Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.

Friday, November 30, 2007

November 29th Police Reports

Arrests

  • Occurred at 3:05AM (11/29)- 400 Heath Street

Ethan Tuitt, 19 yrs, was arrested and charged with Simple Assault and Battery, and Assault with a Firearm.

Justin Cuda, 19 yrs, was arrested and charged with Simple Assault and Battery, and Assault with a Firearm.

Police responded to Pine Manor College where several victims reported being assaulted with what they believed was a firearm. Police spoke to one of the witnesses who said one of her friends and her former boyfriend had gotten into an argument in the parking lot that eventually led to the male physically sticking the female. The witness then explained that the suspect’s accomplice displayed what appeared to be a gun. It was then reported that the victim and several others while in fear of being assaulted by a gun ran and were subsequently chased by the man and his friends. The suspect and his friend were arrested, and police were able to confiscate a knife, and a Marijuana pipe.

  • Occurred between 8PM and 8:08PM (11/29)- 1334 Beacon Street

Gregory Kirsh, 29 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.

Employees at radio shack reported that a man had come into the store with no receipt in an attempt to return headphones for cash, the employee believed this to be suspicious because the same suspect had been in the store about 10 minutes prior and after employees reviewed the security tape it was learned the man had stolen the headphones, he was subsequently arrested.

Attempted Burglary

  • Occurred at 12AM (11/25)- Heath Street

Victim reported that earlier in the week sometime during the night he had heard loud sounds coming from his yard and also noticed his motion sensor light go on. In the morning the man noticed what was described as punch marks on his window, this case is still under investigation.

Fraud

  • Occurred at 11AM (11/29)- Sumner Road

Victim reported that she was contacted about several suspicious transactions being made on her credit card. The victim reported that she subsequently cancelled the card; however the fraudulent charges had already amounted to approximately $300.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 2:20PM and 2:30PM (11/29)- Beacon Street

Victim reported that her wallet was stolen sometime while she was shopping at The GAP; the wallet was valued at approximately $35.

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