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Two Men Charged with Stabbing and Robbery on Pleasant and Browne Street

The following information was supplied by the Brookline Police Department.

 Brookline Police arrested two suspects in connection with the robbery and stabbing which took place on Pleasant and Browne Street on Tuesday evening.

Officers arrested Wallace Vick, 19, of Gaylord Street, Dorchester and Shaqone Cazeau, 20, of Lindsey Street, Boston.

Both men are being charged with armed robbery while masked and armed assault with intent to murder. They are being held on bail and should be arraigned tomorrow in Brookline District Court on Washington Street tomorrow. 

Meg Smith January 31, 2013 at 11:32 PM
Savages - Brookline used to be such a cool, bohemian town. Now the dregs of the earth have discovered they can pilfer Brookline too - thanks to the fear of "racial profiling". Look at the facts and let the police do their jobs fools!
MoonBeamWatcher February 01, 2013 at 03:24 AM
Tip of the hat to Brookline and BU Police and who ever else is involved in potentially capturing these suspected criminals. Should make for a very interesting strory.
MoonBeamWatcher February 01, 2013 at 08:20 PM
Before quickly disarming AMERICA I ask who TODAY wants a sign on front lawn or FRONT DOOR . . . this House or Apartment has no guns? Trust me TODAY, you are kept safe because of my 12 gauge or my neighbors 357! So, it's not just for hunting, it's for self protection for the day when "WE" stop or are UNABLE to continue giving away all the "FREE STUFF!" and the government comes to check if you or I have Food or Money not registered with the goberment. ahhhh, in otherwords to protect us from REGULAR criminals and the ones "WE" elect!

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