October 2, 2012:
1. Boston Police responded to reports of an assault and battery on Phipps Street on. Upon arrival, police observed a man lying on the ground bleeding from the face. He was conscious but unable to articulate any facts pertaining to what happened. He was transported to Mass General Hospital for treatment. This investigation is on going.
2. Officers responded to a report of breaking in and entering at 15 Green Street. Employees informed officers that when they arrived to work, it was clear that someone had entered the building. Items were strewn about and the safe had been moved but there was no evidence that anything had been taken. The security cameras show two suspects entering the building. This investigation is on going.
October 3, 2012:
1. Officers responded to a report of an alarm at a business on Pleasant Street. Officers observed an open window. After checking the premise, officers were informed by the owner that nothing appeared to be missing.
October 4, 2012:
1. Police responded to a report of a robbery at 144 Bunker Hill Street. A man entered the store and demanded money. When the clerk refused, the suspect struck him in the back of the head with a golf club and fled with a container with $200 in quarters. The golf club and security footage were siezed as evidence.
October 07, 2012:
1. Police responded to a report that three men jumped a man on Tibbett Town Way. One of the men struck the victim in the head with a brick. A friend of the victim attempted to intervene and was punched in the face and chocked. The suspects then fled the area. While two of the suspects were identified, the matter is still under investigation.
2. Police responded to a report of a man shot with a B.B. Gun. The investigation resulted in the seizure of the gun and the suspect was identified. The matter will be sought in Charlestown Court.
3. A vctim reported that her white trek bicycle had been secured in the garage of her home on 1st Avenue. The bike was now missing.
4. Victim on Sheafe Street reported that a person threw a brick through his window then fled in a black Dodge Neon. The suspect was identified and it appears that this may have been tied to a fight that occured earlier that evening. There were two similar incidents of vandalism occured on Belmont Street and Eden Street. This investigation is ongoing.