JP market owner robbed, punched in the head

The Green Street Market, 186 Green St., was robbed shortly after noon by a man who took some money and then punched the owner.

He's described as black, in his 20s, wearing an army shirt, a hat and bluejeans. He was listening to an iPod during the attack and had a large, light blue backpack.

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 12:10



Touch FM suddenly goes off the air; raided by feds

Video of Touch FM owner Charles Clemons by Doug Bennett.

Judy Wilburn reports she was listening to the unlicensed Dorchester radio station shortly after 11 a.m. when:

Touch 106.1 just went off the air. Announcer said authorities shutting down, equipment taken.

The FCC and owner Charles Clemons have feuded for years over the station. In 2008, the commission ordered Clemons to pay $17,000 for operating without a license.

Police: Guy named Frank stroked wiener on Riverside trolley

Transit Police report charging Alexander Frank, 21, of Framingham, with committing self service while staring at the woman sitting next to him on an inbound D Line trolley around 9:45 a.m. on April 8.

The woman exited at Longwood; Frank did not get off there.

Police say detectives nabbed Frank yesterday at Riverside station. He's scheduled for arraignment today in Newton District Court on a formal charge of lewd and lascivious behavior.

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