1.6 min readBy Published On: November 24th, 2021Categories: News0 Comments

Three teens between 14 and 17 were part of a group that assaulted a 43-year-old man this past Sunday, leaving him unconscious at Andrew Square Station,

According to Transit Police, they responded to a call about for the assault around midnight and  found the victim, who “appeared disoriented and dazed.” The victim told police he encountered the group of 15 young people who proceeded to slam him to the ground and then two male suspects kicked and punched him in the head before running way.

A witness at the scene said the victim was found “laying face down, unconscious.”

You can read full report below:

On November 21, 2021 at approximately 11:45PM Transit Police officers assigned to the Central District received a radio call to respond to the MBTA’s Andrew Sq. station for a report  of an assault. Upon arrival officers located the victim, a 43 year old male, in the busway who appeared disoriented and dazed. A witness approached and informed the officers when they came upon the victim he was laying face down, unconscious, in the busway.  Officers ascertained the victim encountered a group of approximately 15 juveniles while passing through the busway and was set upon and violently slammed to the ground striking his head on the cement curbing knocking him unconscious. While on the ground two additional male juveniles kicked and punched the victim in the head. The group then fled the area.

Multiple Transit Police officers responded for an area search and located a large group of juveniles inside the South Bay Mall parking lot. Based on a very detailed description officers were able to locate the juveniles responsible and place them into custody for Assault & Battery Dangerous Weapon and transport them to TPD HQ. Arrested were a 17 year old male from Mattapan, a 14 year old male from Hyde Park and a 16 year old male from Dorchester.

The victim was transported to a local area hospital for emergency treatment

 

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