If You’re Gonna Run from the Police … Try Not to Leave Your Pants Behind
At about 1:17am, on Sunday, September 2, 2012, officers from District B-2 (Roxbury) were on patrol when they observed a white male urinating on the front stairs of 1564 Tremont Street. Given the suspect’s refusal or inability to locate a proper urinal, officers stopped and approached the suspect. Upon seeing the approaching officers, the suspect took off running and a foot pursuit ensued. While chasing behind the suspect, officers observed the suspect trip over his own shorts several times as his shorts repeatedly fell below his waist. During the foot pursuit, officers lost sight of the suspect, but in short time, gained a visual on what appeared to be the suspect’s shorts. Upon searching the pockets of the abandoned shorts, officers were able retrieve the suspect’s wallet which, not surprisingly, contained several forms of identification bearing the suspect’s name and home address.
Officers proceeded to the suspect’s address but, upon arriving there, learned that the suspect was not at home. A short time later, the suspect was located outside in the area of 256 Parker Hill Ave.
Officers arrested Chris Trenti, 21, of Boston and charged him with Indecent Exposure and Resisting Arrest.