Man assaults Boston cop, sent for psychiatric check

A Boston police officer suffered a possible concussion and a large laceration trying to arrest Carlos Agrinsoni for allegedly exposing himself, a Suffolk County prosecutor said today.

A Dorchester Municipal Court judge today ordered Agrinsoni to Bridgewater for evaluation after a court psychologist testified he seemed unable to understand why he was in court and that he has had problems since suffering a serious brain injury when he was 17.

According to prosecutors, Agrinsoni, who has a long record of exposing himself and assault and battery, was exposing himself on Blue Hill Avenue on Tuesday night when officers arrived.

Agrinsoni allegedly exposed himself to officers, said, "I just want to go home" and started running.
Officers caught up with him at 70 Tennis Rd. When one officer told him to sit down, an assistant DA said, Agrinsoni began to struggle, knocking the officer in the face and opening a gash on his forehead.

He then ran away and jumped into a basement window at 85 Tennis, where he was arrested.