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Friday, May 11, 2007

Crime Report (5/11/07)

  • Occurred at 12:49 a.m. (5/10/07)- St Paul Street/Commonwealth Ave

    Suspect was arrested for Unlicensed Operation and also received a citation for speeding.

  • Occurred at 1:24 a.m. (5/10/07)- 1387 Beacon Street

    Ronald Caggiano of Plymouth was placed under arrest for Operating under the Influence of Alcohol, failing to submit a vehicle for inspection, and for a prohibited left turn, the initial reason for the stop. The passenger of the vehicle, Rachel Caggiano of Plymouth, was arrested for possession of marijuana. During the search of the vehicle, the marijuana was found in R. Caggiano’s purse located under the rear seat.

  • Occurred at 2:43 a.m. (5/10/07)- 1200 Beacon Street

    Krisada Jaruthatsanakul of Brighton was arrested for Operating under the Influence of Alcohol. Jaruthatsanakul also received a citation for making an illegal left turn and failure to come to complete stop at a red light.

  • Occurred at 5:36 a.m. (5/10/07)- 880 Commonwealth Avenue

    When officers responded to a Commercial/Business alarm at the Tweeter center they observed a white male, later identified as Thomas Nee of Dedham, standing in front of a side entrance door. An officer asked Nee what he was doing and he immediately ran. A foot chase ensued and Nee was eventually detained with struggle. Nee had numerous cuts and open wounds on his body and was bleeding from many of them. A further search of Tweeter revealed a large plate glass window completely shattered located on the side of the building in the alley. The insulation behind the window had been completely removed from the building and the dry wall had been kicked and/or punched in. There was blood on both the insulation and dry wall. A flat head screwdriver was found lying on the ground next to the door, and a black hat with the letters SF in orange lettering was inside the glass and on top of the insulation. Nee was charged with two counts of Burglary, Resisting Arrest, and Possession of Burglarious tools.

  • Occurred at 9:05 a.m. (5/10/07)- 737 Newton Street

    Marcos Dos Santos of Allston was arrested for being Not Duly Licensed. Santos had been stopped because the trucks contents were spilling onto the roadway.

  • Between 7:45 pm and 7:49 pm (5/10/07)- Washington St/Salisbury Rd

    Elker Chajon-Navas of Boston was arrested for Domestic Assault and Battery. During an argument with his girlfriend, Chajon-Navas had grabbed and pushed his girlfriend against his vehicle. Two witnesses had observed the incident. Chajon-Navas was also charged with malicious damage because he had thrown the face plate from the vehicle’s radio out the window while arguing.


  • Occurred at 12:23 a.m. (5/10/07)- 22 Leverett Street

    A pizza delivery person reported that two white males had fled without paying after receiving the pizza.

  • Between 3:30 p.m. (5/9/07) and 7:30 a.m. (5/10/07)- 27 Francis Street

    A teacher at Lawrence school reported that her laptop computer was missing from her desk. Two students were later observed using a white Apple laptop on the playground at the school. When questioned where they had gotten the computer, the students stated that another student had given it to them. This same student had also told one of them earlier in the day that he had stolen the laptop.


  • Between 3:30 am and 5:00 am (5/10/07)- 1200 Beacon St

    Three motor vehicle located in the rear Holiday Inn parking garage had been broken into. All of the vehicles had a window smashed. A stereo and stereo equipment stolen was stolen from the Volkswagon and a GPS system was stolen out of the Dodge Caravan. Nothing was reported stolen from the Audi.


  • Occurred at 1:06 p.m. (5/10/07)- Salisbury Road

    An attempted burglary was made at the above time and location. The pane glass on the front door had been broken and it appears that the suspect had reached through the broken window to unlock the dead bolt lock. There did not appear to be a larceny from the residence and it did not seem as if the suspect had actually entered the residence. A loud audible alarm had been trip, and may have chased the suspect away. A possible suspect had spoken to a mail man that had been in the area and inquired about the particular address. The mail man also observed the suspect walk around the residence, but lost sight of him when he entered the back yard. The suspect was described as a white male, approx. 5’10”, slim build, tattoos all over his arms, a crew cut, wearing a t-shirt and shoes.


  • Between 3:55 p.m. and 4:11 p.m. (5/10/07)- Harvard Avenue

    A female apartment resident broke a window of another resident’s apartment with whom she has had numerous disputes with in the past.

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