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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com
Friday, April 1, 2011
March 31st- April 1st
Occurred at 9:53 AM (3/31) – Lagrange Street
Officers conducted a traffic stop for having commercial plates with no owner markings. Upon investigation officers learned that the subject did not have a proper Massachusetts license to operate. The subject was subsequently placed under arrest and cited for not duly licensed, no owner marking on a commercial vehicle and allowing an improper person to operate his motor vehicle.
Occurred at 4:19 PM (3/31) – Longwood Avenue/ Sewall Avenue
Officers conducted a traffic stop for an illegal U –turn. Upon investigation officers learned that the subject did not have a proper Massachusetts license to operate. The subject was subsequently placed under arrest for operating after revocation and an illegal U-turn.
Occurred between 8:12 PM (3/31) and 8:40 PM (3/31) – Cypress Street/ Davis Ave
Officers conducted a traffic stop for a suspended license. Upon investigation officers confirmed that the operator had a suspended license. The subject was subsequently placed under arrest for operating after suspension.
Occurred between 12:30 PM (3/31) and 12:34 PM (3/31) – Beacon Street
Officers responded to a report of larceny. Upon arrival officers spoke with the pharmacy employees and learned that a suspect had been acting in a suspicious behavior so the manager watched the subject from out back. When the employee behind the register left for a short minute or so the subject took a laptop computer from behind the counter off a shelf and left the store. The manager left the back office to chase after the subject but the subject fled.
Occurred between 2:00 PM (3/31) and 3:00 PM (3/31) – Harvard Street
Officers responded to a report of burglary. Upon arrival officers saw that the front door was damaged in order to gain access to the apartment. Multiple items were rummaged through and stolen. While officers were speaking the residence of one apartment, residents from the apartment next door returned home and noticed the same types of pry marks on the door. No access was gained to the second apartment. Residences in this area are advised to take extra precautions when leaving their homes, and to report any signs of break-ins.