Top Boston news: Police: 2 men beat, stripped, robbed victims; last 2 patients leave field hospital

Top Boston news: Police: 2 men beat, stripped, robbed victims; last 2 patients leave field hospital
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By Hoodline - Published on June 03, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Boston.

Police arrest 2 men accused of beating, stripping, robbing victims after ‘day of leisure’ on Boston Common

A pair of Massachusetts men who allegedly beat, robbed and stripped the clothes off of two male victims after a "day of leisure" on the Boston Common were arrested late Monday night at Park Street Station, officials said.

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

Video shows looters breaking window, ransacking Boston jewelry store

Surveillance video from inside a Boston jewelry store offers a new view of some of the looting that occurred during live television broadcasts Sunday night when violent clashes broke out downtown after a day of protests.

Read the full story on WCVB Channel 5 Boston.

Judge rejects Boston request to toss suit by Brighton family whose apartment police smashed into by mistake

A federal judge ruled yesterday that a Brighton couple can continue their suit against the city over the way a police department drug unit with a no-knock warrant smashed into their apartment with a battering ram at 4:30 a.m., and kept them handcuffed and lying on the floor in front of their young children for 20 minutes until the officers realized they had the wrong apartment.

Read the full story on Universal Hub.

Protester shakes hands with Boston police officer during tense demonstration

The Mattapan resident wanted to prove his point that not all police officers are bad.

Read the full story on WCVB.

Last 2 coronavirus patients released from Boston Hope field hospital

The field hospital, established at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center as an overflow site for coronavirus patients during the peak of the pandemic, discharged the elderly patients with a rousing round of applause from staff members.

Read the full story on NBC Boston.

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