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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at

Friday, August 14, 2009

August 13th Police Reports

August 13th Police Reports


  • Occurred 11:29PM (8/13) – 7 Naples Rd.

Victim reported a number of unknown withdrawals made from her bank account. Victim will be filing an alert with her bank to avoid future incidents. Police took a copy of the transactions for evidence.


  • Occurred 8:18AM (8/13) – 1470 Beacon St.

A local building manager called police when having been made aware by a tenant of graffiti marks within the building and on the tenants moped. Victim walked the officer around the various parts of the building that had been marked as well. All graffiti marks were photographed and submitted into evidence.


  • Occurred between 6:00PM (8/12) and 1:00PM (8/13) – 237 Washington St.

An employee of a local book store stated that two Harry-Potter box-sets had been stolen. Victim described the suspect as a Caucasian female, approximately 40 years old, had a long ponytailed grey hair, and missing several teeth. The female suspect was accompanied by an African-American male, approximately five years old, and had short curly hair. Police will be following up on the case.

  • Occurred 4:28PM (8/13) – 168 Aspinwall Av.

Police responded to a call in regards to an individual having observed to young males trying to steal a bike off her neighbor’s porch. Police were made aware of what the boys were wearing and how they both fled on one bike. The boys were identified and were released to their parents. The suspects and the parents were informed that they will be summonsed to court. The bike the suspects had been riding was entered into evidence.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

August 12th Police Reports

August 12th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred 8:53AM (8/12) – 145 Babcock St.

Victim reported that someone had broken into her vehicle by smashing the driver’s side window. Victim stated that the only item missing was her GPS unit. Detectives will be processing the scene


  • Occurred 10:05AM (7/8) – Alberta Rd.

Victim contacted police after discovering that his bank account was being accessed by an unknown individual. Victim contacted the bank and was made aware that someone was attempting to steal his identity. The unknown suspect was trying to change the victims account info and transfer the funds into a new account. A copy of the debit card and the letter from credit bureau, not finding the victim responsible, will be submitted into evidence.


  • Occurred between 7:30AM (8/12) and 1:00PM (8/12) – Russett Rd.

Victim reported having found that her wallet was missing from her purse. Victim stated that she usually places the purse in an office at work to which many individuals have access to. Victim will be canceling her credit cards.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

August 11th Police Reports

August 11th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 1:54AM (8/11) and 3:49AM (8/11) – George LN.

Victim stated that he had seen an individual near his car which activated the motion lights of his private off-street driveway. Victim described the individual as a tall male, approximately 5’10”-6’0,” and wore dark clothing. Victim was unsure as to whether or not the suspect had made any contact with the vehicle. Nothing had been missing and there was no damage to the vehicle.


  • Occurred between 9:00PM (8/9) and 7:30PM (8/11) – 25 University RD.

While moving out of his apartment, victim reported that he had left behind his TV mounted on the wall, bags of trash, and few other items. Victim had taken the interior door off its hinges but had locked the lower door with a dead bolt. Upon having returned a few days later, victim found that someone had placed the door back on it hinges and his TV was missing. Also missing was the trash bags and the other left behind items. Victim brought the TV stand to the police station for processing.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

August 10th Police Reports

August 10th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 12:21AM (8/10) and 1:00PM (8/10) – 1386 Beacon St.

Police responded to a call of an armed robbery with a large knife. The suspect fled the store. The suspect was described as a tall male in his thirties, possibly Hispanic, he wore a surgical mask, had a white shirt with black stripes, and dark pants. Detectives will be conducting a follow up investigation.


  • Occurred between 10:30PM (8/7) and 8:30PM (8/9) – Hammond Pond PK.

Victim reported that someone had broken into his home through the rear door and had stolen money from his nightstand. Victim states that the door had been locked and upon police observation there were several pry marks found. Victim was advised to call his insurance company. Detectives will be processing the entry door and the bedroom furniture.

