Burglary/ Attempted Burglary
- Occurred between 11:30PM (8/31) and 11:00AM (9/01) – 563 Washington St
Victim states that upon returning home she observed that her basement window had been broken into and found that her dog was missing. Nothing else appeared to be missing.
- Occurred between 3:30PM (9/01) and 4:00PM (9/01) – 1477 Beacon St
Victim reports that he was moving items to and from his apartment. He states that he left his apartment door unlocked and unoccupied for a few minutes and when he returned he observed that both his wallet and black Motorola Razor phone were missing from the top of his dresser in his living room. Victim states that he saw a Hispanic male in his early 20's wearing a white tank top and cut off jeans with a buzz cut walking around the basement area suspiciously.
- Occurred between 4:30PM (8/31) and 10:00PM (8/31) – 10 Strathmore Rd
Victim states that upon entering her 3rd floor unit she observed several little pieces of wood scattered on the kitchen floor and noticed that the rear fire escape door had been damaged. The rear door on the 2nd floor had also been damaged. Nothing appeared to be missing.
- Occurred at 6:21PM (9/01) – Harvard St
An officer on patrol stopped a vehicle after a check revealed that the owner of the vehicle had a cancelled plate. After stopping the vehicle further investigation revealed that the driver’s license and registration had been suspended. Driver was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle after suspension.
- Occurred at 2:59AM (9/01) – Pond Ave/ Chestnut St
Officers on patrol observed a vehicle parked in a restricted area. A computer check of the vehicle revealed that it had been reported stolen. After approaching the vehicle officers observed two individuals asleep. After waking them officers placed the driver under arrest for receiving stolen property.
- Occurred between 1:41AM (9/01) – Commonwealth Ave
Officers on patrol observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed through a four way intersection during heavy traffic. After stopping the driver further investigation revealed that he was operating the vehicle without a license. He was placed under arrest for not being duly licensed, operating to endanger/ reckless operation, and speeding.
- Occurred between 3:50PM (8/31) and 4:25PM (8/31) – 155 Harvard St
Officers on patrol stopped a suspect who matched the description of shoplifter who just fled the Stop and Shop. The suspect was identified by store officials and was placed under arrest for shoplifting. Items stolen included a Stop and Shop cloth bag, seven cans of baby formula and a screwdriver and wrench tool set.
- Occurred at 1:48PM (8/29) – White Pl
Police were dispatched to a report of a domestic dispute. After questioning the individuals, further investigation revealed that one of them had an active warrant. He was placed under arrest.
- Occurred between 7:30PM (8/28) and 4:46PM (9/01) – 151 Lancaster TR
Victim reports that after returning from vacation he observed that someone had vandalized his garage doors. On the left door an inappropriate word was written in large purple spray paint. On one of the right door panels the letters “L2D” were written in small print. There was also one panel sprayed painted pink.
- Occurred at 12:36PM (8/31) – 111 York Tr.
Reporting party states that someone had written on the front wall of his business the word “Auto Orbit” with the letter “A” circled.
- Occurred at 9:59PM (8/31) – 151 Lancaster Tr.
Reporting party states that she observed the word “Molly” and the letters “LZD” written on a property on York Terrance. She also observed the letters “LSD” written on a fence on Lancaster Terrance. On a neighboring fence there was also the letter “A” with a circle around it. There were numerous street signs in the area that also had graffiti written on them. There have been similar incidents of graffiti seen around town.
- Occurred between 1:30AM (8/31) and 1:44AM (8/31) – 205 Beverly Rd
Police on patrol observed graffiti written in black spray paint on a door at Baker School. The tag was six inches in height and spelled out the word “Dank” with another smaller tag spelling “Relax” underneath.
- Occurred between 9:00PM (8/31) and 12:00PM (9/01) – 101 Monmouth St
Victim states that after returning to his vehicle he observed two very long scratches extending from the rear bumper all the way to the front bumper on both the passenger and driver sides.
- Occurred between 9:00AM (8/31) and 8:30PM (8/31) – 1471 Beacon St
Victim reports that he observed that his HP laptop, valued at $1200, had been taken from the top of his desk in his room. He stated that since it is move out week, the front door of his apartment might have been left unlocked. Missing items also included a Fossil watch and a Swiss Army watch.
- Occurred (8/26) and 12:28PM (8/30) – 120 Boylston St
Victim reports that she had placed her portable GPS in the center console of her vehicle before having her car serviced at a garage. After her car was returned, she observed the following morning that her GPS was missing. She reports that both her doors and windows had been locked all night.
- Occurred between 12:04AM (8/29) and 12:00PM (8/29) – 88 Boylston St
Victim reports that his motorized bicycle, which was locked with a rear tire lock, was stolen from the front sidewalk of his apartment. Victim reported that the bike had a rear flat tire. The motorized bike is described as a white 2006 Honda Rukus.
Breaking and Entering MV
- Occurred between 7:30PM (8/30) and 10:06PM (8/31) – 90 Pleasant St
Victim reports that when he returned to his vehicle he observed that the passenger window had been smashed. He observed that his Megallen GPS had been missing from the dashboard.
- Occurred at 12:33PM (8/01) – Sewall St
Victim states that she received several threatening emails stating for her to send money orders in the amount of $6000 to an address in Nigeria. She started receiving these emails shortly after talking to an individual who she met through True.com.