Around 2:15 a.m. at Harvard and Algonquin streets. At least one shell casing recovered.
Stanley Stacos reports the incident happened on Brighton Avenue near Harvard Avenue. The shooting victim made his way into Patron's for care; the stabbing victim showed up not long after at a local hospital.
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.
At least two cars were shot up at Dearborn and Eustis streets around 3:05 p.m. Stanley Staco reports eight to ten shots. Police found a gun that may have been used.
An East Boston man had bail set at $2,500 today on charges related to the loaded gun and "high-capacity feeding device" police say they found in the trunk of his car after a traffic stop early Saturday in Dorchester.
At his arraignment today, Anthony Bailey's attorney, however, said the gun wasn't Bailey's - and couldn't be, because he can't see. "This man couldn't possibly use it," attorney Marcy Levington said, as her client, wearing dark sunglasses and holding a cane, stood in the prisoner's dock. Read more.
Around 10:15 p.m. in Oak Lawn Cemetery off Cummins Highway. The homicide unit was called in due to the severity of his injuries.
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.
A Dorchester man with a criminal record dating to at least 1981 was arraigned this week on weapons and drug charges after he was arrested by Boston Police officers executing a search warrant at his home.
Arnold Woodrum, 56, was arraigned of charges of unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, possession with intent to distribute a Class B substance as a subsequent offense and being a Level 3 armed career criminal - which will elevate his sentences on the other charges should he be convicted. Read more.
The Daily Beast reports.
Boston Police report detectives with a warrant and a SWAT team arrested Malachi Scott, 19, at 58 Gordon Ave. around 4:45 a.m. on charges he opened fire on a crowd outside the Whittier Street project on Oct. 28, hitting one man. Read more.
Around 9:30 p.m. on W. Rutland Park by four teens with guns. At least two suspects are in custody. The victim declined medical attention.
State Police say a suspect in a New Hampshire stolen-gun ring was arrested after he left his Boston hotel to run an errand last night.
State Police did not specify the hotel, but said they arrested Kevin Paul, 36, at Albany Street and Melnea Cass Boulevard, which is a couple blocks from the Crosstown Hampton Inn. Read More.