The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office alleges that Brook, who once lived across the hall from Rosanna Camilo, had access to her apartment through one of her former roommates and attacked her two weeks ago. Following the alleged attack and sexual assault, he then allegedly strangled her to death. Her body was reportedly discovered with a cord around her neck.
Newton Police have arrested three Boston men on Massachusetts Violent Crimes Charges in connection with the alleged robbery of a man and woman in Newton Centre last week.
According to the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office, Newton Police officers were called to Cafe St. Petersburg in Newton Centre last Friday for a report that a man had been robbed at gunpoint. Newton Police allegedly located the three Boston men behind a liquor store on Beacon Street who allegedly matched the description.
A former Boston Red Sox clubhouse manager, Donald Fitzpatrick, is again the subject of Massachusetts Sex Crimes allegations, this time involving two former Boston Red Sox clubhouse attendants, who claim they were sexually assaulted by him in the early 1990’s.
One of the victims alleges he was sexually assaulted in 1991 in the Boston Red Sox clubhouse restroom; and the other victim alleges he was assaulted by Fitzpatrick when he was employed by the team as a clubhouse attendant.
Although Donald Fitzpatrick had passed away in 2005, the victims are still seeking compensation from the Boston Red Sox organization because he was employed by the team and the alleged assaults occurred on the team’s property.
The Boston Police Department announced this weekend that they have arrested a man wanted on Massachusetts Violence Crimes Charges in connection with the shooting of 4 men outside a Boston nightclub on November 18, 2011.
Samuel Higginbottom, 23, fo Boston, was arrested this past Friday relative to this shooting, and is expected to be charged with 4 counts of Assault with Intent to Murder.
According to Boston Police, 4 men were shot outside the Venu club on Warrenton Street. All 4 men reportedly suffered non-life threatening injuries.
One of the Occupy Boston protesters was before a Boston Municipal Court Judge on Friday facing Massachusetts Crimes of Violence Charges.
Gary Williams, 24, of Quincy, was arrested on Thursday night when activists of Occupy Boston allegedly surrounded a Boston Police wagon and refused to let it move. The incident reportedly occurred when police officers confiscated a kitchen sink that protesters were trying to bring to the Dewey Square location where protesters have been camping out for months.
Williams was arrested and charged with Assault & Battery on a Police Officer.
A Boston Public Schools spokesperson confirmed to reporters that a Boston elementary school 1st grader is being investigated for an alleged sexual assault, apparently because the boy punched another boy in the groin.
Really? …you’ve got to be kidding me!
According to the child’s mother, the other boy allegedly choked her son, and her son then in self-defense, then punched the boy in the groin. The mother of the child is apparently very concerned over the ‘investigation’, and countered that if that is the case, then the other boy should then also be investigated for Attempted Murder for choking her son.
A 29 year old Cambridge woman was formally charged with Murder in connection with the death of her father, Guy Verna, 62, also of Cambridge.
Gylene Verna was initially charges with Assault & Battery with the November 20th incident that involved her father, Guy Verna, who was later pronounced dead at Cambridge City Hospital.
This past week, Gylene Verna was arraigned in Cambridge District Court, charged with First Degree Murder.
Two men, one from Boston and the other from Stoughton, were arrested this past Saturday on Massachusetts Theft Crimes and Violent Crimes Charges in an alleged purse snatching incident.
According to the Boston Police Department, Webster and Dunbar allegedly came behind two woman in Mattapan, hit them and stole one of their purses. The pair was reportedly arrested after their car was pulled over nearby by responding police officers.
Adel Fonts of Attleboro, Robert Smith of Roslindale and Antonio Teixiera were all arrested and charged with Home Invasion; Armed Robbery; Unlawful Possession of a Firearm; and Assault with a Dangerous Weapon.
According to the Boston Police, officers responded to a call for a break-in at a home in Dorchester shortly after midnight. When they arrived, they allegedly observed Robert Smith jump from the second floor onto a neighboring porch. He allegedly tried to run away but was eventually arrested.
A university professor was arrested this past weekend in Boston on Massachusetts Sex Crimes Charges after his flight landed at Logan Airport for allegedly possessing and viewing child pornography in flight.
Grant D. Smith, 47, a science professor at the University of Utah, was arraigned in East Boston District Court yesterday for Unlawful Possession of Child Pornography.
According to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Smith was allegedly viewing the child pornography from his first class seat while in flight. A passenger seated behind him allegedly observed the images Smith was looking at and e-mailed his son and asked him to contact police in Massachusetts.