- Occurred at 3:09PM (12/21) -
302 Harvard Street
Alecya Lewis, 25 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting
Celestina Lockett, 31 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.
Police responded to The Children’s Place where an employee reported that several women had just left the store with stolen clothing. The employee gave police the description and license plate of suspect’s vehicle. Police stopped this vehicle after observing it at Beacon and Centre Sts. Officers arrested the subjects after an investigation revealed several stolen items in their possession.
- Occurred between 3:10PM and 6PM (12/21) -
209 Harvard Street
A woman was arrested and charged with Disturbing the Peace, and Trespassing.
Police responded to reports of a woman who was refusing to leave a dentist’s office. The woman became irate and refused to leave after she was informed she would not be able to access her dental records because the dentist was on vacation. The woman kept refusing to leave the office despite police officer’s requests. The woman was eventually placed under arrest.
- Occurred at 1:27AM (12/20) -
Beacon Street/ Powell Street
Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle covered with snow traveling without its headlights. Upon stopping the vehicle it was discovered that the driver did not have a license to operate. The operator was summonsed to court for Operating without a License, and other traffic offenses.
- Occurred between 8AM (12/12) and 9:19AM (12/21) -
345 Harvard Street
Victim reported that his trumpet had been stolen from
- Occurred between 5:30PM and 9:45PM (12/21) -
15 Warwick Road
Victim reported that an unknown suspect had gained entry into her apartment and stole a $2700 laptop computer, $10 in change and a $20 gift basket.
- Occurred at 6:05PM (
12/21)-155 Harvard Street
A Salvation Army volunteer reported being approached by a man and a woman wearing Salvation Army uniforms. One of these individuals informed the victim he was from the Salvation Army’s regional office and needed to speak with her about a complaint. The victim began to walk with the suspect to his vehicle, but changed her mind and asked the suspect to discuss the matter in public. The victim wanted to call her supervisor went back to the store to use the phone. At this time, she noticed the donation kettle and the second suspect were gone. The first suspect had also left the area.
The suspects were described as a tall black male wearing a black knit hat and a blue Salvation Army coat and a short black woman wearing a Salvation Army apron and carrying a bell. Detectives are investigating this incident.