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Monday, January 28, 2008

January 25th-27th Police Reports

January 25, 2008


  • Occurred at 12:07 AM Boylston St./ Hammond St

Santiago Gonzalez, 37 yrs, was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine.

After police pulled Mr. Gonzalez over for a traffic violation, police discovered that he was driving without a license. After the subject was placed under arrest, police found numerous bags of a white powder within the car which they believed was cocaine.

  • Occurred at 3:25 AM 95 Boylston St.

Marcus Farina, 27 yrs, was arrested and charged with driving with an expired license.

After being pulled over for a traffic violation, police discovered that the suspect’s license was expired.


  • Occurred between 8:00 AM 1/10 and 3:00 PM 1/10 791 Hammond St.

Victim reports that during the day her son’s clarinet was taken from the teacher’s advisory room where it was stored.


  • Occurred between 12:40 PM and 12:46PM 525 Harvard St.

Victim reports that while she was walking down Harvard St. she was approached by a light skin Hispanic man, the victim said that the suspect demanded $20. The victim replied “no”. The man than brandished a knife and robbed the victim and in doing so ripped her coat with the knife. The victim described the man as being a light skin Hispanic between 20 and 25 years of age, clean shaven with short black curly hair and wearing blue jeans and a black jacket.


  • Occurred between 12:56 AM and 2:49 AM 229 High St.

Ana Nichols, was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon.

Police responded to reports of a fight on High St. When they arrived they observed a young woman in the bathroom with dried blood on her head and blouse. The resident of the building informed police that a fight had broken out between the victim and Ms. Nichols in which the suspect hit the victim in the head with a glass cup. The suspect was not at the residence at the time, but turned herself into police the next day.

  • Occurred at 12:00 AM 265 Goodard Ave.

Andrei Tsapaev, 35 yrs, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

Police responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle on Goodard Ave. When police arrived they discovered a black pick-up truck parked in one of the driveways still running. Police approached the vehicle and discovered the driver slumped over the wheel of the vehicle. After some further investigation the driver Andrei Tsapaev was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

  • Occurred at 9:59 PM 180 High St.

Two juveniles were arrested and charged with unarmed robbery.

Police responded to reports of a robbery on High St. While the officer was responding to the location of the incident he noticed two males quickly walking towards the Chestnut St. Rotary. At this time a witness informed the officer that the two suspects had just ran towards Chestnut St. The officer then turned around towards the direction of the two suspects, and was able to stop one of them; the other ran in the other direction. At this time the officer informed another officer of the location of the other suspect. He was stopped as well.

The victim reports that while she was walking on High St. she felt someone tug on one of the shopping bags that she was carrying. The bag ripped and her purse fell to the ground. The suspect then grabbed the purse and ran towards Chestnut St.

January 27, 2008

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred at 10:50 AM 1 Centre St Lot West

Witness reports that after he had parked his vehicle on Centre St, he heard what he believed was glass breaking. When he turned in the direction of the noise he noticed a Hispanic male about 20-25 years of age, 5’9, with a mustache wearing a dark navy blue hooded sweatshirt get into a red Acura or Toyota Solara and drive away. Upon arrival police located the victim’s parked vehicle with a broken driver’s side window. Nothing inside the vehicle seemed to be disturbed.

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