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Scams taking funds in firefighters’ names Shocked and appalled. The Boston firefighters union president said it’s “low” that people would try to profit from his fallen brothers. Give wisely. The state attorney general’s office advises people to research an organization before making their donations and avoid giving though telemarketers. PAGE 02



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Donors beware: Firefighter unions warn of scammers Fallen heroes. False fundraising scams have been abusing good citizens’ charity after the recent death of two local firemen. In the rush to help the families of the two fallen Boston firefighters, multiple charities have sprouted online. But fire officials want to make clear that not all of those efforts were created with kindness in mind. In recent days, the Professional Firefighters Association

of Massachusetts and Local 718 have shared pictures on social media of charity scams. “There are some people selling T-shirts and giving to the fund, but when others sell T-shirts and don’t give [money] to the fund, that’s pretty bad. It’s low. If someone is trying to make money off my two brother firefighters … I’m pretty mad at it,” said Rich Paris, president of Local 718, the Boston firefighters union. Lt. Edward Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy were killed last Wednesday after becoming trapped in a Beacon Street home that caught fire. The investigation into the


“When someone tries to make money off their bodies, their names, their backs, there’s no place in my life for those people.” Rich Paris, president of Local 718

9-alarm blaze is ongoing. The funerals for the firemen are set for later this week. While the attorney general’s office has received no complaints about a particular firefighter fundraising scam,

the unions have posted images of donation pages that they said are scams and contain improperly used union logos on shirts. The Boston Fire Department also urged people to donate only to credible charities. “It is unfortunate that people would use this tragedy for profit. Please do not support any unofficial fundraising efforts,” the department said on its Facebook page. An official fund has been set up through the Boston Firefighters Credit Union. Donations to the Lieutenant Walsh - Firefighter Kennedy Memorial Fund can be made at

The attorney general’s office has tips for people to give wisely. The office suggests that people donating online make sure that websites belong to legitimate, established and registered charities and that the website and charity match. Also, people should avoid donating through telemarketers. “I’m proud of my firefighters and Local 718, and I don’t want anybody making money off of the back of my brother and sister firefighters,” Paris said. MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike

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Police probe daytime shooting of man near Mission Hill Boston police are investigating the shooting of a man near Mission Hill on Monday afternoon. Police said a call came in for shots fired at about 11:47 a.m. in the area of 17A Smith St. A man was found shot and was taken away in unknown condition, police said. Officers and detectives responded to the area to search for a suspect. Crime scene investigators marked evidence with cones and took pictures of the scene. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

A man was arrested Monday afternoon after leading police on a chase through multiple towns and firing at officers who were pursuing him. The man, who was not identified by press time, was arrested after hitting a utility pole in Bedford. Crime scenes were being examined in Newton, Carlisle, Billerica and Bedford, as well as other communities. The man allegedly ditched a car stolen from Newton in Billerica and then stole another car, police said. Police reported shots fired, but it was not immediately clear if anyone was hit. METRO

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MBTA arrest

Man arrested after verbal T tirade A Boston man was arrested Sunday night at Downtown Crossing station after allegedly sneaking in behind a woman and screaming derogatory names at her. Transit Police say Eric Schell, 49, crept into the station after piggybacking behind the woman. Accord-



ing to police, “Before she was completely through the gates Schell was pushing her from behind and shouting ‘hurry up.’” Schell was located inside an Orange Line train around 7:51 p.m., where he allegedly refused to cooperate and continued his tirade toward the woman. He was due to be arraigned yesterday in Boston Municipal Court for a charge of disorderly conduct. METRO

Marathon. Foundation to honor Lu Lingzi set up The family of a 23-year-old Boston University student from China who was killed in the marathon bombings announced on Monday the formation of a foundation to honor her memory. The Lingzi Foundation, named for Lu Lingzi, is a nonprofit that will help provide

educational opportunities for courageous, adventurous and ambitious students like Lingzi and support organizations that are making a positive impact in their communities, the organization said. Lingzi was one of three people killed in the April 15 blasts. MICHAEL NAUGHTON


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Cambridge has embraced year-round bike sharing. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO Lots of trips Roughly 32,000 Hubway trips were made between December and mid-March. •

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Students who left class to call on Gov. Deval Patrick to block new fossil fuel infrastructure said they had secured a meeting with the governor. A Just and Stable Future said 200 students walked out of classes Monday in favor of a ban on infrastructure such as a pipeline and a natural gas plant in Salem. SHNS

The Plymouth district attorney’s office said in a statement that “there has been growing family tension between [Benzino] and Gai Scott.” •

Benzino said he paid his respects to his mother in private at a Quincy funeral home but wanted to skip the procession and burial because of family tensions over money.

