Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.

Friday, July 17, 2009

July 16th Police Reports

July 16th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred 10:08AM (7/16) – 750 Newton St.

Victim reported that someone had broken into her vehicle and taken several items. All missing items have been noted within the report. Police are following up on the case.

Graffiti

  • Occurred 3:51PM (7/16) – 0 Amory St.

Police responded to a call at an area restaurant where an employee had observed an individual tag the side exit door before driving off. The employee stated that there were two other individuals that had been present in the car. Police are following up on the case.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 12:00AM (6/22) and 10:53AM (6/27) – 750 Newton St.

Victim reported that her bicycle was taken from her backyard. Officer at the scene had been present due to a car break at the residence. While officer took report of the car break, the victim pointed out the missing bike. Police are following up on the case.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

July 15th Police Reports

July 15th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 4:00PM (7/14) and 8:39AM (7/15) – 43 Somerset Rd.

Victim reported that her jog stroller was missing from her vehicle. She stated that she had locked the doors the previous day and discovered the missing stroller the next day. The vehicle had no signs of forced entry and no other item was missing. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred between 12:01AM (7/13) and 7:30AM (7/13) – 66 Beverly Rd.

Victim reported that his Mini Cooper was broken into. Victim states that the only thing missing was change. The vehicle was driven for several days after the incident occurred and could not be processed by detectives.

  • Reported 9:46AM (7/15) – 73 Beverly Rd.

Victim reported that his vehicle had been broken into. Victim stated he found the glove box open and papers were scattered about. Upon further investigation, nothing had been taken.

  • Occurred between 5:00PM (7/15) and 7:00PM (7/15) – 33 Pond Av.

Victim stated that his vehicle had been broken into and his GPS system had been taken. Victim’s driver side window of the vehicle had been smashed. Victim states that he had found an empty whisky bottle under the vehicle. The whisky bottle will be placed in evidence to be processed for prints.

Larceny

  • Occurred 10:31AM (7/15) – 315 Harvard St.

Police responded to Citizens Bank where a female was suspected for passing a bad check. While on their way to the bank, police were notified that the suspect had fled from the bank. Police were informed that a series of counterfeit checks with great sums had been deposited into an account that originally held only a penny. Bank tellers had become suspicious after two large amounts were withdrawn. Female suspect was placed under arrest. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred between 7:00PM (7/14) and 8:30AM (7/15) – 33 Lancaster Tr.

Victim reported that her bike had been stolen. Victim sated that she had secured the bike well around a cement pillar. Victim recovered only her severed bike lock. Police are following up on the case.

Warrant Default

  • Occurred between 1:45AM (7/15) and 2:30AM (7/15) – 122 Pleasant St.

Police conducted a traffics stop of a vehicle where the registration was expired. The female operator didn’t have her license and a check on her status as a driver revealed that her license was suspended and she had a default warrant. The individual was placed under arrest for the outstanding warrant and issued a citation for operating after suspension. Her vehicle was towed due to expired/nonrenewable status. Vehicle’s owner will be summoned to court for allowing a person to operate his vehicle with a suspended license.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

July 14th Police Reports

July 14th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 6:30(7/12) and 5:30(7/13) – 29 Hyslop Rd.

Victim reported that the contents of the glove compartment of her vehicle and the center consul were all over the front seat. Victim stated that she had left her vehicle unlocked. Police are following up on the case.

Graffiti

  • Occurred between 5:00(7/13) and 1:30(7/14) – 115 Greenough St.

An employee of the summer school reported graffiti on the hallway wall. The employee stated that there were several markings on the board in the classroom as well. Police are following up on the case.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 10:15(7/14) and 11:10(7/14) – 1037 Beacon St.

Victim reported that her bike and chainlock had been stolen. Victim stated that she had secured the bike well, before having left it. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred 1:21(7/14) – 529 Harvard St.

Victim reported having observed a white male take a bottle of tea and placed it down his pants, while trying to pay for another beverage. Victim stated that he confronted the suspect, who set the tea on the counter and left the store. Suspect was placed under arrest for shoplifting. During a search of the suspect’s property, police recovered marijuana. The recovered property was seized and submitted into evidence.

