Boston teenager arrested after police say he pointed a gun at them in Dorchester
9 days ago - By Boston Herald
Two juvenile boys were arrested late Tuesday evening on firearm charges, including one who police say pointed a pistol at them while they were searching for a missing juvenile in Dorchester.
“What's up mother s,” the 17-year-old boy allegedly said to the cops in the driveway of a house on the 90-block of Olney Street late Tuesday evening, according to the police report.
Officers wrote that he was holding the .22-caliber Smith & Wesson 2214 at shoulder height and standing in a “bladed stance.”
The juvenile, who is “known to officers,” was charged with juvenile delinquency charges of...
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