Great Work Recognized: BPD Officers Honored for Their Response After Armed Robbery in Mattapan

Earlier today, on Thursday, November 30, 2017, four of Boston's Finest were honored for their actions in the line of duty at a ceremony held at Boston Police Headquarters. The original facts of the incident are as follows:

On Thursday, September 14, 2017, officers assigned to District B-3 (Mattapan) responded to a call for a shot-spotter activation and an armed robbery call near 1451 Blue Hill Avenue. Officers located a female victim who was able to provide a description of the suspects, which was then broadcast to responding units.

Upon hearing this information, Officers Stephen Puopolo, Dean Quinby, Tyler Briffett and Estenel Veillard, based on their knowledge of recent criminal activity in the area, proceeded to a location near Mattapan Square where they believed the suspects might flee towards. On arrival, they quickly located two individuals fitting the description of the suspects. As the officers approached, the suspects attempted to flee. Officers Veillard and Puopolo were able to disarm the first suspect of a firearm and take him into custody while Officers Briffett and Quinby engaged in a foot chase of the second suspect for several blocks. The officers were able to catch up to the second suspect and take him into custody after a violent struggle.

The suspects were later charged with numerous firearm and assault related offenses.

Two violent offenders and a firearm were removed from the streets of Boston as a direct result of the officer's immediate response, knowledge of their district professionalism and bravery. For their efforts, they are each awarded a Commissioner’s Commendation.

Boston 24 and Public Journal for Thursday, November 30, 2017

Data includes 24 HR PERIOD beginning Wednesday @ 10AM through Thursday @ 10AM

Homicides: 0
Nonfatal Shootings: 0
Nonfatal Stabbings: 1

Street Robberies: 3
Commercial Robberies: 1
Bank Robberies: 0
Other Robberies: 0

Vehicle Thefts: 6
Vehicle Recoveries: 2
Vehicle Breaks: 8

Residential Break-ins: 1
Commercial Break-ins: 0

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Note: The information above is preliminary information, and should not be considered official crime statistics. The information is based on an initial review of incident reports and may not be a comprehensive listing of events. It is not a statistical analysis, but rather an initial tally of significant events.

Boston 24 and Public Journal for Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Data includes 24 HR PERIOD beginning Tuesday @ 10AM through Wednesday @ 10AM

Homicides: 0
Nonfatal Shootings: 0
Nonfatal Stabbings: 5

Street Robberies: 2
Commercial Robberies: 0
Bank Robberies: 0
Other Robberies: 0

Vehicle Thefts: 2
Vehicle Recoveries: 0
Vehicle Breaks: 8

Residential Break-ins: 2
Commercial Break-ins: 0

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Note: The information above is preliminary information, and should not be considered official crime statistics. The information is based on an initial review of incident reports and may not be a comprehensive listing of events. It is not a statistical analysis, but rather an initial tally of significant events.

Missing Person Alert: Angel Serrano

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The Boston Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in efforts to locate 48-year-old Angel Serrano. Mr. Serrano was last seen at his residence in the area of Dickens Street in Dorchester at about 6:00 AM on October 15, 2017. Mr. Serrano is described as a white Hispanic male, about 5’07” tall and 160 lbs. with brown hair and green eyes. Mr. Serrano is known to frequent the Egleston Square area. 

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Angel Serrano is advised to contact 911 or District C-11 detectives directly at (617) 343-4335.
 

One Less Gun: BPD Officers Recover Five Illegal Firearms in Four Separate Incidents, Lock Up Three Suspects

Yesterday, officers across the city recovered five illegally possessed firearms during four separate incidents. All of these recoveries stem from motor vehicle stops initiated by astute, alert officers whose attention to detail allowed them to safely recover the firearms without harm to the officers, suspects, or the community.

Said Police Commissioner William Evans, "This is great police work. Over just the past few days, my officers have proactively taken almost ten illegal firearms off the streets, including the five from yesterday. The officers' actions have undoubtedly prevented shootings and other potentially harmful incidents across the city. I'm thankful and proud of the work we continue to do to make our city safer."

