Massachusetts

Man Arrested on Attempted Murder, Human Trafficking Charges After SWAT Team Response in Quincy

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Quincy Police

A man was arrested on multiple charges, including attempted murder and human trafficking, after a SWAT team responded early Thursday morning to his home in Quincy, Massachusetts.

Twenty-nine-year-old Robert Bozeman was arrested Thursday on numerous charges, including armed assault to murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, human trafficking and possession with intent to distribute cocaine.

He also faces other assault and battery charges, as well as firearm and ammunition possession charges.

Quincy police say members of the city's SWAT team, bureau of criminal investigations and crisis negotiation team served a search warrant around 3:45 a.m. at a Buckley Street apartment building, which ended with Bozeman's arrest.

Police began investigating the case on Oct. 10, when police spoke with a victim about an alleged larceny.

Details about the investigation that led to the charges have not been released.

Bozeman is expected to be arraigned Thursday afternoon at Quincy District Court. It was not immediately clear if he had an attorney.

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