At about 3:15pm, on Friday, May 25, 2012, officers from District E-13 (Jamaica Plain) were on patrol in the area of Egleston Square when they were approached by an employee of McDonald’s Restaurant. The employee stated to officer there was an unruly patron inside causing a disturbance.
On arrival, officers observed the suspect spread across the service counter shouting at employees. Officers observed the employees were placed in fear and standing away from the service counter. The suspect was yelling at the employees, “Get him a … cheeseburger!” Officer observed the suspect’s behavior was preventing other customers to place their orders.
Officers advised the suspect to leave the restaurant and he refused. The suspect was yelling and became more belligerent at officers. The suspect attempted to push the officer and fell to the ground. The suspect was escorted out the restaurant and placed under arrest.
The male suspect, Sheldon McBynum, 46, of Roxbury, was arrested for Disorderly Conduct, Trespassing, and Assault on a Police Officer.
Great story in today’s Boston Herald (May 25, 2012) written by Peter Gelzinis remembering Officer John Gallagher – an officer killed in the line of duty 50 years ago. If you haven’t seen it – it’s worth reading:
Click on the enclosed link:
Boston Police Remember Police Officer Killed in the Line of Duty 50 Years Ago
WHO: Members of Officer John Gallagher’s family, members of the Boston Police Department, Boston Police Gaelic Column and Color Guard
WHAT: 50 years ago, on May 25, 1962, Officer John Gallagher was shot and killed in the line of duty responding to a call for a bank alarm. On Friday, May 25, 2012, members of the Boston Police Department will gather at the location where John Gallagher was killed to honor and pay tribute to an officer who made the ultimate sacrifice. The location where Officer Gallagher was killed, 540 Commonwealth Ave, has forever been marked with a Hero Sign dedicated to John’s dedication and devotion to the people of Boston and a profession he loved. To honor and remember John, a wreath will presented and a moment of silence taken to a man who will always be remembered as a hero.
WHERE: 540 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, Mass
WHEN: Friday, May 25, 2012, at Noon
Attention Residents of Jamaica Plain: District E-13 Is Offering RAD Training for Women. For a List of Upcoming Training Sessions – Please Read Below
Boston Police Department Area E-13
“Empowering Women through Self-Defense”
Boston Police, Area E-13 Community Service Office offers a RAD program. The instructors are police officers certified to teach the program.
R.A.D is: The R.A.D. Systems of Self-Defense are the official self-defense training programs of the National Academy of Defense Education. The (RAD) Rape Aggression Defense System is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women. The R.A.D. System is a comprehensive, women-only course that begins with risk awareness, risk reduction, risk recognition, and risk avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defense training. R.A.D. is not a Martial Arts program.
Course cost: The course is free and consists of four sessions.
For more information: If interested in taking or hosting a course, contact Elisa Reid at 617-343-5624 or by email at [email protected].
Dates: May 30th, June 4th, 6th, and 11th
Location: VA Hospital, 150 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA
Boston Police Department • Area E-13
“Ofreciendole poder a las mujeres por medio de la auto-defensa”
Los sistemas de defensa personal de R.A.D. son los programas oficiales de entrenamiento de la Academia Nacional de Educación de Defensa. El sistema de defensa contra una agresión de violación (R.A.D.) es un programa de tácticas y técnicas realistas de auto-defensa para las mujeres. El sistema de R.A.D. es un programa comprensivo, curso para mujeres solamente, que comienza con reconocimiento del riesgo, la reducción del riesgo, y como evitar un ataque, mientras que progresa encendido en los fundamentos básicos de entrenamiento práctico. R.A.D. no es un programa de artes marciales.
La Oficina de Servicios Comunitarios del Area E-13 de la policía de Boston ofrece un curso de R.A.D. Los instructores son oficiales de policía certificados para enseñar el programa.
El curso es gratuito y consiste en cuatro sesiones.
Para mayor información: Si está interesada en tomar el curso o en convertirse en anfitrión, comuníquese con Elisa Reid al 617-343-5624 o mediante correo electrónico a: [email protected]
Fechas: 30 de mayo, el 4 de junio, tiempo VI y XI: 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM ubicación: Hospital VA, 150 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA
After an extensive and exhaustive investigation, today, members of the Boston Police Homicide Unit and Fugitive Apprehension Team located and charged Charles Reddicks, 18, of Boston in the shooting death of Mariano Malave. Reddicks is charged with Murder, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and the Unlawful Possession of Ammunition.
At about 6:30pm, on Friday, April 27, 2012, officers from District E-13 (Jamaica Plain) responded to a call for shots fired at 132 Hyde Park Avenue. On arrival, officers located a male inside the residence, believed to be in his twenties, suffering from what appeared to be a gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene. The victim has since been identified as Mariano Malave, 25, of Boston.
The Boston Police Department is no longer seeking the public’s help in their efforts to locate Ms. Nair Mattos. After she was reported missing from Brigham & Women’s Hospital yesterday (May 17, 2012), Ms. Mattos was located safe and sound early this morning. The Boston Police Department would like to thank all those who provided assistance in locating Ms. Mattos.
The Boston Police Department is seeking the public’s help in their efforts to locate Ms. Nair Mattos. Ms. Mattos is a 73 year-old female suffering from advanced stages of Alzheimer’s. According to her family, English is not her primary language, but Ms. Mattos is fluent in Portuguese. She went missing from the Brigham & Women’s Hospital on Thursday, May 17, 2012 at around 2:00pm. When last seen, Ms. Mattos was wearing a white sweater, pink blouse, tan Capri pants and dark brown sandals. She may have had sunglasses tucked into the front of her blouse. Surveillance video from the hospital last showed Ms. Mattos leaving the hospital and possibly taking a left onto Brookline Ave towards Brookline.
Anyone who sees Ms. Mattos is asked to call Area B-2 detectives at (617) 343-6680.
The missing person is further described below:
- Name: Nair Mattos
- Age: 73 years-old
- Race: White Hispanic
- Height: 5’5”
- Weight: 115 lbs
- Build: Medium
- Eyes: Brown
- Hair: Black
Anyone with information regarding Ms. Mattos’ whereabouts is again asked to call Area B-2 (Roxbury) detectives at 617-343-6680. Individuals who wish to provide information in an anonymous manner may do so by calling our CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1-800-494-TIPS. You may also text ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463).
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Boston Police Officers to Honor and Remember Fallen Officers on Peace Officer’s Memorial Day
WHAT: In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15th as Peace Officer’s Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Every year, tens of thousands of police officers from all around the country and world converge on the nation’s capital to honor and remember those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice. While many will be travelling to Washington, DC, the Boston Police Department will be honoring its officers by holding a 24 hour vigil at the Boston Police Memorial located next to Boston Police Headquarters. During the vigil, Boston Police Officers will stand guard for 24 hours from 12:01am to 11:59pm.
WHERE: Boston Police Headquarters (Police Memorial is adjacent to Ruggles Street)
WHEN: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 from 12:01am to 11:59pm.