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Police Blotter: Cocaine at Cutillo Park; Disorderly Conduct at Parmenter and Salem

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

Drugs – Possession of Class B – Cocaine
05/22/19              10:40am
Police officers patrolling Cutillo Park on Stillman St. observed a group of three individuals known to the officers to be involved in previous drug activity. A male suspect had in his possession a small plastic bag containing small pieces of Class B, crack cocaine. Suspect to be summonsed to court.

Disorderly Conduct
05/16/19    6:45pm
Male suspect to be summonsed to court for Disorderly Conduct after causing a disturbance at Parmenter and Salem Streets. The known suspect was blocking the sidewalk with a carriage, shouting profanities and had liquor bottles at his feet. Suspect was transported from the area by a police wagon.

These incidents, and others, will be discussed at the monthly North End Public Safety meeting, held on the first Thursday of the month, 6:00pm at the Nazzaro Community Center. All are welcome to attend and talk to Boston Police from local District A-1.

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One Reply to “Police Blotter: Cocaine at Cutillo Park; Disorderly Conduct at Parmenter and Salem

  1. I feel bad for the cop who had to transport the sot creating a carriage ruckus. It would have been a better story if he had a boom box playing a staticky mix of Russian news and Motown memories. At any rate, being a cop is one of the most thankless jobs. Some say you can’t choose your family. They literally pick up the worst fares in town.

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