The nightclub Monroe faces a seven-day suspension and the loss of two crucial nightlife hours – from midnight to 2 a.m. – as a result of License Commission sanctions for recent incidents that have drawn police. Owner Solmon Chowdhury has five days to appeal.
The rowdy Monroe nightclub in Central Square could be forced to close earlier and let in fewer people after a series of recent violent incidents landed its managers before the License Commission on Tuesday. The ruling could come as soon as next week.
A recently hired Cambridge Police officer has been arrested and arraigned on a charge of disturbing the peace after a violent incident at a Revere restaurant July 10. It follows a charge filed against a longtime officer in the spring of last year.
Police are investigating the early Saturday shooting death of Anthony Clay, 49, of Cambridge.
Crime dropped in 2015 for the fifth consecutive year, despite three murders, according to an annual crime report by the Cambridge Police Department’s Crime Analysis Unit.
One person was injured early Sunday in a shooting as Central Square clubs emptied, police said – about 14 hours after a gun buyback program ended.
A Dorchester man has been charged with a gunfire incident after an argument at a Central Square nightclub.
A conflict that began brewing inside a Central Square nightclub boiled over early Sunday as the area’s clubs closed, leading to gunfire in a nearby parking lot as disgorged crowds went to to find their cars and head home, police said.
Police are investigating a shooting Friday evening that sent two victims to the hospital – one with serious injuries – around Harvard and Cherry street, in the Area IV/Port neighborhood.
What seemed at first like an early Wednesday hit-and-run was actually far more: the dragging of a man behind a car after a fight in Central Square.