DISRESPECTING MOTHER NEVER A GOOD IDEAAt about 9:39am, Thursday, April 12, 2007, officers from District B-2 (Roxbury) responded to a radio call for an abandon call from 135 Harold Street. For those unfamiliar with the protocol, Boston Police respond to all emergency 9-1-1 calls, including those calls where the caller hangs up prior to speaking to a dispatcher. On arrival, officers spoke to the victim who stated she was having trouble controlling her daughter. According to the mother, her daughter was swearing and throwing objects at her. Moreover, the mother also told officers that her daughter had recently been suspended from her middle school for behavioral issues. As officers were speaking to the mother, the daughter (suspect) continued to interrupt and yell at her mother. At one point the daughter yelled at her mother, “(you’re a) bitch!” Despite officers’ warnings, the daughter (suspect) continued to raise her voice and scream at her mother. Officers then arrested a 13 year-old female from Roxbury and charged her with Disorderly Conduct. GUN-RELATED ARREST MADE IN ROXBURY At about 9:05pm, on Thursday, April 12, 2007, the victims of a fight walked into District B-2 (Roxbury) to report that they had just been threatened by an individual with a gun. According to the father of one of the combatants, his daughter called him after getting into a fight with another girl near the intersection of Humboldt Avenue and King Blvd. When the father arrived on the scene, he went to the house of the girl who fought his daughter. According to the father, he simply wanted to speak to the other girl’s parents. However, when he knocked on the door, a young man (5’10” black male, wearing a gray hooded sweat shirt, blue jeans, a black skull cap and boots) opened the door and, while pulling up his shirt to reveal a firearm, stated, ”What do you want?” According to the girl’s father, the individual then asked, “What are you .. starting with me?” At this time, another individual inside the apartment yelled, “Shoot him!” At this point, the girl’s father turned and raced back to his car. The girl’s father then drove directly to District B-2 to report the incident. As a result of the report, officers went directly to the residence. On arrival, officers observed an individual fitting the description provided by the victim. The victim then positively identified that individual. Officers then arrested Fred Dixon, 18, of Roxbury and charged him with an Assault By Means of a Dangerous Weapon (gun). WRONG PLACE TO STOP AND ROB At about 11:37pm, on Thursday, April 12, 2007, officers from District D-4 (South End) responded to a radio call for a robbery in progress at the Shaw’s Super Market on Kilmarnock Street. On arrival, officers spoke to store employees who stated that while one of the employees was getting buzzed into the area behind the customer service counter, an individual (described as a tall black male in his mid-40’s, wearing blue jeans, a green plaid shirt, a blue sweater and carrying a red back pack) pushed his way into the room. Once inside the room, the suspect showed what appeared to be a knife and demanded money. The suspect then fled out the door. A description of the suspect and his vehicle were then broadcast over the police radio. Officers soon located an unattended vehicle matching the description of the suspect’s vehicle near the intersection of Clarkson & Bowdoin Streets. Officers then observed an individual, matching the description of the suspect, walking towards the car. Officers then arrested Douglas Savory, 50, of Roxbury and charged him with Armed Robbery.