Spilt Milk Sends One to JailOn Monday, September 21, 2009, at approximately 7:37am, Boston Police Officers assigned out of Area E-18 (Hyde Park), responded to 25 Pierce Street for a report of an assault & battery in progress. Officers arrived on-scene and spoke with the third floor resident who stated the third floor resident threw milk on herself and young child while they were walking by her apartment door. Officers observed milk on the staircase and in front of the suspect’s door. Officers also noticed the one-year-old child to be covered with, what appeared to be, milk. The female victim informed officers that the suspect had also dumped milk all over her vehicle prior to throwing it on her and her young child. Officers then spoke with the suspect who denied any involvement or interaction with the victim. Officers spoke with a third party who corroborated the victims’ account of events. Based on the suspects’ actions, she was placed into custody. Officers arrested Andreka Wilson, 31, of Hyde Park on the charges of Disorderly Conduct and Disturbing the peace. A complaint application will also be filed against her on the charge of Assault & Battery. Officer Prevents Suicide. Shotgun Seized. On Friday, September 18, 2009, at approximately 9:59pm, A Boston Police Officer assigned out of Area D-14 (Allston), was patrolling in the area of the train yard near Cambridge Street when he observed a vehicle with its lights off on the property. The officer continued to watch the vehicle and observed it to back up and attempt to leave. The officer found this to be suspicious and ran the vehicle’s registration through the Registry of Motor Vehicle’s data base. The check showed the registered owner was not properly licensed to operate a m/v. The officer then conducted a traffic stop and requested the operator’s license and registration. While doing so, the officer engaged the male operator in conversation and inquired into his presence in the train yard. The operator informed the officer that he was in the city to visit his son and then he was going to kill himself. The operator went on to state that he had a shotgun in the car and he was going to shoot himself. The officer removed the operator from the vehicle and requested Boston EMS to respond. The operator was transported to Saint Elizabeth’s Medical Center for an evaluation. He is only being described as a sixty-one-year-old male from Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts.