A Dorchester man already charged with robbing several men who thought he was a woman seeking an assignation is now charged with robbing even more men like that, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
One of the rear porches at 54 Sudan St. partially collapsed around 12:45 p.m. Nobody was seriously injured; ISD was summoned to take a look.
Rosa's Family Market, 696 Blue Hill Ave., around 10:45 a.m.
Boston Police report at least ten cars had their windows smashed and their contents rummaged through on Magnolia, Greenheys, East Cottage, Clifton, and Holden streets overnight.
When Joseph Morrison drove into the back of an SUV stopped on Ellington Street at Blue Hill Avenue around 8:30 this morning, he tried to flee by backing up - only to plow into a minivan. Then, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office charges, he put his Altima back in drive and hit the SUV driver, who'd gotten out to try to stop him, knocking her to the ground and driving over her foot. Read more.
Januario Oliveira, 31, of Dorchester, was arraigned on a variety of gun charges Friday thanks to an alert resident who called 911 Thursday afternoon.
According to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office: Read more.
At least some people are taking to contacting 311 when they spot a turkey these days. A couple days ago, the city responded to a 311 report about a turkey just walking around Glide Street in Dorchester:
Turkeys are natural to the City of Boston. If there are no injuries to the turkey, just ensure to stay out of its way.
At press time, the city had yet to respond to a complaint about a wild turkey running down Appleton St in the South End.
The ACLU of Massachusetts this week asked a federal judge to order federal prosecutors and judges to stop sealing information about requests to unlock phone data - if they are, in fact, doing that. Read more.
Boston firefighters are at 6 Monadnock St., for a third-floor fire reported around 3 p.m.
A man robbed the OneUnited Bank branch at 648 Warren St. in Grove Hall shortly before 11:30 a.m. Arriving officers spotted him not long after on Geneva Avenue near Columbia Road and, after a brief foot chase, placed him under arrest.
Stanley Staco reports an alert Red Line worker found a partially undressed boy, about 6, near the JFK/UMass station in Dorchester around 3:30 a.m.
A car came off I-93, pulled over on Columbia Rd, child exited then car hopped back onda the highway & left.
Boston Police report a woman walking on Ashmont Street near Florida Street around 12:30 a.m. on Saturday was approached by a guy who chatted her up, then indecently attacked her.
The man, described as Middle Eastern or Indian, 5'6" to 5'8" and about 160 lbs., was dressed all in black, and ran down Ashmont towards Dorchester Avenue.