January 4, 2008
- Occurred at 2:21 AM Beacon St
Victim reported that someone had used the routing number from her account to make several fraudulent purchases. Several checks were made totaling over $150.00.
- Occurred between 7:00 PM and 10:30 PM 78
Victim reported that sometime while his car was parked outside his friend’s home his vehicles front driver’s window had been smashed. The holder to his GPS service which was glued to the window was on the driver’s seat and his glove compartment was open. His GPS was not taken for it was not in the car at the time.
January 5, 2008
- Occurred between 6:00 PM 1/4 and 12:39 PM 1/5 121
Victim reported that sometime over night her vehicles passenger side window had been smashed and that her GPS service was missing. No further items were taken.
- Occurred between 3:30 PM 1/4 and 6:30 PM 1/4 112 Centre St.
Victim reported that her purse containing $3-$4 in cash, 2 MasterCard credit cards, house keys, and several other person effects were stolen.
- Occurred between 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM 639 Chestnut Hill Ave.
Victim reported that when he returned home he noticed that two of the basement windows had been smashed. Upon searching the basement he did not find anything missing, but he did notice that a sleeping bag and a pillow had been unrolled and put on the floor.
- Occurred at 3:48 PM 17 Tabor Pl.
Police responded to reports form the Lawrence Police Department that a run-away juvenile was staying with her boyfriend. The juvenile was placed under arrest for a CHINS warrant and was later turned over to her foster mother.
January 6, 2008
- Occurred at 5:59 PM 1195 Boylston ST.
Thomas McLaughlin, 22 yrs, arrested and charged with possession of heroin.
Christine Wunder, 21 yrs, arrested and charged with possession of heroin
Police responded to reports that two people, one female and one male, were found in the restroom of the gas station doing drugs. Officers arrested the subjects for possession of heroin.
- Occurred at 1:30 AM
136 Wolcott Rd.
Victim reported hearing several loud bangs to his house and seeing an unknown vehicle driving away from his home the night before. In the morning he noticed that his house had been egged. The aluminum siding of his home was damaged.