Patrick Barry was arraigned today for the second of two assault/stabbing cases on Mission Hill, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
A spokesman adds, "Investigators are reviewing other open sexual assaults for potential links, but no other charges have been sought at this point."
On June 1, three women were jumped on or near Phillips Street on Beacon Hill, . Police say this video possibly shows the attacker in that case - whom one victim described as being in his late 20s or early 30s, however.
Patrick Barry, 21, is expected to be arraigned, possibly this afternoon, for the second of two weekend attacks on women on Mission Hill, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Barry, charged yesterday for allegedly sexually assaulting and stabbing a woman at Huntington Avenue and Vancouver Street in Roxbury District Court will be charged with a second, similar attack on another woman at Huntington and Parker Hill Street, near his Huntington Avenue apartment. His arraignment for that attack will be in West Roxbury District Court due to the boundaries of the court districts, the DA's office says.
The DA's office says additional information uncovered over the past 24 hours led to the second set of charges.
A Roxbury 15-year-old was ordered held in lieu of $100,000 bail today at her first court appearance on charges she threw bleach in a man's face during a robbery on a 28 bus last week, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Lai Lawnnie Douglas, 22, had her bail set at $20,000, the DA's office says
The DA's office provided this account of the attack:
Madison Park, the city's only vocational high school, hasn't gotten the improvements the mayor and the school superintendent promised, the Globe reports.
Barry, a Northeastern student, will be arraigned in Roxbury District Court this morning on charges of assault with intent to rape, police say.
Barry was arrested on Huntington Avenue around midnight. The Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports Barry lives at 878 Huntington Ave., a block away from the second of Sunday's attacks, at Huntington and Parker Hill Street.
On Father's Day, a disgruntled citizen complains about a broken streetlight on Melnea Cass Boulevard:
My daughter was very excited when our broken light was fixed. On our Father's Day walk we went to see the repairs. As you can see, nothing has been done. Please restore my 4 year old's faith in city government and her trust in her daddy.
Boston Police have released photos from surveillance cameras of a man they say they want to talk to about the two women who were sexually assaulted and stabbed on Mission Hill early Sunday morning.
Update: Photos of possible suspect released.
Boston Police report two women were grabbed and stabbed early this morning, possibly by the same man.
In both cases, the women were grabbed from behind, police say.
In the first case, a woman walking in the area of Vancouver Street and Huntington Avenue told police:
Updated, 6:35 p.m.
Transit Police report they have arrested Lai Lawnnie Douglas, 22, on charges she took part in a robbery/bleach attack on a 28 bus on Sunday. Her arrest warrant charges her with unarmed robbery, mayhem and indecent assault and battery.
A juvenile, not identified because of her age, is also charged and has been picked up, police say. Police say they know who the third suspect is and are looking for her.
Transit Police report they are looking for a woman packing bleach and two accomplices for an attack on a 28 bus early Sunday.
According to police, a man sitting on the bus in Grove Hall resisted getting robbed by the three women, around 2 a.m.:
A substance believed to be bleach, was doused in the victim's face during the assault and subsequent robbery. The victim was assisted by others in flushing his eyes after the assault.
When found, the women will face charges of unarmed robbery, mayhem and assault and battery. If they look familiar, contact Transit Police at 617-222-1050 or via an anonymous text tip to 873873.
Stanley Staco reports the Maywood Market, Blue Hill Avenue and Maywood Street, was held up around 10:10 p.m. by a masked man with a gun. Police found the cash register - without any cash - not far away on Blue Hill Avenue.
Police are looking for a black man in a gray hoodie with a big red Adidas symbol.
And no doubt completely unrelated. If you happen to pass by the biolab on Albany Street Wednesday morning, don't worry about all the emergency vehicles you'll see parked out front - there'll be no Andromeda Strain release that day (besides, the lab hasn't yet gotten final approval to stock killer death viruses, let alone hexagonal killer death viruses from outer space).
Boston Police report arresting the man they say had gone on a robbery spree at Boston McDonald's and Dunkin' Donuts.
Richard Calderon-Colon, 40, was sleeping in a car parked outside 27 Ames St. when officers woke him up at 7:54 a.m. today and arrested him on charges related to five fast-food armed robberies over the past couple of weeks, police say.
In one of the cases, at a Dunkin' Donuts on Morton Street in Mattapan, police say, Calderon-Colon ordered a coffee and a donut, ate the donut and then asked for another, after which he pulled out a handgun and demanded money. Police say he also first ordered coffee in three of the other four robberies.
Calderon-Colon is scheduled for arraignment Monday in Dorchester District Court, police say.
City Councilors Ayanna Pressley (at large) and Tito Jackson (Roxbury) say the city needs to figure out how to get liquor licenses to restaurants in Dudley Square, in a city where licenses increasingly go to pricey chains in areas such as the waterfront and downtown.
Around 9:45 p.m. on the outbound side of the Orange Line station.
Nakia Hill tweets:
Omg! I just witnessed some brave passengers help a [man] who fell on the train tracks as a train approached. They saved his life!
Curt Nickish also saw his rescue:
He's bleeding but being attended to.
Casey was right there:
He fell right in front of me. I almost told him not to step but couldn't. I keep thinking I could've stopped him. But there was no time. He didn't realize he was stepping off.
Devone Suber, 27, of Roxbury, was ordered held without bail today at his arraignment on charges he murdered Maiqi Hernandez and shot a woman inside 41 Prentiss St. on May 3, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Suber was actually arrested shortly after the shooting on a charge of illegal ammunition possession; police then dug up enough evidence to charge him with the double shooting.
According to the DA's office, the two had had an argument inside the building, where Maiqi lived, earlier in the evening. Suber went home, got a gun, came back, opened Maiqi's door and shot him in the chest, the DA's office says, adding that when he was arrested nearby on Annunciation Road, he had 45 rounds of ammunition on him.
The driver of a truck that had just offloaded steel to that new building under construction at Longwood and Brookline cut a right turn just a bit too closely around 1:30 p.m. and took out a traffic light at the intersection before it came to a halt.
Traffic through the intersection quickly came to a halt itself. Boston Police tried to keep traffic out of the Longwood Medical Area by blocking cars from Brookline Avenue at the Fenway and on Longwood at Avenue Louis Pasteur.
One person was injured in the smashup: A doctor who knew just what to do for the two cuts on his arm - he walked over to Beth Israel.
Carolyn Lewenberg's The Head is currently sprouting in front of the Boston Latin School parking lot - literally. Those bag things on its head contain grass seed, which this morning showed signs of sprouting - and of needing a good soak.
Lewenberg describes the head's origins as an art project at Jeremiah Burke High School last year:
UPDATE: Boston Police identify the murder victim as Brianna Bigby, 23.
Police are in the area of Columbus Avenue and Washington Street where two people were shot around 3:20 p.m., with one victim dead.
Police are looking for a black SUV, possibly a Dodge Durango, with tinted windows, which left the scene at a high rate of speed. It was occupied by two black males, both beefy, with the driver bald. It sideswiped two vehicles on the passenger side on Abbotsford Road before disappearing completely.
The shooting comes after this morning's double shooting on Humboldt Avenue.
Happened around 5 p.m., service was halted in both directions. Cop got her kid, both got off the tracks and service resumed a few minutes later.
The formerly upright tree, at the intersection of Warren and Walnut avenues, is now horizontal and lying across the road, at least until the DPW or Parks Department can remove it.