Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.

Friday, August 3, 2007

August 2nd Police Reports

Arrests

  • Occurred between 11:23AM and 11:45AM (8/02)-2 Brookline Place

Amos Coakley Jr. was arrested and charged with providing false information to a police officer, larceny, as well as failure to appear in court.

Victim reports she went to yoga and placed her red leather wallet in her cubby hole prior to the class. When she returned later the wallet was missing. Police diligently patrolling the area noticed a subject who fit the description of the man seen on surveillance tapes. Upon further investigation it was determined this was the man who stole the wallet. Once getting the suspect detained the man gave police a false name and social security number. Further investigation revealed the man's real name was Amos Coakley Jr, and he had several warrants out for his arrest. Coakley is believed to have been involved in several other recent larcenies in the area.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 10:00PM (8/01) and 7:42AM (8/02)- 1901 Beacon Street

Victim reported her Toyota SUV was parked in the rear lot of 1897 Beacon Street and was vandalized overnight. Her passenger side taillight was smashed.

  • Occurred between 10:00PM (8/01) and 7:42AM (8/02)- 1901 Beacon Street

Victim said her Nissan Altima was parked in the rear lot of 1897 Beacon Street and was damaged overnight. Her driver’s side rear window was smashed.

  • Occurred between 12:30AM and 8:21AM (8/02)- 1901 Beacon Street

Victim reported his Honda minivan was parked in the rear lot of 1897 Beacon Street and was damaged overnight. His driver’s side tail light was broken.

  • Occurred between 10:00PM (8/01) and 8:22AM (8/02)- 1901 Beacon Street

While responding to another malicious damage call officers noticed a grey Acura which had been smashed and damaged. The broken pieces on the ground lead offices to believe this vehicle was involved in the same above instances of malicious damage. The owner of the vehicle was notified.

  • Occurred between 10:00PM (8/01) and 8:24AM (8/02)- 1901 Beacon Street

While responding to another malicious damage call officers noticed a black Audi which had been smashed and damaged. The broken pieces on the ground lead offices to believe this vehicle was involved in the same instances of malicious damage. The owner of the vehicle was notified.

  • Occurred between 10:00PM (8/01) and 8:25AM (8/02)- 1901 Beacon Street

Victim reported her Suzuki SUV was parked in the rear lot of 1897 Beacon Street and was damaged overnight. Her side headlight had been smashed.

Attempted Larceny

  • Occurred between 6PM (8/01) and 8:30AM (8/02)- 637 Washington Street

Victim reported sometime overnight his headlights and hood had been damaged. It appears that someone had attempted to take out his headlights in addition; his hood had several pry marks under it.

  • Occurred between 7PM (8/01) and 9:25AM (8/02)-652 Washington Street

Victim reported he parked his car in the rear lot of the building and when he began driving it in the morning he noticed a strange sound. Upon investigation the victim noticed that he was missing his driver’s side headlight and grille. The passenger’s side headlight was also barely intact.

Harassment

  • Occurred at 9:41PM (8/02)- 33 Kenwood Street


Police responded to a call of a woman being harassed by a man in a car. Victim reported that while walking her dog a van passed slowly and whistled at her. The woman felt frightened by this whistle and explained it did not seem like a typical macho gawking whistle. She continued down the street but was weary of walking home because the man in the van would know where she lived. The van stopped a few doors down from where the victim lived and at that point the victim saw a few of her neighbors outside. When she stopped to speak with them the van drove away. The van was described by witnesses as a Honda Passport. A similar make and model of vehicle was seen a few blocks away from where the victim reported being followed. The car was stopped and its driver was told as to the officers suspicions. The man will be summonsed to court for criminal harassment.

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