WEAPON OF CHOICE: COFFEEAt about 7:50 am, on Wednesday, March 7, 2007, officers from District D-4 responded to a radio call for a person throwing a cup of coffee on another person. On arrival, officers spoke to the victim who stated, “the coffee hurts.” Officers observed what appeared to be a brown liquid (possibly coffee) on the victim’s face. Witnesses told officers that they observed a black male arguing with the victim. Mack Andrew Fisher, 57, of Mattapan was arrested and charged with Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon. DUMB CRIMINAL At about 12:49 pm, Wednesday, March 7, 2007, officers from District 14 responded to a radio call for a carjacking on Lincoln Street in Brighton. While en route to the call, officers were told that the victim could be found standing by a pay phone near the incident. On arrival, officers spoke to the victim who stated that she was on her way to the bank to make a deposit for her employer when a man walked up to her car and yelled, “Get out of the truck.” Victim further stated that it appeared that the suspect had a gun. Victim then told officers she exited the car and the suspect took off down the street in her motor vehicle. A short time later, officers were able to locate the victim’s motor vehicle. While recovering the car, officers were then approached by a witness who stated that she observed a white female park the car and then nervously walk away from it. The description of the female walking away from the car just so happened to match the description of the victim. When officers further questioned the victim, the victim then changed her story. The victim (now the suspect) admitted to stealing the money and also told officers that the carjacking never happened. Officers then arrested Susan Shea, 42, of Allston, and charged her with Providing a False Report of a Crime and Larceny Over $250.00. HERE’S SPITTING AT YOU About 5:40pm, on Wednesday, March 7, 2007, officers from the Youth Violence Strike Force observed a number of youths loitering in front of a store at 90 Glenway Street in Dorchester. The above location was adorned with several signs, which read “No Loitering” and “No Trespassing”. When officers made the youths aware of the signage, the youths became verbally abusive. Moreover, one of the males began spitting in the direction of the officers. Officers quickly told the male in question that spitting toward the officers wasn’t a very bright thing to do. Undeterred, the suspect continued to verbally abuse the officers. However, when he, again, spit at them, officers then arrested Harvey Patterson, 17, of Dorchester and charged him with Disorderly Conduct.