Saturday, January 30, 2021

Roxbury man arrested twice in a 55 hour period for stabbings.

 On January 27, 2021 at approximately 2PM Transit Police officers assigned to the South District were on patrol at the MBTA's Nubian Sq. Station when they were alerted to a confrontation and immediately proceeded in that direction. Upon arrival officers located an adult male suffering from an apparent (Non Life threatening stab wound) and witnesses pointing out a male, later identified as Cyier Ayala-Jones, 18 of Roxbury as the victim's assailant. Ayala-Jones was quickly walking away from the officers who ordered him to stop. Ayala-Jones refused to comply and continued walking away. Officers caught up to him and a struggle ensued. Ayala-Jones was ultimately brought under control and placed into custody. Once inside the officer's cruiser Ayala-Jones began to kick the windows and door causing damage. The knife used in the assault was recovered and the victim was transported to a local area hospital for emergency surgery. Ayala-Jones was processed at TPD-HQ for Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon Knife. 

Allegedly the altercation began over "Looks" and words were exchanged. 

On January 29, 2021 at approximately 9PM Cyier Ayala-Jones, 18, of Roxbury was at Nubian Sq. station again and this time accused another adult male of allegedly looking at his female companion. According to witness statements Ayala-Jones brandished a knife and attempted to assault the alleged looker. Ayala-Jones' female companion attempted to prevent him from doing so and she herself was stabbed by Ayala-Jones in the shoulder area. The victim was transported to a local area hospital for a non life threatening stab wound. Ayala-Jones was placed into custody and transported to TPD-HQ for the arrest booking process. Ayala-Jones to face Assault with a Dangerous Weapon and Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon to wit Knife.  

media inquiries should be directed to Superintendent Richard Sullivan at  the events listed above are allegations; All defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt