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Friday, September 11, 2009

September 10th Police Reports

September 10th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred 6:51PM (9/10) – Summit Av/Short St.

Victim reported having noticed that the driver side window frame molding of his vehicle had been damaged. Police observed the damage and feel as if the suspect had used a screw driver and tried to pry down the window. Victim feels that the attempt may have been made due to his GPS that was sitting on the windshield. Detectives will be processing the vehicle.


  • Occurred between 8:00AM (8/18) and 8:27AM (9/10) – 24 Williams St.

Victim reported fraudulent charges having been made through two of his credit cards. Victim was able to talk to both companies and cancel his credit cards. No further unauthorized accounts have opened up through the use of the victim’s name.


  • Occurred between 4:15PM (9/9) and 7:15AM (9/10) – 1 Brookline Pl.

Victim reported that the file cabinet key to her officer had gone missing. Victim stated that she had called a maintenance company to open the cabinet. Upon the file cabinet being forced open, victim stated that cash, checks, and receipts that had once been in the cabinet were missing as well. Police are currently in the process of contacting the manager.

  • Occurred between 7:00AM (9/10) and 5:30PM (9/10) – 1 Brookline Pl.

Victim reported his bike stolen from the parking garage. Victim stated that he had locked the bike to a bike-rack within the garage. Police are working on retrieving the surveillance footage.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 7:00AM (9/9) and 8:30AM (9/9) – 630 Washington St.

Victim reported that someone had keyed his car. The passenger side of the victim’s car had a long scratch. Victim stated that he had just moved to the area so he is not aware of who may have done the damage.

  • Occurred between 11:30PM (9/10) and 11:41PM (9/10) – 105 Holland Rd.

Police responded to two separate calls regarding an incident involving both calling parties. Police were able to have both parties relay the issue and the outcome. During the course of the conflict one party had managed to do damage to the other parties vehicle. Due to the damage, police have requested that the responsible party be summonsed to court.

Traffic Offense

  • Occurred 12:43AM (9/10) – 1318 Beacon St.

Police stopped a suspect’s vehicle due to a traffic violation. Suspect was asked for his license and registration. Suspect was in possession of an international driver’s permit which isn’t considered as a valid license. Due to the suspect not having a valid license, he was placed under arrest. Suspect was cited for an illegal left turn and not duly licensed to operate a motor vehicle.

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