Friday, September 18, 2009

September 16th-17th Police Reports

September 16th-17th Police Reports


  • Occurred 12:05AM (9/16) – 22 High St.

Police responded to a call of an individual that had been stabbed. Victim stated that he had received a call from a friend stating that the suspect was angry with him. Victim was confronted by the suspect as he exited his home. Police have issued a warrant for the suspect’s arrest. Suspect was described as a thing black male, last wore a white t-shirt, has corn rows for hair, light skinned, sometimes wears his hair in an afro, and has a goatee.


  • Occurred 8:32PM (9/16) – 194 Boylston St.

Police reported having seen graffiti marks on the side of a local building and on its rear. Photographs were taken to be submitted into evidence.

  • Occurred between 8:00PM (9/16) and 9:30AM (9/17) – 1482 Beacon St.

Victim reported graffiti marks on the basement door to her house. Police were able to contact the victim’s landlord. The landlord stated that he is aware of the situation and will have the graffiti removed as soon as possible.


  • Occurred between 8:30PM (9/16) and 8:45PM (9/16) – 1280 Beacon St.

Victim reported that her purse was stolen while she was at a local restaurant. Victim reported that among the missing items were her home and car keys and cell phone. Victim canceled her credit cards and cell phone. Police are working on retrieving the surveillance footage.

  • Occurred between 12:00PM (9/10) and 8:00AM (9/11) – 128 University Rd.

Victim reported that his bicycle was stolen from his garage. Victim hadn’t seen any suspicious activity during the time of the theft.

Warrant Default

  • Occurred between 8:19AM (9/16) and 8:40AM (9/16) – 1 Centre St. Lot West

Suspect was spotted by police in the parking lot of a construction company. Suspect was known to have several default warrants. Suspect was placed under arrest for the default warrants.

  • Occurred 6:03PM (9/17) – Washington St/Juniper St

While on patrol, police spotted an individual that was known to have a default warrant. Suspect was placed under arrest.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

September 15th Police Reports

September 15th Police Reports


  • Occurred between 9:30PM (9/14) and 5:30AM (9/15) – 186 Kent St.

An employee at a local college reported having found graffiti marks on a concession area tent. The employee reported not having seen any suspicious activity.

  • Occurred between 8:00AM (9/10) and 10:22PM (9/15) – 427 Washington St.

Subject reported having found graffiti marks on her building.


  • Occurred between 12:00PM (9/6) and 1:30PM (9/6) – 179 Clyde St.

Victim reported that his I-pod and cell phone were stolen from a local golf course. Victim attempted to have the phone located by informing his cell phone company.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

September 14th Police Reports

September 14th Police Reports


  • Occurred 10:00AM (9/13) – 182 Thorndike St.

Owner of a local Laundromat reported that someone had managed to open seven at his coin operated dryer machines in an unknown fashion. Victim stated that all coin boxes were empty and one happened to be missing. Victim stated that there is a locking system set in place. The boxes and the lock cylinders were all placed into evidence. Detectives will be processing the lock mechanisms.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 3:00PM (9/11) and 7:30AM (9/12) – 26 Greenough St.

Victim reported that an unknown individual had broken off the rear window wiper control of her vehicle. Detectives will be following up on the case.

Warrant Default

  • Occurred 9:09AM (9/14) – 345 Harvard St.

Police conducted a traffic stop when having spotted an expired inspection sticker on a subject’s vehicle. Police asked the subject for his license and registration. Subject stated that he didn’t have a license since it had been revoked. Police found that the subject also had a default warrant that had been issued for his arrest. Subject was placed under arrest and issued a citation for operating after revocation and operating with an expired inspection sticker.

Monday, September 14, 2009

September 11th-13th Police Reports

September 11th-13th Police Reports

Tip of the Week: Car alarms don’t seem to be deterring individuals from breaking in and taking the GPS system. As a precaution, the GPS should be taken with you when your car is left unattended.

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 11:45AM (9/10) and 8:30AM (9/11) – 1572 Beacon St.

