Boston Police Incidents for December 23, 2005

Man Arrested For O.U.I. With His 4 year-old Daughter As Passenger Police Officers from District 6 responded to a call for a motor vehicle accident at 1600hrs on 12/22/05 at Massachusetts Ave. and Newmarket Street. Their investigation led to the arrest of James Sackie 46, of Boston for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol. The suspect had his 4 year-old daughter in his motor vehicle. The 4 year-old daughter was not injured, but was taken to Boston Medical Center for evaluation whereupon her mother was notified. Man Falls from Window to Escape Attack About 0100hrs on 12/23/05, Police Officers from District 4 responding to a call for a person that had fallen from a window, found a victim at 133 Northampton Street suffering from injuries. Witnesses indicated that the 39 year-old victim was seen hanging from the window prior to falling to the ground. Officers learned that the victim was attempting to flee from a suspect armed with a knife. The suspect fled the scene prior to police arrival. The victim was treated for non-life threatening injuries. Two Men Arrested for Tagging in Allston Police Officers assigned to District 14 in Allston/Brighton arrested two men for Tagging along the Massachusetts Turnpike at 0108hrs on 12/23/05. Lawrence Wardrop 21, of Weymouth and Daniel McGinnis 22, of Kingston were both arrested after Officers observed them with cans of spray paint and their fingertips covered in paint. Man Arrested After Operating Wrong Way On Commonwealth Ave. A 43 year-old man who recently returned from California, was placed under arrest in Allston, for operating without a license after traveling the wrong way in a motor vehicle on Commonwealth Ave in Allston at 0215hrs on 12/23/05. Louie Spadorcia was placed under arrest by Police Officers from District 14. 21 Year-Old Dorchester Man Arrested for Unarmed Robbery in South End At 0320hrs on 12/23/05 a Police Officer from District 4 and a Security Officer heard a women screaming on Gainsborough Street and then observed the women chasing a black male screaming, “he took my bag”. The Officer with assistance from the security guard placed William Tooley 21, of Dorchester under arrest after a foot chase and ensuing struggle.