Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Boston, Massachusetts. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Boston Massachusetts Police Station Address: 40 Sudbury St, Boston, MA 02114, United States


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#OneLessGun: Officer Investigate Motor Vehicle Crash and Recovered Firearm in Roxbury https://t.co/2hayx4NYVo https://t.co/x0QTFvwhOs

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#OneLessGun: Officers Arrest Two Suspects, Recover Two Firearms in South Boston https://t.co/iyDKLgAO0Q https://t.co/ApUI9sTZD8

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#KeepingBostonSafe: Officers Recover Two Firearms, Arrest Two Suspects during Search Warrant Execution in Dorchester #OneLessGun https://t.co/lC7CqfWBTo https://t.co/ZQwMwcibZU

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#OneLessGun: Two Loaded Firearms Recovered, Three Suspects in Custody During Two Separate Incidents in Just Over One Hour #BPD #DoingOurPart https://t.co/WqrPtlCfR1 https://t.co/MTR5dtqOCq

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One Less Gun: Officers Arrest Two Suspects, Recover Two Firearms in South Boston

At about 2:00 AM on Friday, January 19, 2018, officers from District C-6 (South Boston) responded to a radio call for a person with a gun in the area of Ticknor Street. Officers on patrol in the area received a description of two men carrying what appeared to be a rifle case alight in a four-door silver PT Cruiser.

Officers travelling on L Street observed a silver PT Cruiser with two occupants cross over L Street on Eighth. Officers attempted to conduct a stop of the vehicle, activating the blue lights and siren on their marked cruiser. The vehicle stopped long enough for officers to approach and demand to see the occupants’ hands. Officers observed a clear plastic bag in the passenger’s hands before the operator drove away. Officers observed the vehicle take a left on I Street and drove in that direction. While on I Street, officers observed the passenger, later identified as 38-year-old Brendan P. Donovan of South Boston, walking on I Street. Officers stopped him and conducted a pat frisk. When officers pulled a hard object (later identified as a clear plastic bag with a Shinola brand wrist watch in it) out of the Donovan’s pant pocket, a small clear plastic bag with a white powdery substance believed to be cocaine also fell out of the pocket with it.

At about the same time, a State trooper observed the same PT Cruiser travelling on Day Boulevard. The trooper followed the vehicle for several turns near the area of Preble Street, but momentarily lost sight of the car near Mohawk Street and Devine Way. The trooper continued the search for the vehicle and soon located it parked on a pedestrian pathway in the Sterling Square courtyard. The operator, later identified as 45-year-old Keith M. Kimball of Dorchester, was outside the car and submitted to a pat frisk by the trooper. As a result, the trooper located a trigger lock inside his pocket. BPD officers arriving on scene observed a black case a short distance away in the rear of 17 Gavin Way. Inside the case were two firearms (both had brown wooden stocks with black barrels believed to be .22 caliber). Inside the vehicle officers recovered a black ski mask, a set of black gloves, and one single black glove.
Officers arrested Donovan and Kimball and charged them with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and Unlawfully Carrying an Unloaded Rifle/Shotgun on a Public Way. Donovan was additionally charged with Possession of Class B Substance (Cocaine) and Possession of Class E Substance when six Aderol pills were found in his pocket at booking. Officers additionally charged Kimball with Operating a Motor Vehicle after License Suspended/Revoked.

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Keeping Boston Safe: Officers Recover Two Firearms, Arrest Two Suspects during Search Warrant Execution in Dorchester

At about 1:30 AM on Saturday, January 20, 2018, members of the District C-11 (Dorchester) Neighborhood Drug Control Unit, with the assistance of BPD SWAT, executed a search warrant issued out of Dorchester District Court in the area of 73 Charles Street.

As a result of the warrant, officers recovered the following items:

-One loaded Kel-Tec PF9 9mm firearm with obliterated serial number
-One loaded .22 caliber LA’s Deputy pistol
-One plastic bag containing 10 small plastic bags of crack cocaine
-One prescription bottle containing marijuana
-One plastic bag containing 10 rounds of ammunition
-Five cellular phones
-$276 in US paper currency

Officers arrested 20-year-old Lacroix Pledger of Dorchester and charged him with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Possession of a Firearm with Obliterated Serial Number, Possession of a Firearm while in Commission of a Felony, Possession with Intent to Distribute Class B Substance (Crack Cocaine), and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).

Officers also arrested 18-year-old Myssiah Pledger and charged him with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Possession of a Firearm with Obliterated Serial Number, Possession with Intent to Distribute Class B Substance (Crack Cocaine), and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).

In addition warrant will be sought in Dorchester District Court for a third male present, a 21-year-old male from Dorchester, for firearm related charges.

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One Less Gun: Two Loaded Firearms Recovered, Three Suspects in Custody During Two Separate Incidents in Just Over One Hour

INCIDENT #1: At about 6:00 PM on Thursday January 18, 2018, officers assigned to District B-2 (Roxbury) arrested a 15-year-old male suspect armed with a loaded handgun in the area of Townsend Street and Walnut Avenue in Roxbury. The officers were in the area as part of an investigation when they approached a group of three juvenile males as they exited Horatio Harris Park. When the officers approached the males, two of them immediately raised their hands above their heads without being prompted to do so while the third male began to look around nervously as he started to back away from the officers. One of the officers performed a pat frisk of the juvenile suspect at which time he immediately felt the handle of a gun sticking out of the waistband of the suspect’s pants. Officers placed the suspect in custody without incident and safely recovered a loaded 9mm Smith & Wesson M&P Shield (Image below, left). Officers later observed that the serial number on the firearm had been removed. The other two individuals were identified and released from the scene. The suspect will appear for arraignment in Roxbury Juvenile Court on charges of Delinquent to Wit: Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Carrying a Loaded Firearm and Possession of a Firearm with an Obliterated Serial Number.

