UPDATE: Victim identified as Yashua Amado, 29, of Mattapan.
The Dorchester Reporter reports three people were shot at 27 Deering Rd. shortly before 9:45 a.m. One was declared dead at the scene, the other two were taken to local hospitals.
The victim is Boston's 35th murder victim this year and the second in Mattapan in three days.
State Police are looking for the occupant of a car that pumped repeated shot into another car around 6:15 p.m. on Truman Parkway, near Neponset Avenue, sending the driver to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.Read more.
Around 10:5 p.m. at Olney Street and Blakeville. At least one car and one building hit.
On Penniman Road at Hano Street, around 10:55 p.m. At least one shell casing found inside the park there.
The Mobil station at Columbus Avenue and Washington Street was held up around 10:15 p.m. The suspect is described as a black male, 5'3" with a slim build and wearing a blue T-shirt and black pants, who fled on foot.
On Wardman Road, off Westminster Avenue, around 9:55 p.m.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court ruled today that Boston Police did nothing wrong in getting a cell-phone provider to let them track a woman in real time without a warrant because they had overheard her saying she was on her way to shoot somebody. Read more.
A Dorchester man who allegedly reached for a gun under his bed and threatened to kill both his girlfriend and her uncle now faces trial in federal court, because convicted felons like him are not supposed to have guns. Read more.
Victim identified as Dahrius Hollins, 28, of Hyde Park.
Boston Police report two men were shot at Osceola Street and Hopewell Road around 4:24 a.m. Both were taken to local hospitals, where one later died. Mass Incident Paging reports the murdered victim was shot in the chest; the other man in the leg.
This is Boston's 30th murder in 2018.
Four shots, shortly after 7:50 p.m.
Boston Police report arresting a Mattapan man on gun charges in Dorchester yesterday after, they say, he began to run, pulled out a gun and then slammed right into the cruiser he failed to notice an officer had driven onto the sidewalk to block his way because he was too busy looking back at the officers chasing him. Read more.
Around 9 p.m. - about four blocks from where shots were fired last night at Elmhurst Street.
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