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Monday, September 24, 2007

September 23rd Police Reports


  • Occurred between 1:06AM and 3:08AM (9/23)- 208 Winthrop Rd

Matthew Krupski, 20 yrs, was arrested and charged with Minor in Possession of Alcohol, and Breaking and Entering with Intent to Commit a Misdemeanor.

Police received a report of a shirtless male seen breaking into a vacant apartment. When police arrived they found a suspect matching the description given by the caller, the man was intoxicated and was holding an open container of beer. Krupski immediately denied any knowledge of the incident however Police determined that Krupski had torn open the screen to the apartment when entering and when exiting had additionally damaged another screen in a separate window.

  • Occurred between 2:29AM and 3:13AM (9/23)- 55 Egmont Street

Lauren Burdick, 22 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating while Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor, and Weaving.

Police noticed a vehicle weaving over marked lanes. Upon pulling the vehicle over it was determined that the driver identified as Burdick was under the influence of alcohol.


  • Occurred between 1:30PM (9/17) and 11:34Am (9/23)- 14 East Milton Rd

Victim reports that someone had entered his home and after breaking off a combination lock stole 2 keys to several additional residences. Nothing else is reported missing at this time however this case is still under investigation.


  • Occurred at 3:25PM (9/23)- 320 Harvard Street

Police were dispatched to Fire Opal where an employee reported that a Coat and 4 pairs of earrings had been stolen. The employee noticed the items missing right before closing the store for the evening, the employee reported to police that she believed an Asian woman in her late 20’s, 5’5-5’6 in height and around 100 lbs was responsible for the theft.


  • Occurred between 11AM and 4:45PM (9/23)-1281 West Roxbury Parkway

Victim reports that her vehicles driver’s side window had been smashed and her wallet, cell phone, glasses, and pocketbook were stolen from the vehicle, the wallet contained several bank and identification cards, the pocketbook contained prescription medication and a ring. The combined value of all the stolen items is approximately $620.


  • Occurred at 9:40PM (9/23)- Summit Ave/Atherton Rd

A USPS mailbox was ‘tagged’ with spray painted graffiti; this case is still under investigation.

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