Juveniles Accused of Attacks at Downtown Crossing Arrested in Fast Food Attack

Some of the minors accused of assaulting a woman at Downtown Crossing last week have been rearrested after an attack at a fast food restaurant in Boston Police have arrested three people, including an 11-year-old child, after they allegedly attacked employees and customers at McDonald’s along Warren Street in Roxbury on Sunday. The group of miners allegedly threw rocks and water bottles at people at the restaurant’s drive-thru. According to the police report, a McDonald’s employee began throwing items through the drive-thru window, namely a cup and a small bottle of chocolate syrup, in an effort to drive the group away. The miners, in turn, picked up these items and threw them out the drive-thru window. to the police, the minors began shouting racist and homophobic slurs when officers arrived at the scene. Police said one of the suspects lunged at responding officers, punching one in the face and kicking another in the genitals. The new arrests include minors linked to an attack on a young woman in Downtown Crossing last week, in which five minors have been charged. According to a police report, Boston police said they were already responding to an assault and battery at a Macy’s in the area when they received reports of a huge scuffle with a group of about 20 teenagers on the street. Investigators said the video shows five minors, the youngest about 12, kicking and punching a woman in her 20s. The report says that last month, four minors assaulted an 81-year-old man at McDonald’s restaurant on Washington Street. Police said in the report that three youths recently broke the window of the Silvertone Bar & Grill when they tried to order alcohol and were refused service.

Some of the minors accused of assaulting a woman at Downtown Crossing last week have been arrested again after an attack at a Boston fast food joint.

Police arrested three people, including an 11-year-old child, after they allegedly attacked McDonald’s employees and customers along Warren Street in Roxbury on Sunday.

The group of miners allegedly threw rocks and water bottles at people at the restaurant’s drive-thru. According to the police report, a McDonald’s employee began throwing items through the drive-thru window, namely a cup and a small bottle of chocolate syrup, in an effort to drive the group away. The miners, in turn, picked up these items and threw them out the drive-thru window.

In their report, police said a minor entered the McDonald’s swinging a metal cane while another punched the drive-thru worker in the face.

According to police, the minors began shouting racist and homophobic slurs when officers arrived at the scene. Police said one of the suspects lunged at responding officers, punching one in the face and kicking another in the genitals.

The new arrests include minors linked to an attack on a young woman in Downtown Crossing last week, in which five minors have been charged.

According to a police report, Boston police said they were already responding to an assault and bodily injury at Macy’s in the area when they received reports of a huge fight with a group of about 20 teenagers on the street.

Investigators said the video shows five minors, the youngest aged around 12, kicking and punching a woman in her 20s.

The report says that last month, four minors assaulted an 81-year-old man at McDonald’s restaurant on Washington Street.

Police said in the report that three youths recently smashed the window of the Silvertone Bar & Grill when they tried to order alcohol and were refused service.

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