The following are recent incidents reported by Boston Police District A-1 for the North End / Waterfront area.

Assault & Battery / Disorderly
01/20/19     2:14 a.m.
Police Officers responded to a fight at Hanover Street and Prince Street. Male suspect was intoxicated and was very combative, fighting with two other individuals. Suspect refused to quiet down and leave the area. At this time, suspect began fighting with officers and fled on foot. After a foot chase, suspect was placed into custody. Suspect was charged with assault & battery on police officer, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and also had two active court warrants.

Burglary / Residential
01/20/19     2:30 a.m.
Male suspect placed under arrest for breaking & entering residential and attempted breaking & entering residential of another building. Police Officers responded to a breaking & entering in progress at a Cooper Street building. Suspect had broken through a bedroom window and ran out the front door of the Cooper Street residence. Prior, the same suspect attempted to gain entrance through a kitchen window of a Bartlett Street building, but was unsuccessful. Suspect placed under arrest after being found on Endicott Street.

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Fraud / Credit Card
01/15/19 10:05 a.m.
Battery Wharf hotel reports a male suspect fraudulently used credit cards to book reservations at the hotel. The suspect booked the rooms through a booking agency on nine separate occasions. Video footage available of the suspect as he checks in at the front desk.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Suspect refused to quiet down and leave area?Why wasn’t he arrested on the spot if he was “highly intoxicated and combative”?

    • We need to equip officers with Tazers and then empower them to use them. Society needs to realize that people are accountable for their own actions, even if they are drunk. Can you imagine how this would be handled by the press if they cracked his skull? They would treat this guy like he was just a befuddled little boy.

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