When Dzokhar Tsarnaev, the second suspect wanted for the Boston Marathon bombings, was captured in Watertown after a giant manhunt on Friday, the community took to the streets to celebrate the 19-year-old being in custody.
1851 Chronicle staff member Bri Robbins drove down to Arsenal Street in Watertown with a few friends about three hours after Tsarnaev was found by police. The Arsenal Mall was being used as a command center by law enforcement. Check out the video below to see some of the commotion from a night that Greater Boston and America will never forget.
Video credit to Bri Robbins