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Nine Arrests Reported at North End Public Safety Meeting

Boston Police District A-1 provided an update on recent neighborhood crime incidents, summarized below, at the April 2016 North End Public Safety Meeting. Figures cover the last 30 days period.

Crime Reports
-City-wide: up 2%
-District A-1: up 1%

Robbery (1)
-Friday night / early Saturday morning 3/19/16 @ 2.30am @ Bova’s Bakery: An argument resulted in 2 white males (armed with a knife) grabbing the victim’s neck chain and taking off.  Police located suspects and brought them back to Bova’s, where victim made a positive ID of suspects.  Neck chain was recovered from Bova’s the following day.  Suspects were arrested: North End male age 23 & Waltham male age 28.

Aggravated Assault (1)
-3/16 @ 4.16am @ 35 Cooper St.: Victim chases a homeless guy that took clothes from hallway in girlfriend’s apartment building.  Guy pulled knife on victim and returned the clothes, but cops couldn’t find him.

Breaking & Entering – Residence (1)
-5 Baldwin Place: A guy (Weston male age 29) with no shoes on tried to get into an apartment on 1st floor then went to next floor.  Tried to gain entry into one apartment after another.  Suspect was ID’d and arrested for breaking and entering, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and had $331 seized from him.

Larcenies (7)
-129 Fulton St. (Easter chocolates package)
-35 Sheafe St. (FedEx package – toaster)
-12 Hull St. (shower curtain, etc. taken from common-area closet in basement
-5 Margaret St. (known suspect allowed into apt. to get S glass of water, after which victim discovered his wallet was missing from his pants pocket)
-213 Hanover St. – Post Office (victim left purse, which was already gone when she returned)
-21 Tileston St. (package – vacuum cleaner)
-185 Fulton St. ( packages)

Larceny from MV (1)
-26 Stillman St. (Subaru Forester – car damage / cover for motor scooter)

Arrests (9)
-A&B / Disorderly Conduct (2)
-Vandalism (1)
-A&B (1)
-B&E / Possession of Class D drugs (1)
-Robbery (2)
-Drugs (2)

Sgt. Yee from Suffolk Univ. PD now rides in the late-night party car from Thurs. – Sat. nights.  He can be reached @ (617) 519-8986.

North End Public Safety meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month, 6:00 p.m., at the Nazzaro Community Center, 30 N. Bennet Street. All are welcome!

3 Replies to “Nine Arrests Reported at North End Public Safety Meeting

  1. Bova’ Bakery is an ongoing problem, therefore this does not surprise me. Bova’s is one of the major
    issues regarding Noise & now they are dealing with robberies. If anyone thinks that the 1 Police
    Cruiser is going to cure the problems down the No. End, they are sadly mistaken. The more
    Revenue the No. End takes in, the more problems will occur, and wait until the Summer, this is nothing.

  2. “Sgt. Yee from Suffolk Univ. PD now rides in the late-night party car from Thurs. – Sat. nights.”

    what is the late night party car?

  3. Hi Jeb,

    The late night party car is a roving police patrol throughout The North End that checks on problem properties known to police for noise-related complaints (due to loud parties, etc.) and also responds to real-time complaints of the same nature. BPD and Suffolk University Police conduct said patrol.

    Said patrol runs Thursday through Saturday nights, from 11.45pm – 3.45am, while school is in session.

    Hope this helps,

    David Marx
    North End Public Safety Committee Chair

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