Boston police announce 6 arrests at the Red Sox victory parade

Overall, police appeared pleased with the crowd's behavior.

Fans cheer the Boston Red Sox passing by in duckboats during a parade to celebrate the team's World Series championship over the Los Angeles Dodgers, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018, in Boston. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
–Charles Krupa / AP

Boston police said a total of six people were arrested Wednesday related to the Red Sox World Series victory parade.

“Commissioner [William] Gross is happy to report that the large majority of fans attending the Red Sox World Series Championship Parade celebrated and enjoyed the day in a respectful and responsible manner,” the department said in a statement.

Here were the six arrests:

  • A 17-year-old Somerville male was arrested near West and Tremont streets and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and possession with intent to distribute both Class B and D narcotics.
  • Ben Carbonneau, 20, of New Hampshire, was arrested near 3 Center Plaza and charged with drinking in public.
  • Nicholas San Antonio, 19, of Rhode Island, was arrested on City Hall Plaza and charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol.
  • Patrick Connolly, 19, of Sandwich, was arrested near 540 Boylston St. and charged with assault by means of a dangerous weapon.
  • Aliza Hacking, 19, and Santina Vanasse, 19, both of Boston, were arrested near 164 Endicott St. and charged with disturbing the peace.

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