Teens charged with Savin Hill armed robbery

Three teenagers didn’t get far with the 10 to 15 laptops they allegedly stole from a Dorchester Avenue computer-repair shop on Monday morning. Boston Police say the three entered Comp-Net Solutions, 1120 Dorchester Ave., around 11:20 and asked an employee if he sold chargers. When he said no, one of them took out a black handgun and pointed it at him while the other two gathered up the laptops from display cases. Before leaving, they took the employee’s wallet as well.

Police say officers who swarmed the area found assistance from witnesses who pointed them to 12 Roach St. a couple blocks away: “After officers set up a perimeter around the dwelling, officers were able to engage the suspects until they emerged from the residence,” a BPD report said.

Jason Toomer, 19, and Dennis Wilson, 18, both of Dorchester were charged with armed robbery as was a 16-year-old who is too young to have his name released. Toomer had an additional charge of assault and battery added after he allegedly attacked a court officer while awaiting arraignment in Dorchester District Court, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office reports.

Bail was set at $100,000 bail for both Toomer and Wilson and Toomer’s earlier bail on an unrelated assault case was revoked, the DA’s office said. The juvenile was released on personal recognizance.