- Occurred at 11:23AM (
11/12)-20 Corey Road
Adieni Torrezani, 23 yrs, was arrested charged with being Not Duly Licensee
Police stopped a vehicle which had a partially shattered windshield and upon investigation learned the vehicle’s driver did not have a valid license and he was subsequently arrested.
- Occurred at 1:18AM (11/13)-
Boylston Streetand Reservoir Road
Jasmine Reid Manley, 22 yrs, was arrested and charged with Unlicensed Operation and a Speed limit violation.
Police pulled over a vehicle that was traveling above the posted speed limit and upon investigation it was revealed that the driver of the vehicle did not have a valid license, she was subsequently arrested.
- Occurred at 2:07AM (11/13)-
85 Sears Road
Subject was arrested and charged with Operating Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor, Driving to Endanger, Failure to Stop for a police officer, Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Crash, and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).
Police on patrol witnessed a disabled SUV on the side of the road with front end damage and a flat tire. The driver of the vehicle approached police and when asked for his license and registration the man went back to his vehicle and got in with another female and drove away from the cruiser, when police activated their blue overhead lights in an attempt to pull the vehicle over the vehicle did not stop and continued to drive approximately a half mile weaving through back roads until finally coming to a stop on Sears Road. Officers spoke with the driver and determined he was under the influence of alcohol, he was subsequently arrested. Officers then noticed a small white case laying on the lawn next to the SUV the case contained a small amount of a green leafy substance believed to be Marijuana, the suspect was additionally charged.
- Occurred between 10PM (11/11) and 4:28AM (11/12) -
421 Harvard Street
Owner reports that sometime overnight an unknown suspect gained entry into Kupels Bakery and moved his cash register onto the floor; however it does not appear that anything was stolen.