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Boston Police Release List Of 53 Arrested For Rioting And Looting During Protest For George Floyd

 

Boston Police released the names of the 53 people who were arrested for their involvement in the Boston riots on Sunday night. Clearly none of these people cared about George Floyd, and were simply using a large crowd as a means to riot and loot. Twenty nine of the 53 are Boston residents, which makes Ringo Pressley’s tweet today inaccurate.

“Whose streets?”

Apparently Belmont, Stoneham, and Oxford’s streets, because that’s where many of these anarchists are from. Let’s meet them all.

Leonil Pena, 23-years-old, of Boston, charged with Willful and Malicious Destruction of Property.

Running in the unseeded heat of the 2 mile at Reggie Lewis Center. No wonder Leonil couldn’t outrun the cops.

 

Darryle Thompson, 29-years-old, of Taunton, charged with Assault and Battery by means of a Dangerous Weapon, Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, Disorderly Conduct, and Resisting Arrest.

 

Darren Dupree, 32-years-old, of Boston, charged with Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, Inciting a Riot, and Disorderly Conduct.

 

Brian Pulliam, 35-years-old, of Lowell, Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, and Disorderly Conduct.

If this is a different Brian Pulliam from Lowell I’ll take this down, because I would certainly hope an Air Force guy wouldn’t go around beating up cops in Boston.

 

Marchies Porcher, 21-years-old, of Dorchester, charged with Willful and Malicious Destruction of Property.

This guy really cares about black lives, which is why he drives around with guns that are almost definitely destined to be used one day to hurt or kill another black male in Boston. He also likes to interfere with lawful arrests, so his disdain for the police is hardly surprising.

At about 6:13 PM on Thursday, January 11, 2018, officers assigned to the Youth Violence Strike Force made an onsite firearm arrest as part of an active and ongoing investigation in the area of 18 Hollander Street in Roxbury. The officers were aware that the target of their investigation, Richard Dilworth, 21, of Roxbury, was armed with a firearm and that he was the front seat passenger inside a motor vehicle which they had stopped in the rear parking lot of the address. Officers approached the vehicle and attempted to remove the suspect at which time a violent struggle ensued. Officers were eventually able to place the suspect in custody while safely recovering a loaded .40 caliber Smith & Wesson MP40 semi-automatic handgun with an extended magazine from the waistband area of the suspect’s pants. Officers later learned that the firearm was loaded with 26 rounds of ammunition, including one in the chamber, and had previously been reported stolen in Norwood, Massachusetts. As the officers were struggling to gain control of the suspect, the operator of the vehicle, later identified as Marchies Porcher, 18, of Roxbury, exited the driver’s side and attempted to interfere with the arrest while pushing officers who were trying to keep him at a safe distance. The second suspect was then placed in custody without further incident. Two additional occupants of the vehicle were identified and released from the scene.

 

17-year-old juvenile male of Brockton, charged with Willful and Malicious Destruction of Property, Inciting a Riot, and Disorderly Conduct.

 

Matthew O’Brien, 26-years-old, of Roslindale, charged with Willful and Malicious Destruction of Property, Larceny Over $1200, and Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

 

Diakhari Roberts, 21-years-old, of Mattapan, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Mario Fiume, 31-years-old, of Stoneham, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Aly Joseph, 27-years-old, of Quincy, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Stephanie Mathurin, 23-years-old, of Malden, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Elliot Strassman, 27-years-old, of Jamaica Plain, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

Grown man with a flat brimmed hat named Elliot. Born to be on TB.

 

Antonio Cardona, 36-years-old, of Wakefield, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

If you’re 22 and rioting, you’re still an idiot, but at least you can pass it off as youthful idiocy. If you’re 36 and you’re still rioting you are a full fledged loser.

 

Edward McColgan, 28-years-old, of Roxbury, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Keyshaun Taylor, 24-years-old, of Fall River, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony, Possession of Burglarious Tools, Larceny Over $1200, and Willful and Malicious Destruction of Property.

 

Derelle Felix, 22-years-old, of Mattapan, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony, Possession of Burglarious Tools, Larceny Over $1200, and Willful and Malicious Destruction of Property.

 

Jeremiah Lenoch, 28-years-old, of Brighton, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony

This man bunned free spirit was given a $92K scholarship in 2017 for getting a 4.0 in community college at the age of 25. Seems like a great investment. He’s clearly doing big things.

 

Dallas Walenty, 23-years-old, of Berwick, Maine, charged with Disorderly Conduct and Disturbing the Peace.

