On Sunday, January 10, 2010, at approximately 9:53pm, Boston Police Officers assigned out of Area B-2 (Roxbury), responded to 51 Ruggles Street for a report of a Carjacking.

Officers arrived on scene and located a black female complaining of pain to her head and leg. She informed officers that she was getting into her car when she was approached by two males. Her door was partially opened and one of the individuals reached in and punched her in the side of the head. She was then dragged out of the vehicle and left on the ground. Both suspects then entered her car and fled towards Dudley Street. Boston EMS was called and the victim was treated on scene.

A description of the vehicle was given and officers set up a perimeter of the immediate area. Shortly thereafter, officers observed the suspect vehicle traveling on Marcella Street towards Washington Street. Officers began following the suspect vehicle while awaiting additional back-up units. Noticing the police presence, the suspects accelerated their speed and struck a parked vehicle on West Walnut Street. Both occupants immediately exited the vehicle and fled on foot. The passenger jumped a fence and was quickly apprehended in a nearby yard by officers. The parked vehicle was unoccupied at the time of contact and sustained heavy damage.

Officers chased the operator as he ran down West Walnut Street where he was briefly lost from sight. An observant officer then noticed fresh footprints in the snow that led to a broken basement window to a residence on West Walnut Street. The officer additionally noticed blood on and around the broken window. Officers immediately knocked on the door and spoke with the occupants of the home. They were informed that nobody should be in the basement and the window was not broken last time they checked. The homeowners gave the officers permission to enter their home and search for the potential suspect.

BPD Officer Fisher & his K9 Tiburon were called to the scene and entered the basement area. The officer gave numerous commands for the suspect to make himself known before unleashing the K9, to which the suspect refused. The suspect was located in the rear portion of the basement hiding under numerous trash bags. He was placed into custody and transported to Boston Medical Center for dog bites to his legs and hand.

The operator was identified as Jesus Huertas, 28, of Roxbury. He was arrested and charged with Carjacking, Assault & Battery (2 counts), Fail to Stop for a Police Officer, Leaving the Scene of a Crash (property damage), Resisting Arrest, Malicious Destruction of Property and Breaking & Entering Dwelling House (daytime). The passenger was identified as Angel Miguel, 24, of Boston. He was arrested and charged with Carjacking, Resisting Arrest and Trespassing.