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, September 21, 2007

September 20th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 12:47PM (9/20)- Park Drive/ Buswell

Aleida Wood, 20 yrs, was arrested and charged with Receiving a Stolen Motor Vehicle, Operating after a Suspended License, Possession of a Class B Substance (Cocaine), Providing a False Name to Police while Operating a Motor Vehicle, Operating an Uninsured and Unregistered Vehicle, and an Inspection Sticker Violation.

Police on patrol stopped a vehicle because of the absence of an inspection sticker. Upon pulling the vehicle over and running its information it was learned the car had recently been reported stolen. After speaking with the driver, later identified as Wood, she attempted to claim she had permission to use the car and when asked her name she gave police a false name and claimed she was not in possession of an ID. After a brief investigation it was clear to officers she did not have authorized use to drive the vehicle. Wood was subsequently placed under arrest. Furthermore, a background check revealed that Wood had an active warrant out for her arrest as well as a suspended license. A subsequent inventory of the driver’s purse revealed 3 rock like substances believed to be cocaine. Wood was additionally charged.

  • Occurred at 4:51PM (9/20)-1014 Beacon Street

Gregory Kirsh, 29 yrs, was arrested and charged with Possession of a Class A Narcotic (Heroin), Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws and another Drug Law Violations.

Police on patrol noticed a familiar subject identified as Kirsh acting suspiciously. When the subject saw the police cruiser he immediately and abruptly changed his direction. Police followed the subject and were able to hear him talking on his cell phone at a high volume. The nature of the call was regarding a recent drug transaction where the suspect felt he was ‘shorted’. Upon approaching the suspect and doing a safety frisk police discovered a hard object revealed to be a pipe commonly used to smoke various illegal drugs. A subsequent search of Kirsh revealed a large bag which contained individually wrapped bags of heroin commonly used for distribution. Kirsh was subsequently arrested.



Larceny

  • Occurred between 9PM (9/19) and 9AM (9/20)-11 Wolcott Road Ext

Victim reports that sometime overnight her GPS navigation system was taken from her unlocked vehicle which was located in her driveway; the value of this item is approximately $400.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 10AM and 1:15PM (9/20)- 16 Fairbanks Street

Police responded to a call of a burglary and when speaking with the victim learned that the suspects had gained entry to the apartment through a dining room window. The suspects removed the screen to the window and ransacked the entire apartment. Two Tiffany’s silver necklaces and a laptop computer were reported missing from the residence. The value of the necklaces is unknown however the laptop is valued as approximately $2000.

  • Occurred between 10:49AM (9/19) and 3:49PM (9/20)-50 Pleasant Street

Victim reports that a padlock which was secured to a footlocker near his bed was removed and replaced with another lock, and after cutting off the unknown lock he discovered several personal documents missing. This case is still under investigation.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

September 19th Police Reports

Burglary

  • Occurred between 7PM (9/18) and 8AM (9/19) - 193 Harvard Street

Victim reports that when he arrived at work he noticed The Laundry Express’ rear door’s pad lock had been pried off and $190 was taken from inside.

Embezzlement

  • Occurred between 10:19AM (6/28) and 10:19AM (8/22) - 53 Beals St

Victim reports that after receiving an account statement from his bank he noticed several large unauthorized withdrawals that occurred over a two month span. The amount of money taken is approximately $4000. This case is still under investigation.

Shoplifting

  • Occurred between 10:35AM and 10:44AM (9/19) - 302 Harvard Street

Employee at the Children’s Place reported that a shoplifter had made off with several items of clothing. The suspect is described as a black female approximately 5’5-5’7 and slim. The cost of the stolen clothing is unknown.

Fraud

  • Occurred between 8AM (9/18) and 11:23AM (9/19) - 50 Longwood Ave

Victim reports that she was contacted by a bank regarding a loan that an unknown suspect attempted to take out in her name. This case is still under investigation.

Annoying Calls

  • Occurred between 4:45PM (3/01) and 4:45PM (9/19) - 1642 Beacon Street

Victim reports that he has been receiving annoying phone calls daily and at the same time everyday. He reports that when he answers the suspect hangs up. This case is still under investigation.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

September 18th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 10:15AM and 11AM (9/18)- 27 Heath Street

Renee Rapaporte, 73 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after Revocation, and Failure to stop at a Stop Sign.

Police on patrol noticed a vehicle travel through a stop sign without coming to a stop. Upon pulling the vehicle over police discovered its operator’s license had been revoked. She was subsequently arrested.

Operating

  • Occurred between 1:40AM and 2:02AM (9/18)- 226 Harvard Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle take a right hand turn on red where a posted sign clearly prohibited it. Upon pulling the vehicle over it was learned the driver's license had been suspended. The man will be summonsed to court for Operating after Suspension, and making an Illegal Right Turn.

  • Occurred at 2:49AM (9/18)- 302 Harvard Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle traveling with a defective headlight, upon pulling the vehicle over it was learned the driver's license had been suspended. The man will be summonsed to court for Operating after Suspension, and Defective Headlight.

