ROAD RAGE LANDS ONE IN POLICE CUSTODYAt about 7:56pm, on Wednesday, June 25, 2008, officers from Area E-18 (Hyde Park) responded to a radio call for a fight in progress in the area of Harvard Ave and Hyde Park Ave. On arrival, officers spoke to an individual who stated that he had just been involved in a road rage incident with another motorist on Hyde Park Avenue. According to the victim, during the course of the incident, the suspect abruptly stopped his motor vehicle, in front of the victim’s car, and then quickly opened his door. The victim states he attempted to drive around the suspect’s car, but, in attempting to do so, his front bumper struck the suspect’s open car door. At this point, the victim tells police that the suspect punched his front window and, then, his passenger side rear window. The latter strike caused the window to shatter. When asked about punching the victim’s windows, the suspect stated, "I punched his front window and it didn't break. So, I punched the back window." Officers arrested Derek Farrell, 41, of Seminole, Florida and charged him with Destruction of Personal Property (Over $250.00). UNINVITED GUEST ARRESTED IN DORCHESTER At about 12:12am, on Wednesday, June 25, 2008, officers from Area B-3 (Mattapan) responded to a radio call for a person with a gun in front of 79 Spencer Street. On arrival, officers observed several individuals hanging out in front of the aforementioned address. When officers approached the group, a black male quickly turned and ran into the location. Officers noted that the individual was clutching at his waist area in such a way as to suggest that he was carrying a firearm. Officers pursued the suspect into the location. Once inside, officers located the suspect inside a 2nd floor apartment. When asked to explain his reasoning for taking flight, the suspect stated, “I got a blunt.” When officers spoke to the legal tenant of the apartment, the tenant stated that the individual was not invited into the apartment. Officers arrested Jamel Wiggins, 32, of Dorchester and charged him Breaking & Entering (Daytime) and Possession of a Class D Drug (marijuana). OVER THE LIMIT – UNDER ARREST IN DORCHESTER At about 1:03am, on Wednesday, June 26, 2008, officers from Area B-3 (Mattapan) responded to a radio call for a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Blue Hill Ave and Fairway Street. On arrival, officers observed a black motor vehicle with extensive front-end damage and a Boston Herald truck with damage to the rear bumper. Officers spoke to witnesses who stated that the Boston Herald truck was stopped at a traffic light when the black motor vehicle hit the truck from behind. Witnesses further stated the operator of the black motor vehicle then fled the scene on foot. Officers were able to locate the operator a short distance away from the location of the accident. When talking to the operator, officers noted that the individual appeared to be intoxicated. Specifically, officers detected a smell of alcohol emanating from the individual. Further, officers noted the individual’s eyes to be bloodshot and speech slurred. When officers asked the individual if he had been involved in a motor vehicle accident, the individual stated, "I did it and my girlfriend is going to be pissed". When the individual was brought back to the scene of the accident, witnesses were able to positively identify the suspect as the person who was driving the black motor vehicle. A search of the suspect enabled officers to recover the keys to the black motor vehicle. When offered the Breath Test (a test administered to determine an individual’s level of sobriety), the suspect refused. Officers arrested Harry Coburn, 28, of Dorchester and charged him with Operating Under the Influence (Alcohol), Leaving the Scene of an Accident (Personal Injury) and Operating after Suspension. THE OLE’ “DON’T YOU KNOW WHO I AM DEFENSE” LANDS ONE IN POLICE CUSTODY At about 5:15am, on Friday, June 27, 2008, officers from Area D-4 (South End) were on patrol in the area of the South Street Diner when they observed two white females quickly exiting the establishment. Officers further observed that a waitress was closely following the two females. According to the waitress, the two females were in the process of leaving the diner without paying for the bill. When officers questioned the two women, both stated, “We forgot to pay it.” Both women, then, entered the diner and paid the bill. As they were paying the bill, officers observed a set of car keys (keys belonging to a BMW) fall onto the counter. Since both women appeared to be intoxicated with slurred speech, glassy eyes and unevenness and instability in their movements, officers asked if they had driven to the diner. To which, the woman replied, “No.” Officers then observed a silver BMW parked in close proximity of the location. When asked if the car belonged to them, both women stated that it did not. Both woman exited the area on foot, but, returned a few minutes later. Officers observed the women walk towards the BMW. Upon seeing this, officers approached the women and, again, asked if they were in possession of the keys to the car. One of the woman told officers that she gave the keys to her brother and he was going to drive them home. At this point, officers suggested that the woman consider taking a cab. The women, instead, walked away. Approximately ten minutes later, the women returned and walked up to the officers and said it was useless for them to keep watching them because they were going to drive the car home and there was nothing they (the officers) could do about it. Again, officers implored the women to take a cab. Instead, one of the women walked into the street, pulled up her skirt and mooned the officers. At about 5:40am, the same woman entered the BMW, after officers instructed her not to, and started the engine. Officers arrested Jacqueline Kent Cooke, 20, of Dallas, TX and charged her with Operating Under the Influence (Alcohol) and Operating without a License. During the booking process, Ms. Cooke asked the officers if they knew who her father was. Ms. Cooke stated her father was the late Jack Kent Cooke (former owner of the Washington Redskins). The suspect then stated, because of whom her father was, officers would lose their badges because, "one billion dollars goes a long way."