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Monday, November 26, 2007

November 24th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 10:29AM (11/24)- 1401 Beacon Street

Jose Pina, 41 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after Suspension.

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle traveling without a side mirror and upon stopping the vehicle it was discovered that the drivers right to operate had been suspended and he was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 12:24PM (11/24)- Beacon Street/ Winthrop Road

Kevin Lasquade, 24 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating while Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor, Fleeing the Scene of a Motor Vehicle Accident, Fleeing the Scene of a Property Damage Accident, and other various traffic offenses.

Police responded to reports of a construction back hoe hitting a parked vehicle and driving away. Police witnessed the backhoe traveling on the street speeding and crossing the double yellow line. Police attempted to pull the vehicle over and after a short distance the backhoe pulled to the side of the road where officers were able to identify the driver and at that point it was determined that the backhoes operator was under the influence of alcohol. It was additionally discovered that Lasquade did not have a license to operate the backhoe he was subsequently arrested.


  • Occurred between 3PM and 3:30PM (11/23)- 1030 Commonwealth Avenue

Police responded to Kayuga Restaurant and were met by an employee who reported that her wallet and her co-workers wallet were stolen sometime during the day Friday the contents of the wallets are currently unknown.

  • Occurred between 1PM and 4PM (11/24)- 356 Harvard Street

Victim reported that his vehicles passenger’s side window had been pried out and his GPS navigation system valued at approximately $400 taken from the dashboard.

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