Friday, September 14, 2007

September 13th Police Reports

Occurred at 2:25AM (9/13) - Boylston Street/ Washington Street

Michael Shields, 49 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating While under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor, Failure to Stay within Marked Lanes, and Operating with an Expired Inspections Sticker.

Officers on patrol noticed a vehicle traveling erratically by consistently crossing marked lanes and officers additionally witnessed the vehicle stop at a green light. Upon pulling the vehicle over officers noticed the cars inspection sticker had expired and furthermore upon investigating the driver it was determined Shields Jr was under the influence of alcohol he was subsequently arrested.

Occurred at 8:10AM (9/13) - Chestnut Hill Avenue/ Clinton Road

Nanci Ziviani, 39 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle while being not duly licensed.

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle take an illegal left turn. Upon stopping the car police learned that its driver did not posses a Massachusetts driver’s license Ziviani was subsequently placed under arrested.

Occurred at 11:53PM (9/13) - 1244 Boylston Street

William Sorkpor, 49 yrs, was arrested and charged with trespassing.

Police received a call of a suspicious man in a local area Kinko’s. Upon investigation it was learned this man would not leave the grounds when repeatedly asked and had been trespassing, he was subsequently arrested.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

September 12th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 11:20AM (9/12) - Kent Street / Linden Street

Sawsen Rashid was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Police received reports of a suspicious female loitering aimlessly in a hallway on Pleasant Street. When she was approached the woman fled to the Coolidge Corner area. Police found the suspect a short time later and upon investigation discovered the woman later identified as Rashid had an outstanding warrant out for her apprehension, she was subsequently arrested.


  • Occurred at 9AM (9/12) - 100 Center Street 5010

Woman reports receiving solicitations by various charity groups, and she was concerned with the validity of these organizations. Police checked out the organizations which were legally registered to solicit in Massachusetts, but the police additionally informed the woman that these organizations were not members of the Better Business Bureau and she should always be skeptical of solicitations, and should always do research on them before donating.


  • Occurred between 2PM and 8:45PM (9/12) - 129 Fisher Avenue

Victim reports that while he was in class his vehicle was broken into. His front passenger window had been shattered and his satellite radio system and textbooks were stolen from the vehicle. The combined value of the items is $420.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

September 10th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 1PM (9/10) - Alton Place/Harvard Street

Michael Severe, 38 yrs, was arrested and charged with Resisting Arrest, Attempted Burglary, Larceny, and Trespassing.

Police on patrol noticed a suspicious male later identified as Severe. Upon attempting to speak with Severe he began to flee. Upon apprehending the suspect police discovered in Severe’s possession several items that were recently stolen from an area Walgreens. It was also clear an attempt was made by Severe to gain entry to an apartment window at Alton Place. Severe was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 1:20AM (9/11)- 1440 Beacon Street

Leslie Muldowney, 42 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor, Failure to Stop at a Red Light, and a Marked Lanes Violation.

Police on patrol were flagged down by a cab driver who pointed out a vehicle which was swerving causing the vehicle to cross the marked lanes of the roadway. Police followed the vehicle and observed it travel through a red light. Upon stopping the vehicle and conducting an investigation she was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 1:39AM (9/11)- Chestnut Hill Avenue/ Channing Road

Michael Roy, 24 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor, and various traffic offenses.

Police on detail noticed a vehicle resting at a red light its operator later identified as Roy was unconscious behind the wheel. After some investigation Roy was subsequently arrested.

Monday, September 10, 2007

September 9th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 1:16AM (9/09)- 750 Boylston Street

Stefan Pierre was arrested and charged with Failing to Submit to a Police Officer, Allowing the Operating of an Unregistered and Uninsured Vehicle, and Allowing the Operation of his Vehicle by an Unlicensed Driver.

Police on patrol clocked a vehicle traveling at 58mph in a posted 35mph zone. Upon following the vehicle police noticed it increase it speed to over 100mph and at one time strike another vehicle. Upon stopping the vehicle police apprehended one suspect while three other suspects fled the vehicle on foot. The man police apprehended was determined to have been innocent because he was simply a passenger. The driver was identified as Nathan Pierre, and the female suspect who fled on foot was located and identified but it was determined that she was simply a passenger and was not involved in any criminal violations. The second male passenger identified as Stefan Pierre was apprehended at the same address immediately arrested and subsequently charged.

