- Occurred between 1:29AM and 2:05AM (11/04)-
50 Longwood Avenue/ St Paul Street
Lori Hynes, 23 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating while Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor.
Victim reported that while driving his taxi he was hit by a dark colored SUV which kept going without stopping to exchange papers. The Taxi Driver was able to follow the vehicle on
- Occurred at 9:06PM (11/04)-
519 Washington Street
A juvenile suspect was arrested and charged with Possession of Burglarious Tools, Carrying a Dangerous Weapon, Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana), and Minor in Possession of Alcohol.
Victim reported to police that his vehicles window had been smashed and his XM radio and $100 in change were missing from the interior. A neighbor of the victim reported hearing a loud bang and seeing a suspect described as a young white male wearing a black sweatshirt with dark pants and carrying a backpack fleeing from the scene. Police found a suspect matching that description a short distance away and after being given permission to search the suspects backpack police discovered an illegal double edged butterfly knife, a thermos containing what is believed to be alcohol, and a green leafy substance believed to be Marijuana. In addition police discovered a screwdriver in the juvenile’s pocket. The suspect was subsequently arrested.
- Occurred at 12:34AM (11/4)-
76 Egmont Street
Police responded to a complaint of a loud party and upon arrival witnessed empty beer cans and red cups strewn throughout the apartment. Further investigation revealed several guests were still inside the party they were all identified and sent of their way. The hostess of the party, a Bu student will be summonsed to court for Disturbing the Peace and Furnishing Alcohol to Persons under 21.
- Occurred between 10AM (10/27) and 3:50AM (11/04)-
20 St Paul Street
Victim reported his vehicles window had been smashed and about $2.00 in change was taken from the interior.
- Occurred between *AM (10/29) and 8AM (10/30)-
Victim reported receiving a call from his bank that several unusual purchases had been made on his card. The fraudulent charges totaled over $1000 and this case is still under investigation.