Open and Gross

  • Occurred 10:14(7/14) – 0 Emerson Park

Victim reported that a white male had exposed himself and lunged at her before he ran away. Victim stated that she was walking home, talking on her cell phone, when the incident occurred. Suspect is in his late 50's, wears large round glasses, has salt and pepper colored hair, flat shaped face, slightly rounded eyes, 5'-9"-5'11", and approximately 210lbs. Victim states that he had a gray hooded zip up sweatshirt, pants rolled up to his knees, and running sneakers. Police are following up on the case.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

July 13th Police Reports

July 13th Police Reports

Fraud

  • Occurred 9:46(5/28) – 126 Babcock St.

Victim reported that he had received a letter from a collection agency stating that he owed a sum of money. Victim states that he called the collection agency to question the claim and was told that he had apparently opened an internet site under his name. Victim told the agency that he was not the individual they were in search of.

Monday, July 13, 2009

July 10th-12th Police Reports

July 10th-12th Police Reports

Assault

  • Occurred 10:00(7/10) – 30 Webster St.

Victim reported of an ex-boyfriend showing up at her job and being verbally abusive. Victim stated that she felt threatened. Police are working on retrieving the surveillance video from victim’s place of employment. Victim reported of many other prior incidents that had taken place in which she had been threatened. A report was filed and a warrant for the alleged assault was requested.

  • Occurred 3:45(7/11) – 227 Babcock St.

Victim reported of an Assault & Battery by means of a Dangerous Weapon. Victim stated that his roommate was throwing furniture around and ended up throwing pieces of the bureau at him. Suspect reported that he was throwing furniture around because he was angry for not being allowed to leave. Suspect stated that he wanted to throw the furniture at the victim. Police placed suspect under arrest for Assault & Battery Dangerous Weapon.

  • Occurred 2:01(7/12) – 201 Winchester St.

Victim reported that an unknown suspect was trying to pick a fight with her husband. Police tried to question the suspect but he was aggressive, argumentative, non compliant, and told officers he would kill them. Suspect tried to escape but fell and had a laceration on his chin. Suspect was taken to the hospital for the laceration and high level of intoxication. Suspect will be charged with Disorderly Conduct, Assault, and Resisting Arrest.

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 4:30(6/28) and 5:10(7/10) – 1842 Beacon St.

Victim reported having found the front two doors of his car having been left slightly open. Victim stated that the steering column was damaged and items from the glove box had been scattered on the floor and passenger seat of the car. Police are following up on the case.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 6:00(7/9) and 10:00(7/10) – 221 Washington St.

Victim reported missing money from her store register. Also missing was a uniform t-shirt, and several flower arrangements. Victim stated that upon arrival to the shop she discovered that the key to the store was missing from underneath the doormat. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred 2:06(7/12) – 235 Goddard Av.

Victims reported of an unidentified male in their kitchen as they had returned home. Victim reported missing a one hundred dollar bill from kitchen table. Police are following up on the case.

Fraud

  • Occurred between 4:30(7/12) and 5:00(7/12) – 50 Winchester St.

Victim reported a Western Union transaction through which his daughter sent money to a friend using victim’s credit card. Victim states that the transaction details had been discussed through Facebook. Victim contacted the fraud division of his credit card and will notify Facebook of the security breach.

Graffiti

  • Occurred between 1:15(7/11) and 2:38(7/11) – 27 Francis St.

While on patrol, officer noticed graffiti marks on the building of the Lawrence School. The marks had been made on the door and wall. Dispatch checked on any history or other reported incidents regarding the school.

Larceny

  • Occurred 1:00(6/26) and 5:47(7/10) – 39 Linden St.

Victim reported of an unknown payment made from her account to a cable company she doesn’t have as her provider. Police have identified possible suspects and are following up on the case.

  • Occurred 4:15(7/10) and 6:30(7/10) – 638 Washington St.

Victim reported that his baby stroller had been taken off the sidewalk in front of his home. Victim stated that the babysitter had forgotten to remove the stroller from the sidewalk. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred 6:00(7/9) and 10:00(7/10) – 84 Davis Av.

Victim reported that his daughter’s bicycle had been stolen off the rear parking area of his home. Victim stated that the bike was not locked at the time it was stolen.

  • Occurred between 11:00(7/8) and 12:30(7/8) – 300 South St.

Victim reported three missing prescription medications from his backpack. Victim stated that he was on break during the time when his medications were taken.