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Thursday, April 1, 2010

March 31st


Occurred 11:55AM (3/31) – 300 South St.

Police were advised that a patient was being released from a hospital that had an arrest warrant out of Watertown. Officers arrived and arrested the patient.

Occurred 6:56PM (3/31) – Boylston St./Reservoir Rd.

Police executed a traffic stop due to a license plate check. The check stated that the driver of the vehicle had an active default warrant for his arrest. After confirming the identity of the driver, the man was arrested.

Occurred 7:58PM (3/31) – St. Mary’s Ct./ St. Mary’s St.

Police stopped to investigate a man riding a bicycle in a rear alleyway due to a series of recent burglaries. The man was holding a black backpack, which resembled one taken from a burglarized house. While attempting to identify the man, it was discovered that his Massachusetts ID was fake. Officers arrested the man for possession of a fake document, possession of class E drugs, and receiving stolen property.


Occurred between 3:36PM and 6:00PM (3/25) – High St.

Police responded to a report of larceny. The victim stated that a package had been taken from his residence. The delivery company stated that they had delivered the package to the correct address. Police are following up on the case.

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