The facts of yesterday's incidents are as follows:

INCIDENT #1: At about 11:10 AM on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, members of the Youth Violence Strike Force conducted a stop of a vehicle for violations of the auto laws in the area of Savin Hill Avenue and Pleasant Street in District C-11 (Dorchester). Officers initially pulled the vehicle over for not having a proper inspection sticker, but after further investigation, learned that the operator was driving with a suspended driver’s license and had an active warrant out of Lynn District Court for the same offense. Officers placed the operator, identified as 25-year-old Edward Long of Dorchester, under arrest and charged him with Operating after Driver’s License Suspended/Revoked. While performing an inventory search of Long’s vehicle prior to towing, officers recovered a loaded SCCY Model CPX-1 9mm handgun with obliterated serial number from a bag inside the car. Long was additionally charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Unlawful Possession of a Large Capacity Feeding Device, Possession of a Firearm with Obliterated Serial Number, and Unlawfully Carrying a Loaded Firearm.

Firearm from Incident #1

Firearm from Incident #1

INCIDENT #2: At about 7:40 PM on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, members of the Youth Violence Strike Force conducted a stop of a vehicle for several violations of the auto laws, including failure to signal and excessive window tint, in the area of Eustis Street and Bethune Way in District B-2 (Roxbury). Officers made contact with the operator, whom they immediately recognized as 27-year-old Tyron Hollins of Dorchester, a person well-known to officers for his role in several firearm-related incidents. After checking the status of Hollins’ license and registration, the officers returned to his vehicle and noticed that the zipper on his pants was down, when it had been zipped up moments before. Suspicious that Hollins may have concealed something in his pants, officers ordered him from the vehicle and conducted a pat frisk. The frisk revealed that Hollins was in fact concealing a loaded Glock Model 22 .40 caliber in the crotch of his pants. Further investigation showed that the firearm had been reported stolen in 2015 out of Washington County, VT. Hollins was arrested and charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Unlawful Possession of a Large Capacity Feeding Device, Unlawfully Carrying a Loaded Firearm, Receiving Stolen Property, and Armed Career Criminal Level I. He was issued a citation for the traffic infractions.

Firearm from Incident #2

Firearm from Incident #2

INCIDENT #3: At about 10:55 PM on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, members of the Youth Violence Strike Force observed a motor vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed in the area of Morton Street in District B-3 (Mattapan). Officers conducted a stop of the vehicle and were informed by the operator, identified as 21-year-old Jerry Gray of Dorchester, that he was not licensed to drive. Officers confirmed this statement and placed Gray under arrest for unlicensed operation. During the inventory search of Gray’s vehicle prior to towing, officers located two loaded firearms in the center console—one Colt .45 Combat Commander handgun and one black Ruger .22 caliber long rifle MKIII that had been reported stolen out of Hemingway, SC in 2016. Officers arrested Gray and charged him with Operating a Motor Vehicle without a License, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm (2 counts), Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Unlawfully Carrying a Loaded Firearm (2 counts), Receiving Stolen Property, and Unlawfully Carrying a Firearm (3rd & subsequent offense).

INCIDENT #4: At about 2:50 AM on Wednesday, November 29, 2017, multiple officers from District B-2 (Roxbury) and canine officers were searching the area of Howland and Waumbeck Streets for a suspect who fled on foot from officers during a traffic stop, when K-9 Duke located a firearm in the suspect’s path of flight. The officers recovered the loaded Hi-Point CF380 with obliterated serial number and processed the scene. The suspect has temporarily made good his escape, however, the incident remains under investigation.

BPD IN THE NEWS: Commissioner Evans Names Superintendent Colm Lydon to Oversee the BPD’s Bureau of Intelligence & Analysis

Today, Tuesday, November 28, 2017, Commissioner William Evans announced the promotion of Colm Lydon, a 35-year veteran of the department, to the rank of Superintendent in charge of the BPD’s Bureau of Intelligence & Analysis which includes supervision of the Boston Regional Intelligence Center which collects, analyzes and shares crime-fighting data with law enforcement partners on the local, state and federal level. Said Commissioner Evans, “I couldn’t think of a better guy to take over the Bureau than Colm. I have nothing but the utmost respect and confidence in his ability to keep our city safe and, there is no question in my mind, he’s going to do a great job.”

