The woman, 22, was found with a gunshot wound at Geneva Avenue and Westville Street around 4 a.m. Rushed to Boston Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. Possibly related to a party in the area.
Chiara Levin, 22, of Danville, Ky., pronounced dead at Boston Medical Center; shooting occurred outside a late-night party. Police do not think Levin was the intended victim. Man in car also shot; not seriously.
Geneva Ave. and Westville St.
Business Week declares Dorchester one of America's next hot neigborhoods:
... Almost a separate city in itself, Dorchester is a large and diverse working-class community south of Boston's center, with many Irish and Southeast Asian immigrants, as well as a significant African American population. Residents enjoy riverfront amenities like beaches and boating, as well as the green space and recreational activities of 527-acre Franklin Park. ...
Man attacked from behind, taken to Boston Medical Center for treatment.
By one of two teens who stole her purse. Two supsects arrested near Shawmut T stop.
552 Beaverr St.
Quinntessa Blackwell, 18, transported to Boston Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead.
72 Olney St.
Man took one shot; officer took cover. Suspect arrested soon after.
Carmaine Johnson, 20, of Dorchester charge dwith Assault with Intent to Murder, Carrying a Loaded a Firearm, Unlawful Possession a Firearm (2nd Offense), Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Discharging a Firearm within 500? of a Dwelling, Armed Career Criminal, and Trespassing.
Victim taken to Boston Medical Center in critical condition.
6 Greenmount St.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports that C.F. Donovan's, "a great little restaurant and pub" on Savin Hill Avenue, is opening a new location on Hyde Park Avenue. That would explain all the renovation work going on at the old Mario's.
Dispute over lack of chicken leads to brawl; punches thrown, knife brandished, two arrested.
105 Lawrence Ave.
Taken to Boston Medical Center.
336 Talbot Ave.
See, if it's 2:27 in the morning and you're standing around yelling at each other at the corner of Tremont and Winter streets downtown, you might want to listen to the officer when he tells you to break it up instead of ganging up on him, because, you know, cops today have radios and stuff:
Man found dead around 9 p.m. yesterday at 63 Armandine St., Dorchester.
Four thugs got off four rounds at 337 Centre St. (Mozart Park) in Jamaica Plain sometime today before fleeing in a 2000 Honda Civic (Mass. plates, 13TB55). Nobody reported injured.
Coincidence? This graffiti showed up on the grates on both the Bani Restaurant and Dajajo's sometime this weekend or early Monday. Then two teens were shot right there on Tuesday.
Jova Guidroz, 27, of Dorchester, pronounced dead at the scene.
63 Armandine St.
Taken to Boston Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
23 Irma St.
Victim, Andrew Keith, 22, pronounced dead at the scene.
Columbia Road and Devon Street
Victim got himself to Carney Hospital for treatment.
10 Dunbar Ave.
Geoff Edgers reports that somebody's illegally broadcasting gospel and hip hop at 99.7, making it impossible for people in Ashmont to hear the classical station. Wonder if it's these guys? In any case, Edgers adds the FCC is on the case. I found the link to the station site on this page, which lists a whole bunch of low-power and pirate stations in Boston, many serving the local Haitian community.