Friday, January 16, 2015

Here's A List Of The Douchbags That Blocked I93 In Boston Yesterday....


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Authorities have named the 29 individuals arrested Thursday in connection to the protests on Interstate 93 north and south of Boston during the city’s morning commute.
The protests, in Medford and Milton, blocked all inbound lanes of the interstate, causing severe delays and diverting an ambulance, police said.
According to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, 14 individuals arrested in Medford were charged with disorderly conduct, trespassing, conspiracy and resisting arrest:
  • Ana Cancino, of the South End
  • Jackson Chan, 22, of Back Bay
  • Sabrina Ghaus, 22, of Dorchester
  • Nancy Griffin, 47, of Brighton
  • Johannes Huessy, 33, of Roxbury
  • Kendra Jae, 25, of Jamaica Plain
  • Mallory Kaczmarek, 29, of Roxbury
  • Jacquelyn Lemus, 24, of East Boston
  • Diana Mai, 25, of Allston
  • Monica Majewski, 25, of Dorchester
  • Thu Nguyen, 23, of Jamaica Plain
  • Katharine Seitz, of Dorchester
  • Kathryn Selcraig, 22, of Somerville
  • David Voutour, 30, of Somerville
Three were charged with disorderly conduct, trespassing and conspiracy:
  • Benjamin Woods, 31, of Jamaica Plain
  • Ian Trefethen, 33, of Hyde Park
  • Jessica Lowell, 29, of Arlington
And one was charged with carrying a dangerous weapon (an expandable baton), disorderly conduct, trespassing and conspiracy:
  • Andrew Murray, 26, of Byfield
They were arraigned on these charges Thursday in Somerville District Court and released. They’re due back in court Tuesday, Feb. 20.
According to the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office, the 11 individuals arrested in Milton were:
  • Nicole Sullivan, 24, of Jacques Street, Somerville, pled not guilty to trespassing, resisting arrest, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct and throwing an object on a public way.
  • Nelli Routsalainen, 25, of Lambert Avenue, Roxbury, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and throwing an object on a public way.
  • James Billman, 25, of Colbourne Crescent, Brookline, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct and throwing an object on a public way.
  • Brett W. West, 26, of Warren Street, Boston, pled not guilty to trespassing, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct and throwing an object on a public way.
  • Jeremy Bingham, 23, of Shawnee Road, Arlington, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and throwing an object on a public way.
  • Mark F. Schwaller, 29, of Bynner Street, Jamaica Plain, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct and throwing an object on a public way.
  • Noah McKenna, 28, of Parley Vale, Boston, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct ,throwing an object on a public way and resisting arrest.
  • Angela N. Davis, 43, of Summer Street, Somerville, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and throwing an object on a public way.
  • Eli Cohen, 26, of Simpson Avenue, Somerville, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and throwing an object on a public way.
  • Emily Osmun, 34, of Medford Street, Somerville, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct ,throwing an object on a public way and resisting arrest.
  • William Connolly, 26, of Jean Street, Hanson, pled not guilty to trespassing, throwing glass on a public way, willfully obstructing an emergency vehicle, conspiracy, disorderly conduct and throwing an object on a public way.
They were on arraigned on these charges Thursday afternoon in Quincy District Court and released on personal recognizance. They’re due back in court April 9 for a pre-trail conference.

1 comment:

  1. It would be nice if the patient whose care was delayed and who was diverted to a different hospital could also use this information for a civil suit.

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