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, January 15, 2010

January 14th


  • Occurred 2:32PM (1/14) – 299 Harvard St.

Officers observed a vehicle obstructing the northbound lane of Harvard St. and made multiple attempts to have the driver move the vehicle. When the driver refused to move, an officer approached and asked for an ID. The driver stated that he did not have a license and that his boss was originally driving and left, informing him that he was to stay with the vehicle in case it needed to be moved. The driver was arrested for not being duly licensed to operate a motor vehicle.

  • Occurred 7:24AM and 7:30AM (1/14) – 1396 Beacon St.

Police executed a traffic stop for a driving violation. The driver stated that he had left his license in another wallet. A license and warrant check was performed and it was revealed that the driver had a suspended license and a warrant. The driver was arrested.


  • Occurred between 5:45PM (1/13) and 8:15AM (1/14) – 15 Kilsyth Rd.

Police responded to a report of graffiti alongside a home. The victim was returning from dropping her kids off at school and discovered the graffiti on the side of her home in the alleyway. Police are following up on the case.

Breaking and Entering and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 6:00PM (1/13) and 9:00AM (1/14) – 8 Kilsyth Rd.

Police responded to the rear of the address for a report of a breaking and entering and larceny of a motor vehicle. The victim stated that she had parked her car and when she returned the following day, her camera was missing. The car was left unlocked and the camera was in the center console, visible from the exterior.


  • Occurred 4:33PM (1/14) – 50 Pleasant St.

Victim reported to police that someone in Brazil had taken money out of his bank account. The victim stated that he has never lost his debit card and noticed something was wrong when he could not withdraw money from an ATM. Police are following up on the case.

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