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Friday, August 28, 2009

August 27th Police Reports

August 27th Police Reports


8-27-09 0800 hours Schick Park

Victim states a male subject threatened her with his three dogs in Schick Park. She informed him she was calling the police and he left the area.

Malicious Destruction

8-27-09 between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Victim reports he parked his car near the intersection of Pleasant and Freeman streets and that his car window was damaged by a sharp object, possibly a key.

8-26-09 0700 hours Freeman and Pleasant St

Victim stated he parked his car near Freeman and Pleasant streets and returned around 3:30 p.m. to find a good portion of his vehicle had been damaged by a sharp object, possibly a key.

Larceny by False Pretense

The victim found an apartment to rent on Garrison Rd. and paid a deposit approximately one month ago which included first and last month’s rent and a security deposit. When given the keys to the apartment, they failed to work. Since then, she has not been able to contact the person she made the payment to and believes she was scammed as the money was withdrawn from her account.


8-27-09 1300 hours Harvard St.

Victim reported her purse was stolen after she had left it on a chair while she ordered food at Brueggers Bagels. Police are following up on the case.

Annoying and Accosting/Assault and Battery

8-27-09 1500 hours 15 Harvard St

Victim reports her and her niece were approached by a male who they did not know and began to strike up an inappropriate conversation. The man, without any consent or right to do so, placed his hands on the victim. Suspect was located placed under arrest.

Warrant Arrest

8-28-09 0155 hours Boylston St

A male subject was stopped for speeding on Boylston St. When queried, police located an active warrant for her arrest. She was subsequently arrested.

Residential Burglary

8/28/09 0800 hours Beacon St

A reporting party noticed a neighbor’s window screen was pried open. Officers noticed a $10 bill and a local restaurant receipt on the ground outside. The resident did not hear or see anything during the night. Police are following up on the case.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

August 26th Police Reports

August 26th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 9:15PM (8/26) and 9:30PM (8/22) – Alwyngton Rd.

Victim reported he observed someone broke into his car and stole his GPS. Victim stated that he gave chase to the individual and was given back his GPS. The suspect was described as a white male, about 5’10,” with a medium build, had short dark hair, was wearing a white t-shirt, and dark jeans. The vehicle and the GPS will be processed.

ID Fraud

  • Occurred 11:12AM (8/26) – High St.

Victim reported that someone had been using his company account to pay their bills for various companies. Victim made his company aware of the fraudulent charges.


  • Occurred 1:59PM (8/26) – Harris St.

Victim reported that a black canvas bad containing old video equipment and half the contents of her bureaus jewelry drawer were missing from her apartment. There were no signs of forced entry on both the front and back doors. Police will have the scene processed.

  • Occurred between 7:00PM (8/25) and 4:30PM (8/26) – 89 Mason Tr.

Victim reported having found that his motorcycle license plate was missing. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred between 5:15PM (8/26) and 5:20PM (8/26) – Washington St/Pond Av

Police noticed a suspicious individual run into a local store with what appeared to be an empty bagpack. Police noticed that as soon the suspect came out the store, the bagpack seemed heavier and full. Police checked the video footage of the store and observed that the suspect had stolen a great deal of medication. Police stopped the suspect. The suspect was placed under arrest for shoplifting. The stolen merchandise was placed into evidence.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 10:30PM (8/25) and 10:45PM (8/25) – Kilsyth Rd.

Victim stated that her house had been damaged by eggs. Victim believes it could be her neighbor due to past conflicts and having found an egg carton on the curb of the suspect’s house. The carton will be placed into evidence

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

August 25th Police Reports

August 25th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering and Larceny of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred 2:33AM (8/25) – 132 Pleasant St.

Police received a car in regards to three males that were checking car door handles in a parking lot. All three males were located and placed under arrest and will be charged with Breaking and Entering in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony. They will also be facing charges for receiving stolen property.


  • Occurred between 1:00PM (8/25) and 5:30PM (8/25) – Middlesex Rd.

Victims stated that they suspect that their step-son had broken into their house and stolen a large sum of coins. Police found no signs of forced entry and believe that the suspect may have a key. A request has been made to summons suspect on charged of Breaking and Entering during the day and larceny from a building.


  • Occurred 8:52PM (8/25) – Englewood Av.

Victim reported that she had ordered a new debit card in the mail, but had yet to receive it. She stated that she was made aware of a series of charges made by the use of the debit card she never received. Detectives will be following up on the case.


  • Occurred between 8:00PM (8/24) and 9:00AM (8/25) – 194 Aspinwall Av.

Victim reported having been woken up due to noisy youth outside her house. Victim was unable to identify the two young males due to the dark night. Victim stated that she went to check on her fence and found that it had been spray painted. Police found a utility pole having been painted by the same color. Photos were taken and the marks will be removed by a contractor.


  • Occurred between 3:00PM (8/24) and 10:06AM (8/25) – 69 Clinton Rd.

Victim stated that someone had broken into her vehicle. The items that went missing from the vehicle were: a game boy system along with a game and her pocketbook. Detectives will be processing the scene.

  • Occurred between 7:30PM (1/22) and 12:02AM (1/23) – 51 Egmont St.

