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Assault suspect surrenders after eluding police

Boston Police Department Superintendent Daniel Linskey (center), superintendent of police, addressed a press conference Sunday about Hosea Richardson of Newton at police headquarters in Boston.
By John M. Guilfoil
Globe Correspondent / December 29, 2008

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The search ended peacefully yesterday for a Newton man who allegedly beat a woman in her West Roxbury home early Saturday and eluded police, who worried he was trying to commit "suicide by cop." On the run for more than 24 hours, the man surrendered in front of the Christian Science reflecting pool after a lengthy discussion with crisis negotiators. (Full article: 461 words)

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