Police make arrests in alleged Dave & Busterís stabbing; Arrests made in car break, unarmed robbery, and car vandalism
Police make arrests in alleged Dave & Busterís stabbing
Braintree Police arrested several people on Friday that they believe were involved in an alleged stabbing at the Dave & Busterís on July 15.
According to police, staff recognized the suspects late Friday evening at the Dave & Busterís in Braintree.
A police officer was working the detail on Friday when she saw two men exit the premises and return to their vehicle. The men allegedly drank something out of a bottle and then reentered the gaming establishment.
Police said that the officer checked the vehicle and observed a bottle of vodka on the front seat.
According to police, the officer then sought out the two men who had been drinking and told them they would have to leave the premises. As she was walking them out, two female companions of the men approached them.
Dave & Busterís employees then recognized three of the people in the party as suspects involved in a stabbing that took place at the establishment on July 15.
According to police, on July 15, a Dorchester man was playing games in the midway when he was allegedly confronted by one man and assaulted by another man who had a knife.
As the Dorchester man and the second suspect fought, a female companion of the suspect also allegedly attempted to intervene. The Dorchester man then picked up a pen and stabbed the woman in the neck with it.
The three suspects fled before police could apprehend them.
When police identified one of the suspects on Aug. 3, the suspect fled. He was later apprehended inside the mall at the South Shore Plaza.
Prior to being detained, the suspect attempted to hide something under a closet door that was later discovered and determined to be crack cocaine.
The male companion of the suspect was also identified by Dave & Busterís staff as being involved in the assault on a Dorchester man. Additionally, one of the female companions, a 23-year-old woman from Taunton, was identified as the woman stabbed in the neck.
The second female companion was not present during the July 15 incident, police said.
As a result, Tyree Anderson, 20, from Atlanda, Georgia, was arrested and charged with an open container of alcohol violation, assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and possession of cocaine.
Rakim D. Scott, 23, of Brockton was also arrested and charged with open container of alcohol violation, and assault and battery.
The woman was not charged.
Police look for man accused in July 30 car break
Braintree police are looking for a Quincy man who allegedly broke into a car at the South Shore Plaza.
According to police, on July 30, a Hull man reported that his car had been broken into and newly purchased items from Macyís, Claireís, American Eagle, and Eddie Bauer were taken, along with his girlfriendís purse and his G.P.S.
The officer returned to the stores where the merchandise had been purchase and learned that an individual returned the items at Eddie Bauer and Clarieís. Additionally, the suspect had given his name and address when making the returned.
Employees at both Claireís and Eddue Bauer identified a photograph of the suspect as the man involved in the transaction.
As a result, a warrant has been issued for the arrest of Michael Turner, 31, of Quincy. Turner will be charged with breaking and entering into a motor vehicle, and larceny over $250, police said.
Police arrest Braintree men for unarmed robbery
According to police, two Braintree teens were arrested on Saturday after two Quincy men reported that the pair attempted to take their bicycles.
Officers responded to a call at Washington Street and West Street shortly before 8 p.m. on Saturday and met with the victims. One victim told police that one of the suspects grabbed his bicycle and tried to pull it away from him.
When the victimís friend attempted to intervene, the other suspect threatened him.
Unsuccessful in their attempt to take the bikes, the suspects left the scene, but were located on Washington Street by Hollis Avenue.
Joseph A. Clifford, 18, and Connor J. Norton, 18, of Braintree were both arrested and charged with unarmed robbery. Norton was additionally charged with threats to commit a crime.
Braintree man arrested for alleged car vandalism
Police arrested a Braintree teen on Sunday morning after he allegedly vandalized a friendís car with a baseball bat.
According to police, officers were called to the scene at 2:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and wpoke with the suspect and the victim, a 19-year-old Braintree man.
Officers learned that both men had been out together earlier that night and that they had had an argument.
Police said that the two men later met on Peach Street where the suspect allegedly struck the hood and fender of his friendís car with a baseball bat with four spikes imbedded in it.
Brandon M. Jones, 17, of Braintree was subsequently placed under arrested and charged with malicious destruction of property and possession of a dangerous weapon.