Victim reported that his vehicle had been broken into and his GPS was stolen. Victim was informed by a neighbor who observed the car with a broken window. Nothing else was taken or disturbed from the vehicle. Victim found the vehicle still locked after the incident.

  • Occurred between 3:03AM (9/12) and 4:30AM (9/12) – 255 Tappan St.

Police located a suspect that had been seen attempting to break into parked cars. Police were able to stop the suspect, who was on foot, and question him. Suspect was intoxicated and unable to give clear responses. A search of the suspects backpack produced stolen cell phones, car mirrors, and several bags of marijuana most likely ready for distribution. Suspect was placed under arrest. Suspect was charged with possession of Class D with intent to distribute, possession of Class D controlled substances within a school zone, attempted larceny from an auto, and malicious damage.

Disorderly Person

· Occurred 1:45AM (9/12) – 16-18 Parkway Rd.

Officers responded to a scene of a dispute that had become physical. Police were able to separate both parties and question each individual in regards to the incident. Several witnesses stated that there was an additional altercation involving two other individuals. One of the male individual was placed under arrest for assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and disorderly conduct. The other individual was placed into protective custody and will be summonsed to court for assault and battery.


· Occurred between 5:00PM (9/10) and 9:00AM (9/11) – Brookline Av/Parkway Rd

Police responded to a call of graffiti located on a park bridge. Police checked the park for signs of spray-paint cans. Police will be conducting a follow up.


· Occurred between 12:00PM (9/11) and 1:47PM (9/11) – 312 Harvard St.

Police responded to a local store in regards to an individual having stolen a red three wheel sport buggy. Police reviewed the surveillance tape. Suspect was described as a white male in his 30’s, approximately 6’ tall, and wearing a red windbreaker jacket. Police submitted a still shot of the suspect to the detectives division.

· Occurred 3:34PM (9/12) – 355 Washington St.

Victim reported that someone had stolen her backpack while she was at the library. Police reviewed the surveillance footage and the victim was able to identify the suspect. Suspect was described as a heavy set black female wearing a red baseball hat, white sweatshirt, blue jeans, and white sneakers. The backpack was black with a grey pocket near the middle. Victim was advised to cancel her debit card. The detective division will be following up on the case.

· Occurred between 9:36PM (9/12) and 10:36PM (9/12) – 714 Washington St.

Police responded to a call at a local tavern for reports of two stolen purses. The assailant was described as a tall white male, approximately 6’7.”

· Occurred between 8:00AM (9/11) and 7:00PM (9/13) – 90 Browne St.

Victim reported that his bike had been stolen from underneath his porch. Victim stated that he didn’t notice any suspicious activity. The bike was described as a red/white/black BMX.

· Occurred between 4:00PM (9/13) and 4:30PM (9/13) – 360 Tappan St.

Victim reported that a cable company employee was at his house for installation. Victim stated that once the employee left, he noticed that his watch was missing. Victim stated that he had last seen the watch before the employee left.

· Occurred between 3:00PM (8/29) and 8:00AM (9/3) – 116 Fuller St.

Victim reported that three I-Pod’s were stolen from his home. Victim believes that someone had entered his home at some point and took the I-Pod’s.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 11:30AM (9/12) and 11:35AM (9/12) – 26 Greenough St.

Victim reported having found the driver side mirror had been taken. Police observed that the interior wires of the mirrors had been cut.

Not Duly Licensed

  • Occurred 12:33PM (9/11) – Beacon St/Carlton St.

Victim was hit by subject when making a turn into traffic. Police questioned both parties. The individual who had struck victim not only had made an illegal turn but had an expired license in his possession. Subject was cited for operating with an expired license and making a turn where prohibited.

  • Occurred 10:30AM (9/6) – 1125 Boylston St.

Police stopped subject for a traffic violation. Subject presented an expired license. Subject will be summonsed to court for not being duly licensed and speeding.

Traffic Offense

  • Occurred 12:42AM (9/11) – Beacon St/Summit Av

Subject was stopped due to an illegal turn into traffic. Subject was asked for her license and registration. Subject’s license status came back as revoked. Subject was cited for improper left turn and operating after revocation of license. Subject will be summonsed to court.