At about 5:55 AM on Monday, November 16, 2020, officers assigned to District B-3 (Mattapan) made an onsite arrest and recovered two BB guns in the area of 5 Lorna Road in Mattapan. While on patrol in the area of 895 Morton Street, officers observed a motor vehicle drive through a red light without stopping. Officers activated their lights and sirens and attempted to initiate a traffic stop in the area of the aforementioned location. The vehicle pulled to the side of the road and the officer exited his cruiser and began walking towards the car. The officer approached the vehicle and observed a white female operator. The female suspect suddenly accelerated and fled the scene, driving through the traffic light once it had turned green. The suspect turned onto Tiverton Road as the officer followed, but as he turned onto Tiverton Road, the suspect’s vehicle was a significant distance ahead of him. The officer observed the vehicle turn left onto Lorna Road.

The officer eventually made his way towards Lorna Road, and when he turned onto the street, he observed the suspect’s vehicle which had crashed into a parked car. The female suspect was outside of the vehicle and when the officer pulled up to the scene, her vehicle, which was not secured, rolled backwards making contact with the officer’s department cruiser. The officer secured the vehicle and detained the suspect. The suspect was treated by Boston EMS at the scene. Prior to towing the vehicle, officers recovered two black CO2 BB Guns and fifteen CO2 cartridges, one of the BB guns was located inside of the driver’s side door and the second was recovered from underneath the driver’s seat. The suspect was taken into custody. While on scene, officers were notified that a second suspect, described as a black male wearing a black or gray sweat suit, had fled the scene prior to the officer’s arrival.

Officers arrested a 16-year-old female, of Braintree. The suspect is expected to be arraigned in Dorchester District Court on charges of Failure to Stop for Police Officer and Failure to Stop at a Signal.