Boston Police report arresting a pair of Dorchester residents - one just 14 - whom they say robbed two people leaving the Arboretum in Forest Hills last night after motioning as if they had guns and boasting they were in a gang, so their victims better not try anything, like going to police.
The three rode away on their bicycles and two of them were arrested soon after as they pedaled down Washington Street in Roslindale, police say:
The victims stated that one of the males demanded their valuables. The individuals further grabbed at their waistbands indicating that they were possibly armed. The victims handed over their valuables to the suspects who stated that they were in gang and that if the victims reported the incident to police, their families would be harmed. At this time, the suspects pushed the victims to the ground and fled the scene on bicycles.
Police add the two were found with all of the victims' stolen possessions - as well as a phone belonging to another robbery victim.
Cesar Lara-Aguasvivas, 20, and a 14-year-old too young to have his name released were charged with armed robbery and receving stolen goods.
Lara-Aguasvivas had bail set at $5,000 at his arraignment in West Roxbury District Court, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. The kid's mom posted his $1,000 bail, but he was ordered to stay in his house pending the disposition of his case.