Boston Police Daily Incidents for April 4, 2006

Car Damaged by Falling DebrisAt 6:10am this morning officers from District 1 responded to 139 High Street on a report of a Hazardous Condition. A victim reported to officers that her parked motor vehicle was struck by falling debris from a construction project at the High Street building. It appeared as though a piece of a sign under construction fell from the building and landed on the victim’s parked 2000 Mercury Villager causing damage. No injuries were reported and Inspectional Services was notified and responded. Suspects Sought in JP Home Invasion At 2:45am this morning District 13 officers responded to 82 Minden Street on a report of a home invasion. According to the victim two masked men broke into his apartment brandishing a firearm and demanded money and jewelry from the victim. The suspects are described as both Hispanic males with a slim build and wearing ski masks. They tied the victim’s hands and feet before fleeing the area with cash and jewelry. This incident is under investigation. Unlawful Brighton Massage Parlor Shut Down As a result of an on-going investigation Detectives from District 14 and Special Agents from the Immigration Custom Enforcement and FBI went to 1284 Commonwealth Avenue at 5:49pm last night to execute a search warrant. Guang Bao Sun, 51, was arrested inside after officers identified themselves as police. Sun will be charged with: Maintaining a House for Immoral Purposes, Procuring a Prostitute, Deriving Support from the Earnings of a Prostitute and Sex for a Fee. Immigration officials took a second Asian female into custody. Officers seized several cell phones and written ledgers from inside the house. This investigation is on going.