Daily Incidents for February 2, 2006

Firearm Recovered and Student Arrested in Roxbury Yesterday morning, an officer from the Boston School Police recovered a firearm outside of the school at 76 Shirley Street in Roxbury. Detectives from the Boston Police School Police Unit responded and assisted at the scene. Officers conducted interviews and 17-year-old Jordan Holland of Hyde Park was arrested. He will be arraigned in Roxbury Court this morning. Sex Offender Arrested in Dorchester Officers assigned to District 3 arrested James Robinson, 46, of Mattapan last night at 7:42pm in Mattapan Square. Robinson was in violation of his status as a sex offender. He will be arraigned today in Dorchester Court. Three Arrested in Brighton Bar this Morning This morning at 2:20am, officers from District 14 responded to 161 Brighton Avenue on a report of a fight. On arrival officers spoke with witnesses who stated a fight occurred at which time Romeo Castillo, 22, of Allston, threw an unknown object through a plate glass window at 169 Brighton Avenue. When witnesses tried to break up the fight, Castillo grabbed a victim and threw him through the plate glass window of 167 Brighton Avenue. When the suspect was restrained, he also bit the victim in the hand. Castillo was placed under arrest. Two others, Lucas Drexler, 21, and David Parks, 21, both of Allston were also arrested for Disorderly Conduct during the incident. All three suspects will be arraigned in Brighton District Court. BMW damaged on St. Botolph Street A resident of Wilmington reported to police that her 1999 orange BMW was parked legally on St. Botolph Street in the South End the other night at about 11:00pm. An unknown suspect threw a ceramic flowerpot on the hood of the vehicle, damaging the car. The suspect(s) then fled in an unknown direction. No arrests were made.