Suspects In Recent String Of Wilmington BreakIns Arrested After Turning Themselves In

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is a press release from the Wilmington Police Department:Chief Joseph Desmond announced Tuesday that two men have been arrested as a result of an investigation in to a string of car breaks earlier this month. On August 3, 2019, the Wilmington Police Department launched an investigation after six residents reported that their cars had been entered and items were taken during the overnight hours.During the course of the investigation, Detectives identified two suspects: Derek J. Koster, 23, of Wilmington; and Ryan J. Runyan, 24, of Billerica. Both Koster and Runyan have been arrested. Both men are being charged with:Breaking & Entering in the Nighttime To Commit A Felony (6 counts)Larceny Greater Than $1200 (1 count)Larceny Less Than $1200 (3 counts)Attempted Larceny (2 counts)In addition, Koster will be charged with one count each of Receiving Stolen Property, Possession of a Stun Gun, and Improper Storage of a Stun Gun.Koster turned himself in at the Wilmington Police Department Monday and was arraigned at Woburn District Court. Runyan was later arraigned after turning himself in to police on Tuesday.PLEASE NOTE: All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedALL POLITICS ARE LOCAL: Robertson & Gordon Endorse Ed Markey With Possible Kennedy Showdown LoomingIn “Government”Wilmington Police Officers Recognized By US Attorney’s OfficeIn “Police Log”Wilmington Police Make Drug Trafficking Arrest In Target Parking LotIn “Police Log”last_img read more

300 BNP men sued in Khulna Sylhet

first_imgAround 300 leaders and activists of BNP, including its Khulna unit chief, were sued in two districts in connection with violence following the verdict that sentenced party chairperson Khaleda Zia in a graft case, reports UNB.Police filed two cases there on allegations of violence and obstructing police from discharging their duties and vandalism.In Sylhet, at least 197 leaders and activists of BNP were sued on charge of violence during a demonstration protesting at the imprisonment of party chairperson Khaleda Zia in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case.Sub-inspector Anup Chowdhury on Friday filed the case with Kotwali model police station against 197 people, naming 47 people, said Gausul Hossain, officer-in-charge of the police station.Earlier on Thursday, a group of BNP men locked into clash with leaders-activists of Awami League and police when they faced obstruction to bring out a procession in the Sylhet court area, leaving 10 people injured.During the clash, several vehicles, including a pickup van of police were vandalised.In Khulna, around 100 leaders and activists of BNP, including its city unit president Nazrul Islam Manju, were sued on charge of acts of sabotage.However, some 11 people, including city BNP senior vice-president Saharuzzaman Mortaza, who were detained on Thursday, were shown arrested in the case.Sub-inspector Sujit Mistri of sadar police station filed the case naming 28 BNP leaders, including its city unit president Nazrul Islam Manju on allegation of obstructing police from discharging their duties and vandalism, said Mizanur Rahman, officer-in-charge of the police station.Besides, Khulna police in separate drives arrested 33 people, including five leaders and activists of BNP from different areas of the city between Thursday afternoon and Friday morning.The arrested persons were produced before the court and it sent them to jail, said Mizanur Rahman, OC of sadar solice station.last_img read more