3 folks arrested at Boston Delight parade recognized: Man allegedly threw full water bottle at cop


The three individuals who have been arrested on the Boston Delight parade, together with one suspect accused of throwing a full water bottle at a cop, have been recognized.

Boston Law enforcement officials arrested Jake Zawalich, and charged him with two counts of assault and battery with a harmful weapon as a result of alleged bottle toss. He was additionally charged with disorderly conduct.

Police additionally arrested Owen Woodcock and Jorma McSwiggan-Hong, charging every of them with disorderly conduct.

The incident occurred on the intersection of Berkeley and St. James streets, the place cops had been assigned for the parade. There have been quite a few different officers assigned to this space due to the contingent of pro-Palestinian protesters that have been on the sidewalk.

Then at round 11:30 a.m. Saturday, dozens of protesters reportedly walked previous officers lining Berkeley Road and blocked the free circulation of the parade.

“At this time, most if not all, of the protesters interlocked their arms together in an attempt to avoid officers removing them from the parade route,” the police report states. “This tactic is done to prevent officers from easily removing protesters without any physical contact, thus forcing officers to physically remove individuals who are interlocked together.”

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