Two Juveniles Charged with Trespassing on Heldun Street
One suspect allegedly had a knife on him. The following information is from the BPD, and where charges are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.
Boston Police charged two juveniles with trespassing through Heldun Street and Long Terrace residences.
On Sept. 17, around 10:18 a.m., one male juvenile was arrested and charged with trespassing, and a second male juvenile was arrested and charged with trespassing and assault with a dangerous weaon, a knife.
An officer saw two suspects wearing backpacks, riding bikes in between homes on Heldun Street and Long Terrace, said a Boston Police report.
Officers saw one suspect allegedly look into a pick-up truck at 21 Heldun St.
The suspects were detained and searched, and a knife was allegedly found on one of the suspects.