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Recent Crime News
Sunday Aug 23 | via Boston Herald
An Asian chef will be arraigned tomorrow in Chelsea District Court on charges he attacked a co-worker last night at the Jing's Garden restaurant on Squire Road in Revere with a knife, stabbing her in the face, police said. Jiemou Xu, 60, of Malden, was arrested at the scene, said Lt. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via Boston.com
A Chelsea man was being held on $5,000 bail Tuesday afternoon after he ran from State troopers in Revere with a loaded gun, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley's office. Moises Casado, 19, was arrested late Monday after a foot chase that cut through the yards of several homes. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 12 | via The Raw Story
A police lieutenant said he told a driver - identified as 34-year-old Joseph Parker - to slow down about 12:30 a.m. as he passed through a roadway under construction in Revere, but he said the Wakefield man immediately became combative, reported the Boston Globe . "I know why you stopped me," Parker shouted , and then began complaining about police brutality in Ferguson, Missouri. Comment?
Friday Aug 7 | via Boston Herald
NOW PLAYING: The Showcase Cinemas in Revere is one of 31 cinemas owned by National Amusements Inc. that began security screening measures yesterday as a result of recent theater violence. Moviegoers will be barred from bringing backpacks and packages to National Amusements Inc. cinemas and should be prepared to be searched on the way in as part of new security measures implemented in the wake of two recent theater shootings elsewhere in the U.S. "To ensure the safety of our guests and employees, for the time being, we are prohibiting any and all backpacks and packages as well as reserving the right to inspect the contents of any purse or bag prior to admission," Norwood-based National Amusements Inc. said yesterday in a statement. Comment?
Jul 29, 2015 | via Daily Mail
'Puppy killer' arraigned for hanging of two 5-month-old puppies bred for protection but who weren't 'aggressive enough' A man who was charged with killing two five-month old puppies because they weren't 'aggressive enough' was arraigned in Revere, Massachusetts on Tuesday. Jason Gentry, 34, who says he is a dog trainer, is accused of killing the pair of Donovan Pinscher puppies, a breed that is bred for aggressiveness, because they didn't live up to their reputation. Comment?
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