Late Friday night, police were called almost simultaneously to a stabbing at 67 Brookledge St., another stabbing about a block away at Humboldt Avenue and Seaver Street and a car rollover with injuries a few blocks north of that at Humboldt and Crawford Street.
Happened around 2:30 p.m. at Columbia Road and Brunswick Street. An ambulance was also summoned for the suspect, who was found with a bloody nose.
Update: Arrest made.
The victim, suffering from life threatening injuries, was transported to Boston Medical Center where she was pronounced deceased as a result of her injuries sustained. Homicide detectives are awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine the cause and manner of the victim's death.
NECN reports she was Barbara Coyne and that state Sen. Jack Hart vows her killer will be brought to justice.
In August of last year, Barbara Tagen, 65, was found beaten to death in her Andrew Square apartment. An alleged drug-using neighbor faces trial on a charge of first-degree murder for her death.
The victim was taken to the medical center for treatment of what police say was non-life-threatening injuries.
Javier Fernandez, 35, of Dorchester, was charged with assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, a knife. Jose Lugo, 31, of Hyde Park, was charged with assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon. Police say security personnel from the medical center and a nearby club helped find and arrest the two.
On March 26, three men were charged with beating and attempting to kidnap a man in the garage.
Boston Police report arresting three men at the McDonald's on Dorchester Avenue last night on charges they stuck up a somebody who'd bought one one of them a cheeseburger.
Police say Jerome Young, 38, of Dorchester was standing outside the McDonald's around 10:35 p.m. when he asked a person going in to buy him a cheeseburger. Amazingly, the person did just that and came outside with it:
At that time, Jerome Young and the two other bicycle-riding suspects surrounded the victim. Young then demanded the victim's money, made threats to assault and displayed a knife. Young proceeded to take money out of the victim's pocket.
Young and his one of his two alleged wards, both 18, tried to hightail it out of the area on bicycles, but were unable to pedal fast enough to evade police. The third was arrested at the McDonald's entrance, police say.
Young was charged with armed robbery, threateds and unlawfully carrying a dangerous weapon. Joshua Madison and James Martin, both also from Dorchester, were charged with armed robbery joint venture.
Police say officers returned the victim's money.
Brian D'Amico reports a man stabbed in the neck was found at Bowdoin and Washington streets shortly before 9 p.m. He was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. Not long after, a second man was found with a stab wound to the stomach and was transported to a local hospital under police guard.
Boston Police report a man walking his dog around 4 p.m. on Heath Street near South Huntington was robbed by a guy on a mountain bike.
Police say the victim began to chase the bike rider - until he took out and flashed a knife, escaping down Day Street.
Police described the robber as black, heavy set, 6' to 6'2" and weighing 220 to 240 lbs. He was between 35 and 45 and wearing a blue short-sleeved shirt and blue jeans as he pedaled away on his black or dark-blue bike.
A Centerville man who tried pulling one woman into his Jeep, then broke into another woman's apartment, led police on a short chase that ended with him hitting a cruiser then trying to run away and finally struggling with officers as he refused to let go of a knife, police say.
Christopher Baker, 43, was charged with attempted kidnapping, home invasion, armed breaking and entering of a dwelling house, assault by means of a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a police officer, operating after license revocation and failing to stop for police officers following a two-hour hunt across Roxbury's Fort Hill neighborhood.
Boston Police are investigating a stabbing around 11:30 a.m. outside the Bowdoin Street Health Center, 280 Bowdoin St.
Police are looking for a black man, with shoulder-length dreadlocks, wearing a long-sleeve white T shirt with a black-and-white checkered vest.
Boston Police are investigating how two people wound up with stab wounds on Semont Road shortly after 10 p.m. and their connecton to a man with a stab wound who walked into Boston Medical Center not long after that.
At least one of the victims on Semont was in bad enough condition to have the homicide unit summoned.
At least six people were reported running from the scene, which may have started as a fight outside St. Mark's Church around the corner on Dorchester Avenue.
Dorchester Avenue in the area of the crime scene was shut down for the police investigation.
Police say officers initially arrived to investigate reports of shots fired
On arrival, officers observed a large group of partygoers leaving the area. Officers observed broken bottles on the ground outside and a window to the building damaged. Officers entered the building to conduct a premise inspection.
While inside, officers observed a male, in his twenties, who was suffering from what appeared to be a stab wound. The victim was transported to Boston Medical Center and is listed in stable condition.
Police say trouble started when some uninvited guests refused to leave. Police did not say if the stabbing victim was an invited or uninvited guest.
While inside the market, the victim stated to officers he got into a physical altercation. The victim stated that during the altercation he was stabbed by an unknown male.
Police say the victim is expected to survive the 7:30 p.m. stabbing.
Alert New England reports somebody was stabbed on the basketball court in the Southwest Corridor Park behind BPD headquarters this afternoon.
The suspect is described as a black or Hispanic male, about 6' tall and wearing a black North Face jacket, dark skinny jeans and black polo boots.
A fourth suspect remains at large, police say.
According to police, the four approached the man, showed a knife, pulled his hood over his face and then pushed him to the ground. They removed his wallet and cellphone from his pockets, then ran through Charlesgate and down Bay State Road, police say. Officers scouring the area noticed three of the men running across the footbridge from Silber Way to the Esplanade:
Police say Ortiz went up to his victim and asked for some change:
The victim reported that when she declined the request, the suspect stated, "Give me your (explicit) cash." Officers were advised by victim she did not have any money and advised the suspect. The suspect placed his hand on her shoulder and had a knife in his other hand and made gestures towards the victim's abdomen area.
Police say officers found Ortiz wandering around the area not long after.
Stanley Staco reports a brawl that started around 9:20 p.m. at Tremont and Parker streets spread down Malcolm X to Washington Street, where two people wound up stabbed before Boston and Transit Police moved in en masse and shut the street as they cleared fighters and investigated the stabbings.
The most seriously injured was a bouncer, in his 40s, who was trying to break up the brawl that led to the other six stabbings, police say. He's in critical condition with life-threatening injuries. None of the other injuries are considered life threatening, police say.
The bar, known formally as Upstairs, Downstairs, has had issues with violence in the past. Police issued a citation for today's incident, which means a hearing before the Boston Licensing Board and possible penalties from a reduction in hours to revocation of its liquor license.
Police: Officers forced to draw weapons to stop man walking around Egleston Square with a butcher knifeBy adamg - 2/17/12 - 4:00 pm
Boston Police report arresting a Brighton man on charges he burst into a house around the corner from his and robbed one of its occupants at machete point.
A second man, who police say stabbed the occupant in the hand with a hypodermic needle, is still at large, police say.
According to police, the victim noticed several guys sitting on a wall across from his home at 136 Chiswick Rd. around 10:15 p.m. yesterday:
Boston Police report that a routine traffic stop of a driver who turned without signalling turned into an arrest for weapons and drug charges Friday night.
Police say one thing led to another and before long they were placing Dexter Winnie, 22, of Dorchester under arrest at School and Bradlee streets on charges of illegal possession of brass knuckles and a knife and possession with intent to distribute marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school. He was also issued a citation for failure to signal.
Boston Police report finding a 29-year-old man with a stab wound inside a Union Park Street residence around 7:30 a.m. today. As they rushed the man to Boston Medical Center in critical condition, they charged Soren Capawanna, 26, with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Police say the man is expected to survive the "domestic violence related stabbing."