Boston Police report officers investigating an "unknown medical situation" at 55 Fenwood Rd. around 7:40 p.m. found a man with gunshot wounds. He was transported to a nearby hospital, where he died.
Boston Police report a man was fatally shot around 1:35 a.m. at 144 Falcon St..
He is Boston's first homicide victim of 2016.
UPDATE: Boston Police report the more seriously injured victim died.
Around 8:45 a.m. outside 23 Wilmore St., between Blue Hill Avenue and Norfolk Street. Because of the severity of at least one victim's injuries, the homicide unit was summoned. Possibly six rounds fired. Both victims are in their late teens.
Around 4 p.m. at 60 Annunciation Rd., Boston Police report.
You ainâ€™t nothing but a Thug Dog, shootin hidin all the time
You ainâ€™t nothing but a Thug Dog, scheming and hustling all the time
When 5-0 gets you, you gonna be doin time.
So You think youâ€™re a badass, with your big mouth and your guns
So You think youâ€™re a badass, doin drive bys then on the run
A bullet may get you then your Thuggin days will be done
Boston Police report Anthony Sinclair, 28, was stabbed around 12:30 a.m. at 5 Nightingale St. He was taken to Boston Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
Valerie Cirilo-Perez, 25, was charged with murder. She is scheduled for arraignment in Dorchester Municipal Court today.
UPDATE: WBZ identifies the victim as Jephthe Chery, a Keolis commuter-rail conductor.
Boston Police report a man in his late 20s was shot dead around 2 a.m. outside Who's on First, 19 Yawkey Way.
Three other men, also in their late 20s, were taken to local hospitals with injuries that did not appear life threatening, police say.
Two women were shot outside the bar on Sept. 6.
Shortly before 6 p.m. in the municipal parking lot on Centre between Forbes and Wyman streets.
One of the victims, shot in the head in the municipal parking lot, was pronounced dead at the scene; the other, shot in the torso, was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries, Boston Police report.
Possible shooter described as a white man in a black hoodie and blue jeans, who limped to a car that sped off.
Centre Street was shut between Hyde and Jackson squares for the investigation.
The Globe reports police are investigating why the two failed to try to corroborate Stephanie McMahon's assertion she had a restraining order against her boyfriend on Nov. 16 of last year. They took him to a detox center instead of to a lockup; now he's charged with returning the next day and beating her to death.