A Connecticut man has been charged in connection with a hit-and-run accident Friday morning, according to a statement from the Boston-Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
Tyres Tree Hamilton, 30, of Hartford, Connecticut, was arraigned Friday in the West Rocksbury Division of Boston Municipal Court. According to the statement, in connection with the accident in which a child was injured outside the Boston Police Academy on Friday morning, he has been accused of leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident which resulted in personal injury.
Assistant District Attorney Emerson Pina applied for 5,000 bail. Instead, a judge granted 1,500 bail and ordered Hamilton not to drive without a license, the district attorney’s office said.
Columbia Road and the Interville Street area were charged Wednesday, Sept. 29, with a separate hit-and-run accident that injured a different child, expected to be presented later in the Rucksbury Division in Boston. According to the statement of the Municipal Court.
The district attorney’s office said the facts and additional details of the case would be released during the hearing.
“First and foremost, I am grateful that the children who were killed are recovering from their injuries. Any of these accidents could have been fatal, and it is incredibly fortunate that one of the affected children No one was seriously injured, ”said District Attorney Rachel Rollins.” My office is available to these brave children and their families to make sure they have access to all the resources and services they have. ” I would also like to thank the Boston Police Detectives who are members of the Boston EMS and the Boston Fire Department who responded to each incident, and the Boston Police Academy staff who assisted the affected child this morning. Came fast for Hit and run, and played an important role in identifying Mr. Hamilton. My office is working with members of law enforcement to hold everyone accountable for harming these children and improving the safety of everyone in our neighborhood.
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