Three Nabbed in Prostitution StingBetween 11:15pm on Friday, June 8 and 12:30am on Saturday morning June 9, 2007, officers from District B-2 arrested three females for soliciting an undercover police officer for illicit sex acts. Regina Johnson, 39, of Dorchester, Ailvera Hicks, 35, of Roxbury and Laurie Ralphs, 44, of Boston were all arrested in the area of Blue Hill Avenue and Standwood Street. They all face charges of Sex for a Fee. Four Arrested For Assault and Battery This morning at 2:56am, officers from District A-1 entered the parking lot at 260 Tremont Street to investigate a report of an ongoing fight. As officers entered the second floor of the garage they heard two groups of males yelling at each other and observed one of the parties running to two parked cars. Officers observed that several members of this party appeared to be putting their belts back into their pants. One ground jumped into one of the vehicles and fled the area. Police stopped the second vehicle before they could flee the area. Officers spoke with the victims who stated that the suspects attacked them while they were in their vehicle. The victim stated that one of the suspects kicked the front passenger side window causing it to shatter. The victims further stated that they were repeatedly punched and struck multiple times with belts. Officers were informed that they were driving in the parking lot at a slow speed, which caused the victims in their motor vehicle to beep the horn at them. At that time the suspects exited their vehicle and got into a physical altercation with the victims. Four Worcester residents Anh Luong, 20, Dung Pham, 20, My Diep, 21, and Phung Ta, 21 were all arrested and charged with Assault and Battery by means of a Dangerous Weapon and Destruction or Injury of Personal Property. Officers recovered one silver colored belt buckle on the ground where the altercation had taken place. Three of the victims sustained minor injuries and declined medical attention. Person Shot in Roxbury This morning at 3:01am,officers from District B-2 responded to a radio call for a walk-in gunshot victim at Boston Medical Center. Officers were informed that there were possibly two suspects involved in the shooting that occurred at Dacia and Quincy Streets. Officers spoke with the victim who stated he was sitting in the rear seat, when a black male wearing a black hoodie approached the vehicle, open the front passenger side door and pointed a gun and demanded the victim’s jewelry. The victim stated at that time the suspect fired several shots at the vehicle. The victim was treated for a non-life threatening gunshot wound.