Police Reports: Pizza Delivery Man Robbed
A roundup of police activity in the neighborhood.
These reports were collected from the Boston Police Department and took place between Dec. 10 and 16 within Charlestown's District A-15. Any charges mentioned do not indicate a conviction.
Pizza Delivery Man Robbed
A Papa Gino's delivery person told police that, as he was making a delivery at a Walford Way home on Saturday, Dec. 15, two suspects pulled him into the hallway, showed a handgun and took his money. The suspects were described as two black males. Both reportedly fled from the area before police arrived. The matter is being investigated.
Gun Pointed at Person Walking
A Charlestown resident reported that someone pointed a handgun at him while he was walking on Medford Street on Wednesday, Dec. 12 at around 7 p.m. The individual was walking near Polk Street when a Hispanic male approached him, asked, “Who are you?” and then pointed the gun at him. At this point, the victim ran home. Police searched the area but did not locate the suspect. The victim was reluctant to discuss the matter further with police.
Suspect Picked Up for Possible Vehicle Break-in
Police detained a male suspect on Sunday, Dec. 16 after he was allegedly seen walking down the street checking car doors. A witness told police he saw the suspect sitting in his vehicle. The witness was able to detain the suspect until police arrived.
Trees Cut Down on Medford Street
A witness reported on Monday, Dec. 10 that unknown individuals on Medford Street had cut down four trees—two at the baseball field and two behind the tennis dome. They appeared to have used some sort of hatchet.