Boston Police report arresting four men on a series of charges for the robbery and beating of a man in a Jeep in an incident that began on Vale Street in Roxbury shortly before 6 p.m. on Saturday.
he victim stated that he was walking in the area of Vale Street when three males, all armed with firearms, forced him inside an older Jeep SUV and stole his two cell phones. The victim stated that the suspects then drove around the area for a short period of time with the victim unable to exit the vehicle. At some point during the incident, the victim stated one of the suspects struck him on the back of his head with one of the firearms, causing a lump. The victim then stated that he was forced out of the moving vehicle as it traveled near Vale Street and Thornton Street.
Police report officers began searching the area and not long after found four men standing next to a Jeep matching the victim's description behind the Timilty Middle School on Roxbury Street, next to Jeep Jones Park, about a mile away from the attack:
As the officers began to pat frisk the four males, they immediately recovered a loaded .40 caliber Glock 27 handgun from the waistband of one of the suspects, later identified as Sekou Sesay, 22, of Dorchester, at which time all parties were placed in custody without incident. The other suspects were identified on scene as Mohamed Kaba, 21, of Roxbury, Ahmed Kaba, 24, of Brockton and Abdigani Abdullahi, 22, of Roxbury. The officers then continued their investigation, leading to the recovery of a loaded .22 caliber Ruger MKIII Hunter handgun and a loaded 9mm Glock 43X handgun which were observed in plain sight inside the suspect vehicle. Officers also recovered a large quantity of marijuana and other evidence from inside a second parked motor vehicle which was determined to belong to Sesay.
The four were charged with kidnapping, armed robbery, assault by means of a dangerous weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, carrying a loaded firearm, carrying a loaded firearm on school grounds, possession of Class D drugs with intent to distribute and trespassing, police say.