Seaport bowling-alley worker charged with slashing somebody's neck
Live Boston reports an employee at Kings on Seaport Boulevard slashed somebody in the neck around 8:30 p.m. and that police found and arrested him about a half hour later. The victim is expected to survive.
Boston Police report that the suspect, Dorian Jenkins, 20, was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon:
On arrival, officers observed an adult male victim suffering from a small laceration to his neck. The victim stated that a male known to him attacked him from behind and sliced his neck. The victim stated that the incident was completely unprovoked. With the help of bystanders, the victim was able to free himself from Jenkins and was also able to disarm him. Jenkins then fled the scene on foot.
Police say they found Jenkins in a nearby parking garage.
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Not regal, just illegal
A prohibition on stabbing or other violence wasn't specifically mentioned in the employee handbook.
It must be REALLY tough for employers to find good help.
Bowling is the destruction of order for entertainment purposes. Should society be surprised when it gets out of hand and erupts into violence? It is a gateway to anarchy!
Also... dancing ultimately causes unwanted pregnancies. A few desired pregnacies, sure.
Perhaps Boston businesses
Perhaps Boston businesses should consider a no knife policy for employees.
Mike Ehrmantraut from Breaking Bad
"You ever come to work with a gun again without telling me, I'm going to stick it up your (expletive) sideways."
Perhaps they should up their game
Pay more for vetted employees?
How will they afford their ninth bar less than two miles away from four that they already have, or their Porsche?
Welcome to the end
Of alcohol-based social spaces, because clearly, the pool of civilized people to staff them is quickly drying up.
Of course, those pieces of garbage Kathleen Joyce, Liam Curran, and Keanna Saxon will make this Kings' fault and ruin everyone else's good time, because they're obnoxious sociopaths who are incapable of quietly minding their business instead of poisoning their community.
Good thing scripted television, retail alcohol, and pornography remain abundant.
Take a deep breath!
Take your tone policing elsewhere
My friend got railroaded by those three appointees, none of whom have ever, to my knowledge, so much as touched a tap handle.
They'll face my scorn until they quit or die.
So if you haven't been a bartender, you should just be quiet? Where have you tended bar, Will?
What city's bar licensing board do I serve on?
Since you have zero experience on the board, how do you know what they should or shouldn't do? They know more about that than you. If any bartender hasn't served on the licensing board, who are they to say what is a good or bad decision.
You currently are the president of the board of dodging questions.
You dodged the question "where have you served bar" because you haven't as so much as touched a bartap. You aren't a bartender. Since you were never a bartender, guess you don't get any say in their matters either, right?
Based on one example?
Sounds like a personal beef
From the BPD Facebook page:
At about 8:21 PM on Friday, May 6, 2022, Officers assigned to District C-6 (South Boston) responded to a radio call for an Assault & Battery in Progress at 60 Seaport Boulevard and arrested Dorian Jenkins, 20, of Boston.
On arrival, officers observed an adult male victim suffering from a small laceration to his neck. The victim stated that a male known to him attacked him from behind and sliced his neck. The victim stated that the incident was completely unprovoked. With the help of bystanders, the victim was able to free himself from Jenkins and was also able to disarm him. Jenkins then fled the scene on foot. The victim was transported to a local area hospital for further treatment. Several officers began to search for the Jenkins, and he was located nearby in a parking structure. Jenkins was taken into custody without further incident.