Sergeant who'd been drinking behind Revere High with officer Daniel Talbot faces dismassal for allegedly running away after Talbot was shot and then lying to State Police investigators.
Two firefighters in midnight stabbing at Club Caravan.
A Revere man faces heroin-distribution charges despite mutilating his fingertips in an attempt to prevent investigators from matching him to evidence, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office says.
Rafael Cesario, 31, was arrested last week, along with two other men, on charges they ran a drug-distribution ring out of an apartment at 54 Shirley Ave. From a press release:
Suffolk County prosecutors successfully argued to have "major case prints" – inked impressions of the palm and entire length of the fingers ... because he had either burned or chewed off his own fingerprints. Investigators took his booking photo to the Registry of Motor Vehicles Facial Recognition Unit, which used biometric identification technology to match him with an active Massachusetts driver's license in that name – as well as a denied application for a license under [another name]
After driver suffers unknown medical emergency: Route 119 bus on Malden Street.
Larry Davidson reads the canard in City Weekly and so points out that the Blake House in Dorchester was actually built at least 30 years before the Revere House. He even posts days and times you can visit the house (and, sadly, adds "It's in a safe part of Dorchester, so don't worry about what you hear about our neighborhoods").
Milena Johana Henao Giraldo was arrested last week in New York on charges she plowed into a Revere pedestrian and then fled on Dec. 31, 2006, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Massachusetts state troopers are expected to return her to Boston today; she is expected to be arraigned on charges of motor vehicle homicide and leaving the scene of an accident causing death on Monday in Suffolk Superior Court.
According to the DA's office:
Indicted were Robert Iacoviello, Jr., 20, of Revere, charged with first-degree murder and three alleged accomplices: Derek Lodie, Gia Nagy and James Heang, all 17 and all of Revere.
Heang had not previously been charged, but had been held in jail since Oct. 1 on unrelated charges, according to the DA's office.
Robert Iacoviello, 20, of Revere, was today charged with the Sept. 29 murder of Revere police officer Daniel Talbot behind Revere High School.
Iacoviello has been held on a weapons charge since Oct. 1. Derek Lodie had previously been charged as an accessory in Talbot's death.
Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley described the prosecutor's version of events - and said the investigation continues (a third man is also under investigation):
Residents are advised not to wear t-shirts calling for the release of the one kid charged in connection with the murder of a Revere police officer.
Derek Lodie, 17, of Revere, was ordered held without bail today on a charge related to Sunday's death of Revere police officer Daniel Talbot, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. He was arraigned in Chelsea District Court today on a charge of being an accessory before the fact to murder.
The Globe reports on three additional arrests in Revere, but says officials aren't saying if they're connected.
Globe: He was member of antigang unit.
Boston Police report arresting Jeffery Sattery, 17, of Revere on a charge of asault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon following a fight on Sumner Street Friday night. His alleged victim was taken to Mass. General; expected to live. A juvie was charged with "affray," i.e., fighting in public; other kids spotted running from the scene were not charged.
So here is my question. Does anyone have a definitive answer as to what the Old North Church was called at the time of the American Revolution? I have unearthed some "family" historical documents stashed away since that time period that seem to indicate that Paul Revere's signals were actually sent from the Old North Meeting House. Would love to hear a response.
State Police are looking for a Winthrop woman on charges she ran down a Revere man this past Dec. 31, then fled.
Milena Johana Henao Giraldo, also known as Milena Henao, allegedly smashed into George Azarian, 61, as he tried to cross Ocean Avenue at Shirley Avenue, then just kept driving.
At one point, investigators actually were in the same room with the woman, but at that point they did not realize she was the alleged driver.
According to Suffolk County DA Dan Conley, the accident was caught on tape by a city surveillance camera, but officials could not determine its plate number:
"Where high technology failed, old-fashioned detective work carried the day," Conley said. "For weeks on end, State Police detectives canvassed three cities and towns to find this vehicle and its driver." On Feb. 7, detectives arrived at the home of a Winthrop woman who had such a vehicle registered in her name. They spoke to the woman's daughter, who said that the car was at an East Boston garage having its speedometer repaired. Giraldo, a friend of the daughter, was present at the time of the interview."
After the interview, however, Giraldo took a cab to the garage, picked up the car and fled. Officials say the car was really Giraldo's, but that her friend's mother had registered the car to help the young woman save on insurance.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the State Police Suffolk County Detective Unit at 617-727-8817.