GPS Ankle Monitors Lead Detectives to Arrest of Dangerous Habitual Reoffenders; Courts Order Them Held Without Bail

At approximately 09:00 hours on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 officers from State Police Department joined the Boston Police Gang Unit with assistance from the Quincy Police Department, to execute simultaneous arrest and search warrants.

The warrants were issued for the residences of:

Tyreek P Woodley, age 23, of 23 Brooks Avenue in Quincy along with Jameel R Sadler, age 28, of 10 Santuit Street in Dorchester.

The warrants stem from an assault and robbery involving a firearm that occurred on March 9. Witnesses stated that three males were having a physical altercation outside of a store. When officers arrived, witnesses stated they saw two males beating another male on the ground. Officers located the victim, who declined Boston EMS treatment, stated the males were attempting to rob him and were in possession of a firearm.

A witness was able to capture video and still images of the assault and the assailants. The suspect identifications made by the witnesses were then corroborated utilizing GPS data from the court issued ankle monitors that both suspects were wearing, placing them at the scene during the assault.

Both Woodley and Sadler are habitual offenders, with a lengthy history of violence and firearm related charges. Due to the extreme danger they pose to the health and safety of the public, both were held by the courts without bail.