Jun 11, 2021
26-Year-Old Man Accused Of Trespassing In Fenway Park Overnight
This news has been received from: cbslocal.com
All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.
BOSTON (CBS) – Boston Police say they caught a man trespassing in Fenway Park overnight.
Officers were called to Van Ness and Jersey streets just after 1 a.m. Friday after getting a report that two people were inside the ballpark and didn’t belong there.READ MORE: New Hampshires State Of Emergency Ends Friday Night
Two men, both 26 years old, were found outside Fenway.READ MORE: Braintree Police Officer Bill Cushing To Be Released From Hospital Week After Shootout
A police spokesperson told WBZ-TV after investigating officers determined that only one person went inside. That man, who has not been identified, will be summonsed for trespassing. Police said he was not arrested and they didn’t know if he had been on the field.MORE NEWS: Out Of Our Control: Piping Plovers Force Cancellation Of Some Hampton Beach Fireworks Dates
News Source: cbslocal.com
Man dressed as The Joker gets into fight at Washington Square Park
More On: washington square park Mayoral hopeful Eric Adams rips ‘open disorder’ in NYC parks Washington Scare Park: Violence and chaos overruns Village landmark Washington Square Park’s 10 p.m. curfew has officially ended Washington Square Park provocateur taunts neighbors: ‘You should move’
Washington Square Park devolved into another chaotic free-for-all overnight — with a man dressed as “The Joker” assaulting another in the wee hours of Sunday as cops appeared to turn a blind eye to the park’s midnight closing time.
Cops said no arrests were made Saturday night into Sunday as out-of-control revelers once again packed the Greenwich Village green space, despite neighbors’ continuous complaints about the park’s descent into lawlessness.
Shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday, someone dressed as the Batman villain slugged a 38-year-old man during a beef before taking off, according to police.
The victim was taken to Beth Israel Hospital and was listed in stable condition, cops said.
Meanwhile, a 76-year-old man told police he put down his bag inside the famous arch to take a picture of his son on Saturday night — only to find that someone had swiped it.People hanging out after-hours in Washington Square Park in New York, NY on June 13, 2021. Christopher Sadowski
The bag contained the man’s wallet, credit cards, keys and a cell phone, according to police.
On Sunday morning, volunteers picked up trash — including Budweiser and water bottles — that was strewn about the park, the Washington Square Park Conservancy tweeted.
Mayhem erupted at the famed Manhattan park Friday into Saturday, with two people knifed in a brawl and a man beaten and robbed of his cell phone, cops said.Police seen patrolling Washington Square Park at night on June 13, 2021.Christopher Sadowski
In all, six people were injured — including a 77-year-old cook at a local diner who was allegedly thrown into a window by an irate 27-year-old Brooklyn man, Gregory Conwell. Conwell now faces felony assault charges.
The bedlam prompted city officials to impose a 10 p.m. weekend curfew two weeks ago amid a rash of complaints from neighbors that the area was turning into an out-of-control crime haven — but reinstated the park’s regular midnight closing time this weekend.
The city Department of Parks & Recreation said the decision on the curfew is made in conjunction with the NYPD, who said Saturday that it is reviewed “on an ongoing basis.”A man seen on a motorcycle outside Washington Square Park.Christopher Sadowski
The NYPD did not immediately respond to a request for comment Sunday.Filed under nypd , violence , washington square park , 6/13/21