Friday, August 18, 2017

West Concord

On August 18, 2017 at approximately 7:50PM Transit Police officers assigned to the Nouth District received a radio call to respond to the West Concord Commuter Rail station for a report of a person possibly struck by an MBTA Commuter rail train. Multiple Transit Police units along with Concord Police, Fire and EMS responded. Transit Police personnel on scene report the following preliminary information: a male, approximate age of 15, while riding his bicycle and crossing from one side of the station the other was struck by an eastbound train on track 2. The male has been transported to a local area hospital for serious, possibly life threatening injuries. 

Transit Police detectives and representatives from the Middlesex County DA's Office are currently investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding the incident. Foul play is NOT suspected.




media inquiries should be directed to Superintendent Richard Sullivan at rsullivan@mbta.com

Thursday, August 17, 2017

ID wanted for Assault investigation.





 If you know the whereabouts or identity of this individual please contact our Criminal Investigations Unit at 617-222-1050. If you would like to assist our investigators but wish to remain anonymous you can always text us your tip to 873873 or use the anonymous feature on our SeeSay app



  The subject depicted within is wanted for questioning relative to an assault and battery, which occurred on a Red Line MBTA Train at JFK/UMass Station on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, at approximately 7:15 pm. 




media inquiries should be directed to Superintendent Richard Sullivan at rsullivan@mbta.com


the events listed above are allegations; All defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt   



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Monday, August 14, 2017

Boston man identified and arrested for Up-Skirting.


Decosta Turner
On August 11, 2017 we issued photographs depicting a male subject of interest relative to an "Up-Skirting" incident at the MBTA's South Station. ( see posting here). We received numerous tips from our MBTA community. Subsequent to those tips Transit Police detectives placed Decosta Turner, 27, of Roxbury into custody on today's date at Transit Police HQ. Turner will be charged with Up-Skirting and Indecent Assault & Battery in Boston Municipal Court-Central Division.


The Transit Police Department extends a BIG thank you to all who provided tips and information. Together we can have a safe as system as possible.



media inquiries should be directed to Superintendent Richard Sullivan at rsullivan@mbta.com


the events listed above are allegations; All defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt   



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Fare evader with hundreds of dollars worth of stolen property arrested at Andrew Sq. MBTA

Jeffrey Carroll
On August 10, 2017 at approximately 10:30PM Transit Police officers were conducting Point of Entry Policing at the MBTA's Andrew Sq. station. While there they had their attention drawn to a male, later identified as Jeffrey Carroll, 27, of Boston. Carroll entered through fare gates without paying his fare. Officers approached Carroll for the purpose of issuing a citation. At this time officers observed Carroll wearing Gucci sunglasses with the price tag of 345.00 still affixed. Carroll was also holding in his right hand another pair of Versace sunglasses with a price tag of 245.00 still affixed. Upon further inspection Carroll was wearing a pair of shorts with the Anti-Theft tag secured to the back.

Carroll's version of why the price tags and security device was still attached did not make much sense and was subsequently placed into custody for Receiving Stolen Property Over 250.00.




Carroll was transported to Transit Police HQ for the arrest booking process.



media inquiries should be directed to Superintendent Richard Sullivan at rsullivan@mbta.com


the events listed above are allegations; All defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt   



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Friday, August 11, 2017

Let's ID this subject of interest. Please contact us if you recognize him.

If you know the whereabouts or identity of this individual please contact our Criminal Investigations Unit at 617-222-1050. If you would like to assist our investigators but wish to remain anonymous you can always text us your tip to 873873 or use the anonymous feature on our SeeSay app




























The subject depicted within is wanted for questioning relative to a Secret Video/Upskirt incident at South Station, inside the Red Line Lobby on Monday, August 7, 2017


media inquiries should be directed to Superintendent Richard Sullivan at rsullivan@mbta.com


the events listed above are allegations; All defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt   



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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Transit, Boston Police and Suffolk County DA's Office never give up on holding those responsible for violent acts

Alleged Gunman Charged in Maverick Square Double Shooting

BOSTON, August 8, 2017— A New York man was held on high bail at his arraignment today in a 2016 double shooting at an East Boston MBTA station, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said.
ROGELIO ALVARADO (D.O.B. 914/94), most recently of Huntington, New York, was arraigned today in Suffolk Superior Court on charges of assault with intent to murder, unlawful possession of a firearm, carrying a loaded firearm, and two counts of assault and battery by discharge of a firearm.  Assistant District Attorney Stacey Pichardo of the DA’s Gang Unit requested bail of $1 million bail; Alvarado was ordered held in lieu of $500,000 bail and ordered to stay away from all victims and witnesses and wear a GPS monitor in the event he posts that amount.
Boston and Transit Police responded to Maverick Square MBTA station on the afternoon of Jan. 19, 2016, where they located two men lying on the train platform suffering from gunshot wounds.  One of the victims was taken to Tufts Medical Center with gunshot wounds to his torso and back; the second was transported Massachusetts General Hospital with a gunshot wound to the head.  Both men survived their injuries.
According to prosecutors, the men were involved in a verbal argument with their assailant prior to the shooting.  A witness reported seeing a man who had blood on him and who matched the suspect’s description enter a cab outside the station and leave the area.  The man, identified through an investigation as Alvarado, insisted on being let out of the cab in Everett immediately upon hearing a radio transmission from the cab company dispatcher attempting to contact the driver.
Alvarado fled to New York following the shooting, and a Suffolk County Grand Jury returned indictments against him in March of 2016.  
He was stopped by police in Huntington, New York, on the night of July 12 as he drove a Toyota Solara the wrong way down a roadway, forcing other drivers off the shoulder of the road, prosecutors said.  Following his arrest for negligent operation of a motor vehicle, officers learned that he was wanted on a warrant out of Suffolk Superior Court.
Alvarado is represented by John Tardiff.  He returns to court Sept. 19.

media inquiries should be directed to Superintendent Richard Sullivan at rsullivan@mbta.com





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Monday, August 7, 2017

Hyde Park man arrested after trying to sell back a phone to it's rightful owner.

Roggers Etienne
On August 6, 2017 at 5:45PM Transit Police officers assigned to the North District received a radio call to respond to the MBTA's Harvard Sq station for a report of stolen cellular telephone. Upon arrival the officer met with the victim who informed the officer she accidently left her Apple iPhone in the unisex restroom located in the unpaid lobby area of the station. When she returned to retrieve her phone it was missing. Utilizing a friend's phone she called her cell phone. No one answered however shortly thereafter the phone the victim used to call her number received a text stating words to the effect the phone would be returned for 200.00 dollars. The victim called her number again this time the phone was answered by a male. The victim and the unknown male negotiated a price of 120.00 for the return of the phone and the victim was given instructions on where to make the exchange.


Transit Police officers responded to the area where the victim was advised to make the exchange and observed the victim and the SP male, later identified as  Roggers Etienne, 23, of Hyde Park conversing. As soon as Etienne noticed the police officers he fled, at this time the victim yelled to the officers Etienne was indeed the male she spoke with and negotiated a price to return her phone. After a lengthy foot chase officers apprehended Etienne on Bow Street near Linden Street in Cambridge. Etienne was placed into custody for Receiving Stolen Property and transported to TPD HQ for the arrest booking process.

media inquiries should be directed to Superintendent Richard Sullivan at rsullivan@mbta.com


the events listed above are allegations; All defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt   



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