One Arrested for Trespassing on Tremont Street

Boston Police charged a man with trespassing on Tremont Street.

Boston Police arrested a Roxbury man for allegedly tresspassing on Tremont Street. 

Officers arrested Charles Young of 182 Ruthaven Street in Roxbury after noticing two males sitting on the steps at 664 Tremont Street. Police said the two individuals were known to them from previous arrests. 

According to the police report, officers pulled their unmarked cruiser to the curb and approached the suspect, who stood up as the officers exited the car. Police informed the males the steps were marked as "Private property, no trespassing." 

Young was arrested and will be charged with trespassing out of Boston Municipal Court. 

Information used in this article was supplied by the Boston Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction.

michael sirois October 02, 2012 at 11:39 PM
HUH? pretty poorly written "story". I am not a big fan of long-term step-sitters, but really! Ok, maybe the guys were "known", but still, it seems too weird.
Sara Jacobi October 03, 2012 at 12:44 PM
Eh, I don't think the article is poorly written. I think the reason for the arrest is a little suspect, though. But that's all the information we were provided by BPD.


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