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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

October 5th-6th Police Reports

October 5th-6th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 3:38PM (10/6) and 3:47PM (10/6) – 850 Boylston St.

Police responded to a local apartment building for report of two male subjects that were involved in an altercation. Both parties were questioned and each stated they were assaulted. Both individuals will be summonsed to court for assault and battery.


  • Occurred between 2:23PM (10/5) and 2:25PM (10/5) – 1329 Beacon St.

Manager of a local cell phone store contacted police once he was informed that an employee phone was stolen from a desk at the rear of the store. The suspect is said to be well known to all the employees as a regular. Suspect was described as a white female, wearing a black shirt, tan pants, and white sneakers. The video surveillance footage was reviewed to confirm the description given to the police. Detectives will be following up on the case.

Not Duly Licensed

  • Occurred 9:58AM (10/6) – 278 Harvard St.

Suspect was stopped by police for not having an inspection sticker on his vehicle. Suspect was asked for his license and registration. Suspect stated that he didn’t have a license. Suspect was placed under arrest for operating a vehicle without a license. While conducting a search incident to the arrest, police found a small plastic bag in the suspect’s pocket believed to contain marijuana. Suspect was cited for illegal possession of marijuana

  • Occurred between 10:09PM (10/6) and 10:30PM (10/6) – 102 Cypress St.

Police stopped a suspect for speeding on his scooter, as well as running through a stop sign in the process. Operator was asked for his license and registration. Operator stated that he didn’t have a license for the scooter. Operator was issued a citation for speeding, unlicensed operation, and failure to stop at a stop sign.

Operating after Suspension

  • Occurred 2:44PM (10/5) – 620 Washington St.

Police stopped a vehicle for a traffic offense. A license check revealed the operator had a suspended license. The operator was placed under arrest.

  • Occurred 11:15AM (10/6) – 1912 Beacon St.

Suspect was stopped by police for driving with an expired inspection sticker. Suspect was asked for her license and registration. Suspect’s license check came back as suspended. Suspect was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle after license suspension.

Revoked Registration

  • Occurred 2:47PM (10/6) – Newton St/W Rox Pk

Suspect was stopped by police for not displaying a second license plate. A check of the suspect’s registration came back as having been revoked. Operator was issued a citation for the revoked registration and not displaying a second plate. The vehicle was towed.

Warrant Default

  • Occurred 11:51AM (10/6) – 227 Babcock St.

Police were contacted by a local hospital in regards to the employees holding a patient who was known to have an outstanding default warrant. Once on scene police were able to confirm that warrant. Suspect was taken into custody.

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