Two City of Boston EMTs Recovering from Injuries After Assault and Battery in Downtown

 

At about 4:00 PM on Wednesday July 10, 2019, officers assigned to District A-1 (Downtown) responded to a call for EMTs in trouble in the area of 24 New Chardon Street. On arrival, officers located a female EMT suffering from multiple stab wounds. Responding officers immediately began to provide medical assistance to the victim. Officers also located a male EMT standing behind the ambulance suffering from exposure to an undetermined chemical agent. The male victim informed officers that they had been attacked by a female suspect, later identified as Julie Tejeda, 31, of East Boston, who was still on scene. Officers quickly placed the suspect in custody without incident. Both victims were transported to an area hospital for treatment of injuries which are considered to be non-life threatening in nature. The suspect will appear in Boston Municipal Court on charges of Assault with Intent to Murder, Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon and Assault and Battery on a Public Employee.