Boston Police Incidents for December 26, 2005

Two Texas Men Robbed of CashAbout 7:30am Christmas morning, two Texas men were robbed of about $300.00 while walking on Tremont Street near Stuart Street. The suspects, two black males wearing dark clothing, approached the men stating they had a knife and took money from one of the victims. Both suspects fled on foot. Neither victim suffered any injury. Juvenile Shot in Dorchester in Stable Condition Officers from District 3 responded to 6 Fermoy Heights Ave around 2pm yesterday for a person shot. A juvenile was found suffering from a gunshot wound to the jaw and neck area. The victim was taken to Boston Medical Center and is listed in stable condition. No motive or arrests at this time. Shots Fired in Grove Hall, No Injuries Reported Officers from District 2 responded to 49 Holborn Street, Roxbury at 2:49pm on a report of shots fired in the area. Several pieces of ballistic evidence were recovered from in front of that address as well as from the front porch. No injuries were reported and the investigation continues. Elderly Male Robbed Walking on Newbury Street A 65-year-old male was robbed of $80.00 at 8:50 last night while he walked along Newbury Street. Five suspects approached the victim one stating he had a knife, and took money from the victim’s pocket. The victim was not hurt during the ordeal and the suspects fled on foot. A search of the area was made to no avail.