Daily Incidents for September 16, 2006

Bank Robbery Suspect Wanted in DorchesterOfficers from District 2 responded to 585 Columbia Road shortly before noon yesterday on a report of a robbery at the Sovereign Bank. According to witnesses on scene a white male entered the bank and approached a teller cutting the line inside the bank. While at the teller’s window the suspect passed a note and made threats. The suspect fled the bank after robbing it of an undisclosed amount of U.S. Currency. District Detectives and the Bank Robbery Task Force are currently investigating this robbery. Six Juveniles Arrested After Calumet Street Stabbing Last night at 9:36pm, officers from District 2 responded to an address on Calumet Street on a report of a stabbing. On arrival officers spoke to the victims a 17 and 18-year old male from Roxbury who stated while walking on Calumet toward Parker Hill Street they were jumped by a group of males and stabbed. The victims were transported to the Brigham and Woman’s Hospital and the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center where they were treated for non-life threatening injuries. Police broadcast a description of the suspects over police radios and within minutes of the broadcast, an officer from the Boston Housing Authority observed six individuals matching the description of the wanted suspects at St Alphonsus and Smith Streets. Police stopped the group and arrested a 10,11, 12, 13, 13, and 14 year-old males from Roxbury and Dorchester. All six were charged with Delinquency to wit: Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon (Knife). They will all be arraigned in the Boston Juvenile Court on Monday morning. East Boston Officers Arrest Three Drinking in the Park Three individuals were observed last night at 8:15pm sitting in the bleachers at 200 Condor Street in East Boston. Officers from District 7 approached the group to investigate and observed them drinking alcohol in public. Police arrested Angel DelValle, 22, of Stoughton, Roberto Cuevas, 24, of Chelsea and Jack Gomes, 23, of Malden. All three will be arraigned on Monday morning in the East Boston District Court. 15-year-old Arrested with Firearm in Dorchester At about 6:30pm on Friday night officers from District 3 observed a 15-year-old male make eye contact with them and place both hands on his waist, quickly change direction and begin to flee at a fast pace. When officers made verbal commands for the suspect to stop he began to sprint away from the officers. Officers eventually stopped the suspect in the area of 50 Corbet Street where they recovered a loaded firearm with obliterated serial numbers from the suspect’s waist area. The juvenile from Roxbury was placed under arrest and will be arraigned on Monday morning in the Dorchester District Court where he will be charged with Delinquency to wit: Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Possession of a Loaded Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, and Possession of a Firearm with Altered Serial Numbers.