Police observed a suspect circling the block several times and observing the neighborhood. Suspect proceeded to steal a bike and ride off on it. Police were able to catch up to the suspect and question him in regards to the bike. Suspect also had a warrant out for his arrest. Suspect was placed under arrest and the bike was seized for evidence.

  • Occurred between 5:20PM (8/25) and 5:31PM (8/25) – 285 Harvard St.

Victim reported that she was at a local coffee shop when she was approached by an unknown male. She stated when she went to grab her purse it was gone. Victim described the suspect as a dark skin black male, 6’2,” large build, was wearing a plaid shirt, denim jacket, and had a goatee. When police questioned other individuals, an employee stated that he had noticed a small hoop earring in the left ear of the suspect. Victim will be canceling her credit cards. The cup that the suspect had held will be placed into evidence for processing.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 6:00PM (8/20) and 8:00PM (8/20) – St Paul St/Commonwealth Av.

Victim notified police of having found his vehicle damaged by an unknown assailant. The entire vehicle, including the trunk and hood, had been keyed. Police are following up on the case.

Warrant Apprehension

  • Occurred 1:14AM (8/25) – Boylston St/Chestnut Hill Av.

Suspect was stopped by police due to driving above the posted speed limit. Suspect was asked for his license and registration. A check of the license revealed that it was expired. Police also found that there was a straight felony warrant issued for the suspect. Suspect was placed under arrest for traffic offenses and the straight warrant.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

August 24th Police Reports

August 24th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 8:00AM (8/24) and 5:30PM (8/24) – Longwood Av.

Victim reported that her laptop was missing from her apartment. Victim stated that she was attempting to sell a few items recently and that one of the individuals had her address. Victim had found the back door of her apartment unlocked.

Possession Marijuana

  • Occurred 2:08AM (8/24) – 138 Winchester St.

Police reported to a scene of a suspect that had fled a scene of an assault and battery. While the suspect was being questioned, officers noticed that the suspect was acting and behaving in a manner one would after consumption of drugs. During the search they recovered a plastic bag of marijuana. Suspect was placed under arrest. He will be issued a MA Uniform Citation for possession with Intent to Distribute Class D.

Monday, August 24, 2009

August 21st-23rd Police Reports

August 21st - 23rd Police Reports

Tip of the Week: Please keep a close watch on handbags when out in public.

I.D Fraud

  • Occurred between 11:31AM (11/8) and 11:31AM (8/23) – Tappan St.

Victim reported having been notified about a loan that been taken out using her name and social security number. Victim was able to notify the bank of the fraudulent occurrence. Victims bank statements and letters to and from her bank will be submitted into evidence.


  • Occurred between 12:45AM (8/18) and 1:15PM (8/18) – 888 Commonwealth Av.

Victim reported that her wallet had been stolen out of her bag while she was at a local restaurant. Victim stated that she had placed that bag on the floor. Victim will be canceling her credit cards and was advised to contact her bank.

  • Occurred between 7:30PM (8/21) and 9:00PM (8/21) – 185 Freeman St.

Victim reported that several of his items were stolen while he was in the process of moving. Victim was told by the concierge that he may view the video footage so that he may be able to see who may have taken the items.

  • Occurred between 5:15AM (8/23) and 6:05AM (8/23) – 6 Claflin Rd/2 Claflin Rd.

Subject reported having seen two black males physically pick up someone’s scooter and place it into a U-Haul truck. The individuals had driven away, but the subject had caught a glimpse of the license plate. Police were able to stop the truck and question the individuals. Both males were charged with larceny property and conspiracy to commit a crime. The U-Haul truck was towed.

  • Occurred 12:39AM (8/23) – 99 Harvard St.

A store employee stated having seen an individual leave the store without paying for a can of baby formula. Suspect was described as a black male, approximately 35 to 40 years of age, was wearing a white shirt with black stripes, and had no facial hair. Police were able to obtain a photo of the suspect who was positively identified by the store’s employee. An application for a summons will be submitted.

  • Occurred between 1:33PM (8/22) and 1:33 PM (8/23) – `Beacon St.

Victim reported that the front license plate of his car was missing. A search of the surrounding area could not locate the plate. The vehicle had no signs of damage or temperament. A stolen motor vehicle report will be filed.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 8:00PM (8/20) and 8:00AM (8/21) – 159 High St.

Victim reported having found her front storm door window shattered. Victim will be notifying the landlord to make the repairs.

Motor Vehicle Theft

  • Occurred 12:00AM (8/23) – 1195 Boylston St.

Victim reported having gone into a local store to purchase a drink while having left his car running. Victim stated that he came back and his car was gone. Victims car was a 2007 “electric blue” Hyundai. Police will be following up on the case.

Operating after Revocation

  • Occurred 3:30AM (8/22) – 300 Kent St.

Victim had stopped police in regards to having almost been hit by a vehicle. Police gave pursuit to the suspect’s vehicle once victim pointed it out. Suspect was asked for his license and registration. Suspect stated that his license had been revoked. Suspect was placed under arrest for operating after revocation. Suspect’s vehicle was released to the registered owner.