Shooting on Partridge Leaves One Dead, Police Searching for Two Suspects

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Everett Police search and around Partridge Terrace during last weeks shooting. (Photos by Joseph Prezioso)

By Lorenzo Recupero

On October 8, just before 9PM, multiple gunshots rang out on Partridge Terrace leaving one man dead from gunshot wounds and two suspects still on the loose.

The victim, identified as 26-year-old Robert Hinckley, was shot multiple times and received CPR on the scene but later succumbed to his wounds at the Cambridge Health Alliance Hospital.

Hinckley, who moved recently from Chelsea, leaves behind a wife and 6-year-old daughter.

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State and Everett Police Answer Fight Call at Encore

Leader Herald Staff Report

The weekend was not kind to Encore where police were called to put down what was described as a large fight which started in a hotel room apparently and which spread into the hotel lobby and then onto the main entrance of the luxury hotel.

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Police Station air Conditioning System Fails; Officers Working in harsh Conditions

By Josh Resnek

Since July, the Everett police station has been functioning with an air conditioning system that does not work, creating working conditions that are, according to the police union, “intolerable.”

After Channel 25 News did a special report on the conditions inside the station, the mayor was forced to declare an emergency.

“ We have been uncomfortable,” said Police Chief Steve Mazzie. “We work in all different environments,” he added.

What he didn’t say is that there has been considerable grumbling about the work environment inside the station, which no longer has central air conditioning.

Employees are now relying on a number of air conditioning units that have been placed throughout the facility to act as an adjunct to the inoperable central air system.

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— Eye on Everett —

Looking at the News that Matters to Us

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By Josh Resnek

The tragic death by drug overdose of the young Kennedy girl at the compound on Cape Cod caused a spate of articles to be written that went something like this: that being a Kennedy is tough, tougher than say being any one of us.

As an older person and a longtime fan of the Kennedy’s, a read of those articles made me think.

How is being a Kennedy any tougher than being me or you or any of us?

Is it harder being a working-class Everett kid struggling to establish a place in the world for yourself or is it harder being a millionaire Kennedy marinated in money and privilege?

Good question isn’t it?

Is it harder coping with our lives if we don’t have privilege and millions upon millions of dollars or is it harder coping because of having millions and privilege?

The answer to this, I think, is simple.

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Lynn man dead after Everett Officer-Involved Shooting ends in Revere Sunday Morning

By Josh Resnek

A police chase which apparently began in Everett early Sunday morning ended in Revere with the shooting death of a Lynn man, whose name has not been released.

The shooting occurred about 12:34 a.m. Sunday, August 4 on Washington Avenue near the intersection with Sargent Street in Revere.

The State Police and Suffolk County DA’s office have not yet released anything public about the ongoing investigation into the use of deadly force by the Everett police officer, whose name has not been released.

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