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Friday, June 17, 2011

June 16th-17th

June 16th-17th


Occurred at 9:34 AM (6/16) – Harvard Street/ Marion Street

Officers were patrolling the area of Harvard Street when they observed a Massachusetts registered vehicle conducting an illegal U-turn and operating in the wrong direction. Officers conducted a traffic stop for an illegal U-turn. Upon investigation officers queried the Massachusetts license to operate and learned that the license to operate was expired. The subject was subsequently placed under arrest for operating without a license, and an illegal U-turn.

Occurred at 3:27 PM (6/16) – Clinton Road/ Dean Road

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person that was looking into house in the area. Dispatch gave a description of a black male wearing a white cutoff tee shirt, dark backpack, and riding a yellow bike. While in the area officers observed a male matching the description given. When officers attempted to speak with the subject, he got on his bike and attempted to flee the area. After a short foot pursuit officers were able to catch up with the subject. The subject was placed under arrest for resisting arrest. After a short interview and inventory search of the subject, officers learned that the subject had three cell phones and a few credit cards on his person that did not belong to him. The subject was subsequently charged with Breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, two counts of receiving stolen property over the cell phones, and two counts of receiving stolen property over the credit cards.

Occurred at 1:13 (6/17) – Jamaica Way/ Pond Avenue

Officers were patrolling the area when they observed a vehicle go through a red light. Officers conducted a traffic stop due to the red light violation. Upon the stop officers queried the operator’s license which came back as inactive. Officers informed the subject and he was subsequently placed under arrest for operating with a not duly license.

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