At about 2:00am, on Sunday, November 28, 2010, an officer performing a paid detail at Club Venue at 100 Warrenton Street observed an altercation inside the club. The establishment’s security staff promptly separated the parties. However, as one of the combatants (Pierre DuBois) was being escorted out of the club, the combatant began fighting with the club’s security personnel, as well as, the detail officer. As the suspect continued to fight and resist his expulsion from the club, additional party-goers began intervening and fighting with the club’s security staff. As the altercation grew in intensity, the detail officer, fearing for his safety and that of the club personnel, radioed for additional units to respond to the club. With back-up on scene, officers were able to subdue and apprehend the suspect. Officers arrested Pierre DuBois, 20, of Boston and charged him with Being Disorderly and Resisting Arrest.
As officers were attempting to disburse the crowd, officers observed a second altercation taking place inside the club. As officers approached the fight, officers observed one individual throwing several punches. Officers arrested Harrison Nwabude, 27, of Randolph and charged him with Being Disorderly, Resisting Arrest and Affray.
As officers were guiding the suspect outside, a third individual, upset at seeing his friend’s arrest, began interfering with the officers. When officers instructed the individual to keep his distance, the suspect continued to verbally berate and disparage the officers. Once outside, the suspect pushed one of the officers. As a result, officers arrested Richard Nerese, 26, of Randolph and charged him with Assault & Battery on a Police Officer and Resisting Arrest.
As party-goers continued to exit the club, officers observed a verbal altercation. However, when officers attempted to quell the dispute, one of the individuals began shoving the officers. When officers attempted to take the suspect into custody, the suspect continued to resist, push and punch the officers. Given the suspect’s continued resistance, officers did discharge one burst of department issued OC spray. After which, officers were able to arrest Kellei Estwick, 27, of Randolph. Estwick was charged with Being Disorderly, Assault & Battery on a Police Officer and Resisting Arrest.
As officers were in the process of seeing the suspect into the transport wagon, a fifth individual began verbally disrespecting and disregarding the officers. As the suspect approached, officers could see that the suspect was highly agitated and enraged with the arrest of the above-mentioned suspect. Seeing this, officers ordered the suspect to stop and discontinue his approach towards the officers. When the suspect knowingly disregarded a lawful command, officers discharged one burst of the department issued OC spray. After which, officers arrested Bernard Paul, 27, of Boston and charged him with Being Disorderly and Resisting Arrest.