ID Fraud

  • Occurred between 1:00PM (8/4) and 8:50PM (8/10)

Victim reported having been contacted by a local store with whom she had a credit card. Victim was questioned about a second credit card account that had been recently opened. Victim was further contacted by a second store for another credit card that needed verification before being issued. Victim notified both stores that her identity was stolen. Victim was advised to contact the credit card companies and cancel her cards.

Warrant Default

  • Occurred 2:41AM (8/10) – 675 Washington St.

Police responded to a call of a verbal argument between two individuals. Upon arrival police determined that the disagreement was a verbal argument and no crime was committed. Police arrested one of the parties due to an active Default Warrant.

Monday, August 10, 2009

August 7th – 9th Police Reports

August 7th – 9th Police Reports

Tip of the week: Please take your GPS unit from your vehicle anytime the car is left unattended.


• Occurred 10:53AM (8/7) – 15 Egmont St.

Victim stated that during a verbal dispute with her ex, he had assaulted her. Police were able to locate the suspect and question him. Police placed the suspect under arrest for two counts of A&B Domestic, A&B&D&W (Scissors), and child endangerment.

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

• Occurred between 12:30PM (8/7) and 8:00AM (8/7) – 171 Heath St.

Victim reported that someone had broken into his car by smashing the right front passenger window. Victim reports that the only thing missing was his wallet that held his credit cards. Victim will be canceling his credit cards.

• Occurred between 5:45AM (8/7) and 11:40AM (8/7) – Brookline Av/Aspinwall Av.

Victim reported having found his vehicle’s front passenger side window broken. Victim states that his GPS system is missing along with his wallet that contained his license and credit cards. A passing individual informed police that they had found parts of a GPS system scattered along the sidewalk. Police placed the parts into evidence. Detectives will be processing the vehicle.

• Occurred 2:56AM (8/8)

Police responded to a parking lot where a suspected individual had been seen attempting to break into a number of vehicles. Police were given a description of the suspect and were able to locate him in a nearby alley. Suspect stated that he was lost and had been drinking earlier. Police contacted the owner’s of the vehicles that had been broken into and were able to return each individuals missing property. Suspect was placed under arrest for three counts of B+E to a motor vehicle, three counts of larceny from a motor vehicle, and one count of possession of burglarious tools (utility knife).

• Occurred 4:28PM (8/9) – Washington St/Pond Av.

Police responded to a call by a security guard in regards to a vehicle that was found having been broken into. The owner arrived on scene after having been contacted by police. Victim stated that his GPS device was missing from the glass mug in the center console area. The glass mug will be submitted into evidence.

• Occurred between 7:00AM (8/6) and 3:30PM (8/6) – 503 Washington St.

Victim states that a garbage bag full of clothing meant for donation was stolen off the front deck of his house. Victim states that he had placed two bags out but only one was taken.

• Occurred 3:36PM (8/6) – 1329 Beacon St.

Victim reported that a Dell Laptop was taken from his store. Victim had observed a black skinny male walk into the store, place the laptop in his bag, and then walk out the door. The suspect was described as approximately 5’6,” in his 40’s, was overweight, white shirt, pork pie hat, and sunglasses. Police will be receiving a copy of the video surveillance.

• Occurred 10:30PM (8/6) – 1 Cypress Playground

Victim stated that his camera was stolen off a park bench that he was seated at. Victim stated that he had chased after the suspect but was unable to catch him. Victim was unable to determine the suspects age, but described him as a white male with brown hair, 5’10” tall, about 170lbs, was wearing mesh shorts with a black tee shirt, and black baseball sneakers.

Malicious Damage

• Occurred between 6:00PM (8/6) and 8:00AM (8/7) – 194 Rawson Rd.

Victim reported that someone had keyed the entire right side of his car. Victim believes that the suspect individual could be the person he had a conflict with a few weeks before the current incident.