Police: Man Attacked After Asking Others to Stop Urinating on Charles Street
Police log from Beacon Hill, Oct. 10-14.
Police say that a man who asked two others to "put it away" as they were urinating on the street so that he and his wife could pass was beaten Sunday.
According to police reports, the victim had asked two men at 149 Charles St. to stop urinating on the street and then an argument ensued. The two suspects followed the man to his car, punched him until he fell and then repeatedly kicked him in the head.
The man's wife called 911 at 1:26 a.m. and police arrived in time to find the suspects, and place one of them under arrest. The victim, who had previously suffered a brain injury during combat in Iraq, was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital.
Wednesday, Oct. 10
- At 4:45 p.m. police responded to Anderson Street for a report of an auto theft.
Thursday, Oct. 11
- No major incidents reported
Friday, Oct. 12
- At 7:50 p.m. police responded to Charles Street for a report of larceny, $200 or more.
Saturday, Oct. 13
- No major incidents reported.
Sunday, Oct. 14
- At 8 a.m. police responded to Charles Street for a report of larceny from a vehicle, $200 or more.
- At 2 p.m police responded to 181 Cambridge St. for a report of assault and battery. According to police reports, a man became combative inside Whole Foods, yelling and damaging shelving, then striking an employee who confronted him. A criminal complaint may be brought against him.