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.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

February 25th Police Reports

February 25, 2008

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred between 9:30 PM 2/24 and 8:00 AM 2/25 22 Euston St

Victim reports that sometime during the night someone had broken the passenger front window of her vehicle. Nothing seemed to be missing from the vehicle.

  • Occurred between 7:00 PM 2/24 and 8:15 AM 2/25 128 St. Mary’s St.

Victim reports that her passenger side window had been smashed. The victim’s GPS unit was stolen from the vehicle.

  • Occurred between 11:00 PM 2/24 and 8:46 AM 2/25 131 Sewall Ave.

Victim reports that the front passenger side window of his vehicle had been smashed. Taken from the vehicle were a first-aid kit and some loose change.

  • Occurred between 8:00 PM 2/24 and 8:34 AM 2/25 25 Thatcher St.

Victim reports that sometime during the night someone had smashed the front passenger side window of her vehicle and stole her GPS unit from the dashboard.

  • Occurred between 3:00 PM 2/23 and 9:20 A M 2/25 1135 Beacon St

Victim reports that the passenger’s front side window of his vehicle had been smashed. Nothing seemed to be missing; however his satellite radio appeared to be disturbed, as if someone was trying to pull it off the dashboard.

  • Occurred between 7:30 2/24 and 11:43 AM 2/25 61 Thatcher St.

Victim reports that someone had smashed the front passenger side window of his vehicle and removed a duffle bag from the front floor area.

  • Occurred at 4:30 PM 2/24 and 7:30 2/25 1090 Beacon St.

Victim reports that someone has smashed the front passenger side window of his vehicle and removed his GPS unit from the dashboard.

Larceny

  • Occurred at 5:00 PM 271 Harvard St.

Victim reports that while she was inside Cross Road and Trade she put her bag down on the floor to look at something. Upon retrieving the bag she noticed that her wallet was missing. Inside the wallet were her Driver’s license, a bank card, and $20.00 in cash. She stated that she received a call from the Post Office stating that they had found the wallet inside the mailbox attached to the building. The only thing still inside the wallet was her bank car.

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