Are they bringing it to Boston? Looks that way, based on these extensive sets of Flickr photos of the abandoned Circle Cinemas. [A hat-tip to "DBrenson/br91975" at CinemaTreasures for pointing out the photo sets.]
Wicked Local Allston/Brighton reports a woman working at Brighton Towing, 100 Hano St., was punched over and over by a man who refused to pay a $40 fee for a battery jump on his car there.
Wicked Local Allston/Brighton reports that when a young couple on Shephard Street got into a fight over how to organize their pantry, the girl, 18, threw all the guy's stuff into the driveway and then, when they started yelling about that, she threw bleach at him and sliced him with a knife.
If you click, you'll also see an item suggesting that some people just aren't ready to live with other people, period.
Wicked Local Allston/Brighton reports the man was stabbed at 71 Faneuil St. on Nov. 14 and then, when he was down on the ground, kicked in the head. However, he is expected to recover.
Bernie Sanchez, 24, of 102 Woodledge St., Dorchester, was arrested on a charge of assault with intent to murder. A second suspect is still at large.
You already know about the three people stabbed at a Brighton party early Saturday. Now Boston Police report a victim from another Brighton party gone bad needed treatment in the ER early Saturday as well:
Shortly before 1 a.m., police arrived at 47 Orkney Rd. near Cleveland Circle to find "an individual lying in the street unconscious suffering from a bloody nose:"
According to witnesses, a verbal dispute began when a number of underage kids attempted to gain entry into a party. The fight spilled out into the street and that's when witnesses observed the suspect kick the victim in the face.
The victim was taken to St. E's for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries, and police located and arrested Tim Flinn, 20, of Reading, on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, to wit, his shod foot.
Carolyn Grantham, raised in a place that knows from fish and chips, explains why she won't be returning to the Battery, an allegedly authentic fish-and-chips place that recently opened on Washington Street in Brighton Center:
... Look, I don't claim to be a frying expert. I know it takes practice to be able to turn out perfect fish and chips every time. But there are hundreds, if not thousands, of practitioners in the UK who have figured it out. And until The Battery gets it right, it's upholding the myth that British cooking is bad. ...
Boston Police report a robber used a sawed-off shotgun to rob a store and two customers around 9:30 p.m. yesterday at 130 N. Beacon St.
Police say the man, described as black, slim and in his mid-20s:
Harris and Morgan booking photos
Via Suffolk County DA.
Two Brighton men arrested in April, 2007 on charges they planned to sell the 125 pounds of marijuana police allegedly found them with were indicted today on federal drug-trafficking charges.
An indictment issued in Syracuse, NY today charged Michael Harris, 31, and William Morgan, 28, and 32 other people of being part of a ring that allegedly smuggled roughly 10,000 kilograms of Canadian pot through a New York Indian reservation over the past three years. A whole slew of Canadians were among those charged.
According to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office, both men were already in custody awaiting trial on their Massachusetts charges. Both were arrested on April 19 by Boston and state police and DEA and Immigration and Customs Enforcements agents, who say they found 100 pounds of pot in their Hardwick Road apartment and another 25 pounds in Morgan's Toyota Avalon. Also seized at the time: $100,000 in cash.
The federal charges of conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute more than 1,000 kilograms of marijuana could mean prison sentences of between 10 and 40 years in jail, along with fines of up to $4 million for each of them, according to a statement by Acting US Attorney Andrew Baxter in Syracuse.
The Herald reports the driver blew his horn, but the kid didn't hear him as he cut across the tracks near the BC stop this morning.
Wicked Local Allston/Brighton reports six Allston/Brighton packies got snared in an underage-liquor sting on Saturday.
Wicked Local Allston/Brighton's weekly police report lets us know that police are looking for somebody who tried to carie $600 worth of toothbrushes out of the Brighton Avenue Rite-Aid. A store employee ran after him and managed get all the toothbrushes back, but the perp made a clean getaway.
Michael Pahre advises you that you might have better luck avoiding arrest if you stay in a part of town you know, rather than going up to Brighton only to get arrested right across the street from what you didn't seem to realize was the District 14 police station:
You would think that all of the police vehicles parked on the street and in the adjacent lot would have tipped the guys off.
Boston Police report arresting a Westford man on charges of damaging a water hydrant on Summit Avenue yesterday evening - and threatening a passerby who called police.
... The group's website notes that it delivered 500 signatures to the Boston Redevelopment Authority in opposition to several development proposals of Boston College, particularly to construct dormitories on the former St. John's Seminary Land bought by BC in 2004-7. ...
Shawn Pierre, 22, of Brighton, was charged with assault and battery after he allegedly slapped a visitor to his hospital room on Oct. 15, Wicked Local Allston/Brighton reports.
Paul Carmichael, 38, is being held without bail pending arraignment tomorrow on two counts of aggravated rape, two counts of kidnapping, three counts of assault and battery, and a single count of aggravated assault and battery, according to a statement from the Suffolk County DA's office.
Carmichael is charged with two incidents in July at his 198 Allston St. apartment, during which "he held [the women] against their will, beat and strangled them, and forced himself on them."
Wicked Local Allston-Brighton's police log this week is full of depressing little accounts of attacks of one kind or another, from Brighton High students running amok every afternoon in a Store 24 to a guy charged with trying to beat somebody up in a St. Elizabeth's waiting room to another guy charged with helping his sons (two other Brighton High students) plot an attack on some cops.