Joint Breaking and Entering Investigation Leads to Four Arrests and Recovery of Multiple Stolen Holiday Packages

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This week, four individuals were arrested and arraigned in connection with a series of commercial break-ins which occurred outside of the City of Boston after a joint investigation conducted by the Boston Police Department, the Massachusetts State Police, the Brookline Police Department and the Attorney General’s Office. At a press conference held earlier today, on Wednesday December 20, 2017, it was announced that Jason Geddes, 29, of Boston, Dharol Joyner, 33, of Boston, Edward Nugent, 55, of Weymouth and Daniel Vo, 23, of Boston were all placed in custody without incident and have been arraigned on numerous charges including Breaking and Entering and Conspiracy.

As part of this investigation, authorities safely recovered a loaded firearm, ammunition, thousands of dollars in cash, ski masks and gloves along with prybars, a crowbar, a sledgehammer and other burglarious tools. In addition, investigators recovered dozens of suspected stolen delivery packages from multiple residences.

“I commend the work of all the officers involved in this investigation. Outcomes like this happen because of the strong relationships already in place with our local and state law enforcement partners,” said Boston Police Commissioner William Evans. “I especially want to recognize the work of the Boston Police Department’s Boston Regional Intelligence Center. Detectives assigned to the BRIC were instrumental in investigating this case from the beginning and worked closely with the Brookline and Massachusetts State Police. Their collective efforts and investigative skills led to the identification and arrests of those responsible.”