I’ll give her one thing – she beat the odds. When you’re a girl and your parents name you Dallas, the odds that you’ll become a stripper are astronomical. Still doesn’t excuse dressing like an unopened pack of Fruit Stripe gum though.

According to her she dindu nuffin.

She’s also in the “middle of a revolution,” and by marching through Boston and participating in a riot she is protecting little black girls.

She’s very important.

 

Charlotte Hannum, 23-years-old of Belmont, charged with Disorderly Conduct and Disturbing the Peace.

Guess where this one went to college.

Another Hampshire College grad doing big things with her degree in bisexual basket weaving.

 

Cadence Stoloski, 20-years-old, of Plymouth, charged with Assault by means of a Dangerous Weapon.

Pretty heavy charge for Cadence from Plymouth. Don’t mess with this young woman at a “peaceful protest.”

Sure she might be private school girl who went to Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart and won awards for being a B student:

 

But that doesn’t mean she won’t bash you over the head with a dangerous weapon if you get in her way.

 

Patsy Newton, 18-years-old, of New Bedford, charged with Disturbing the Peace.

Once you get the door knocker installed on your nose, the chances of you ending up on TB increase infinitely.

 

Shauntee Garcia, 29-years-old, of Attleboro, charged with Receiving Stolen Property.

Another peaceful protester who recently did nine months in jail for selling cocaine. Goes well with her larceny charge too

I can’t imagine why these people have a problem with the police. It’s almost as if they don’t like being arrested by them for committing crimes.

 

Ryan Maloney, 33-years-old, of Winthrop, charged with Larceny from a Building and Disorderly Conduct.

Just your run of the mill peaceful looter who breaks into buildings and steals things in order to heal his pain over George Floyd dying. Was he grieving in 2018 when he was arrested for a hit and run?

Ryan Maloney, 31, of South Boston, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury, operating a motor vehicle a suspended license, speeding and operating negligently to endanger.

Here’s the best part about Ryan – he was arrested in 2005 for a racially motivated attack on a black guy.

Five Winthrop and Revere teenagers accused of committing racially-motivated attacks on a Somali family from Winthrop were issued civil rights injunctions by Suffolk Superior Court Judge Charles Spurlock yesterday. Under the injunction, Ryan Maloney, 19, of Winthrop and a juvenile from Winthrop and three other juveniles from Revere are prohibited from threatening, intimidating, or coercing the family or anyone else.

He really cares about racial equality now though.

 

Jason Portillo, 22-years-old, of South Boston, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Jose Figueroa, 30-years-old, of Lynn, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Roshaun Ladouceur-Pettway, 28-years-old, of Boston, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

This dude live streamed the “peaceful” parts, but must’ve forgot to hit the record button once he went into looting mode.

 

Elest Reve, 22-years-old, of Watertown, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony and Disorderly Conduct.

Flat brimmed hat with the sticker on, from Brockton. Nuff said.

 

Robert Audette, 25-years-old, of Oxford, charged with Disorderly Conduct.

Robert knows all about the struggle for racial oppression from his time in the mean streets of Oxford. Guess who his favorite sportball team is?

You knew at least one of these 53 had to have a flat brimmed Bulls hat. He also claims he was peaceful.

Good news for you dude – you committed a crime in Rachael Rollins district. That’s the same thing as it not happening at all.

 

Rene Rodriguez, 21-years-old, of Boston, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony and Disorderly Conduct.

 

Terrell Harris, 25-years-old, of Boston, charged with Receiving Stolen Property.

 

John Boampong, 37-years-old, of Dorchester, charged with six counts of Armed Assault with Intent to Murder, Discharging a Firearm within 500 Feet of a Building, Carrying a Loaded Firearm without a License, and Failure to Stop for Police.

What the heck? Kind of hard to say that you’re all about being peaceful when you show up to “protests” armed with unregistered guns, and then discharge your gun at the riots with the intent to murder another human being. He’s another one who live streamed his experience but forgot to keep the cameras rolling when things got interesting.

Maybe he’s just mad because his KAEPS LOCK is broken?

 

Chana Harris, 35-years-old, of Boston, charged with Carrying a Firearm without a License.

Another 35 year old who somehow has the time to march, riot, and carry unregistered guns. Must be nice. He’s also a DNC hack in the making, and constantly posts about why you should vote blue in November.

This is like a commercial for Trump. The guy who just got out of jail for bringing an unregistered gun to a riot wants you to vote for Joe Biden, who a week ago literally told black people that they ain’t black if they don’t vote for him. What a country.

