Suspect Arrested in Stabbing Following Tried Armed Theft within the space of 1150 Blue Hill Avenue in Mattapan — bpdnews.com


About 2:57 PM on Friday, October 16, 2020, Officers assigned to District B-Three (Mattapan) responded to a radio name for an individual stabbed at 1150 Blue Hill Avenue in Mattapan. Upon arrival, officers positioned a sufferer who was affected by an obvious stab wound. The sufferer was transported to a neighborhood hospital with non-life-threatening accidents.

Officers spoke with a witness on scene who acknowledged male had entered the shop and demanded $20.00 from him. He wouldn’t give the suspect the cash, so the suspect then requested the sufferer for the $20.00, to which the sufferer additionally refused. At the moment, the suspect took out a field cutter, reached over-the-counter and stabbed the sufferer. The suspect then fled the shop. After additional investigation by the District B-Three Detectives, Operations was in a position to broadcast an in depth description of the suspect.

At about four:45 PM, a Sergeant assigned to District B-Three noticed a male standing in entrance of 1260 Blue Hill Avenue, who matched the outline of the suspect. Because the Sergeant exited his cruiser, the suspect started strolling away, ignoring the Sergeants request to talk with him. Further B-Three detectives arrived on scene, and after a quick wrestle the suspect was positioned beneath arrest.

The suspect, Davon Hussey 18 years-old of Mattapan, was arrested and charged with Try and Commit Crime: Armed Theft, Assault and Battery by Technique of a Harmful Weapon (Knife) and Resisting Arrest. Hussey to be arraigned in Dorchester District Court docket.