Officers make Gun Arrest after Visitors Cease in Dorchester — bpdnews.com


At about 9:51 PM on Saturday, October 10, 2020, officers assigned to District B-Three (Mattapan) made an onsite firearm arrest within the space of Woodrow Avenue and Ashton Avenue in Dorchester.

Whereas on patrol within the space of Blue Hill Avenue and Livingston Avenue, officers carried out a CJIS question on a motorcar and it was revealed that the license plate had been reported stolen. Officers activated their emergency lights and sirens to provoke a visitors cease. As officers made contact with the motorcar, they noticed a big bayonet on the ground of the backseat.

Officers eliminated the driving force, later recognized as Carolena Shephard, 40, and the passenger later recognized as Corey Hinds, 36, each of Dorchester.

Officers carried out a pat frisk of Mr. Hinds and instantly felt a tough object that officers believed to be a firearm. Officers recovered a loaded Jennings Firearm .22 caliber lengthy rifle with six rounds within the journal. Hinds was positioned underneath arrest and charged with Illegal Possession of a Firearm and Illegal Possession of Ammunition. The bayonet was recovered and faraway from the car.

Ms. Shepard was positioned underneath arrest after a CJIS question revealed that her license had been suspended and she or he had a Misdemeanor Default Warrant out of Brighton District Courtroom.

Hinds and Shepard are each anticipated to be arraigned in Dorchester District Courtroom.