Police respond to “quality of life” complaints in Mission Hill
Over the weekend Boston Police cracked down on loud parties in the Mission Hill area after allegedly receiving continued complaints.
The increase in patrol in that area is what police called “addressing quality of life concerns.”
According to police reports, officers arrested 13 individuals for drinking in public and one for being a disorderly person this past weekend.
Reports indicate that officers summonsed 15 individuals for “keeper of a disorderly house,” and two more for public drinking.
There was one summons issued in that area for minor in possession of alcohol.