Youth Violence Strike Force Make On-Site Firearm Arrest Following Investigation

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At about 7:26 P.M. on June 9, 2022, Officers assigned to the Youth Violence Strike Force made an onsite firearm arrest of Tyreek Hall, 19, of Boston.

Officers were on directed patrol conducting an active firearm investigation, when they were able to determine that a male, later identified as Tyreek Hall, was in possession of a firearm. Through their investigation, Officers were able to determine that Hall was in the area of the above location and eventually located him with a group of other males.

Officers approached Hall, and upon conducting a pat-frisk recovered a loaded firearm. Another male, identified as Jaylen Speed, 21, of Roxbury, actively resisted Officers attempts to conduct a pat-frisk, struck officers, attempted to push them away from him, and made threats to shoot officers. Speed was eventually taken into custody following a brief struggle.

The firearm was determined to be a 9mm P80 with a laser attachment and an obliterated serial number. The firearm was equipped with a high-capacity magazine loaded with (7) rounds in the magazine, and one (1) round in the chamber.

Tyreek Hall was arraigned in Roxbury District Court and is to be charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Possession of a Large Capacity feeding device, Carrying a loaded firearm, Armed Career Criminal II

Jaylen Speed was arraigned in Roxbury District Court on charges of Disorderly Person, Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, resisting arrest, and Threats to Commit a Crime.