A man has died following a morning stabbing in a residential area of Mattapan.
Boston Police responded to 18 Rugby Road in Mattapan shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday and found a man suffering from a stab wound outside the home at that address, according to BPD Deputy Superintendent Paul McLaughlin, who spoke from the scene in the afternoon.
Boston EMS treated the victim at the scene before transporting him to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead, McLaughlin said.
A Honda CR-V crossover SUV was towed from the scene, but McLaughlin did not provide details on how the car may relate to the incident.
While the investigation is in its early stages, McLaughlin said that the suspect — who has not been found — and the victim were known to each other, which he said reduces possible concerns for the safety of other residents of the neighborhood.
100+ rounds recovered in traffic stop
Boston Police were patrolling the area of Fottler Road Tuesday night in Mattapan following an area homicide when they saw a vehicle with heavy tinting and expired registration and decided to make a traffic stop, according to a police statement.
The police apparently recognized the driver, Nyjohn Jones, 19, of Mattapan, who apparently refused to be identified and told him to exit the vehicle. Police conducted a frisk and allegedly found a loaded 9mm pistol on him. In addition to the 10 rounds in the gun, police say they found another 99 live rounds in the car.
Police arrested Jones and booked him for numerous firearms-related charges.
That’s not a Dave’s Single
A man who was pulled over on Route 195 in Dartmouth and found to have 552 pink pills of methamphetamine in a Wendy’s bag last year has been sentenced to four to six years in state prison.
A State Trooper pulled over a vehicle driven by Matthew Chicoine, 32, of Harwich, on May 26, 2022, for using a cellphone while driving and abruptly changing lanes without signalling, according to the Bristol DA’s office. The trooper wrote in his report that Chicoine was “physically shaking and sweating profusely.”
Woman killed in Malden crash involving ICE SUV
A pedestrian was killed when two SUVs collided at a traffic light in Malden.
An SUV transporting two Boston-based Enforcement and Removal Operations officers with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was stopped on Main Street in Malden at a traffic light at the intersection with Mountain Avenue Thursday afternoon when a southbound BMW SUV collided with it, according to authorities.
The BMW left the roadway, struck two telephone poles and fatally struck the woman, according to the Middlesex DA’s office. The woman, who authorities did not identify by the evening, was transported to an area hospital and pronounced dead.
An ICE spokesman told the Herald that “At no time during the incident did the ICE agency vehicle come into contact with the pedestrian; the pedestrian was struck by the SUV, not the ICE agency vehicle.”
The ICE officer were transported to a local hospital to be treated for their own injuries, the spokesman said.
Fall River teen charged with murder
A 17-year-old Fall River boy has been charged with murder for a mid-day shooting in his city that left another teen dead.
Fall River Police responded to the 200-block of Locust Street shortly after noon Saturday for a report of a male gunshot victim and there found Jovanni Perez, 18, of Fall River and East Weymouth, suffering from a gunshot wound. He was transported to Charlton Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 1:41 p.m.
On Thursday morning, police arrested Antwyne Robinson, 17, of Fall River, and charged him with Perez’ murder.
Mattapan woman charged with striking, killing UMass pedestrian
Danasia Sampson, 22, of Mattapan, has been charged with one count of motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation for an April 6 crash on the UMass-Dartmouth campus that took the life of pedestrian Frank A. Petillo Jr., a 19-year-old student from New Jersey.
Police found Petillo lying in Ring Road with significant injuries. He was transported to a hospital and pronounced dead.
Sampson was also a UMass-Dartmouth student. She is scheduled to be arraigned on the charge in New Bedford District Court on Nov. 7.