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.

Monday, April 14, 2008

April 11th-13th Police Reports

April 11, 2008

Arrest

  • Occurred at 1:02 PM Corey Rd. / Salisbury Rd.

Subject was arrested and charged with not being duly licensed.

After being pulled over for a traffic offense, police placed the subject under arrest for not being duly licensed.

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred at 3:05 AM 2 South St.

Police responded to reports of a past breaking and entering. When they arrived they spoke with the victim that stated that when he arrived home he observed a male subject dressed in all black and wearing a black hat in the back of his vehicle. The victim stated that when the subject noticed him he fled towards the back of the house which leads to Newton St. The victim stated that $400.00 in cash was missing from his mother’s purse which was in the vehicle at the time.

  • Occurred between 6:00 PM 4/10 and 8:30 AM 4/11 268 Walnut St.

Victim reports that during the night someone had broken into her vehicle. Taken from the vehicle were two pairs of sunglasses valued at $320.00 and $8.00 in change and a few random tools.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 8:00 PM and 9:00 PM 32 Station St.

Victim, employee at 32 Station St, reports that her wallet was stolen from her purse. She described the wallet as a brown tri-fold ladies wallet with a gold clasp.

April 12, 2008

Arrest

  • Occurred at 12:53 AM 1233 Beacon St.

Subject was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license.

After being pulled over for a traffic offense, police placed the subject under arrest for driving with a suspended license.

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred between 4:00 PM and 10:53 PM 1616 Beacon St.

Victim reports that the passenger side window of his vehicle had been smashed and his GPS unit had been stolen. The GPS unit was mounted on the windshield; nothing else in the vehicle was disturbed.

April 13, 2008

Arrest

  • Occurred at 12:00 AM 45 Windsor Rd.

Subject was arrested and charged with burglary.

Police responded to reports of a past burglary. When police arrived they spoke to the two residents. They stated that they observed a male subject standing in their porch after they were awoken by the front door’s window being smashed. The only description that the victims could give is that the subject was wearing all black. During further inspection of the broken window police discovered drops of blood on the porch as well as inside the house.

About five minutes after the call was made an officer observed a male subject wearing black clothing and bleeding from his hand. The subject was placed under arrest for burglary.

  • Occurred at 2:34 PM 51 Egmont St.

Subject was arrested and charged with assault and battery.

Police responded to reports of a past assault and battery at 51 Egmont St. When police arrived they met with the victim and caller. The victim stated that he pulled into the rear of 51 Egmont St and noticed a vehicle that was parked in a fire lane and began to tow it. At that time the owner of the vehicle approached the victim and asked him what he was doing. The victim then told the subject that to release the vehicle there would be a $50.00 drop fee. The victim then stated that while he was getting paper work from the tow truck he was struck in the left side of the face by the subject. He then stated that when he was trying to get out of the truck the subject pushed the door striking him. Police placed the subject under arrest for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred between 6:00 PM 4/12 and 1:51 PM 4/13 1087 Beacon St.

Victim reports that his vehicle’s passenger side window had been smashed and that his GPS unit valued at $800.00, lap top computer valued at $800.00, and two digital cameras valued at $900.00 were stolen from the vehicle.

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