Mass. Bay student caught with loaded semiautomatic handgun on campus
On Feb. 3, at 11:19 a.m., Darryl Max Dookhran, 18, of Dorchester was arrested and charged with carrying a dangerous weapon, a firearm violation with three prior violent or drug crimes, unlawful possession of a large capacity weapon, unlawful possession of a large capacity feeding device, carrying a firearm in a school, unlawful possession of ammunition, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.
Public Safety Director John McCune informed on Jan. 25 that a student had reported a classmate carrying a firearm on campus. The student noticed the gun in Dookhran’s possession during class on Jan. 20, according to a police report.
Dookhran was not licensed to carry a firearm and had been arrested or field interviewed several times in connection with gang crimes in Boston, according to the Boston Regional Intelligence Center.
Police planned to confront Dookhran on Jan. 27, the next day he was scheduled for a class, but Mass. Bay closed because of snow that day. Two other attempts to locate Dookhran, one on campus and one at an MBTA station, were unsuccessful, according to the police report.
Police finally met Dookhran at the Mass. Bay registrar’s office on Feb. 3 and escorted him to a nearby auditorium, according to the report. Detectives informed Dookhran of the complaint by a fellow student, and Dookhran denied possessing a firearm on Jan. 20 or at present. During the conversation, detectives noted, Dookhran pinned his backpack against a wall to shield it from police.
Told he would be frisked, Dookhran attempted to flee and reached for the backpack, according to the report. After they handcuffed Dookhran, police found an Intratec AB-10, a semiautomatic 9 mm handgun, in the bag. The gun had a round in its chamber, according to the report, and 18 additional rounds in a detachable magazine.
Dookhran continued to struggle, according to the report, yelling profanities and racial slurs at police and insisting they had planted the gun on him. In a police interview later, Dookhran said a classmate must have put the gun in his backpack.
Dookhran was held and transported to Dedham District Court.
Warrant Apprehension Team re-arrests woman who smeared feces on apartment last year
On Feb. 3, at 10:34 a.m., Jennifer A. Fleming, 39, of Waltham was arrested on warrants for assault and battery, assault and battery to a witness, assault to intimidate, property damage to intimidate, defacement of property, and a civil rights violation with injury. The warrants were issued by Dedham District Court, where Fleming was transported after her arrest.
The Wellesley Police Department’s Warrant Apprehension Team arrested Fleming at her home. Fleming, a former Wellesley resident, was the perpetrator of one of the town’s : She was arrested on June 12 for on the apartment of a neighbor who planned to testify against her in an assault case.
Sherborn man charged with OUI
On Feb. 4, at 11:38 p.m., Liam A. Shannon, 48, of Sherborn was arrested and charged with operating under the influence of alcohol.
An officer patrolling Route 9 West observed a black vehicle driving erratically, according to a police report, and saw it make an illegal left turn at Oakland Street. The officer stopped the car and smelled alcohol on the breath of the driver, Shannon. The officer noted Shannon’s eyes were glassy and bloodshot and that his lips were stained red. Shannon acknowledged he had been drinking wine and when asked where he was, replied mistakenly that he was driving on Route 128, according to the report.
Shannon also failed three field sobriety tests, according to the report. He was bailed on personal recognizance after his arrest.