Said the newly promoted Lydon, “I’m thankful and humbled by the opportunity to serve the department and the city in this new position. Public safety is our number one priority and I’m grateful to be part of the ongoing effort to keep the city of Boston, its residents and everyone coming into Boston safe.”

To read the full article as it appeared in the Globe, please click on the enclosed link:

https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/11/28/boston-police-commissioner-appoints-new-head-intelligence-unit-keep-boston-safe/mvG8BlrqicEXen0y8rpDVP/story.html

Thank You for Thanking Us: BPD Officers Receive a Thank You Letter from Grateful Victim of Attempted Break-In

Yesterday, four BPD officers were commended for their professional and compassionate actions while responding to an attempted break-in. Although for these officers, 911 calls such as this are all in a day's work, it's not often they are recognized for their deeds. So to Maureen for writing the following, we say, "Thank you for thanking us!"

Police Commissioner Evans,

I returned home from Thanksgiving weekend away to what was an attempted robbery of my home. Three units were rapidly dispatched to my home - two plain clothes officers and two other patrol cars with uniformed officers. All four officers were professional and respectful, but more than anything, very caring and attentive to my situation. I was in shock as to what I found, and they checked to see that my house was empty and assured me the perpetrator didn't gain access.

I want to say how proud I am to have such great officers on duty serving people like me. Unfortunately, I was too distraught to get their names, but all four deserve a great big thank you from their superiors as well as from me. Please give them high marks for their work. 

All the best and keep up the great work! 

-Maureen

One Less Gun: Officers Recover Stolen Firearm, Arrest Female Suspect

At about 1:20 PM on Monday, November 27, 2017, officers from District B-2 (Roxbury) made an on-site firearm arrest in the area of 39 Roxbury Street.

While on patrol, officers observed what appeared to be a hand-to-hand street level drug transaction between a male and a female. Officers were able to stop the female, who during the interaction appeared nervous and continuously fidgeted with her bra and placed her hands in her pockets despite the officers’ orders not to do so. Believing the female may be armed, the officers requested a female officer to conduct a frisk. During the frisk, the officer recovered a loaded black semi-automatic Springfield Armory 9mm handgun and large capacity magazine from the female suspect’s bra. Further investigation revealed that the firearm had been reported stolen out of Alabama. The officers arrested 23-year-old Jamyleah Jones of Dorchester and charged her with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Unlawful Possession of a Large Capacity Feeding Device, Unlawfully Carrying a Loaded Firearm, and Receiving Stolen Property. 

The male involved in the original incident was located, identified, and released.

Death Investigation in the Area of 264 O'Callaghan Way, South Boston

 

At about 11:19 PM on Monday, November 27, 2017, officers from District C-6 (South Boston) responded to a call for a person shot in the area of 264 O'Callaghan Way. Upon arrival, officers located two victims suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. One victim, a 15-year-old male suffering non-life-threatening injuries, was transported to Tufts Medical Center. The second victim, a 16-year-old male, was transported to Boston Medical Center where he was later pronounced deceased.

The Boston Police Department is actively investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding this incident. Anyone with information is asked to call Homicide Detectives at (617) 343-4470.

Community members wishing to assist this investigation anonymously can do so by calling the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1(800)494-TIPS or by texting the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). The Boston Police Department will stringently guard and protect the identities of all those who wish to help this investigation in an anonymous manner.

One Less Gun: Detective Recognizes Suspect Vehicle from Previous Incident, Recovers Illegal Firearm and Arrests Suspect

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At about 5:00 PM on Sunday, November 26, 2017, a detective from District A-7 (East Boston) was on patrol in the area of Bennington and Trident Streets, when his attention was drawn to an individual walking to his car in the nearby restaurant parking lot. The detective noticed that the license plate on the male’s vehicle was bent up making it difficult to read. Finding this suspicious, the officer followed the motor vehicle out of the parking lot until he could make out the plate number, at which time the detective noted that the plate and vehicle description matched that of a car involved in an unrelated assault and battery incident that the detective was investigating. During that incident, it was reported that the suspects of the A&B fled in the above vehicle and may be in possession of a firearm. Given this information, the detective made a stop of the motor vehicle. 

