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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

June 2nd Police Reports


  • Occurred at 8:00AM(6/2) – Boylston St/ Warren St

During a routine traffic stop officers found that the operator was driving without a license. The operator was arrested.

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred at 2:05PM(6/2) – 10 Waldo St

Police received a call of a suspect breaking into a vacant building. When police arrived on scene, they found the suspect painting on the walls. The police contacted the owners of the building to notify them of the damage. The suspect will be summonsed to court.

Larceny from a Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 3:20PM and 4:00PM(6/2) – 50 Fisher Ave

Victim reports that at 3:20PM they returned to their van to return some tools, and locked the doors. When they returned to their van at 4:00PM, the side door was open and several tools were missing. Police are following up on this case.

Unarmed Robbery

  • Occurred at 9:37PM(6/2) – 41 Park St

Victim reports that two suspects had just robbed her. The police immediately responded to the area, where they were able to find and arrest one of the suspects. The suspect claimed that he was not with anyone else and would not give any information on the second suspect. A state trooper and their K-9 came to search the surrounding area for the victim’s belonging, most of which were found spread out along 19 Auburn St’s side yard.

Armed Robbery

  • Occurred at 10:57PM(5/29) – Winchester St/ Thorndike St

Victim reports that while he was walking on Winchester St. two suspects came up to him, one in front and one in back, and demanded money. The suspect standing in front of the victim pointed a silver hand gun at the victim. The victim was then patted down by the suspect behind him, who took his Mercedes key from his pants pocket. They then fled the scene. The victim can only describe the two suspects as black males both in their early 20’s approximately 5’9”in height and a slim build. The victim could give a little bit more description in saying that the first suspect was wearing a light weight jacket with red on it and possibly other colors. Police are following up on this case.


  • Occurred at 10:00AM(5/22) – 33 Dwight St

There was a mutual assault and battery between two employees of a daycare center. One employee was upset with the other over how she was doing her job. A verbal argument turned into a shoving match between both employees. Both will be summonsed into court on mutual assault and battery charges.

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