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Monday, July 21, 2008

July 18th - 20th Police Reports

July 18th – 20th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 2:00PM (7/20) and 10:00PM (7/20) – 11 Stearns Rd

Victim reports that sometime in the afternoon her bicycle was stolen out of the front foyer area of her building. Bicycle was left unlocked. The bike is described as a blue and silver Fuji Finest AL Road Bike with sporty graphics. There was a helmet left on the bicycle at the time it was stolen. Bicycle valued at $1000.

  • Occurred between 7:00PM (7/09) and 7:00PM (7/12) – 8 Dwight St

Victim reports that her bicycle was stolen from the front foyer of her building entrance. The bicycle was left unlocked. The bike is described as a Schwinn Grey Frontier Touring/Mountain Bicycle and is valued at $300.

  • Occurred between 1:00PM (7/19) and 10:30AM (7/20) – 32 Russell St

Victim returned home and noticed that his shed door was partly open and found his bicycle missing. The shed door was not locked.

  • Occurred between 7:40AM (7/18) and 4:30PM (7/18) – 68 Boylston St

Victim returned home and upon entering her apartment observed clothes tossed around her room. Items taken included a white Apple Mac Book laptop valued at $1500, two gold rings valued at $150 a piece, and one silver necklace valued at $250, one gold bracelet valued at $50, one gold necklace valued at $175, a social security card and a US passport. Roommates also reported having several items stolen from their rooms as well.


  • Occurred at 1:53AM (7/20) – Mountfort St/ Carlton St

Police on patrol pulled over a driver for not having his headlights on. Further investigation revealed that the driver had a warrant out for his arrest. The driver contacted the owner of the car who arrived on scene and who also had two warrants issued. Both drivers were placed under arrest.

  • Occurred at 6:20PM (7/19) - Muddy River

Officer on patrol noticed an individual suspiciously walking through way alleys. After questioning the individual it was revealed that he was in possession of an illegal substance. Further investigation revealed that he also had a warrant out for his arrest. Suspect was placed under arrest and charged with possession.

  • Occurred at 1:13AM (7/20) – Harvard St

Police responded to a report of man wearing a white t-shirt and an orange bandana chasing a woman. Police later stopped an individual matching that description. Victim stated that she and the man who was identified as her friend began disputing in her car when he struck her and then left. Victim was arrested and charged with assault and battery and having possession of a Class D substance.

  • Occurred between 2:42AM (7/19) and 3:39AM – Harvard St/ Auburn St

Officers on patrol pulled over driver for taking an illegal U-turn. Further investigation revealed that the driver was operating with a suspended license and was placed under arrest.

  • Occurred between 2:52AM (7/19) and 3:40AM (7/19) – Verndale St

Police responded to a report of an assault. Victim reports that her past roommate came back to her apartment to retrieve old belongings when a dispute erupted and she was violently kicked in her chest area. Roommate was placed under arrest for assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 7:00PM(7/18) and 7:00AM (7/19) – 972 Commonwealth Ave

Employee reported that upon arriving to work in the morning he observed that one of the front windows of his business was damaged. There were several large cracks present on the outer pane of the glass.

  • Occurred between 10:15AM (7/18) and 4:33PM (7/18) – Washington St

Victim stated that upon returning to his vehicle he observed that the rear window of his car was smashed. Nothing appeared to be missing.


  • Occurred between 8:00AM (7/17) and 1:00PM (7/17) – 33 Lancaster Terrance

Victim reports that UPS delivered a package and left it on his doorway. Victim says that the package was not there when he went to retrieve it. The package contained a camera and equipment.

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