- Occurred at 1:04AM (11/10)-
1300 Boylston Street
Sue Richardson, 43 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating under the Influence of Alcohol.
Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle traveling at an excessive rate of speed; the officer’s radar registered the vehicles speed to be 56MPH this being in a 35MPH zone. Police spoke with the driver and determined her to be under the influence of alcohol. The woman was subsequently arrested.
· Occurred at 2:37AM (11/10)-Summer Street/
Peter Lee, 23 yrs, was arrested and charged with a Graffiti Law Violation.
Raina Lewis, 21 yrs, was arrested and charged with a Graffiti Law Violation.
Police on patrol witnessed two individuals acting suspiciously and upon following them witnessed them spray painting the wall behind the ski market. A search of the subjects revealed multiple spray paint cans and other items commonly associated with ‘tagging’. The two subjects were subsequently arrested.
- Occurred at 2:59PM (11/10)-
267 Harvard Street
Karen Johnson, 41 yrs, was arrested and charged with two counts of Shoplifting.
Police received a description of a suspect who had just stolen several items from Body Works, they found the suspect a short time later and a search revealed her to be in possession of $133 worth of stolen goods from that location and also to be in possession of stolen sneakers from Good Feet Store valued at $160. The suspect was subsequently arrested.
- Occurred at 1:21AM (11/10)-
525 Harvard Street
Police will summons a man to court for Operating after Revoked Insurance after police witnessed him operating a vehicle, and a check revealed the vehicle’s insurance had been revoked.
- Occurred between 3PM and 4:30Pm (11/08)-
Tappan Street/ Greenough Street
Victim reported that her brown hand bag had been stolen from the side of Cypress Field sometime while she was running; the bag contained a cell phone, $50 cash and other miscellaneous personal items.
- Occurred at 8:40PM (11/10)-
29 Avon Street
Victim reported hearing a loud smashing sound and upon investigation discovered a rock
had been thrown through her window, the cost of this damage is unknown.
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