Daily Incidents For November 22, 2006

Armed Robbery of StarbucksLast night around 7:13pm, officers in District 1 responded to a radio call for an armed robbery by at 222 Cambridge Street. On arrival officers spoke with the caller who stated a female and a male walked into the shop. The female displayed a handgun and demanded money. Both suspects fled the scene with an undermined amount of cash. Unarmed Robbery This morning around 1:39am, officers in District 1 responded to a radio call for a robbery in progress at 150 Kneeland Street. On arrival officers spoke with the victim who stated she was walking down Utica St. towards Kneeland St. when a suspect came up behind her and stole her purse off her shoulder. The victim stated that the suspect took off running down Utica Street. Officers were unable to locate the suspect. Three Arrested for Affray at the Avenue Tavern Around 1:59am, this morning officers in District 3 were on a fixed post to monitor the crowd at the Avenue Tavern Pub. Officers observed a group of about 7 to 10 women entangled, punching, kicking and pushing each other. After several warnings officers were able to separate all parties. As officers attempted to clear the area another fight broke out. Ebonne McGee 18, Krystal Osorio 21, both of Roxbury and Kim Satchebell, 28, Texas, were all arrested and charged with Affray. Person Stabbed In Roxbury At 2:48am, officers in District 2 responded to a radio call for a person stabbed at 296 Dudley Street. On arrival officers spoke with the caller who stated someone rang the bell and needed the police. The caller stated that someone drove the victim to the hospital prior to police arrival. Officers responded to Boston Medical on a report of a walk-in stabbed victim. The victim stated he was in front of 296 Dudley Street, when a black vehicle stopped and three suspects jumped out and began beating him. He stated at some point one of the suspects stabbed him. The victim stated the suspects fled in a black vehicle onto Dearborn Street. The victim was transported to Boston Medical Center and treated for non-life threatening stab wound.