Last May, the MBTA released a video showing a Transit Police detective rescuing a man from jumping in front of a train at Park Street. WCVB reports the man now has a lawyer - who had to sue to get the complete video, which shows the two struggled on the platform and the detective punching the man to subdue him.... Read more
Around 4 p.m., the Boston Fire Department reports.
Transit Police report the "trespasser" was a man in his 30s.
The T has replaced Red Line service with shuttle buses.
Kelli Autumn videoed first responders on the platform:
â€” Kelli Autumn (@Kelli_Autumn)... Read more
Lexiiiiii spotted this solitary shoe at Park Street on the Green Line yesterday: Somebody so desperate to get on a train, they didn't want to try to unstick it, or sign of a partial rapture?
File this under: Kids, don't try this at home - or when Transit Police are around, or, at all:
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Boston Police report arresting three people who allegedly used a fire escape and scaffolding to clamber to the top of 9 Park St. early this morning.
Police required the help of a BFD ladder truck to get the suspects - and the arresting officers - down.
Police say officers responded around 1:45 a.m. after a neighbor called 911 to report hearing people up on... Read more
A small track fire on the Green Line near Park Street tonight halted service and left some riders sitting on trains in tunnels.
At 8:36 p.m., Myron-Fletch Freeman tweeted:
Still trapped on Green Line train outside Government Center. And this city thinks it could host an Olympics .
That was more than 20 minutes after he first reported his trolley was stuck in the... Read more
Let's see: There's a dead Red Line train at Park Street, a dead trolley somewhere on the inbound side of the D line and there are major delays for some no doubt good reason on the Fitchburg Line.
Christopher Cardalino of Somerville, police say, abandoned his faithful dog when officers came after him for piggybacking through a Park Street fare gate Thursday evening.
Upon approach of the officers Cardalino became nervous and when asked for some form of identification Cardalino dropped the leash for his dog and took off running. The dog, possibly abandoned and appearing confused, also ran in the direction of... Read more
Track problems at Park Street mean travel problems for riders heading to Mission Hill, Brighton, Brookline and Newton.
A Lawrence man faces arraignment today on charges of assault and battery and indecent exposure for an incident around 7:25 p.m. on Saturday at the Park Street T stop.
Transit Police report that Saud Alradada, 21, of Lawrence, went up to a T worker standing by the fare gates and punched her in the shoulder for no good reason:
The victim yelled out to... Read more
Transit Police posted this video of quick action by Det. Sean Conway around 2:10 p.m. yesterday at Park Street:
The male was about to jump into the "pit" area when the quick acting detective was able to grab the male, practically in mid air, and prevent him from harming himself.
Anthony Peppe, 68, was arraigned yesterday on a charge of indecent assault and battery for an incident at Park Street on April 8.
According to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office, Peppe grabbed a woman's buttocks as she was about to board a trolley that afternoon:
Another male passenger told the assailant, later identified as Peppe, to leave the victim alone, and all three entered... Read more
Transit Police report they are looking for this guy, who, they say, indecently assaulted two women on April 8.
First, around 3:35, he touched a woman at Park Street around 3:35 p.m. He then got on an outbound trolley and did the same thing to another woman as she exited the train at Arlington.
He's in his 50s and wore a black knit cap,... Read more
Steve Burns witnessed Keytar Bear meeting up with Simba the Lion at Park Street today.
Now if only Keytar Bear could pose with a turkey in front of a rainbow while a helicopter hovers overhead ...
UPDATE, Thursday: Transit Police report arresting Calvin White, 40, on two counts of assault and battery and disorderly conduct.
Cherie L. King wonders what you can get on track 5 at Park Street.
A trolley decided Park Street was a good place to push up some daisies around 7:10 this morning. Or as A.P. Blake puts it:
My Green Line died in the worst possible spot. Blocking the mainline and Park St loop. Inspectors entering tunnel. All of the MBTA Green Line is at a halt downtown. Train needed to push mine.... Read more