Commissioner Gross Thanks Red Sox Fans for Championship Behavior during Red Sox World Series Championship Parade

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Commissioner Gross Thanks Red Sox Fans for Championship Behavior during Red Sox World Series Championship Parade: Today, Wednesday, October 31, 2018, thousands upon thousands of Red Sox fans descended on Boston and lined the streets of our city to celebrate the 2018 Boston Red Sox and their World Series Championship over the Los Angeles Dodgers. The men and women of the Boston Police Department, in coordination with outside agencies, lined the parade route from Fenway Park to City Hall and did tremendous job of keeping everybody safe. Commissioner Gross is happy to report that the large majority of fans attending the Red Sox World Series Championship Parade celebrated and enjoyed the day in a respectful and responsible manner.

There were, however, 6 parade-related arrests.

·       A 17-year-old male from Somerville was arrested in the area of West and Tremont Streets and charged with the Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and Possession with Intent to Distribute both Class B and D Narcotics

·       Ben Carbonneau, 20, of New Hampshire was arrested in the area of 3 Center Plaza and charged with Drinking in Public.

·       Nicholas San Antonio, 19, of Rhode Island was arrested on City Hall Plaza and charged with Being a Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

·       Patrick Connolly, 19, of Sandwich was arrested in the area of 540 Boylston Street and charged with Assault by Means of a Dangerous Weapon after striking a victim with a thrown beer can.

·       Aliza Hacking, 19, of Boston and Santina Vanasse, 19, of Boston were both arrested in area of 164 Endicott Street and charged with Disturbing the Peace.