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Thursday, August 30, 2007

August 29th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 1:19PM and 3PM (8/29) - 300 Harvard Street

Jamila Smith, 27 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).

Police responded to calls of a shoplifter. The victim reported that he witnessed a woman stuff items into her bag and exit the store without paying. The suspect then returned to the store with her bag empty. The police spoke with the woman who was identified as Jamila Smith and subsequently arrested her for shoplifting. During the booking process Smith attempted to discard a piece of paper which contained what is believed to be Marijuana. She was additionally charged.

  • Occurred at 5:15PM (8/29) - 200 Ivy Street

David Urban, 19 yrs, was arrested and charged with Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Sprinkler, Trellis)

Police responded to a report of assault. Victims report one of their campers had become agitated and thrown a metal sprinkler as well as waved a wooden trellis at them. Police spoke with the man and subsequently arrested him

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 8PM (8/28) and 8AM (8/29) - 354 Tappan Street

Victim reports that his American flag which is fixed on his front railing was burnt sometime overnight.


  • Occurred between 12AM (7/24) and 8PM (8/28) - 179 Babcock Street

Victim reports that on two separate occasions she has noticed large amounts of cash missing from her room. The total amount of cash stolen was approximately $1000.

  • Occurred at 11:34PM (8/29)- 318 St Paul Street

Victim reports that while moving items from her apartment to her vehicle several of her belongings were stolen. Victim reports that she left items on the sidewalk for 5 minutes and upon returning from inside she noticed unknown suspects loading her property into their truck. She attempted to stop them but was unsuccessful. The items taken were a blue office chair valued at $40, a large lather office chair valued at $150, and a lounge chair

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