Boston Police Incidents for December 31, 2005

614 Blue Hill Avenue ShootingLast night at 17:09 officers responded to the Hip Zepi Store on a report of a person shot. On arrival, officers found a 24-year-old white-hispanic male suffering from a gunshot wound. He was transported to the Boston Medical Center where he is being treated for a non-life threatening wound. A vehicle has been towed and a search warrant is being executed on the vehicle and an address on Stanwood Street. Two individuals were taken to B-3 for questioning. No arrests have been made. The incident is still under investigation. Five Arrested on Warrants and Firearms Charges on Dewey Street Yesterday morning at 09:30 officers from District 2 responded to 6 Dewey Street on a report of an individual wanted on an arrest warrant. On arrival officers found a 16-year-old male with a Probation/Parole Warrant. In the same room was Donnie Reed, 23, of Roxbury who was also wanted on a Dorchester Court warrant for Destruction of Personal Property. He was also found to be in possession of a 40-caliber firearm with a loaded high capacity magazine. Also found in the apartment were a 14-year-old female from Mattapan wanted on two outstanding warrants for ABDW; a 12-year-old male from Roxbury wanted on five warrants for Armed, Unarmed Robbery and other charges. Octavius Maestre, 17, of Dorchester was also arrested on a DYS Probation/Parole warrant. All five were arraigned in various courts. Two People Stabbed in East Boston This morning at 03:30 officers from District 7 responded to the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center on a report of two people stabbed. A third victim was also punched and kicked. According to witnesses, Danillo Quintao, 21, of East Boston stabbed a 26, and 39 year-old, hispanic male from East Boston. He also punched and kicked a 39-year-old male from East Boston at Shelby and Princeton Street. All three were treated for non-life threatening injuries, and Quintao was arrested and will be arraigned in East Boston District Court on Tuesday. Seaver Street Gun Arrest Armed with information, members of the C-11 Drug Control Unit froze an apartment while applying for a search warrant at 286 Seaver Street in Roxbury. At about 19:30, officers entered the dwelling and informed Henry Jurdan, 47; of Roxbury that the apartment was being frozen while a search warrant was obtained. Jurdan asked officers if he could use the phone. The officers allowed Jurdan to use the phone at which time he attempted to open a bureau drawer where a firearm was located. He was placed under arrest and transported to District 2. He will be charged with unlawful possession of a firearm. Biker Arrested with Firearm Members of the Youth Violence Strike Force arrested Grant Headley, 17, of Dorchester for firearms violations last night at about 22:30. Police observed Headley riding his bicycle on Harvard and Greenwood Street. When Headley observed the police he fell of his bike and began to flee on foot. Officers recovered the suspect and a loaded .38 caliber firearm. Have a Safe and Happy New Year