May 2, 2008
Breaking and Entering
- Occurred between 10:30 PM 5/1 and 8:18 AM
5/2 104 Coolidge St.
Victim reports that his vehicle’s passenger side vent window was smashed. Stolen from the vehicle were a Canon Camera and a pair of glasses.
- Occurred between 10:30 PM 5/1 and 7:50 AM
5/2 Independence Dr./ Gerry Rd.
Police responded to reports of several breaking and enterings, in the area of
May 3, 2008
- Occurred at 10:34 PM 62 Egmont St.
Two subjects were arrested for possession of cocaine.
Police while on patrol observed a vehicle driving erratically. When police pulled the vehicle over they observed the suspects to have blood shot eyes and smelling of alcohol. While conducting a search police located cocaine on the suspects.
- Occurred between 2:29 AM and 3:00 AM
Beacon St./ Centre 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.
- Occurred between 3:00 PM 5/2 and 8:00 AM
5/3 724 Washington St.
Police observed Town of
- Occurred between 10:30 PM 5/2 and 9:30 AM
5/3 27 Stanton Rd.
Victim reports that during the night her vehicle was stolen. She stated that last week her car keys were stolen, and that this morning she went out to her vehicle and noticed her vehicle missing.
- Occurred between 9:00 PM 5/2 and 9:00 AM
5/3 11 Lowell Rd.
Victim reports that someone illegally entered his vehicle and stole his two booster seats and an undetermined amount of loose change. He states that he left the vehicle unlocked.
- Occurred at 11:57 AM
1228 Boylston St.
Police responded to reports of a past robbery at the Sovereign Bank on
May 4, 2008
- Occurred at 2:40 AM
Marion St./ Beacon St.
Subject was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.
After being pulled over for a traffic offense, police placed the subject under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Breaking and Entering
- Occurred between 2:00 AM and 12:31 PM 62 Dwight St.
Victim reports someone smashed his vehicle’s driver side window. Stolen from the vehicle was a GPS unit valued at $200.00, which was located on the dashboard.