Parishioners Lead Officer to ThiefJust past 8:00am Sunday morning, officers in E-18 (Hyde Park) responded to Most Precious Blood Church for reports of a breaking and entering in progress. Once at the church, officers observed repeated acts of vandalism throughout the property, including a broken stained glass window, missing oriental rugs, an open safe, and chalices thrown about the upper church. Witnesses lead the officers to the suspect, who had apparently decided to take a nap after his rampage, downstairs in the lower church. As officers attempted to place the individual under arrest, he began to violently resist by refusing to place his hands behind his back and kicking, resulting in injuries to a responding officer. A search of the suspect produced a gold spoon with religious symbols, two knifes, a sword, and prescription pills. Charles Martin, 47, of West Roxbury was charged with Breaking and Entering a Building with Intent to Commit a Felony, Destruction or Injury of Personal Property, Dangerous Weapons Unlawfully Carried, Resisting Arrest, Assault and Battery on A Police Officer (with injuries), and Possession of Class E Drugs. Party’s Over At approximately 3:45am on Sunday April 27, 2008, officers from district C-11 (Dorchester) responded to 108 Westville Street after a radio call for a large fight in progress at that address. On arrival, officers observed a large group of people in the street and front yard of the residence, many of which engaging in physical confrontations. As a result of the dangerous situation and the large number of combatants, additional units were summonsed to assist on-scene officers and disperse the crowd. Officers soon witnessed approximately four females punching, kicking, and pushing each other. All parties involved ignored police officers’ lawful commands to disperse and were placed into custody for their reckless behavior. The following individuals were charged with Affray: Yveline Charles, 21, of Mattapan and Judith Charles, 20, Josiane Romain, 22, and Stephanie Fleurime, 26, all of Dorchester. The individual who hosted the party that resulted in these disturbances was located by officers and will be summonsed for being the keeper of a disorderly house. Vigilant Officers Remove Firearm from City Streets At around 3:22am Monday morning, officers on patrol in C-11 (Dorchester) received a radio call for shots fired in the area of Bowdoin and Mount Ida Streets. Being in the immediate area of the reported gunshots, officers observed a vehicle traveling erratically and having decorations that obstructed the operator’s field of vision. The officers subsequently attempted to conduct a motor vehicle stop by activating their lights and sirens; however, the operator did not stop for another two blocks. While speaking to the driver of the motor vehicle, it was discovered that his license was suspended. During a pat frisk search of the individual, a BB gun was located in his waistband. The passenger of the vehicle was also removed from the vehicle, at which time a second firearm was observed under the seat. Neither suspect could produce a license to carry upon request. Upon hearing officers on-scene discussing the recent shots fired in the vicinity, the driver spontaneously stated, “You can check both those guns. Neither of them were used in no shooting.” Victor DeJesus, 21, and Russell Jones, 26, both of Dorchester, were charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and Unlawful Possession of Ammunition. DeJesus was additionally charged with Operating After Revocation or Suspension of a License. The owner of the motor vehicle will be summonsed to Dorchester District Court for allowing an unlicensed/improper person to operate the vehicle.