Upon approaching, he observed the operator moving around nervously and appeared to reach under his seat. When the detective asked what he was nervous about, the operator produced four bags of marijuana from the center console. The operator continued to move erratically and bang on the steering wheel. Concerned for his safety, the detective requested additional units and ordered the operator out of the vehicle. Once the operator was out of the vehicle, the detective shined his flashlight on the floor near the operator’s seat and observed what appeared to be the handle of a firearm. Further investigation revealed it was a loaded Smith & Wesson .40 caliber handgun. Officers also recovered a digital scale from the driver’s seat. The operator, identified as 21-year-old Jamal Molina of Hyde Park, was arrested and charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Unlawful Possession of a High Capacity Feeding Device, and Possession with Intent to Distribute Class D (Marijuana).

Boston 72: Weekend Update and Public Journal

Data includes 72 HR PERIOD beginning Friday @ 10AM through Monday @ 10AM

Homicides: 0
Nonfatal Shootings: 3
Nonfatal Stabbings: 4

Street Robberies: 5
Commercial Robberies: 0
Bank Robberies: 0
Other Robberies: 1

Vehicle Thefts: 5
Vehicle Recoveries: 1
Vehicle Breaks: 21

Residential Break-ins: 13
Commercial Break-ins: 0

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Note: The information above is preliminary information, and should not be considered official crime statistics. The information is based on an initial review of incident reports and may not be a comprehensive listing of events. It is not a statistical analysis, but rather an initial tally of significant events.

Daily Dose of Great Police Work: BPD Officers Arrest Two Suspects After Non-Fatal Shooting in Dorchester

 

At about 2:11 PM on Saturday, November 25, 2017, officers assigned to the Youth Violence Strike Force placed two suspects in custody after a shooting in the area of Harvard and Warner Streets in Dorchester. The officers were in the area on directed patrol when they heard the sound shots being fired nearby. The officers searched the area and immediately located a 30-year-old male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds who was then transported to an area hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Based on the observations of the officers, additional responding units were able to quickly apprehend two male suspects, Mackenzie Guillaume, 27, of Mattapan and Hubman Hunter, 25, of Dorchester in the area of Centre Street and Talbot Avenue. Both suspects will appear in Dorchester District Court on charges of Assault with Intent to Murder, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Assault and Battery by means of a Dangerous Weapon and Discharging a Firearm within 500 Feet of a Dwelling.

Said Commissioner Evans, "An incident like this continues to show that my officers are out there every day in the neighborhoods we serve. They were in the right place at the right time and responded immediately to this brazen act of violence in broad daylight. I can't thank them enough for their bravery and their professionalism. I’m grateful that no one else was hurt and that those responsible are in custody.”

Thank You for Thanking Us: Community member takes time to recognize two big-hearted cops in JP, District E-13 Officers Billy Jones & George Kayes

Officer Billy Jones (left) and Officer George Kayes (right) are assigned to District E-13 in Jamaica Plain

BPD especially proud of District E-13 Officers Billy Jones and George Kayes and the community member who took the time to write the following: “If you live in Jamaica Plain then you probably recognize these two lovable, affable, congenial fellows! These two police officers serve and protect 02130, and they maintain order and prevent mayhem. But you’d be mistaken if you thought that was the extent of it. If you think there just two Boston cops walking the beat, let me tell you, there’s way more more substance to this pair than you can imagine!!! So, on this, Day #22 of GRATEFUL NOVEMBER, I give you Community Service Officers George Kayes & Billy Jones of the BPD and my heart! I first got to know George & Billy while attending JP's weekly Tuesday Hot Dog Night on South Street. Sure, they’d eat a frankfurter while attending the event, but deep down in my heart and soul, I know that these two came for way more than just the food. They came for the kids of the neighbor who were hungry for some positive attention and great role models. When George & Billy show up in their cruiser, the kids go crazy!!! Cheering and yelling that Officer George and Officer Billy have arrived. These guys make it a point to learn these kids' names, to understand their circumstances, and to interact with them in the kindest and gentlest way. George & Billy spend every summer Tuesday evening demonstrating by example to the youth of Jamaica Plain that the police are in place to guide and help, not reprimand and criticize. George & Billy have HUGE personalities and even bigger capacities to love. And they spread it among all of these kids who adore, revere, and honor this duet in return. So for all that and then some, I say thank you George and Billy for giving of yourselves to Boston's most impressionable youth.”

