Recent incidents from the Boston Police District A-1 journal log for the North End / Waterfront area.
Robbery / Commercial
Aggravated Assault – Battery
Victim reports an unknown male suspect entered the Cooper Street variety store, came around to the cash register, and pointed a silver handgun at the victim. At this time, the suspect struck the clerk over the head with the handgun. Suspect stole an undetermined amount of U.S. currency from the register and fled in a motor vehicle. Detectives to review video footage of the incident.
Boston Police has apprehended a suspect for this incident. Read more here.
Robbery / Bank
Police officers responded to a Hanover Street bank for a robbery in progress. On arrival, bank teller reports an unknown male suspect entered the bank and demanded that she give him money. Teller handed over an undetermined amount of money. Suspect fled on foot. A-1 Detectives and Bank Robbery Task force on scene. Incident captured on video camera.
Larceny from Motor Vehicle
01/29/18 12:00am – 4:00pm
Victim reports he parked his 2012 Honda Civic on Parmenter Street. When he returned a knife, bottle of whiskey and headphones had been stolen from the vehicle.
2 Replies to “Police Blotter: Cooper Street Store Assault & Robbery, Hanover Street Bank Robbery, Larceny from Motor Vehicle”
Is the crime rate going up in the North End? I’d hate to see Boston become another Chicago!!
I doubt that we have to worry about that happening.It is still one of the safest neighborhoods in the entire city.
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