The Boston native was released Monday from South Shore Hospital in Weymouth. In a bedside interview, he told “I’m more embarrassed than anything else to be honest with you, because of me being a public figure then having people to see that me and my family is going through that. “It’s unfortunate,” he added. “Money brings the worst out of people.” MORGAN ROUSSEAU


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Benzino. Nephew claims self-defense in shooting The nephew of Boston hip-hop and reality television star “Benzino” claims he shot his famous uncle during a family funeral procession in order to protect himself. Gai Scott, 36, of Randolph, pleaded not guilty Monday in Plymouth District Court to armed assault with intent to murder for allegedly shooting his uncle, whose real name is Raymond Scott, on Route 3 in Duxbury. “When the dust settles with respect to this case, it’s going to be abundantly clear that Mr. Scott, a licensed gun owner, was acting in self-defense and in defense of his family,” Scott’s attorney said. Scott was ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing Wednesday. Benzino, 48, appears in the VH1 series “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.” The shooting allegedly happened when Benzino came upon the funeral procession, which was for his mother, Mary Scott of Dorchester.


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Groups make push for jobs, better benefits Members of the Boston Jobs Coalition and community organizations held a rally in Downtown Crossing on Monday against Boston area developers. The groups took aim at the company developing the former Filene’s site and claimed it has failed to provide Boston with the benefits they agreed upon. Protesters urged developers not to take tax breaks to build luxury housing without creating higher-wage jobs and meeting the city’s construction hiring and affordable housing goals. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Depression is no joke

The Obama administration has refused a request from Ukraine for weapons and ammunition. Instead, rations will be sent. All is not lost. The rations — known as MREs (Meals Ready To Eat) — can be thrown at invading Russian soldiers. Anything military related referred to by initials sounds intimidating anyway. The Russians might think that the rations are a peace offering and be deterred from their evil designs, which would result in yet another Nobel Peace Prize

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Animal cruelty is post-Flood

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Junichi Tazawa and the Red Sox dropped Game 1 of their 162-game season Monday in Baltimore. / GETTY IMAGES

Red Sox see an Opening Day dud in loss to Orioles MLB. The Red Sox fell in their first game of the 2014 season as they struggled to produce runs. Red Sox starter Jon Lester threw 104 pitches over seven innings in what would typically be considered a terrific first start — but it was his 93rd pitch that he would like to have back. With the game tied at one in the bottom of the seventh, Orioles slugger Nelson Cruz belted the first pitch of the inning over the wall

On the road again It marked the fourth straight and 16th out of the last 19 years that the Red Sox opened the year on the road, going 7-8 prior to Monday. •

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Grady Sizemore hit his first home run since July 15, 2011, or 990 days, on Monday. The solo shot accounted for Boston’s lone run on Opening Day.

in left field, putting the Orioles ahead for good in their 2-1 win over the Red Sox on Opening Day on Monday. Grady Sizemore continued his hot spring and triumphant return to baseball as he went 2-for-4 with a home run. Every player in the Red Sox lineup recorded a hit, except Daniel Nava and Will Middlebrooks. Dustin Pedroia extended his season opener hit streak to eight, passing Mo Vaughn for the longest in club history. The Red Sox had their chances to tie the game as they left two runners on in both the eighth and ninth innings, including a David Ortiz fly out to center with the tying run on second in the ninth. Overall, Boston went 0-for-9 with runners in scoring position. RYAN HANNABLE @Hannable84

Broadcasts of Red Sox games on NESN will look somewhat different now than they did in 2013. On Opening Day, NESN threw something of a curveball at Sox fans as the network had Gary Striewski reporting on the sidelines. The sideline reporter job has been in flux at NESN since Jenny Dell went public with her relationship with Boston third baseman Will Middlebrooks in late December. Dell was “re-assigned” and appears on NESN SportsDesk. Female reporters Elle Duncan and Sarah Davis had worked several spring training games on NESN in March, but it was Striewski who got the nod on Opening Day against the Orioles. Striewski is the first male Red Sox sideline reporter since Eric Frede (2004-05). He follows the likes of Tina Cervasio (2006-08), Heidi Watney (2008-11) and Dell (2012-13). Striewski was hired as a NESN

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