Victim from 101 Rossmore Road IdentifiedOn Saturday, October 25, 2008 around 2:55PM, officers from Area E-13 (Jamaica Plain) responded to a radio call for a person shot in the area of 101 Rossmore Road. On arrival, officers located a 27 year-old male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was immediately transported to the Boston Medical Center where he was later pronounced. That victim has been identified as Garibaldis Pena, 27, of Jamaica Plain. The Boston Police Department is actively investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding of this incident and strongly urge anyone with information to contact the Boston Police Homicide Unit at (617) 343-4470. Community members who wish to provide information anonymously may do so by calling the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1-800-494-TIPS or texting ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). The Boston Police Department stringently protects the identity of all individuals wishing to remain anonymous. Armed Suspect Arrested After Threatening Disabled Victim with Knife Yesterday afternoon around 1:05PM, officers from District D-4 (South End) responded to 305 Huntington Ave. for a person with a knife whose description was provided to officers. On arrival, officers met and spoke to the victim who pointed out the suspect to officers and reported that he had pointed a knife at him while exclaiming, “I should stick you in your neck!” The victim’s story was corroborated by a witness who told officers that the suspect held a knife about six inches from the victim’s neck when he threatened to stab him in the neck. The victim who is disabled and uses a walker explained to officers that he was not only concerned about his own safety but that of others in the area. The suspect denied that he had possessed a knife, pointed a knife at the victim or threatened the victim. Both the victim and witness reported to officers that the suspect had discarded the knife somewhere in the area, but were not able to say where. However, while still on scene, officers were approached by another witness who directed them to where the suspect had discarded and hidden the knife. Officers found the knife inside a short pole near the scene of the crime. The suspect, Billy Jones, 46, of Boston was arrested and charged with Assault by Means of a dangerous Weapon, and Threats. Perth Street Stabbing Incident 15 Year-Old Suspect Arrested After Stabbing 14 Year-Old At approximately 3:20Pm yesterday, Sunday, October 26, 2008, officers from District B-2 (Roxbury) responded to 4 Perth St. for a person stabbed. On arrival, officers were directed to the rear of 4 Perth St. where they located a 14 year-old male victim suffering from a single stab wound to the back. Officers were able to speak to the victim who gave them a name for the suspect, his description and an address. A description of the suspect along with direction of flight was immediately broadcast to allow other responding officers to try finding the suspect. Officers then spoke to the victim and witnesses about what transpired and lead to the stabbing. Officers were told that the victim was riding his bicycle in the rear of the address when a fight started between the two parties over a bicycle and both pulled out knives and started trying to stab each other with the suspect succeeding in stabbing the victim. Officers responded to the victim address and there found the suspect inside his house suffering a small cut on one of his fingers. Officers then placed the suspect, a 15-year-old male juvenile suspect from Roxbury under arrest and charged him with Assault and Battery by Means of a dangerous Weapon. The victim, a 14-yaer old male juvenile from Jamaica Plain, who was transported to Boston Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries will be summonsed to Dorchester District Court also for Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon. B&E Suspect Caught Behind the Gate Yesterday evening around 5:30pm, officers from District B-3 (Mattapan) responded to the corner of Norwell and Harvard Streets in Dorchester for a breaking and entering in progress. On arrival, officers observed an individual laying across the front seat of a motor vehicle that was parked inside a secured parking lot for an automobile repair business. Having noted that the gate was locked and that the fence had barbed wire surrounding it, officers ordered the suspect to exit the car. The suspect got out of the car and stated to officers, “The owner lets me sleep here!” The officers then asked the suspect how he had gained entry to the lot and he explained that the owner had left him in there when he locked up for the day. While speaking to the suspect, officers were approached by a witness who pointed a location in the fence where he had observed the suspect crawl under and enter the lot. The suspect was then directed to crawl back under the fence, and placed under arrest for trespassing. After the suspect was placed under arrest, the owner of the lot came to the scene and told officers that he did not know the suspect nor had he given him permission to sleep in the secured lot. While still on scene, officers spoke to another witness who reported to officers that he had in the past seen the suspect in the Codman Square are selling stolen inspection stickers. Officers then searched the suspect and found two inspection stickers inside his hat, one of which was from the car he had been found inside. The suspect, Robert E. Vaughn, 52, of Dorchester was arrested and charged with Possession of a Stolen Inspection Sticker, Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle in the Daytime, Trespassing, Larceny from a Motor Vehicle and Providing a False Name at Booking for giving numerous false names at the booking desk.