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.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

March 12th-15th

Arrest

Occurred 9:36PM (3/12) – 194 Boylston St.

Police executed a traffic stop for a speeding violation. After conversing with the driver, officers became concerned that he was intoxicated. Upon further investigation, the driver was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor.

Occurred 1:25AM (3/13) – 11 Boylston St.

Police performed a traffic stop for a driving violation. Upon identifying the driver, it was discovered that his driver’s license had been revoked. The driver was arrested for operating a motor vehicle after revocation.

Occurred 12:27PM (3/13) – 277 Harvard St.

Police executed a traffic stop for a driving violation. The driver stated that his license had been revoked and that he should not being driving. A further check of the driver’s information confirmed his license had been revoked. Upon further investigation police found that the driver had an active warrant out of Dorchester. The driver was arrested for operating after revocation, the warrant, and failure to stop for a red light.

Occurred 9:37PM (3/13) – Washington St./Juniper St.

Police responded to a report of an accident. The vehicle had crawled into a cement. Officers approached the vehicle and identified the driver. Due to the circumstances of the accident and the conversation with the driver, officers became concerned that he was intoxicated. At the conclusion of the investigation, the driver was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor.

Graffiti

Occurred between 8:00AM (3/11) and 11:43AM (3/13) – 119 Rawson Rd.

Police responded to a report of graffiti. The complainant stated that someone had tagged the wall in front of his house. There were also two other incidents of graffiti discovered by police along Rawson Rd. and Rawson Path.

Larceny

Occurred between 11:00PM (3/7) and 8:00AM (3/8) – 99 Park St.

Police responded to a report of larceny. The victim stated that money had been stolen out of his wallet sometime while he was undergoing medical care. Police are following up on the case.

Occurred 6:03PM (3/13) – 730 Commonwealth Ave.

Police responded to a report of a suspected shoplifter in CVS. The man was also suspected of just having shoplifted from a nearby Radio Shack. Officers identified the suspect and located several pieces of CVS merchandise on his person. The suspect was arrested for shoplifting.

Occurred 10:00PM (3/13) – 27 Harvard St.

Police responded to an attempted shoplifting. The complainant stated that she saw the suspect place a wine bottle under his jacket. Upon confronting the man and taking the bottle back, the suspect fled. Police are following up on the case.

Breaking and Entering and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle

Occurred between 12:10AM and 7:30AM (3/15) – 36 St. Paul St.

Police responded to a report of a breaking and entering and larceny of a motor vehicle. The victim stated that when he went out to his vehicle in the morning he discovered that the front passenger window had been smashed. The victim also noticed that a GPS system, digital camera, watch, laundry basket with clothes, and a black duffel bag were all missing from the vehicle. Police are following up on the case.

Burglary

Occurred between 11:05AM (3/12) and 6:19AM (3/13) – Beacon St.

Police responded to a report of a breaking and entering. The victim stated that when he arrived in the morning to open his store, there was a note on the back door from Brookline Police stating that the door had been found unsecured and the premises were checked. The victim discovered large amounts of cash missing from the registers. A neighboring building was also found to have been tampered with but nothing appeared to have been taken. Police are following up on the case.

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