Officer notices two men chasing a third; he chases them, arrests them for armed robbery. Exact time not given in BPD report.
Adams St. near Dorchester Ave.
Kathy Booth, 42, charged with murdering Keith Payne, 44, of Dorchester.
34 Mallon Rd.
Dwayne Turnbow, 29, taken to Boston Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
939 Blue Hill Ave.
Said they were stabbed by two Hispanic males after a brief fight; suspects fled in a car.
Dorchester Ave. and Adams St.
Victim taken to Boston Medical Center, where he died.
Magnolia and Woodford streets
Allen McNeal, 32, found shot in hallway. Taken to Boston Medical Center, where he died at 3:07 a.m.
29 W. Tremlett St.
Woman offered ride while waiting for a cab. Driver pulled out gun and robbed her of $10.
Blue Hill Ave. and Stratton St.
Man coming home confronted by mugger, who forces him into his home, puts a gun to his head and takes money and other items.
21 Norwell St.
Guy with shotgun demands money from man. His children escape, the two struggle, with the fight moving into the building foyer.
Police arrested Anthony Boyette, 18, of Dorchester and charged him with Home Invasion, two counts of Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon, Possession of a Sawed-Off Shotgun, two counts of Assault by Means of a Dangerous Weapon, Armed Assault with Intent to Rob or Murder, Armed Assault in a Dwelling, and Intimidation of a Witness. He will be arraigned in the Roxbury District Court on Monday morning.
Three, ages, 16, 24 and 28, shot. Taken to BMC; the older two in critical condition.
760 Washington St.
Teen, 15, charged with holding woman up at gunpoint.
87 Norwell St.
Man, 26, taken to Boston Medical Center with injury not considered life threatening.
Walton and Washington streets
Two women, one man, charged with robbing man at gunpoint; male suspect holed up in apartment for two hours until he was forced out by tear gas.
37 Wales St.
Two Asian males, armed with gun and tire iron, broke into apartment, hit one victim in head as she tried to flee.
Suspects got away in a silver Mercedes.
1331 Dorchester Ave.
Suspects forced employees into freezer; got away in red, 1998 Olds Cutlass.
100 Washington St.
Alex Mendes, 24, pronounced dead at Boston Medical Center.
13 Wendover St.
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