 

Kay Grant, 24-years-old, of Boston, charged with Receiving Stolen Property.

 

Keyana Wilson-Smith, 25-years-old, of Brighton, charged with Disorderly Conduct.

 

Teionya Desire, 23-years-old, of Quincy, charged with Disorderly Conduct.

 

Luxury Lee, 24-years-old, Fall River, charged with Disorderly Conduct.

There’s an actual human being named Luxury Lee, and to the surprise of nobody it lives in Fall River.

 

Shaquille Manago, 26-years-old, of Dorchester, charged with Disorderly Conduct.

Another peaceful guy.

 

Isaiah Johnson, 22-years-old, of Cambridge, charged with Disorderly Conduct.

Isaiah has never met a third world dictator he doesn’t like.

Who wants to tell him? Sir, if you think the police are bad in Boston, you’re probably not going to enjoy the way the police in Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, China, or Syria treat you when you break the law, or say an opinion out loud that the ministry of propaganda hasn’t approved first.

 

Curtis Lockett, 23-years-old, of Winthrop, charged with Disorderly Conduct and Larceny Over $1200

Very close to a flat brimmed Bulls hat with this one too.

They play in the same building, so that should count. Pro tip – don’t get a tattoo that looks like chest hair, and then wear a shirt like that to the club.

 

Val Postell, 19-years-old, of Plainville, charged with Disorderly Conduct and Larceny Over $1200

No clue what gender this thing is, but apparently Val likes to wear necklaces made of heroin while carrying unregistered guns.

Officers found a small bag of heroin in a leather bag around 18-year-old Val Postell’s neck and a loaded 9mm Glock 17. Postell is facing several charges including, unlawful possession of a firearm, and possession with an intent to distribute a class A drug.

Relatable.

 

Elijahquan Sheffield-Manago, 24-years-old, of Boston, charged with Disorderly Conduct and Possession of Burglarious Tools.

 

Ryonn Finklea, 30-years-old, of Dorchester, charged with Disorderly Conduct.

The real crime here is that this poor guy was named Ryonn with 2 N’s.

 

 

Jamal Chalas, 21-years-old, of Dorchester, charged with Disorderly Conduct.

He seems lovely.

Definitely going down in history with the likes of Martin Luther King.

“I have a dream.” – MLK

“Fight me b**** n***a” – Jamal Chalas

 

Abdi Ali, 20-years-old, of Portland, Maine charged with Disorderly Conduct and Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

Finding a guy named Abdi Ali in Portland, Maine is like finding a guy named Sully in the imaginary bars that Kevin Cullen hits up when he need inspiration for a column. Ryan Maloney REALLY would hate living in Portland, Maine. Trust me.

 

Sean Berry, 29-years-old, of Brockton, charged with Larceny Over $1200, Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony, and Resisting Arrest.

Sean apparently doesn’t like to pay for goods and would prefer looting, which is funny because he once posted this.

 

 

Edgar Esturban, 24-years-old, of Dorchester, charged with Larceny Over $1200 and Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

This guy right here definitely lost a lot of sleep over George Floyd.

 

Cody Dinoi, 28-years-old, of Worcester, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

It’s a shame that Cody’s modeling career didn’t work out as planned, so he had to resort to a life of assaulting and battering family members and driving with a suspended license.

Can’t figure out where his beef with the cops comes from.

 

Apheilia Wolfe, 25-years-old, of Hyde Park, charged with Larceny Over $1200 and Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Arturo Cruz, 35-years-old, of Boston, charged with Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Edmilson Barros, 25-years-old, of Brockton, charged with Trespassing.

Hours after getting released for rioting Eddie here was posting about looting during the riots.

 

Darren McFadden, 36-years-old, of Roxbury, charged with Larceny Over $1200 and Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

Poor guy is named after a washed NFL running back who now gets arrested for passing out drunk in his car while trying to get fast food.

 

Steven Soto, 22-years-old, of Dorchester, charged with Larceny Over $1200 and Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony.

 

Carl Rabouin, 45-years-old, of Boston, Larceny Over $1200, Breaking and Entering of a Building Nighttime for Felony, and Resisting Arrest.

Forty five years old and still rioting. This guy ain’t never leaving Boston.

These are your “peaceful protesters,” but many more could’ve and should’ve been arrested. Their mere presence at a riot is criminal. If the cops tell you to leave the streets and you don’t, then you don’t get to say they started it when they shoot off tear gas at you. Next riot don’t act like animals and you won’t get treated like one.

 

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