Larceny/Attempted Larceny

  • Occurred between 11:30PM (9/17) and 9AM (9/18)- 9 James Street

Victim reports that sometime overnight her scooter was stolen from her front lawn. The scooter is described as a teal blue Yamaha Vino valued at $150.

  • Occurred between 9:30PM (9/17) and 7:30AM (9/18)- 12 Stanton Road

Victim reports that sometime overnight his driver’s side window had been smashed and his Ipod, and Ipod Accessories were taken from the vehicle. The collective value of these stolen items is approximately $540.

  • Occurred between11AM (9/11) and 5AM (9/12)- 224 Fuller Street

Victim reports that when he went to retrieve his vehicle from a towing company he discovered his cell phone valued at $399 missing from the vehicle. This case is still under investigation.

Break Ins

Overnight several cars were broken into in the lot behind 1648 Beacon Street as well as one car which was broken into at 1604 Beacon Street.

  • Occurred between 6:30PM (9/17) and 7AM (9/18)-1648 Beacon Street

Victim reports that sometime overnight his vehicle was broken into and rummaged through however nothing is reported missing at this time.

  • Occurred between 10:30PM (9/17) and 9:01AM (9/18)- 1648 Beacon Street

Police investigating a motor vehicle larceny came across another car that had been broken into. Its front window had been smashed and its contents had been moved. However nothing is reported missing at this time.

  • Occurred between 1:30AM and 9:02AM (9/18)-1648 Beacon Street

Police investigating a motor vehicle larceny came across another car that had been broken into, the vehicle’s driver’s window had been shattered and the inside of the vehicle had been gone through. The driver reported the registration was stolen from the vehicles glove compartment. No other items were reported missing at this time.

  • Occurred between 8PM (9/17) and 9:03AM (9/18)- 1648 Beacon Street

Police investigating a motor vehicle larceny came across another car that had been broken into, the vehicles front passengers window had been shattered and the inside of the vehicle had been gone through. The driver reported that an Ipod Charger and GPS navigation system had been stolen. The collective value of these items is approximately $320.

  • Occurred between 8PM (9/17) and 7AM (9/18) 1648 Beacon Street

Police investigating a motor vehicle larceny came across another car that had been broken into, the vehicles front passengers window had been shattered and the inside of the vehicle had been gone through, however no items were reported missing at this time.

  • Occurred between 1:45AM and 9:06AM (9/18)-1604 Beacon Street

Police responded to a motor vehicle break in and discovered a vehicle with its passenger window smashed and its inside rummaged through. Police are in the process of contacting the owner to determine what if anything was taken.

  • Occurred between 10PM (9/17) and 9:07AM (9/18)- 1648 Beacon Street

Police investigating a motor vehicle larceny came across another car that had been broken into, the vehicles front passengers window had been smashed however no items were reported missing at this time.

Assault

  • Occurred at 1:30PM (9/18)- 890 Commonwealth Avenue

Police responded to BU where a student reported a recent assault. The student reported that after an argument with another student in class he was followed and assaulted by that student. This case is still under investigation.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

September 17th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 10:59 (9/17)- Mountford Street/ Carlton Street

Daniel Rivera, 46 yrs, was arrested on outstanding warrants

Police received calls about a suspicious man in the area of Beacon Street. Upon investigation police encountered Rivera who matched the description of the suspicious person. A check of Rivera revealed several outstanding warrants and he was subsequently arrested.

Fraud

  • Occurred between 7PM and 7:30PM (9/14) - 224 High Street

Victim reports leaving his book bag which contained his wallet inside an acquaintances car, and after retrieving the bag noticed his wallet missing from inside. His wallet contained $85 cash as well as various identification and charge cards, the man's debit card had been fraudulently used to purchase several items of unknown value.

Monday, September 17, 2007

September 16th Police Reports

Arrests

  • Occurred at 9:49AM (9/16)- Boylston Street/ Dunster Road

Christopher Danforth, 23 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating with a Suspended License, and Speeding.

Police on patrol clocked a vehicle traveling 60MPH in a posted 35MPH zone. Upon pulling the vehicle over police discovered its driver later identified as Danforth had a suspended license. He was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 6:32PM (9/16)- 322 Harvard Street

James Clifford, 54 yrs, was arrested and charged with Open and Gross conduct.

Police were waved down by two females who reported that a male had just exposed himself to them. Another police unit had stopped a suspect a short distance away who matched the description of the man who exposed himself. Clifford was then positively identified by the victims and he was subsequently arrested.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 7AM and 1PM (8/30) - 75 Glen Road 5087

Victim reports her Ipod was stolen from her apartment sometime during the day on August 30th. The Ipod is valued at $250.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 2:30PM (9/15) and 3:50PM (9/16) - 35 Waverly Street 5096
Victim reports that sometime overnight her tires had been punctured by a sharp object. The woman reports that several times in the past she has been the victim of similar occurrences although this is the first time she has contacted police regarding such an incident. This case is still under investigation.

September 15th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 11:14PM (9/15)- Gardner Road/ Washington Street

Will Evans was arrested and charged with Operating while Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquors, Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident, Resisting Arrest, and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).

