- Occurred at 2:54AM (8/22)-
675 Washington Street
Adam Garcia, 28 yrs, was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct, and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana)
An officer on patrol noticed a man holding a burning object above his head. Upon investigation it was discovered the burning object was the American Flag. A subsequent search of Garcia yielded a pipe with marijuana residue and he was additionally charged.
- Occurred between 2:06AM and 3AM (8/22)-
1280 Boylston Street
Otman Bezzate, 27 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana), and various traffic offenses.
An officer on patrol observed an erratic vehicle traveling on
- Occurred at 8:37AM (8/22)- 1 Devotion Park
Police on patrol noticed a dog running in a park without a leash. Because town by laws require dogs to have a leash in that park the owner was cited.
- Occurred between 9:30PM (8/21) and 8:30AM (8/22)-
38 Juniper Street
Victim reports his car was broken into sometime overnight. The steering wheel airbag was taken from the vehicle. The value of this item is unknown.
- Occurred at 10PM (8/21) and 6:30AM (8/22)-
822 West Roxbury Parkway
Victim reports that her car window was shattered and her pocketbook was stolen from the floorboard. The wallet and pocketbook were worth $65 collectively. Inside the wallet were $200 cash and various bank and identification cards.
- Occurred between n 12:01AM and 10:51AM (8/22)-
106 Laurel Road
Victim reported that her car was broken into overnight and her CVS bag and pocketbook were taken from the vehicle. The value of these items is unknown.
- Occurred between 10PM (8/21) and 7AM (8/22)-
887 West Roxbury Parkway
Victim reported that her pocketbook had been taken from her unlocked vehicle. The pocketbook was valued at $600; the contents of the wallet were valued at $80 collectively.
- Occurred between 12:01AM and 12PM (8/22) -
19 Pine Road
Victim reports that his car was broken into overnight. Stolen from the vehicle was a pay check for $3,200, $100 cash, a tennis racquet valued at $60 and a computer bag valued at $200.
- Occurred at 9:10PM (8/22)-
302 Harvard Street
Police responded to a call of a shoplifter. The victim reported helping a suspect pick out various items of clothing then witnessed the suspect running out of the store without purchasing the items. The suspect is described as a light skinned black female, with a pony tail last seen wearing blue hospital scrubs.