Making a Difference: Group "Code Listen" Brings People Together with Music

Code Listen--a musical group comprised of police officers, Boston youth, and survivors of homicide victims--has a message for the people of Boston and all the people around the world this holiday season, and that message is, "LISTEN". Said Boston Police Detective Jeremiah Benton, "In order to enjoy music, one has to listen. And that's the message I deliver to anyone that I teach--you HAVE to listen. You can't go in with your own preconceived ideas and then try to shape reality into what you believe is fact. No, you go in, listen to people, and hear what their reality is, and then deal with that. Because that is, in fact, their truth."

On this Thanksgiving Day, let's all take time to listen to each other so that we may better understand and, in turn, learn to make the world a better place for all.

Boston Police Arrest Suspect Relative to Death Investigation in the Area of 34 Temple Street, West Roxbury

 

At about 6:19 AM on Sunday, November 19, 2017, officers assigned to District E-5 (West Roxbury) responded to a call for a found body inside of 34 Temple Street in West Roxbury. Upon arrival, officers located a 40-year-old male victim suffering from undetermined traumatic injuries. The victim was pronounced deceased at the scene. The victim has since been identified as 40-year-old Brian M. Sweeney of West Roxbury.

Only three days later, on Wednesday, November 22, 2017, detectives from the Boston Police Homicide Unit identified, located, and arrested 39-year-old Nathurlon Munnerlyn of West Roxbury for his role in the homicide of Mr. Sweeney. Munnerlyn will be charged with Murder and arraigned in West Roxbury District Court.

"I'm always concerned when there is a homicide in Boston; even one is too many," said Commissioner William Evans. "But when we do have an unfortunate untimely death in our city, I am confident that my officers and detectives will work around the clock until we apprehend the person responsible and bring him to justice for the victim and his family. Recently, my homicide detectives have been able to build strong cases and swiftly arrest the suspects in several cases, including this one. Although I realize nothing can bring these victims back, I hope, especially going into this holiday season, these arrests can bring some solace and peace to the victims' families."

UPDATE: BPD Continues to Seek Public's Help in Effort to Identify Trio of Suspects Wanted in Connection to Series of Armed Robberies in Boston

The Boston Police Department is updating an earlier community alert issued on November 9, 2017 to include two additional robberies which occurred on Saturday, November 18, 2017 on Blue Hill Ave in Mattapan. If you choose to review the earlier post, please click on the accompanying link: http://bpdnews.com/news/2017/11/9/bpd-community-alert-boston-police-investigating-series-of-armed-robberies-in-hyde-park-west-roxbury-roslindale-and-roxbury.

At present, detectives are investigating a series of armed robberies of convenience stores in four Boston neighborhoods over the past several days. The robberies, dates and locations, are listed below:

  • Thursday, 11/2/17, 10:40 PM, Fairmount Avenue, HP
  • Saturday, 11/4/17, 10:04 PM, River Street, HP
  • Saturday, 11/4/17, 10:29 PM, South Street, Roslindale
  • Sunday, 11/5/17, 11:00 PM, Warren Street, Roxbury
  • Tuesday, 11/7/17, 9:30 PM, Belgrade Avenue, Roslindale
  • Saturday, 11/18/17, 5:38pm, 1553 Blue Hill Ave, Mattapan
  • Saturday, 11/18/17, 6:18pm, 1549 Blue Hill Ave, Mattapan

In each of the incidents, three males (see images provided) entered the aforementioned stores and demanded money from registers and safes located inside the businesses. In all of the incidents, at least one of the suspects appears to be armed with a black firearm. The suspects are described as black males, approximately 25 to 30 years old, wearing hooded sweatshirts pulled over their heads and faces, latex gloves, ski masks and bandanas.

The Boston Police Department is actively reviewing the facts and circumstances surrounding these incidents. Anyone with information relative to the identities or whereabouts of the suspects seen in the images is asked to contact the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1(800)494-TIPS or by texting the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). The Boston Police Department will stringently guard and protect the identities of all those who wish to help this investigation in an anonymous manner.

