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, July 26, 2011
Occurred at 5 PM on 7/22 – Boylston St./Cypress St.
Officers on patrol queried a vehicle traveling on Boylston St., and discovered its registration had expired. The driver was arrested after a query of his name returned an arrest warrant. After inventorying his person, several drugs were discovered. He was charged with Possession of Class B Substance, Possession of Class D Substance, and Operating an Unregistered Motor Vehicle.
Occurred at 9:20 AM on 7/26 – Egmont St.
A caller reported her vehicle had been broken into. A pair of earrings and the in-dash stereo were stolen. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
While on the scene an officer observed another vehicle with the passenger-side door ajar and the stereo also missing.
Occurred at 4:16 PM on 7/25 – Chapel St.
A newspaper deliveryman parked his vehicle on Chapel St. for 10 minutes in order to deliver newspapers, and returned to find it missing. He had left the keys in the ignition as his absence was short. It is yet to be recovered.
Occurred at 1:14 PM on 7/22 – Boylston St./Philbrick St.
Officers responded to a reported 2-car motor vehicle crash. One vehicle cut off another, causing the other to swerve and crash into a parked vehicle. There were no reported injuries.
Occurred at 9:54 AM on 7/22 – Beacon St./Pleasant St.
A pedestrian was struck while crossing in a crosswalk and suffered a leg injury. The driver was cited for Failure to Yield to a Pedestrian in the Crosswalk.
Occurred between 7/24 and 7/26 – Aspinwall Ave./Perry St.
A caller reported a stolen bicycle. It is a silver Trek 7.1 hybrid valued at $400.
Occurred between 7/22 and 7/24 – Egmont St.
Callers reported their apartment had been broken into over the weekend. Several expensive electronics were missing. It is believed that an unlocked back door may have been the point of entry and exit.