Police on patrol noticed a vehicle traveling with heavy front end damage making loud screeching noises. Upon stopping the vehicle police determined its driver was under the influence of intoxicating liquors, and upon attempting to arrest Evans he began to resist and struggle with officers. After being properly restrained a subsequent search of Evans revealed a bag of a green leafy substance believed to be Marijuana. An inventory search of Evans vehicle yielded an addition bag containing Marijuana. Reinvestigation into the incident revealed reports of a similar car crashing into several parked vehicles on Gardner Road prior to the stop. The police determined Evans was responsible for those crashes and he was additionally charged.

Loud Parties

  • Occurred at 12:31AM (9/15) - 48 Babcock Street

Police responded to calls of a loud party and upon speaking with the underage residents of the building police could plainly see numerous beer cans inside the apartment, and upon entering the apartment police smelled burnt marijuana and further investigation revealed a pipe in plain view with burnt marijuana still inside. Additional investigation revealed several other marijuana pipes, all containing marijuana residue. Four of the residents will be summonsed to court for Disturbing the Peace, and Minor in Possession of Alcohol. The 5th occupant will be charged with Disturbing the Peace, Minor in Possession of Alcohol, and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).

  • Occurred at 12:49AM (9/15) - 1247 Beacon Street

Police responded to a call of a loud party, police spoke with the residents and advised them to either keep their noise level to a minimum or have their guests leave. Approximately ¾ of an hour later police received a call to the same address, this time police will summons the two residents to court for Disturbing the Peace.

Assault

  • Occurred at 4:40AM (9/15) - 185 Freeman Street

Victim reports that after driving two unidentified males to their requested destination of Dexter Park the occupants began verbally abusing the driver and one of the passengers eventually punched the driver in the head, and then evaded the cab fare which amounted to $13.

Graffiti

  • Occurred between 11PM (9/14) and 10:27AM (9/15) - 228 Cypress Street

Victim reports graffiti had been spray painted on the side of his business sometime after 11PM on Friday. This case is still under investigation.

  • Occurred between 6PM (9/14) and 9AM (9/15) - 190 High Street

Victim repots that sometime overnight both sides of his van had been spray painted with blue graffiti. The value of this damage is unknown, and this case is still under investigation.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 9PM (9/08) and 7PM (9/14) - 6 Strathmore Road

Victim reports that after parking her vehicle inside her garage she came back to discover three of her four tires missing, the victm reported that although the garage was unlocked it had been closed. The value of these tires is unknown.

Fraud

  • Occurred at 1:18PM (8/20) - Centre Street

Victim reports that his mother was the prior victim of mail and telephone fraud. Victim reports that his mother had received several letters last June informing her that she had won a large amount of money, and the letter additionally stated that in order to claim the prize the woman must deposit money into an account. After giving the suspect her bank information over the phone she discovered $900 missing from her account and reports that no ‘winning’ money was ever received. This case is still under investigation.

Indecent

  • Occurred at 5:47PM (9/15) - Cypress Street/ Washington Street

Victim reports that while sitting in her parked vehicle she noticed a suspicious male walk to the rear of her car where she noticed him masturbating while looking in her direction. The man is described as white in his early 20’s with light brown spiked hair last seen wearing a baby blue shirt with blue jeans. This case is still under investigation.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 6PM (9/14) and 9AM (9/15)- 1 Franklin Court

Victim reports that sometime overnight an unknown suspect had gone through the interior of his unlocked vehicle stealing a cordless drill valued at $150.

September 14th Police Reports

Larceny

  • Occurred between 8PM (9/13) and 7:20AM (9/14)-10 Strathmore Road

Victim reports sometime overnight his vehicles hood was pried open and his front grill was stolen, the value of this damage is unknown.

  • Occurred between 8PM (9/13) and 10AM (9/14)- 19 Winchester Street

Victim reports that sometime overnight his car was broken into and his GPS navigation system valued at $450 was stolen from the dashboard.

  • Occurred between 8:30PM (9/13) and 10AM (9/14)- 252 Gerry Road

Victim reports sometime overnight her vehicles front window was smashed and her GPS navigation device valued at $350 was stolen from the dashboard.

  • Occurred between 9:15AM and 10:30AM (9/14)- 1515 Beacon Street

Victim reports her vehicles side window was smashed and her GPS navigation system, as well as a cloth shoulder bag were taken from the car. The collective value of these items is approximately $510.

  • Occurred between 4PM and 6PM (9/11)- 115 Greenough Street

Victim reports leaving her book bag unattended while attending a swim meet, when she returned to the bag she noticed her Ipod and cell phone were missing from the inside. The collective value of these items is approximately $310.

  • Occurred between 3PM and 7PM (9/14)- 115 Greenough Street

Victim reports his bicycle was stolen from the outside bike rack sometime during the day. The bicycle is valued at $150.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 7:30PM (9/06) and 8PM (9/07)- 666 Washington Street

Victim reports that earlier this month his car had been maliciously damaged, the entire length of the car had been ‘keyed’, the cost of this damage is unknown.