Live Boston reports things got a bit out of hand shortly before 3 a.m. at Salem and Prince streets. While one police officer applied a tourniquet to the man's wrist, others were busy arresting a suspect.
Boston Police report arresting Carl Larson, 23, of Burlington.
While on directed patrol on Prince Street, Officers heard yelling coming from the area of Bova's Bakery, located at 134 Salem Street. Officers approached the intersection where multiple people were yelling. Officers observed a large pane glass window that was shattered and an individual sitting on the sidewalk bleeding. As officers approached the scene, multiple people on scene pointed in the direction of a male, later identified as Larson, fleeing the scene on foot. Officers chased the suspect on foot and apprehended him a short distance away. The adult male victim had a severe laceration to his hand that required the officer to place a tourniquet on his arm to stop the bleeding. The on-scene investigation detailed that Larson had punched the victim several times before throwing him through the plate glass window.
Larson was charged with aggravated assault and battery, assault and battery and malicious destruction of property, police say.