affray and Resisting Arrest
- Ramon L. Casado, Jr., 21 of Weymouth– Affray and Resisting Arrest
- Ryan Drew, 19 of Quincy– Affray
- John Weeks, 19 of Randolph– Unarmed Assault, Affray and Resisting Arrest
- The 11th individual was arrested by Mass. State PD
In preparation for the parade, the Boston Police Department, in collaboration with several other agencies, worked hard to come up with and implement a proactive plan to ensure the safety of attendees and a trouble free environment for all those attending this year’s parade.
The Boston Police Department would like to thank the following agencies for their help and assistance in helping this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade to be a safe, well attended family event.
Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services
Boston Fire Department
Massachusetts State Police
MBTA Transit Police
Boston Transportation Department
Boston Public Works
All uniformed Boston Police Officers assigned to the Parade Route