Three Arrested On Robbery ChargesOn Tuesday, September 15, 2009, at approximately 1:43am, Boston Police Officers assigned out of Area D-4 (South End / Lower Roxbury), responded to the area of Dwight Street for a report of a Larceny in progress. Officers arrived on-scene and located a distraught female victim on the corner of Dwight Street at Shawmut Avenue. She informed officers that she was walking on Albany Street when she removed her money from her pocket in anticipation to making a purchase at the Mobil gas station. While holding her money in hand, she was approached from behind by two black males and one black female. The victim went on to state, “The bald headed one snatched the money from my hand and ran.” The victim gave officers a detailed description of the suspects which was broadcast to other BPD officers. She also informed them that she immediately gave chase and followed them as they ran towards Tremont Street. At one point, one of the suspects dropped a cellular phone which the victim utilized in calling 911 for assistance. While officers were speaking with the victim, A BPD officer radioed that he observed three individuals fitting the description of the suspects in the area of Charles Street at Tremont Street. The three suspects were stopped and positively identified by the victim as the people who robbed her. A search of one of the suspects produced an amount and consistent denomination of United States currency that the victim reported stolen. Officers arrested Hezekiah Duncan, 46, of Roxbury, Warren Tyler, 44, of Dorchester and Monet Thomas, 33, of Roxbury on the charges of Unarmed Robbery. Rubber Check Bounces One To Jail On Monday, September 14, 2009, at approximately 3:51pm, Boston Police Officers assigned out of Area B-2 (Roxbury), responded to 330 King Boulevard (Sovereign Bank) for a report of a woman attempting to cash a fraudulent check. Officers arrived on-scene and spoke with bank personnel who pointed out the female suspect. They informed officers that she previously went to another Sovereign bank and attempted to cash the same check but was denied. Upon further inspection of the check, it was determined to be a fraudulent. Officers placed the female into custody and discovered her to be in possession of a stolen credit card and a Massachusetts identification card in another person’s name. The defendant was identified as: Lakaira Lilly, 23, of Dorchester and charged with two counts of Uttering a Fraudulent Document, Possession of another’s Registry Instrument and Possession of a Stolen Credit Card.