Officers from District E-13 Return Stolen Bike to Grateful 13-yr-old Sufferer After Being Robbed by a Continual Juvenile Offender Dealing with his 4th Arrest in four Months for Robberies in Jamaica Plain — bpdnews.com


ARMED ROBBERY ARREST: At about 1:56 PM, on Friday, April 10, 2020, members of the District E-13 (Jamaica Plain) Drug Management Unit made an onsite arrest within the space of 78 Mozart Avenue in Jamaica Plain. Officers noticed a younger male using on a purple and black bicycle within the space of Centre and Mozart Streets. Officers approached the male resulting from current studies of robberies together with an incident during which a purple and black bicycle had been stolen from a 13-year-old sufferer within the space of 301 Centre Avenue. Officers acknowledged the male on the bicycle from a previous incident during which he was arrested for Armed Theft. Upon chatting with the male, officers realized he had an energetic warrant for Armed Theft out of Suffolk County Juvenile Courtroom. The suspect was subsequently taken into custody. The stolen bicycle was returned to the mom of the juvenile sufferer.

Officers arrested a 14-year-old male of Jamaica Plain who is predicted to be arraigned in Boston Juvenile Courtroom for Receiving Stolen Property.

The suspect was recognized and arrested in three prior robberies within the Jamaica Plain space. The details of the incidents are as follows:

(1) At about 9:15 AM, on Sunday, January 19, 2020, officers assigned to District B-2 (Roxbury) responded to a radio name for a theft report within the space of 261 Walnut Avenue in Roxbury. On arrival, officers spoke to the sufferer who acknowledged he had been robbed within the space of 34 Marcella Avenue. The sufferer acknowledged he was strolling from the Jackson Sq. MBTA Station when he was approached by 4 males, one in every of whom was brandishing a knife. The male with the knife acknowledged he was watching the sufferer withdraw cash from a close-by ATM. The male demanded the sufferer’s cash, to which he complied. The suspects then fled the world towards the Academy Houses Housing Improvement. The sufferer referred to as the police a short while later and acknowledged he noticed the suspects inside 304 Centre Avenue, however when officers arrived, the suspects had fled. Following an investigation by District E-13 Detectives, the suspect who brandished the knife and threatened the sufferer was positively recognized because the 14-year-old suspect of Jamaica Plain. The male was taken into custody on Saturday, February eight, 2020 on three separate warrants for expenses together with Armed Theft, Unarmed Theft, Assault and Battery, Armed Theft, and Trespassing.

(2) At about 5:42 PM, on Monday, January 20, 2020, officers assigned to District E-13 (Jamaica Plain) responded to a radio name for a theft in progress within the space of three Sunnyside Avenue in Jamaica Plain. On arrival officers spoke to the sufferer who acknowledged a bunch of black teenage males had robbed him. The sufferer acknowledged he was strolling from Jackson Sq. MBTA Station when he noticed the group of males. The sufferer acknowledged the group adopted him down Sunnyside Avenue. The sufferer acknowledged he was in entrance of three Sunnyside Avenue when he was struck at the back of the top and threatened by the males, two of whom had been sporting a masks. The sufferer acknowledged he handed over his money to the males who fled onto Centre Avenue towards Jackson Sq.. The sufferer offered an outline of the males, one in every of whom was sporting a hooded sweatshirt with a particular purple lining. Further officers arrived on the scene and noticed six black males inside 304 Centre Avenue. The males had been positively recognized and brought into custody.  Officers arrested six males together with the 14-year-old suspect who was charged with Unarmed Theft and Assault and Battery.

(three) At about 6:32 PM, on Friday, March 27, 2020, officers assigned to District E-13 (Jamaica Plain) responded to a radio name for an armed theft in progress within the space of 124 Minden Avenue in Jamaica Plain. On arrival, officers spoke to the 2 victims who acknowledged they had been approached by two younger males who demanded their wallets. The victims acknowledged one of many males indicated he was in possession of a firearm, by holding the obvious gun inside his hooded sweatshirt. The males acknowledged they started strolling away from the 2 suspects when the male who indicated he was carrying the firearm acknowledged he was going to shoot up the victims’ residences. Officers searched the world for the suspects and finally situated two people who matched the outline of the suspects within the space of 65 Walden Avenue. The 2 males had been positively recognized and brought into custody. Officers situated a laptop computer inside one of many suspect’s hoodie. Officers arrested the 14-year-old male of Jamaica Plain who was charged with Intent to Rob whereas Armed.