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Monday, November 10, 2008

November 7th – 9th 2008 Police Reports

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 3:00PM (11/08) and 11:24AM (11/09) – 688 Washington St

Victim reported that sometime overnight someone had broken the middle window to her garage. Nothing appeared to be missing.

  • Occurred between 7:00PM (11/07) and 12:00PM (11/08) – 1 Auburn Ct

Victim reported that upon returning to her vehicle she observed that the passenger side of her windshield had been damaged. It appeared that someone had thrown a bottle or some sort of glass object at the windshield causing the damage.

  • Occurred between 2:30AM (11/08) and 8:54AM (11/08) – 39 Auburn St

Victim reported that upon returning to her vehicle she observed damage done to her front windshield. There were several pieces of glass found near her vehicle that appeared to be from a beer mug.


  • Occurred between 4:35PM (11/09) and 4:40PM (11/09) – 1324 Beacon St (Walgreens)

An officer on patrol was dispatched to a report of an attempted shoplifting. Upon arrival the officer met with the store manger who stated that a male suspect had taken two cartons of Newport cigarettes and had attempted to flee the store. The manager was able to recover the cartons but the suspect fled the store. The suspect is described as a middle – aged black male, 6’3”, wearing a black hat, a blue hooded sweater and glasses.

  • Occurred between 8:00AM(10/17) and 4:00PM (11/08) – 15 Warwick Rd

Victim reported that upon returning home from a trip she observed that her Mac Laptop valued at $2800 was missing from her bookshelf located in her bedroom. She reported that the only people who had access to her home were contractors doing work on her home. A follow-up investigation is underway.

  • Occurred between 3:30PM (11/07) and 12:30PM (11/08) – 7 Devotion St

Victim reported that upon returning to retrieve her bicycle which was locked to a pole she observed that it was missing. The master cable lock to her bicycle had been cut and left behind at the scene. The bicycle is described as a woman’s blue Jeep mountain bike valued at $200.

Graffiti Law

  • Occurred at 3:20AM (11/09) – Heath St/ Cary Rd

An officer on patrol observed graffiti written on a fence. Written on the wall were the letters “artisreslstance” in red spray paint with an American flag drawn beside it.

Breaking and Entering/ Larceny MV

  • Occurred between 3:00PM (11/08) and 2:35AM (11/09) – Beacon St/ Marion St

Victim reports that upon returning to his vehicle he observed that the front passenger side window had been smashed and found that his Garmin Nuvi 100 GPS Unit had been taken from his front windshield. Nothing else appeared to be missing.

  • Occurred between 8:00AM (11/07) and 6:00PM (11/07) – 17 Osborne Rd

Victim reported that upon returning to her vehicle she observed that the driver’s side window had been smashed and that her Garmin GPS Unit valued at $360 was missing.


  • Occurred between 2:00PM (11/08) and 11:25PM (11/08) – 163 Coolidge St

Victims reported that upon returning home they observed that their front door was wide open. Upon entering their home they observed that their bedroom window screen had been removed. They also noticed that their Dell Laptop and a jewelry box containing assorted jewelry were missing. Also missing is a 6” glass boot filled with coins. It appeared that the suspects had entered through the bedroom window and fled out the front door.

  • Occurred at 6:30PM (11/08) – 7 Chilton St

Police on patrol were dispatched to a residential alarm. Upon arrival police observed that the rain guard to the basement window had been removed and found that one of the panes of glass had been smashed. The window was propped open by a rectangular plastic box. A search revealed that there was no one in the house and an investigation was conducted.

  • Occurred between 11:45AM (11/07) and 6:15PM (11/07) – 30 Catlin Rd

Victim reported that after returning home she observed that her kitchen window had been forced opened. She noticed several muddy foot prints leading to several rooms of her home. Nothing appeared to be disturbed or missing from her home.


  • Occurred at 1:45AM (11/08) – Harvard St/ Longwood Ave

An officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver was operating the motor vehicle without a license and had two active warrants. The driver was placed under arrest.

  • Occurred at 1:28AM (11/09) – 79 Thatcher St

Police were dispatched to a report of a disturbance. Upon arrival police met with the reporting parties who stated that they had a conflict with two uninvited male suspects who had entered their home during their house party. They stated that their first floor apartment window had been smashed by one of the suspects. Police arrested a suspect and charged him with malicious destruction of property, and disorderly person.

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