Transit Police report arresting a Quincy man for a pair of attacks on the same woman at the Braintree T stop around 10 p.m. on Saturday.
Police say Marc Dicarli, 40, noticed a woman bending over to pick up something she'd dropped at the bus station, so he
Came behind her and indecently assaulted her. The victim tried her best to push the suspect away. The suspect ceased his behavior temporarily and walked away however he returned to the victim's location and physically assaulted her again. The victim attempted to defend herself and eventually police responded.
Dicarli was charged with indecent assault and battery and assault and battery, police say.
A pizza-delivery guy was robbed of his keys and the pizza he was carrying at Edgerly Road and Westland Avenue around 10:45 p.m. by a group of eight to ten black teenagers. About 15 minutes earlier, another man was attacked, possibly by the same group, nearby on Huntington Avenue.
Brianne Fitzgerald, an RN with a master's in public health explains why "harm reduction" efforts, such as an Albany Street facility where addicts can come down from a high under medical supervision, shouldn't be expanded to include "safe injection" sites:
It's essentially giving up hope on people who use IV drugs. One might even call this end-of-life or hospice care. The idea of such a facility takes away a person’s autonomy and essentially forces a social agenda that supports the normalization of IV drug use over active care and treatment.
The family of Kevin Cellucci posted yesterday that he had died, 3 1/2 years after a speeding West Roxbury teenager rolled his SUV across the Arborway and plowed into Cellucci's pickup as he drove to a job.
The driver, Nikolas Papadopoulos, got a year in jail for causing the crash, which also left one of his passengers permanently paralyzed.
Cellucci leaves his wife Tina and his three sons, Stephen, Declan and Paul.