Police Briefs 07-19-2018

July 20, 2018
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D-4 Police News

Bad call

On Tuesday, July 10, at around 12:46 a.m., police responded to a radio call for an attempted robbery with a firearm at Massachusetts Avenue and Albany Street.

On arrival, officers spoke to the victim, who said a male suspect approached her as she was walking on Massachusetts Avenue between Albany Street and Harrison Avenue. The suspect brandished a black handgun and attempted to steal the cellphone from her hand. He then fled on foot down Massachusetts Avenue towards Albany Street.

Officers searched the area for the suspect to no avail, but later learned of a Boston University Medical Center surveillance video showing the suspect, which would be made available to police.

Stranglehold

On Tuesday, July 10, at approximately 7:51 p.m., officers responded to Dartmouth and Boylston streets for a report of a fight in progress.

Upon arrival, the caller pointed out the suspect, who was standing next beside library wall, to police and said he had observed the suspect punch, kick and strangle the victim with his shirt. At this time, the caller said he pulled the suspect off the victim, fearing that the suspect would kill him.

Officers observed the unconscious victim and then spoke to the suspect, who denied harming the victim. When police placed the suspect under arrest for assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot), assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shirt) and tried to escort him to the cruiser, the suspect allegedly threatened to kill their families. The suspect was also discovered to have an active warrant out of Boston District Court for similar offenses.

The suspect was transported to District 4 headquarters, where police were unable to book him due to his violent behavior on the charges of assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot), assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shirt), assault and battery on a police officer and resisting arrest.

Paramedics treated the victim on the scene, but he declined transportation to the hospital against their advice.

 

 

FOR THE RECORD

From the July 17 Entertainment Administrative Hearing, City Hall:

  • STEPHANIE’S NEWBURY

190 Newbury St.

Disciplinary:  6/13/18  Patrons Consuming Alcohol (No Food) On Outdoor Patio At 11:55 P.m. Cv License Requires Patio To Close At 11:00 P.m. Amplified Recorded Music Emanating Through Windows At 11:55 p.m.

 

From the July 18 Public Facilities Commission, City Hall:

  • Contract to Sasaki Architects, P.C.: To provide design and construction administration services associated with the Boston City Hall and Plaza Renovations project located at 1 City Hall Square, Boston, Massachusetts.

Contract Price: $1,455,200

Under the terms of this contract, Sasaki Architects, P.C. will provide architectural design and construction administration services in phases, which will be associated with the Boston City Hall and Plaza Renovations project. The term of this contract shall be 260 weeks from the date of execution at a cost not to exceed for the initial phase of work $1,455,200, including $700,000 for additional services for the initial phase of work, which is a fixed fee of 8.24 percent based on an estimated construction cost of $50,000,000 for the total project.

 

From the July 19 Common Victualler meeting, City Hall

  • L & G Group, Corp. d/b/a I-CE-NY, 217 Newbury St. New License. •Described as; basement level ice cream shop; 16 seats. To be managed by Mingdong Li, between the hours of 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.
  • Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave. has applied for two, one-day   extension of the hours for an Opening Event on July 29-30 between the hours of

7 p.m. – 2 a.m.

  • Wheelock College, 39-41 Pilgrim Rd., 150 Riverway, 154 Riverway, 162 Riverway, and 210 Riverway have applied for a transfer of a dormitory license From: Wheelock College To: Trustees of Boston University, Nishmin Kashyap, manager.

 

From the July 24 Boston Landmarks Commission meeting, City Hall:

  • Charles River Esplanade

Applicant: Emily O’Connor, Esplanade Association

Proposed work: Tree management and succession plan

  • Demolition Delay Hearing: 252-254 and 256-258 Huntington Ave.

Applicant: John Matteson, QMG Huntington LLC

Re: Review of proposed demolition of the existing commercial structures at 252-254 and 256-258 Huntington Avenue in Boston, MA 02115

 

From the July 31 Licensed Premise Violations hearing, City Hall, 10 a.m.:

  • Yard House Usa, Inc., doing business as: Yard House, 126 Brookline Ave.

Date: 04/05/2018

Notice/Violation: Premise security at entrance used two way radio to announce police inspection “code blue” in violation of Boston Licensing Board rules.

  • Barcelona South End, LLC, doing business as: Barcelona, 525 Tremont St.

Date: 05/19/2018.  Notice/Violation: Overcrowding in excess of Licensed capacity   250 persons found on mechanical count   175 capacity.

  • Paga, Inc., doing business as: Icon

Location: 100B  Warrenton St.

Date: 05/20/2018.  Notice/Violation: Overcrowding in excess of Licensed capacity   519 persons found on mechanical count 481 capacity.

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