At about 8:10pm, on Saturday, October 18, 2008, officers from Area B-2 (Roxbury) responded to a radio call for a person shot outside 68 Academy Terrace. On arrival, officers located an 11 year-old male suffering from an apparent gunshot would. The victim was immediately transported to the Boston Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. While on scene, officers were informed that there was a 2nd victim in need of attention in front of 12 Slayton Way. Officers responded to that location and located two additional victims. Victim #2, a 12 year-old male, was transported to the Boston Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries while victim #3, an 11 year-old male, was transported to Children’s Hospital with non-life threatening injures. According to one of the victims, they were hanging out when a man approached and began shooting. According to one of the victims, the suspect was a black male with braids wearing dark clothes. A description of the suspect was promptly broadcast over the police radio.At around the same time, officers from Area E-13 (Jamaica Plain) responded to a radio call for a person shot in the area of 225 Centre Street. On arrival, officers located a 19 year-old black male suffering from a gunshot wound to the foot. According to the victim, he was walking down the street when he heard what sounded like a gunshot. The victim says he then felt pain in his ankle and, at that time, realized he was shot. While talking to the victim, officers discovered that the individual was in possession of an undisclosed amount of marijuana. As a result, officers charged the victim with Possession of a Class D Drug. Officers are also considering this individual a potential suspect in connection with the shooting incident at 68 Academy Terrace. The Boston Police Department is actively investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding this incident. Anyone with information is strongly urged to contact Area B-2 Detectives at (617) 343-4275. Community members who wish to remain anonymous can either call the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1 (800) 494-TIPS or text the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). The Boston Police Department will stringently protect the identity of those who wish to assist this police investigation in an anonymous manner.