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Five Arrested After Failure To Stop

Five Arrested After Failure To Stop

On Monday, 7/15/2019,  Officer Donnelly was  monitoring traffic on Hancock St when he observed a black Chrysler 300  operating at a high rate of speed south on Hancock St. He attempted to conduct a motor vehicle stop of the vehicle, however, the operator refused to stop. With lights and sirens, Officer Donnelly followed the vehicle as it travelled from Hancock St to W. Squantum St towards Milton. Officer Donnelly observed that the vehicle was occupied by 5 individuals. Officer Donnelly lost sight of the vehicle in the area of Holbrook Rd.  Within a few minutes a call came into Quincy Police Communications that a vehicle crashed through a fence at the end of Barham Ave and came to rest in the rear of 89 Elmwood Park. The caller advised communications personnel that five individuals fled from the vehicle- two black males and three females.
With the assistance of the Massachusetts State Police and Milton Police, all five individuals – 2 adult males and 3 juvenile females - were ultimately located and arrested.

Officer Levine inventoried the vehicle and discovered ammunition and items indicative of drug sales (sandwich bags and digital scales). While searching the crash scene, Officer Hockney recovered marijuana (4 jars, and a few sandwich bags), ammunition, and handwritten notes of gang-related codes and oaths.

Based on the investigation conducted on the evening of July 15th and a search of the individuals back at the Quincy Police Station the following two adults were arrested. They were arraigned in Quincy District Court on July 16th on the following charges:

Mugisha Jeanbosco, 21, of Worcester, was charged with Illegal Possession of Ammunition, Possession of Class D with Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy to Violate Drug laws, Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle, Defacing Property, Intimidation of a Witness, and Possession of  MDNA (ecstacy). Mr. Jeanbosco was held on $5,000 bail.

Jonathan Baez, 18, of Worcester, was charged with Illegal Possession of Ammunition, Possession of Class D with Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws, Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle, Defacing Property, Possession Psilocybin (mushrooms), and Possession of MDNA (ecstacy).

On July 16th, during daylight hours, two firearms were recovered. Pending further investigation, additional charges may be filed.

No information on the juveniles will be released.