It's Turkey Time! Boston Police Officers Distribute Hundreds of Turkeys to People in Need

This week, in the spirit of giving and thanks, Boston police officers across the city gave away hundreds of turkeys and Thanksgiving trimmings to those in need.

For over ten years, BPD District E-5 (West Roxbury) and Roche Brothers Supermarkets have teamed up to donate turkeys to the less fortunate in and around the West Roxbury and Roslindale areas. Members of the Youth Violence Strike Force gave away 275 turkeys and 50 pies to various organizations, including the New England Veterans Shelter, parish churches, and Boston community centers. District E-13 (Jamaica Plain) Community Service Officers and student helpers from the Margarita Muñiz Academy assembled over 20 Thanksgiving dinner boxes with Thanksgiving turkeys and side dishes, and distributed them to local families in need, with special deliveries made to elderly residents. aptain Fong and his follow officers in District A-1 (Downtown) took some time out from their busy schedules to deliver turkeys to homeless veterans in downtown Boston.

We hope these small gestures will go far in making this year's Thanksgiving a bright one for everyone in Boston. To all, we wish a Happy Thanksgiving from the Boston Police Department!

One Less Gun: Officers Arrest Two Suspects, Recover Two Firearms in Two Separate Incidents

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INCIDENT #1: At about 2:30 PM on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, members of the Youth Violence Strike Force responded to a call for an armed robbery in the area of 124 Harvard Street, Dorchester. A description of the five suspects was broadcast over the radio, and while patrolling the area, officers observed five individuals fitting those descriptions walking on Washington Street near Vassar Street. Officers recognized one of the individuals from recent incidents. The officers also observed that everyone in the group was constantly looking around in a hypervigilant manner and would split up then reconvene for no apparent reason. Officers maintained surveillance of the group and were ultimately able to stop them to conduct an inquiry near 270 Columbia Road. Due to the call for the armed robbery, officers’ knowledge of the individuals, and their nervous demeanor, the officers conducted a pat frisk for their safety. As a result, officers recovered a loaded Beretta 950BS .25 caliber firearm from the front jacket pocket of 18-year-old Jahmar Clarke of Dorchester. Officers arrested Clarke and charged him with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Unlawfully Carrying a Loaded Firearm, and Carrying a Firearm on a School Campus.

INCIDENT #2: At about 2:45 AM on Wednesday, November 22, 2017, officers from District B-3 (Mattapan) responded to a call for shots fired in the area of 16 Rexford Street. Officers were informed that the two suspects were seen wearing dark clothing and running down Rexford toward Cummins Highway. Officers, who were already in the immediate area on an unrelated call, observed a motor vehicle idling at the corner of Rexford and Cummins Highway, with a male wearing dark clothing in the driver’s seat. Officers approached the vehicle and conducted an inquiry of the driver. Due to the operator’s evasive answers to the officers’ questions and the call for shots fired, officers ordered the operator out of the car and conducted a pat frisk for their safety. During the pat frisk, officers recovered a loaded SCCY CPX2 from the operator’s pocket. Officers arrested 33-year-old Kaamal Stewart of Mattapan and charged him with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Unlawfully Carrying a Loaded Weapon, Possession of a Firearm with Obliterated Serial Number, and Operating a Motor Vehicle after License Suspended/Revoked (2nd & Subsequent Offense).

Boston 24 and Public Journal for Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Data includes 24 HR PERIOD beginning Monday @ 10AM through Tuesday @ 10AM

Homicides: 0
Nonfatal Shootings: 0
Nonfatal Stabbings: 1

Street Robberies: 2
Commercial Robberies: 1
Bank Robberies: 0
Other Robberies: 0

Vehicle Thefts: 1
Vehicle Recoveries: 3
Vehicle Breaks: 6

Residential Break-ins: 6
Commercial Break-ins: 0

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Note: The information above is preliminary information, and should not be considered official crime statistics. The information is based on an initial review of incident reports and may not be a comprehensive listing of events. It is not a statistical analysis, but rather an initial tally of significant events.