Points for creativity, if nothing else: Boston Police report arresting a couple of faux doxies for a pair of robberies on Charles Street and Tremont Street late last night. In the first case, the victim told police:
He was walking along Charles Street when he was approached by two women. The two women asked the victim if he would like to have a good time and he answered affirmatively. One of the two women then directed the victim to touch the other woman's breast and he heeded her instructions touching the other woman's breast. One the victim touched the other woman's breast he was then pushed against a wall and one of the women exclaimed, "You are under arrest, we are the police!" One of the suspects then reached into his pocket and removed both his wallet and cell phone and walked away.
Not long after, police say, officers on patrol in Chinatown noticed three women surrounding a man at LaGrange and Tremont, with one of them holding him by the neck:
Officers spoke to the male and he told officers that he was walking on LaGrange St. when he was approached by the same two females who had approached the victim from Charles Street and demanded to know what he was doing on the street. The victim then reported that before he could answer one of the suspects grabbed him by his shirt collar and took his wallet from his back pocket. One of the women after taking his wallet told him that they were cops and that he was going to jail. The woman holding him then told the other one to "call it in" and she started to motion as if she was waving someone to come to her aid.
Angela C. Kasper, 30 of Cary, NC and Kimberly Mosby, 43 of Boston, were arrested and charged with unarmed robbery and impersonating a police officer.