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Thursday, August 2, 2007

July 31st Police Reports


  • Occurred at 11:20PM (7/31)- 205 Beverly Road Baker School

Michael Laham, David Maggioli, Matthew Nasif and Max Peskin were all arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol, trespassing, and violation of the open container law.

Police at the Baker School noticed a suspicious vehicle entering the parking lot after hours. Upon approaching the vehicle officers noticed a 30 pack of beer in the backseat as well as an open beer can in the front seat. The subjects in the vehicle were subsequently arrested.


  • Occurred between 9PM (7/30) and 8AM (7/31)- 3 Caitlin Road

Victim found the drivers side window of her vehicle smashed and her Louis Vitton handbag missing from the vehicle. Inside the handbag were two pairs of eyeglasses and miscellaneous makeup, a garment bag containing a suit jacket and a scarf were also stolen from the vehicle. The total value of all these items is approximately $2500.

  • Occurred between 11:30AM(7/30) and 10AM (7/31)- 226 Harvard Street

Employee at Ten Thousand Villages reported to police that a customer had left their wallet inside the store and she had secured it in the back room. However, when the owner came to retrieve the wallet it was missing. The wallet itself was valued at $60, and contained $20 cash.

  • Occurred between 9PM (7/30) and 6AM (7/31)-75 Goddard Avenue

The victim reported her unlocked car was entered overnight while parked in her driveway. Taken from the vehicle was about $40 to $50 in cash and various identification and bank cards.

False Identification

Occurred at 1PM (6/11) - Dean Road/Clinton Road

Officers on patrol noticed a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign. The operator did not have a license in his possession. He gave police a name and was given a citation for running a stop sign and not having a license in his possession. However it was learned the man whose name was given to officers was not the man stopped. The man whose identity had been used gave police the name of one Michael Jamgochian. Jamgochian will be summoned to court for Providing False Information to a Police Officer, Operating with a Suspended License, and various traffic offenses.

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