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.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

October 21st 2008 Police Reports

Graffiti

  • Occurred at 9:59PM (10/21) – 972 Commonwealth Ave

Reporting party states that sometime over the past weekend someone had tagged his two buildings on Commonwealth Ave with graffiti. One of the buildings had the tag “Elbos” sprayed painted on a side wall with green spray paint. The second building had the tags “Elbos” and “News” spray painted on its rear wall using green paint.

Larceny

  • Occurred at 4:04PM (10/21) – 525 Harvard St

Officers were dispatched to a report of a shoplifter being detained at a TJ Maxx. Upon arrival officers spoke with loss prevention officers who stated that the suspect was seen taking two bottles of perfume and sticking them in his jacket pocket. A criminal check of the suspect revealed he had two warrants. He was placed under arrest for shoplifting and for the two warrants.

  • Occurred between 7:29PM (09/16) and 8:55PM (9/16) – 2000 Beacon St

Police were dispatched to a report of a past larceny. Police met with a suspect who reported that he and a friend had withdrawn money from someone else’s bank account using an ATM card that was left at ATM machine. Further investigation revealed that the suspects had taken out a total of $460 and had tried multiple times to use the card again. The suspects were placed under arrest and charged with larceny over $250, larceny under $250, and three counts of attempted larceny

Breaking and Entering/ Larceny MV

  • Occurred at 3:34PM (10/21) – 30 Stearns Rd

Victim reported that upon returning to his company vehicle which he had parked alongside the road he observed that his driver’s side window had been smashed. He noticed that his GPS unit, two computers, a digital camera, and a black leather jacket had been stolen.

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