Cops arrested a man who they claim swiped cash and jewelry from a Rugby Road home on July 12 — and left incriminating DNA behind.
Police say that the accused smashed a window of the house at the corner of Dorchester Road around 10:30 am and pillaged the premises of $600, a pair of gold earrings, a gold wristwatch, and three gold necklaces.
And authorities allege they found bodily fluids on the broken glass, and traced them to the suspect.
A suspect was arrested for assaulting another man with a stinging liquid from a pressurized can on Parade Place on Dec. 29.
According to cops, the accused confronted the victim between Woodruff and Crooke avenues at 11:10 pm and began squeezing the nozzle on the canister.
The victim said the burning fluid got on his face and arm, and in his mouth and eyes, causing severe pain and irritation.
— Will Bredderman
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