Former MBTA Officer Charged With Civil Rights Violations Held On $1K BailA former MBTA Transit Police officer was held on $1,000 bail for allegedly beating a Roxbury woman at the Dudley Square T station two years ago after that woman spoke out about possible abuse by the officer.
Roxbury Woman Sues MBTA Over Alleged Police BrutalityA 29-year-old Roxbury woman is suing the MBTA, claiming her civil rights were violated after she was allegedly pepper-sprayed and beaten at the Dudley Square bus stop back in March of 2014.
Protesters Gather For Anti-Police Brutality Rally In RoxburyA rally to mark Juneteenth, a celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation reaching the slaves in Texas, focused on anti-police brutality on Saturday in Roxbury.
Danny Ainge Has 'No Problem' With Players Speaking Out On Social IssuesCeltics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge joined T&R Thursday morning for his weekly interview.
Roxbury Man Demands Answers About Alleged Police Brutality Donovan Walker says he was left paralyzed for over four hours after being kicked in the head by a Boston Police officer.
Boston Man Says He Was Beaten For Recording Friend's ArrestA Boston man filed a lawsuit against the city and 4 officers on Wednesday alleging he was beaten after he recorded their actions as they arrested his friend.
Man Suing Boscawen, N.H. For Police BrutalityA New Hampshire man is suing the town of Boscawen and a police officer for brutality in connection with his arrest last July.