At about 7:38pm, on Tuesday, October 21, 2008, officers from Area C-6 (South Boston) responded to a radio call for a carjacking in the area of 63 Boston Street, the Marriott Courtyard Hotel. On arrival, officers spoke to the victim, an out of state law enforcement official, who stated that he was in the process of unloading luggage from his vehicle, which was parked in front of the hotel, when an individual jumped into the front seat of his car. At first, the victim thought the suspect was the valet, but then soon realized the individual was attempting to steal his car. Upon realizing that the suspect was attempting to steal his car, the victim says he immediately grabbed onto the driver side door. At this point, the victim says the suspect “floored” the vehicle causing him to tumble to the ground. The victim further informed officers that, when the car was stolen, his personal firearm was still inside the motor vehicle. Officers quickly broadcast a description of the suspect and of the car over the police radio. In short time, approximately 5 to10 minutes later, the car was located, unoccupied, in the area of 10 Bellflower Street. The victim was transported to the Boston Medical Center where he was treated for non-life threatening injuries.Approximately 20 minutes later, officers responded to a radio call for a person with a gun in the area of 813 Dorchester Avenue. On arrival, officers spoke to the victim who stated that she heard a knock on her door. Upon opening the door, the victim says she observed a Hispanic male wearing a white t-shirt and black sweatpants. According to the victim, the suspect asked her to move her car because he had a large truck that needed to use her driveway to turnaround. When the victim walked outside to further investigate the situation, the suspect entered her home. Once inside, the suspect lifted his shirt, revealing a firearm and stated, “Give me the keys to your car.” Upon getting the keys from the victim, the suspect grabbed the victim’s daughter and said, “She coming too.” However, after a few seconds, the victim says the suspect released her daughter and took off in her car, a maroon Jeep Liberty. In short time, officers spotted the Jeep traveling in the area of Stoughton Street. When the suspect saw the police cruisers, he accelerated his motor vehicle and came to a stop after crashing into a traffic light post and a mailbox. At this point, the suspect exited the motor vehicle and fled on foot. After a short foot pursuit, officers apprehended the suspect as he was running through a yard in the area of 29 Thorneley Street. As soon as the suspect saw the officers, the suspect yelled, “I don’t have the gun!!!” A search of the immediate area enabled officers to locate and recover the firearm stolen in the initial carjacking incident. Officers arrested Ricardo Feliciano, 38, of Waltham and charged him with Carjacking, Assault by Means of a Dangerous Weapon (gun), Kidnapping, Armed Home Invasion, Armed Robbery and Dangerous Weapon Unlawfully Carried.