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Police Blotter: Assault & Battery on Hanover St.; Broken Car Window; CVS Theft

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

Assault & Battery
11/23/19 at 1:48 a.m.
Victim reports being pushed to the ground and kicked on Hanover Street. The unknown male suspect fled on foot. Victim was transported to Mass. General Hospital.

11/23 – 11/24/19 at 4 p.m. – 11:30 a.m

Victim reports her Subaru Forester had the rear windshield broken by an unknown person at Endicott Street and Cooper Street.

Larceny / Shoplifting
11/20/19 at 2:30 p.m.
Hanover Street pharmacy reports a unknown male suspect stole merchandise from the store. Manager stated the suspect stole food and beverage products and fled on foot.

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5 Replies to “Police Blotter: Assault & Battery on Hanover St.; Broken Car Window; CVS Theft

  1. What is wrong with CVS they should have an armed guard on duty at all times it’s not only to stop robberies but to keep the customers safe

    1. They should bring back cashiers and customer service. Now they don’t know their customers. They brought this on themselves with their own corporate decisions. I figure it’s either a mismanaged company or they somehow make it work. Since their new ambition is trying to swallow Aetna, I vote for incompetence. They are neglecting their existing operations. This is coming from a disgruntled shareholder.

  2. At the new Encore Casino the booze flows until 4 AM for people who are gambling . Of course crime fights & assaults and thefts have spiked in Everett and on the Casino property . A fully loaded gun was found on the Casino floor as well as a number of gamblers busted for cheating.

    1. It’s going to be Everett’s problem. The lammos won’t make it here, they stumble about casino land. It will be a continual crime problem that Everett will go broke trying to handle. It’s the Atlantic City model where the city pays but gets nothing.

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