A Dorchester Municipal Court judge today continued a Roslindale woman's $10,000 bail on gun charges, but also ordered her to wear a GPS device, be home by 7 p.m. every night and to stay away from the Franklin Field area following her arrest there shortly after 4 a.m. on Saturday. Read more.
Mayor Walsh said today he is asking the City Council to pass an ordinance to ban replica handguns in public.
In a statement, Walsh said: Read more.
Around 8:10 p.m. on Belden Street. Bullets were found in the playground and on the street - with one bullet making it into a house on Eastman Street near Elder.
Around 1:45 a.m. at Blue Hill Avenue and Woodhaven Street, Stanley Staco reports.
Two houses, one on Evelyn Street, one around the corner on Norfolk Street, were hit by gunfire around 5:55 p.m. No human victims. After getting off several rounds, the shooter jumped into the back of a car that then sped away.
Around 9:55 p.m. at Hamilton and Stonehurst streets. Injuries not considered life threatening.
Around 11:40 p.m. on Sunday outside 53 Stockton St., Stanley Staco reports. Police recovered three shell casings, did not find any victims.
Two guys with a gun robbed Mr. Convenience, 646 Blue Hill Ave., around 11:20 p.m. on Friday.
Around 10 tonight, one guy with a gun robbed 786 Market, 249 Blue Hill Avenue, Stanley Staco reports.
Updated Thursday morning with additional information from BPD.
Around 11:30 p.m., somebody opened fire on a car on Spring Street near Baker that was heading towards Centre. The passenger, a man in his 30s, was hit.
The driver raced to Faulkner Hospital, from which the victim was transferred to a hospital with a trauma center. Boston Police report his injuries are not life-threatening.
Police do not have a suspect description.
Around 11:10 p.m. on St. Richard Street - where shots were also fired on July 6.
Shortly before midnight along Groom Street near Humphreys. At least two cars hit, at least one bullet wound up in the second floor of a house at the other end of Groom. Read more.
Stanley Staco reports somebody opened fire outside the DCR pool at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Washington Street around 2:20 p.m.
The pool, part of the Melnea Cass Recreational Complex, was quickly evacuated.
Police have recovered evidence of at least five shots, one of which hit the Cass building.
Around 9:40 p.m. at Olney and Everton streets. A house on Everton had a window shot out; two cars were also hit. Police are looking for two men on a scooter, one of whom fired at least 13 rounds.
Boston Police are investigating gunfire in front of their Tremont Street headquarters around 9:15 p.m.
The apparent targets were two men on bicycles across Tremont from the headquarters; the shots came from Tremont and Whittier, between BPD HQ and Northeastern's International Village building. Police have two suspects in custody after foot chases just across Melnea Cass Boulevard, on the other side of Tremont.
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today Suffolk County prosecutors cannot use a gun that fell down a man's pant leg after he was stopped by police as evidence against him because officers didn't have enough evidence to warrant "seizing" him in the first place.