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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com
Monday, September 8, 2008
September 5th – 7th 2008 Police Reports
• Occurred between 10:03PM (9/07) and 10:10PM (9/07) – Babcock St
Officers on patrol observed a vehicle traveling recklessly at excessive speed. After activating their lights the vehicle continued refusing to stop. After a short pursuit officers were able to stop the vehicle and the driver was place under arrest and charged with driving to endanger, failure to stop for police, speeding, stop sign violation and driving over marked lanes.
• Occurred at 11:19PM (9/06) – Boylston St/ Cypress St
Officers on patrol stopped a vehicle after it fled the scene of a car accident. Further investigation revealed that the driver was operating the vehicle without a license. He was placed under arrest and charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident, failure to stop for a red signal and for not being duly licensed.
• Occurred between 3:19AM (9/06) and 3:53(AM (9/06) – 774 Boylston St
An officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver was operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. He was placed under arrest.
• Occurred at 11:50AM (9/05) – Harvard St/ Beacon St
Officers on a patrol stopped a vehicle after its driver was acting suspicious. Further investigation revealed that the car was stolen and that he was driving with a suspended license. He was placed under arrest and charged with larceny of a motor vehicle and operating after suspension.
• Occurred between 12:15AM (9/05) and 12:22AM (9/05) – 209 Pleasant St
Officers on patrol stopped three individuals who matched the description of three suspects who were seen breaking into a vehicle. One of the suspects was positively identified as the individual who smashed the window and was arrested. The other two individuals will be summoned to court for receiving stolen property.
• Occurred between 9:00AM (9/05) and 8:00PM (9/05) – 44 Washington St
Victim reports that she observed that $1300 in cash which she hid in a leather boot in her laundry room was missing. She noticed the money was missing after workers who were fixing her drain had left her home. Nothing else appeared to be missing.
• Occurred between 6:00PM (9/05) and 5:30PM (9/07) – 40 Prescott St
Victim reports that his bike which he had left in his basement was missing. The bike is described as an 18” silver Raleigh Venture 4.0. Victim’s Bell black helmet and Kryptolok lock were also missing. The total value for all is $450.94.
• Occurred between 7:30PM (9/06) and 11:30PM (9/06) – 1 Larz Anderson Auto Museum
Victim reports that she had placed her purse in a “green room” at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum where she was involved in a fashion show. After returning to retrieve it she observed that her purse had been rummaged through and that $100 in cash and her bank card had been missing.
• Occurred at 4:44PM (9/07) – 525 Harvard St
Police were dispatched to a report of a shoplifter being held at T.J Max. Upon arrival store employees reported that they recovered two shirts, three boxer shorts, one pair of blue jeans, and sunglasses from the suspect. Total value of the items was $73.93. Suspect was placed under arrest for shoplifting.
• Occurred at 11:55AM (9/07) – 1322 Beacon St
Officers on patrol stopped a suspect who matched the description of shoplifter who just fled a CVS. The suspect was identified by store officials and was placed under arrest for shoplifting. Store employees reports that he had tried to take 12 containers of liquid Advil valued at $4.99 each.
• Occurred between 11:45PM (8/14) and (9/06) – 69 Summit Ave
Victim reports that over the past three weeks different items have been stolen from her porch overnight. Items taken include a $40 hanging plant, two fairy dust swirls (glass ornaments) that hang from the porch, a granite pig shoe cleaner, and a reflective sentry owl that was taken from her pear tree.
• Occurred between 12:00AM (9/03) and 8:00PM (9/04) – 68 Boylston St
Victim reports that his bicycle was taken from his front porch. The bike is described as a “San Jose” model with a leopard skin print seat which is blue.
• Occurred between 8:00PM (9/05) and 9:30PM (9/05) – 99 Boylston St
Victim reports that she had locked her 21 speed Huffy Multi – Trak bike to a sign outside her house. She reports that someone had cut the cable lock and stole her bicycle. The bike has a blue and gray frame with L – shaped handlebars and a bell on the right side of the handlebars.
• Occurred between 9:45AM (9/05) and 10:30PM (9/05) – Washington St/ Beacon St
Victim reports that he had locked his motor scooter to a sign post on the sidewalk. Upon returning to his scooter he observed that it was missing. The scooter is described as a gray and black 2007 Kymco Agility 50 Scooter valued at $2,500.
Breaking and Entering MV
• Occurred between 4:30PM (9/05) and 8:45AM (9/06) - 5 Elm St
Victim reports that upon returning to his vehicle he observed that the glove compartment was open and that the console had been tampered with. The vehicle was left unlocked. He states that approximately three dollars in change were taken from the change holder. Nothing else appeared to be missing.
• Occurred between 9:00PM (9/05) and 7:15AM (9/06) – 5 Elm St
Victim reports that upon returning to his vehicle he observed that the glove compartment and the middle console were open and that all its contents were dispersed throughout the vehicle. Nothing appeared to be missing.
• Occurred between 8:00PM (9/05) and 8:00AM (9/06) – 55 White Pl
Victim reports that he had parked his vehicle in the front of his residence and when he returned he observed that both the glove compartment and center console were open. He found that his GPS, portable IPOD, cell phone adapter and handheld Sudoku game were all missing.
• Occurred between 8:00PM (9/05) and 8:00AM (9/06) – 61 White Pl
Victim reports that he had parked his vehicle in his driveway overnight and in the morning he found that the glove compartment was open and all of its contents were on the floor. There was $5.00 in change missing and a set of rosary beads were taken.
• Occurred between 11:59PM (9/05) and 2:30PM (9/06) – 57 Sherman Rd
Victim reports that sometime overnight her vehicle was broken into. She observed that her driver’s side window had been smashed and that her GPS unit was missing.