Hey, there! Log in / Register

Police arrest two suspects in T bus bleach attack, look for third

Douglas, per Transit Police.Douglas, per Transit Police.

Updated, 6:35 p.m.

Transit Police report they have arrested Lai Lawnnie Douglas, 22, on charges she took part in a robbery/bleach attack on a 28 bus on Sunday. Her arrest warrant charges her with unarmed robbery, mayhem and indecent assault and battery.

A juvenile, not identified because of her age, is also charged and has been picked up, police say. Police say they know who the third suspect is and are looking for her.

Innocent, etc.

Neighborhoods: 
Topics: 
Free tagging: 
Ad:

Comments

broad!

up
Voting closed 0

Did they try and rape the person on the bus?

up
Voting closed 0

Under Mass. law, indecent assault can be any kind of assault contrary to "contemporary moral values." That's not always a sex crime.

up
Voting closed 0

I would say throwing bleach in someone's face is not very decent.

up
Voting closed 0

It was my Uncle and I asked him why he didn't punch them in the face but my uncle is very old skhool Gentleman and he will never put his hands on a women Especially a young one and to tell every one the true he didn't even want to press charges, poor guy his very nice guy hard worker. Its all funny to people but if it was you or you're love one you will not joke about it all he was doing Mining his own business's well he was drunk but still he did not do anything to Provoke them they came to him and attacked him. Now he can see from the eye and everything is on video from the bus it show that he was a Victim and a gentleman to the end i never wish jail or Death on anyone but I can't Wait to see them in court you don't attack a Preston because there drunk.

up
Voting closed 0

Good job mom and dad

up
Voting closed 0

Hooray! And thank you to whomever helped ID them.

up
Voting closed 0

This is the bigger story here, someone from the hood actually speaking up to better their community.

up
Voting closed 0

... says a person who presumably is a big supporter of the social movements and non-profit organizations at work in Boston's 'hood'?

city life/vida urbana
occupy the hood
ACE & REEP
the city school
mata hari
etc etc?

up
Voting closed 0

even remotely true.

up
Voting closed 0

...which do you mean?
Not remotely true that these groups do something for the neighborhood or not remotely true that you support them?

An anudder ting, just what the fuck is decent assault? Is there some sort of assault that's "in accordance with contemporary moral values"?

up
Voting closed 0

I'm glad.. there's NO need for this senseless act. I hope they get the book thrown at them.

but know the Massachusetts judicial system, I some how doubt. How much you do wanna bet they have no previous criminal behavior and will get off with a slap on the wrist.

(and the juvi will get next to nothing)

up
Voting closed 0

Adam,
You should assign a journalism intern to track the results of your older crime posts. They would post a short one or two sentence update to these type of stories. For example:
Douglas was convicted and sentenced to X months probation. etc. That would make your vast catalog of crimes much more valuable. It would also have the secondary effect of Google-exonerating the accused if they are found innocent.

That's my tip - take it or leave it!

up
Voting closed 0

Now all I need is an intern!

up
Voting closed 0

pay the interns now, per court ruling???

up
Voting closed 0

Which is another issue, given my intern budget these days :-).

up
Voting closed 0

While we're at it, we should start a discussion about banning bleach before this starts a trend.

up
Voting closed 0

Bleach violence, as with gun violence, will mean focusing on banning the weapon. Meanwhile, these Clorox perps will somehow be pitied, much less arraigned, and much, much less convicted.

What a shame, especially for the victims.

up
Voting closed 0

When Clorox is outlawed, only outlaws will have sparkling white undies!

up
Voting closed 0

Hey now they already came for the phosphates in your dish-washing detergent and look how well that worked out.

up
Voting closed 0

A juvenile, not identified because of her age, is also charged and has been picked up, police say.

When are we going to finally wake up and eliminate this total BS nonsense of giving special protection to the suspects of serious crimes just because of their AGE?

If anything, that decision should be based on the severity of the charges. Instead, we have "the suspect is charged with attacking somebody with bleach. But they're only 15, so they'll get a pass at best, or a closed hearing and sealed record at worst." Give me a break already!

And what is so wrong with sending the message to everyone ("juveniles" and adults) that crimes have consequences. And one consequence is, as a suspect, your name is revealed to the public. No ifs, ands, or but about it.

up
Voting closed 0

Does Boston still offer $5/year memberships for low income applicants? How does the city enforce overage time for people who might not have credit cards, or does it go on their EBT card?

up
Voting closed 0

...that's really fucking relevant.

up
Voting closed 0

Don't worry Mark the governor is working hard to make sure every poor person and illegal alien gets a Cadillac at your tax paying expense to take whatever parking spot you were looking for, clog your commuting route during rush hour, and crash into you without insurance at every opportunity. /extreme sarc

up
Voting closed 0