Daily Incidents for March 5, 2006

Mac Finds Himself in a Little TroubleBoston officers working in District 2 observed Mac Little, 46, of Norton using a parking lot in the Dudley Triangle as a urinal yesterday morning at 10:47am. The suspect was arrested and later found to be in possession of marijuana. In addition to the Possession of Class D and Open and Gross Lewdness Charge, the suspect is wanted in Chelsea Court for Trafficking Cocaine, and Possession with Intent to Distribute Class B and E in a School Zone. Little will be arraigned in Roxbury Court. Suspect Arrested Downtown with Stolen Credit Card David Addario, 20, of Revere, wasn’t too successful putting on the Ritz when he was caught using a stole credit card at the Ritz Carlton Hotel. Police from District 1 responded to the hotel last night at 10:12pm after security called them to report the suspect was attempting to pay for a room with a stolen credit card. The suspect was arrested for Receiving Stolen Goods, Uttering False Writings, and for a warrant out of Leominster District Court for Violations of the Auto Laws. Homeless Male Treated for Burns After Assault in Park This morning at 1:53am officers from District 1 responded to a radio call for a report of two black males assaulting a white male inside the park on Commercial Street in Boston’s North End. The officers observed five foot flames in a grassy area inside the park near the waters edge. The victim, a 30-year-old homeless male was found lying about ten feet away from the flames. The victim reports that while sleeping in the park, he woke up after being kicked in the stomach by two suspects. The victim went back to sleep only to awake to the same suspects pouring an unknown liquid on his body. One of the two suspects then ignited the liquid and set the victim on fire. The two suspects described as 30-year-old black males, about 6” one with one wearing a black “white sox” hat fled on foot toward North Washington Street. The suspect suffered burns to his legs and was transported to the Massachusetts General Hospital for further treatment. Stolen Starburst Lead to Stabbing Officers from District 4 responded to a report of a stabbing at 252 West Newton Street this morning at 1:18am. When the officers arrived at the 7-11 Store, they found the victim sitting behind the counter bleeding from his left abdomen. According to witnesses at the scene, two suspects entered the store and began stealing items. The victim, a 47-year-old male from Quincy, confronted the two males at the door inside the store. The victim was dragged outside by the suspects and stabbed by the suspect described as an unknown black male, 6’2”, with braided hair, and a black jacket and sunglasses. The suspects fled in an unknown direction. The victim was transported to the Brigham and Woman’s Hospital where he was treated for a non-life threatening stab wound.