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Two-fisted brick smasher sought for attack at Andrew station

Andrew suspect

Surveillance photo via Transit PD.

Transit Police report they are looking for a guy with a brick in each hand who smashed a man with them at the Andrew Square Red Line station around 1:45 p.m. on Saturday.

If he looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-222-1050 or send an anonymous text to 873873.

Police report the victim was taken to a local hospital with cuts and swelling on his face and head.

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Is this even a prosecutable offense around here?

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Is this even a prosecutable offense around here?

If not, it should be.

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The Suffolk County District Attorney's office has, and I realize this will be hard for somebody in your position to understand, never forsworn prosecution of violent crimes, such as, oh, hitting somebody in the head with a brick.

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Well, I hope you are right and that the victim wasn't recording the offender on their phone or held a cup of coffee.

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...and living rent free in your head.

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Looks like I do in yours.

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You show your ass, that's how you get the attention you crave.

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I dont believe it would be prosecuted, (according to the list the District attorney released )
But a violent assault will be.

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Breaking somebody's car window with a brick is an act of vandalism, and malicious destruction of property, which should be prosecuted in some way or other.

Also, supposed somebody was in that car, and this act resulted in serious injury, or possibly worse to that individual? Everybody should stop and think about it.

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Because it's apparently not in Boston, or even in Suffolk County.

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