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Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Boston gang rivals battle on beach


08:49 |

Authorities say law enforcement officials converged on Carson Beach in South Boston and broke up fights involving youths from rival gangs.



Massachusetts State Police said in a statement that about 1,000 youth had gathered at the beach Monday afternoon during the third consecutive day of disturbances there.

One youth has been arrested for disorderly conduct and the others, ages 14-19, disbursed from the area. It is believed the youths arrived at the beach by train.

A veteran State Police commander says it was the largest gathering of youths on the beach that he has seen in two decades. Troopers from the State Police Barracks in South Boston, Boston police, transit police and officers from the University of Massachusetts Police were called in to clear the area.

 


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