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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

October 10th - 13th 2008 Police Reports


  • Occurred 3:00PM (10/11) and 7:38PM (10/13) – 73 Egmont St

Victim reports that her bicycle which she locked to the railing of her rear stairwell of her apartment had been stolen. The bike is described as a blue and gray BMX style bike with the letter “X” written on the seat and crossbar. The bicycle is valued at $200.

  • Occurred between 10:00AM (10/13) and 3:30PM (10/13) – 1 Beaconsfield Lot

Victim reports that he had parked and locked his bicycle to a pole at the Beaconsfield T – stop and upon returning to retrieve it he observed that it was missing. The bike is described as a red Carrera boy’s bicycle. The bicycle has a black seat with a yellow stripe and handlebars that are flipped back.

  • Occurred between 3:00PM (10/02) and 7:00PM (10/02) – 115 Greenough St

Victim reports that he had left $60 in his school locker inside the boy’s gym locker room. Upon returning to retrieve it he observed that it was missing. The locker had been left unlocked.

  • Occurred at 4:00PM (10/08) – 335 Washington St

Victim reports that she was in the “Teen Room” of the basement at the main public library located on Washington St. She was seated on the floor when she got up to use a computer leaving her cell phone. Upon returning she observed that her cell phone was missing and did not notice any suspicious behavior.


  • Occurred at 6:09PM (10/12) – Walnut St/ High St

Police were dispatched to a report of a fight in progress. Upon arrival police separated and met with both parties who stated that after a verbal confrontation they became physical towards one another. Both parties will be summonsed to court on a count of assault and battery.

  • Occurred at 4:25PM (10/12) and 4:58PM (10/12) – 1450 Beacon St

Police were dispatched to the Coolidge Corner area along Beacon St for a report of an indecent exposure. The suspect is described as a middle aged white man with brown shaggy hair, wearing dark glasses, a tan corduroy jacket, navy sweatpants, and a tan hat. Suspect was not located.


  • Occurred at 10:52AM (10/13) – Independence Dr/ Sherman Rd

An officer on patrol observed a vehicle swerving in and out of lanes at excessive speed. Upon stopping the driver further investigation revealed that he was not duly licensed. The driver was placed under arrest for not being duly licensed and was given a citation for weaving and speeding.

  • Occurred at 11:00PM (10/11) – 230 Babcock St

Police were dispatched to a report of a fight in progress. Upon arrival police met with several parties who stated that the fight was just a disagreement amongst friends. Further investigation revealed that one party had an active warrant and was placed under arrest.

  • Occurred between 3:23PM (10/13) and 3:27PM (10/13) – 1336 Beacon St

Police on patrol stopped an individual who matched the description of a suspect who was behaving in a disorderly manner and who had attempted to grab a woman inappropriately on the street. After being identified the suspect was placed under arrest and charged with attempting to commit a crime, disorderly conduct, carrying a dangerous weapon, and possession of class E drug.

  • Occurred between 5:13PM (10/11) – 55 Beals St

Police were dispatched to a report of a dispute. Upon arrival police meet with a reporting party who states that he was engaged in a dispute with a fellow resident when it became physical and a knife was shown. The fellow resident was arrested and charged with assault and battery and assault with a dangerous weapon.

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred between 1:30AM (10/10) and 7:56AM (10/10)- 26 Hammond Pond Pk

Victim reports that she had parked her motor vehicle in her driveway early in the morning and upon returning to it in the afternoon she observed that her front passenger window had been smashed. She noticed that her Coach handbag was missing from her front seat. Nothing else appeared to be missing.


  • Occurred at 11:20PM (10/10) – Pond Ave/ Highland St

Police were dispatched to a report of a car that was on fire. After arriving on scene police were notified by fire officials that it appeared that an accelerant had been used to ignite the car and found burnt newspaper debris around the area. The car appeared to be vacant and a follow –up investigation is being conducted.

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