Crime & Emergencies in ...
A 67-year-old man was arrested after committing a lewd act towards an MBTA Transit Ambassador at Downtown Crossing station. No details about the act or charges were given.
Boston police arrested Rafael Claudio in Roxbury for trafficking fentanyl and crack cocaine during a quality of life patrol.
Politics & Govt in ...
Cambridge residents can vote on how to spend $2 million on city projects through Participatory Budgeting from March 7-17, with online, phone, and in-person voting options available.
Mayor Wu and the Boston Police Detectives Benevolent Society have ratified a new, reform-focused five-year contract, including operational changes and a 23% raise for detectives.
Marquice Rivera was arrested in Roxbury for firearm possession and driving without a license after a traffic stop led to the discovery of a loaded gun in his vehicle.
A woman was charged with murdering a 75-year-old man in Manchester, also facing charges for weapon possession and resisting arrest. The incident occurred in an apartment and is under investigation.
A child fell three stories from a window in Lynn, Massachusetts, and landed on a car, sustaining non-life-threatening injuries. Authorities are investigating the incident for potential neglect.
Two individuals were found deceased with gunshot wounds in a home in Haverhill, Massachusetts, with no ongoing public risk, according to the district attorney's office.
Four individuals were arrested on suspicion of theft and vandalism at a West Boylston cell tower after failing to prove they were authorized to dismantle equipment.
Community & Society in ...
A pro-Palestine protest in Boston caused traffic disruptions, with police advising alternate routes. The peaceful demonstration affected Summer Street and nearby areas. Traffic was expected to normalize by evening.
Mimmi Huria, an 18-year-old boarding school student, has disappeared in Boston after traveling from Maine. Authorities are searching for her and seeking public assistance.
Boston Public Schools investigates a special needs child's restraint with nylon straps and duct tape at Condon K-8 School, leading to staff leave and district-wide concern.
Wellesley police responded to an armed dispute involving stolen medication, leading to a SWAT intervention and three arrests, with no injuries reported.