Boston Police report arresting a man they say came to a fight on Fuller Street in Dorchester with multiple ways to dispatch his opponents, only they fled before he could use any and then the cops arrived.
Police say officers responded at 2:23 a.m. to 333 Fuller St., off Morton Street, on a report of a fight among five to seven men, one possibly armed with a taser. As they pulled up, they spotted an SUV parked out front and the driver getting out and locking the doors.
The passengers told the officers that they were involved in a verbal dispute, and that some people had fled on foot towards Morton Street. As the officers approached the driver’s side of the vehicle, they observed a large kitchen knife resting on the dashboard above the steering wheel, as well as a can of OC spray, and a metal baseball bat in the rear of the vehicle. Further investigation into the motor vehicle revealed a purple stun gun underneath the radio, and a black firearm underneath the driver’s seat. The firearm, a Glock 19 Gen 4, with 1 round in the chamber, and 51 rounds in a drum magazine.
The driver, Tyler Greene-Davis, 21, was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, possession of a loaded firearm, possession of a large-capacity firearm and possession of heroin with intent to distribute, police say.