INCIDENT #2: At about 7:10 PM on Thursday January 18, 2018, officers assigned to District A-1 (Downtown) arrested two suspects on firearm related charges after performing a traffic stop in the area of Harrison Avenue and Herald Street in Boston. The officers were on directed patrol in the area when they stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction. As the officers were speaking with the operator, Tedros Hische, 29, of Boston, and passenger, James Kearse, 27, of Dorchester, they noted that both men appeared to be nervous and were being purposefully evasive while answering questions. The officers removed both parties after the operator failed to produce any form of identification at which time they performed a pat frisk of the vehicle which led to the recovery of a loaded .40 caliber Glock 27 (Image below, right) from in between the two front seats. Both suspects were placed in custody without incident and will appear in Boston Municipal Court on numerous charges including Unlawful Possession of a Firearm (2nd and Subsequent) and Carrying a Loaded Firearm (2nd and Subsequent) and Unlawful Possession of Ammunition.

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BPD in the Community: BPD Chief Gross and BPD Cabo Verdean-American Police Officers Meet in Praia to Share Best Practices

With the goal of expanding cooperation and fighting shared criminal threats, a delegation from the Boston Police Department arrived in Praia on Monday, January 15, 2018. Led by BPD Superintendent-in-Chief William Gross, three Cabo Verdean-American police officers traveled to Cabo Verde as part of the inaugural visit, which is funded and organized by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).

The purpose of the visit is to share best practices between the BPD and Cabo Verde law enforcement officials in several areas of policing. The team of senior Boston police officers and State Department officials will work with Cabo Verdean law enforcement to analyze crime trends in the archipelago and conduct briefings on key components of Boston’s policing strategies, including: community policing and outreach, use of social media, gang investigations and prosecutions, focused deterrence policing, and the use of the Comp Stat program. This is the first in a series of planned visits.

The BPD was chosen because it’s not only America’s oldest police force, but is also a national leader in community policing and the use of advanced information systems to monitor crime patterns and statistics. Boston is also home to a large community of Cabo Verdean-Americans, including more than 65 who serve as police officers in the region.

“We consider Praia to be our sister city and the National Police to be our brother department,” Superintendent-in-Chief Gross said Monday during a meeting with the leadership of Cabo Verde’s National Police. “We look forward to the exchange of information during our visit so that we can learn from each other and be stronger together.”

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Daily Dose of Great Police Work: Officers Arrest Two, Recover Large Amount of Money & Marijuana during Motor Vehicle Stop

At about 10:30 PM on Wednesday, January 17, 2018, officers from District A-1 (Downtown) were on patrol in an unmarked cruiser in the area of South Street and Beach Street, an area well-known to officers for drug and firearm related incidents, when they passed a vehicle idling at the side of the street. Officers observed the two front seat occupants hunched over toward the center console of the vehicle. Officers turned around and stopped their cruiser a short distance behind in order to run the plate, when they observed the car drive quickly away. Officers followed the vehicle for several blocks and turns, but when the vehicle passed the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Marginal Road, the car’s speed increased drastically, and officers had to drive 45 miles per hour to keep up. The vehicle then made a right turn onto Tremont Street, failing to stop at a marked stop sign. The officers conducted a stop of the motor vehicle.

Upon approach, officers could smell what appeared to be the odor of burnt marijuana emanating from the vehicle. Officers observed that both the operator and the passenger were extremely nervous. The operator, identified as 32-year-old Terry D. Saint-Fleur of Hyde Park, had loose pieces of marijuana on his shirt and made a quick motion with his feet as if to push something under the seat with his feet. The passenger, identified as 47-year-old Yueyi Chen of Dorchester, was not wearing his seat belt and appeared to stuff something with his hand in between his seat and the center console. Fearing the presence of weapons, officers ordered both occupants to exit the vehicle for a frisk. Upon doing so, the officers observed an open brown paper shopping bag inside of which they could see a very large clear bag containing what appeared to be marijuana. The bag and its contents were packaged in a manner consistent with the distribution of drugs and did not appear to be for personal use.

A search of the vehicle yielded the following:

-Two extra-large vacuum-sealed plastic bags containing large quantities of what appeared to be marijuana packaged for distribution
-A white plastic shopping bag and a red plastic shopping bag containing over $36,600 in US paper currency
-Additional smaller quantities of what appeared to be marijuana in a variety of different packages.
-Five cellular phones
-A bag containing gold colored jewelry
-A black MTech spring assisted knife

Officers placed both Saint-Fleur and Chen under arrest and both were charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Class D (Marijuana). Saint-Fleur was additionally charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Class D (2nd & Subsequent Offense) and Unlawfully Carrying a Dangerous Weapon (3rd & Subsequent Offense). Saint-Fleur was also cited for the traffic infractions, and Chen was cited for not wearing a seatbelt. At booking, approximately $2,200 was recovered from the person of Saint-Fleur and almost $1,500 from the person of Chen.