daily Incidents For October 20, 2006

Shots Fired in RoxburyLast night around 6:41pm, officers in District 2 responded to a radio call for shots fired at 512 Blue Hill Avenue. On arrival officers searched the area for a victim and ballistic evidence. Officers were informed that at least three shots were heard. Officers searched the area but did not locate any ballistic evidence. There are no reports of property damage or injuries at this time. Detail Officers Pursue Shoplifter While performing a paid detail at the 100 Huntington Avenue around 8:44pm, an officer observed a man running out the door of Hugo Boss heading towards the exit of the mall. The officer also observed someone following the suspect from the store. The salesperson pointed to the suspect and stated he just stole something. The officer began to pursue the suspect and broadcasted a description of the suspect. Other responding units observed the suspect get into a silver motor vehicle and flee the area. Officers broadcasted a description of the vehicle and minutes later the vehicle was stopped at Eustis and Washington Streets in Roxbury. Hong Bui, 23, of Dorchester, Hai Bui, 30, of Quincy and Raheem Parham, 31, of Boston were arrested and charged with Larceny Over $250 and Buying, Receiving or Concealing Stolen Goods. Officers were able to recover a stolen leather jacket from Hugo Boss and several other clothing items with the sales tags still attached. Armed Robbery Of Shell Gas Station Last night around 8:51pm, officers in District 11 responded to a radio call for an armed robbery at 761 Adams Street. On arrival officers spoke with caller who stated the suspect walked into the gas station, pointed a firearm and demanded money. The suspect fled with the cash in an unknown direction. No one was hurt and the caller declined medical attention. Officers searched the area but were unable to locate the suspect. Person Stabbed in East Boston This morning around 4:39am, officers in District 7 responded to a radio call for a walk in stab victim at East Boston Health Center. On arrival officers spoke with the victim who stated he was walking on Border Street from the Mobil Gas Station when two black males approached him. The victim went on to state that one of the suspects pulled out a knife and a struggle ensued. The victim stated he was cut with the knife and the suspects took his wallet and fled the scene. The victim was treated for a non-life threatening stab wound to the knuckle.