Boston Police report charging Tyshawn Pereira of Mattapan, 21, with the July 11 murder of Jean Louis on Bailey Street. Two other men, Michael Johnson-McNeil, 19, and and Bobby Robinson-Gilmere, 21, both of Dorchester, were charged as accessories after... Read more
The Boston Police Department reports a man shot on Bailey Street at Dorchester Avenue Saturday evening died.
The man was shot shortly before 6 p.m., police say. He appeared at the Carney Hospital with another man, also bleeding. That... Read more
As Mayor Martin Walsh rolled out his first report on progress toward the his housing goals for 2030 on Wednesday, the head of neighborhood development reiterated the need for "compromise" in an embattled Ashmont housing development.
In the first... Read more
A federal jury convicted a Dorchester man this week for the brutal attack and robbery of a U.S. postal carrier in December 2013. The brazen attack on Bailey Street left the postman with a non-fatal gunshot wound to the arm. Prosecutors proved that... Read more
Police say two teens who robbed two women - and pistol whipped one of them - near Ashmont station early Sunday were arrested not long after when officers activated the tracking app on one of the phones.
The Boston Police Department reports the... Read more
Two Washington Street business also targeted in gun-related incidents on Thursday
A group of teenagers allegedly beat and robbed a man at gunpoint on Thursday evening as he walked along Ashmont Street just after 7 p.m. According... Read more
A Jamaica Plain man collared in September after allegedly firing gunshots near Ashmont Station has been indicted for first-degree murder in a separate case. A grand jury has charged Johnnie Bonnie, 22, with the June 29 shooting death of 17 year-old... Read more
A suspect was arrested Monday night after a man was shot on Dorchester Avenue just outside Ashmont MBTA station. The victim, who was shot in the stomach, was transported to Boston Medical Center with what first responders described as "serious"... Read more