Updated: May 16, 2017 – 4:19 AM
BROCKTON, Mass. – Brockton police have arrested a woman they say went on a violent rampage Monday that lasted nearly nine hours.
According to investigators, it started around 8 a.m. when Anisha Johnson allegedly boxed a woman into her driveway and punched the victim in the face as she was leaving for work. Johnson is also accused of chasing the woman while she was running to try and find help.
Johnson vanished before police arrived, but hours later they
An alleged one-man St. Patrick’s Day crime spree began with an assault on a bus driver in downtown Victoria.
Victoria police said the B.C. Transit bus was on Douglas Street near View Street about 8:30 p.m. when a man got on and attacked the driver. Police arrived quickly but could not locate a suspect.
They were called again about 9:30 p.m. to the area of Government and Courtney streets, where the driver of a security vehicle said someone had jumped into the front of the vehicle and tried to grab the keys. The driver was able to wrestle the keys away from the man and jumped out.
The man fled.
The episode continued about 9:55 p.m. when a man climbed through the driver’s window of a second bus, climbed on top of the driver and tried to take control. But he inadvertently turned the bus off as he made his way through the window,