About 2:23am on Tuesday, January 12, 2021, officers assigned to District B-Three (Mattapan) responded to a radio name for a Battle at 333 Fuller Road, Dorchester. The officers had been suggested that the combat concerned 5-7 folks and one of many events could also be armed with a Taser.
Upon arrival, officers noticed a white SUV parked exterior of 333 Fuller Road. Because the officers obtained out of their cruiser to strategy the SUV, 4 people exited the automobile. Whereas exiting, the operator, later recognized as Tyler Greene-Davis, 21 years previous from Dorchester, locked the SUV a number of occasions.
The passengers informed the officers that they had been concerned in a verbal dispute, and that some folks had fled on foot in the direction of Morton Road. Because the officers approached the driving force’s facet of the automobile, they noticed a big kitchen knife resting on the dashboard above the steering wheel, in addition to a can of OC spray, and a steel baseball bat within the rear of the automobile. Additional investigation into the motorcar revealed a purple stun gun beneath the radio, and a black firearm beneath the driving force’s seat. The firearm, a Glock 19 Gen four, with (1) spherical within the chamber, and (51) rounds in a drum journal.
The operator, Tyler Greene-Davis, was positioned below arrest and charged with Illegal Possession of a Firearm, Illegal Possession of Ammunition, Possession of a Loaded Firearm, Possession of a Massive Capability Firearm, and Possession with Intent to Distribute Class A (Heroin).
Greene-Davis is predicted to be arraigned in Dorchester District Courtroom.
The three passengers had been all recognized and launched. District B-Three Detectives recovered the stun gun and two knives.