A warrant was issued for the arrest of Nathan Pierre on the charges of Failure to Stop for a Police Officer, Attaching Number Plates, Operating an Uninsured Motor Vehicle, Operating to Endanger (Negligence), Speeding, Operating with a Revoked Drivers License, and Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident.


  • Occurred at 3:52AM (9/09)- 40 Carlton Street

Victim reports that while walking down the road with her friend a man approached them in a vehicle asking for directions. While asking for directions the man began videotaping the two women who responded by telling the man to shut the camera off, and walking away, however the man reportedly continued to video tape the two women as he slowly drove away. The man is described as white and in his mid 20’s.


  • Occurred between 5:30PM (9/08) and 4PM (9/09)- 569 Washington Street

Victim reports his car had been broken into sometime overnight. The victim noticed that about $20 in spare change, sunglasses, and a binder had been taken from the vehicle. This case is still under investigation.

  • Occurred between 3PM and 5PM (9/09)- 186 Kent Street

Victim reports while parked at Northeastern Parsons Field her vehicle was entered and several items were taken. Taken from the unlocked vehicle was the victim’s wallet containing various credit cards and $40 cash, in addition to a white canvas bag.

September 8th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 9AM (8/27) and 12PM (9/06)- 32 Kent Street

Verna Caldwell, 34 yrs, was arrested and charged with Forgery, Uttering a Forged Instrument, and Larceny.

A victim came into the station and showed police a check amounting to $760 that was written with her account, even though the woman claims she did not write or cash the check herself. The check had been made out to a former employee of the victims later identified as Caldwell and when police interviewed Caldwell was determined she was responsible for the stolen check. Caldwell was subsequently charged.


  • Occurred between 4:30PM and 4:42PM (9/08)- 302 Harvard Street

Employees at The Children’s Place reported to police that two female shoplifters had just exited the store with their bags and arms full of un-purchased clothing. When the suspects heard the employees on the phone with police they fled the store and drove away in a silver car. The suspects are both described as young black females. The first is described as 5’07 tall, 20-25 years of age. She was last seen wearing a pink tank top with white trim, blue jeans, and a gray/plaid scully cap. The second suspect is described as in her early 20’s, 5’05 tall last seen wearing a white t-shirt, and jeans. The total amount of clothing stolen is estimated to cost approximately $150

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 5:15PM and 7:03PM (9/08)- 91 Blake Road

Victim reported that her cars rear window had been smashed by what appeared to be a small rock. No items are reported missing from the vehicle at this time.

September 7th Police Reports

Operating to Endanger

  • Occurred at 2:56AM (9/07)- Mountfort Street/ St Mary’s Street

Police on patrol noticed a vehicle make several traffic violations. Upon pulling the vehicle over it was learned that’s the vehicles insurance had been revoked. The driver will be summonsed to court for Driving with Revoked Insurance, and Operating to Endanger (Negligence), Failure to Stop for a Stop Sign, Failure to Stop For a Red Light, and a Marked Lanes Violation.

Attempted Burglary

  • Occurred between 10:54AM (8/17) and 10:54AM (9/04)- 420 Newton Street

Victim reports that while he was away on vacation someone had pried open one of his windows and pushed aside the inside screen. The victim reported that nothing was missing from his residence and it did not appear the suspect had gained entry to the home.

Motor Vehicle Theft

  • Occurred between 8PM (9/06) and 2AM (9/07)- 1850 Beacon Street

Victim reports that his motor vehicle was stolen from its curbside parking spot sometime overnight. The vehicle is a 1995 Blue Jeep valued at approximately $4000.


  • Occurred at 10AM (9/07)- 27 Francis Street

Victim reports that she may have been followed to school by a suspicious man. The victim reports that the man followed her from the bus stop to the school but departed after she entered school grounds. The suspect is described as a light skinned black male in his 30’s with dark facial hair and a long afro tied in a pony tail. The suspect was last seen wearing dark blue jeans with a light blue sweatshirt and a Red Sox cap. Police will pay special attention to patrolling this area.


  • Occurred between 6:30PM (9/06) and 3:50PM (9/07)

Victim reports receiving a phone call from a female claiming she was from a credit card company apparently offering to lower the victim’s interest rate. After giving her information to the third party the woman discovered that this was a fraudulent call.

Receiving Stolen Property

  • Occurred between 2PM (8/27) and 8AM (8/28)- Washington Street/ School Street

Victim called police to report a suspect riding his bike which had been stolen the week before. Police spoke to the juvenile riding the bike and it was soon discovered the youth did take the bike from the victim’s property. The juvenile will be summonsed to court for Receiving Stolen Property.