Two Suffer Knife Wounds at Bunker Hill Development

Notable entries from the district A-15 police log for Aug. 11-16.

These reports were submitted from the Boston Police Department and took place within Charlestown's District, A-15. The time and place of the alleged crimes are listed. Persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

09/16/12—Assault with a deadly weapon—knife

As a result of a confrontation between two groups in the Bunker Hill development, two individuals suffered knife wounds to the back and chest areas. Both individuals were transported to Massachusetts General Hospital for treatment. Matter is under investigation.

09/12/12—Fugitive from justice

Members of the Boston Police fugitive unit, while in City Square, placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding New Hampshire court warrant charging felony burglary.

09/11/12—Bicycle theft

Victim reports that, at 7p.m., he secured his bike on 1st Ave. At about 9 a.m., when he returned both the bike and lock were gone. Bike is described at an orange and silver trek mountain bike.


As a result of an investigation on Medford Street, an individual was issued a violation of city ordinance charging possession of marijuana.


As a result of a traffic stop on Main Street, an individual was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle without a valid license.


Victim on Perkins Street reports when she returned home about 6p.m. she observed items in her home had been taken. Victim’s roommate also reports some of her items were also missing. At this time no signs of forced entry either through doors or windows could be found.  Detectives are investigating.


Victim on Bunker Hill Street reports when he returned home he saw that numerous items were missing from his home. Victim feels the crime may have been committed by a friend he allowed to stay over. Detectives are investigating.


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