Boston Police Incidents for February 10, 2006

Attempted Larceny on Newbury St.Yesterday at 12:50pm, an officer from District 4 responded to 232 Newbury St. where an employee observed a customer acting suspicious. The customer, a 35-year-old Asian man from New York, attempted to pay for his purchase with a credit card that didn’t match his identification. When the store manager delayed to give the man his card back, he fled the store without his credit card and license. He has not been found. Firearm Recovered in Dorchester Members of the Youth Violence Strike Force assigned to District 11 observed a car parked at Waldeck/Tonawanda St at 8:45pm. Officers observed the passengers leave the car then run down the street, throwing an unknown object into a vacant lot as they ran. Officers recovered a firearm from the vacant lot and the suspects were detained. Man Shot on Beale St. Last night at 9:21pm, officers in District 11 responded to 4 Beale St. on shots fired and a person shot. The victim was found on the sidewalk with multiple gunshot wounds and was transported to an area hospital. Evidence from the crime scene was collected and the investigation continues. The victim remains in critical condition. Roxbury Man Arrested for Graffiti About 10:13pm last night, officers from District 2 observed a suspect with an aerosol can of paint tagging the side of Claudia’s Supermarket at 160 Humboldt Ave. The suspect, an 18-year-old from Roxbury, was arrested and charged with Vandalism. Five Arrested for Party in Allston Officers from District 14 responded to 235 Everett St. at 12:30am after hearing loud music and observing 20 to 30 people hanging out in front of the apartment building. When the officers entered the building, they noticed about 200 people inside the apartment. They asked people to leave and then placed the tenants of the building under arrest for Keeper of Disorderly House and Disturbing the Peace. A few individuals refused to leave the party, and they were arrested for Disturbing the Peace as well.