DAILY INCIDENTS FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2009

LOUD PARTY LANDS FOUR IN POLICE CUSTODY

At about 1:10am, on Sunday, November 15, 2009, officers from Area B-3 (Mattapan) responded to a loud party in the area of 8 Sunset Street. On arrival, officers were directed to a 2nd floor apartment. Once outside the door, officers could hear loud music clearly coming from within the apartment. Upon entering the apartment, officers observed what appeared to be several college-aged individuals in possession of and consuming alcohol. Upon seeing the officers, several individuals yelled, “Cops!!!” and attempted to flee the location. While talking to one of the party-goers, officers noted and observed that the individual was visibly intoxicated. When officers asked the individual her age, the suspect replied, “12.” When officers attempted to take the suspect (herein referred to as suspect #1) into custody, suspect #1 punched the officer in the face. As suspect #1 was being taken out of the location, three additional party-goers intervened and began fighting and interfering with the officers. As a result, all individuals interfering with the officers were taken into police custody.

Officers arrested Amada Smith, 21, of Boston, Eric Volstad, 23, of Boston, Alden Ladd, 21, of Brookline and David Kreindel, 25, of Roxbury and charged all four with Resisting Arrest, Assault & Battery on a Police Officer and Disturbing the Peace.

POLICE ARREST ONE FOR HIT-N-RUN ACCIDENT IN ROXBURY

At about 7:25am, on Monday, November 16, 2009, officers from Area B-2 (Roxbury) responded to a radio call for a hit and run accident in the area of Shawmut Ave and Marvin Street. According to the victim, a green Honda struck his car and kept going. Officers promptly broadcast a description of the motor vehicle over the police radio. In short time, officers were able to observe and locate the suspect’s motor vehicle in the area of 500 Massachusetts Ave. As officers approached the car, the suspect was in the process of exiting the car. When asked to provide a license and registration, the suspect could not. When asked if he owned the car, the suspect stated, “I saw the key in the car.” Officers further observed damage to a passenger-side window and the driver-side of the car.

Officers arrested Juan Perez, 44, of Boston and charged him with Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Receiving a Stolen Motor Vehicle, Operating without a License.