Arrest in shooting, stabbing and Huron Avenue shot into home keep police busy
Crime is heating up with the start of summer.
Cambridge Police arrested Raveena Jaghoo, 17, of 176 Harvard St., in connection with a Sunday morning shooting that left a victim hospitalized with two nonlife-threatening gunshot wounds.
Jaghoo was arrested at her home, which is near the site of the shooting near Harvard and Cherry streets in the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood, and charged with conspiracy, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and armed assault to murder.
Jaghoo was also arrested June 10 on a warrant out of Middlesex Juvenile Court.
Police believe Jaghoo was responsible for luring the victim to where he was shot by a black male suspect, after which be brought himself to Boston Medical Center. The investigation goes on.
As Sunday turned to Monday, Cambridge police got a report of a stabbing on Massachusetts Avenue near Central Square.
Upon arriving at about 12:26 a.m., officers found a man on Bishop Allen Drive with a single stab wound to his chest. He was taken to the hospital. His injury does not appear to be life threatening.
“Police believe the stabbing was the result of an altercation between the victim and a group of males and was not a random act,” police spokesman Dan Riviello said.
Shortly after the stabbing, police said, a bullet struck a home on Huron Avenue early Monday.
There are no reported injuries or victims.
Neighbors said Monday they’d heard several loud bangs during the early morning hours, but none called and reported the noises to police.
Anyone with information for the investigations is asked to call Cambridge Police at (617) 349-3300. Anonymous reports can be left at (617) 349-3359; sent by text message to 84741 (begin your text with TIP650, then type your message); or by email by visiting CambridgePolice.org/Tips.