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Friday, September 2, 2011



Occurred at 12:03 PM on 9/1 – Beacon St./Summit Ave.

Officers responded to the area for a report of a larceny. The victims had left some of their personal belongs on the sidewalk while they moved into their new apartment. They unloaded all their belongings and went inside the building for no more than 5 minutes. When they came out, most of their personal items were missing, and some of their clothing was scattered all over the side walk.

It should be noted that some items were in trash bags, and since many people were moving, their items left on the sidewalk could of been mistaken as being trash. At this time, there is no description of the suspect(s).

Occurred on 8/26 – Bellingham Rd.

The victim came into the Police Station to report that some unknown person had stolen her 30' metal ladder from her side yard sometime during 9 AM and 5 PM on Friday 8/26/11. There was nothing else missing at this time.


Occurred at 2 AM on 9/2 – Willard Rd.

An officer on patrol in the area noticed a vehicle crossing the intersection in front of him and failing to stop at the red light while doing so. The officer began following him, and noticed the driver was unable to stay within his lane and was drifting over the solid yellow lines. The driver also struck a yellow "yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk" sign. The officer then initiated a traffic stop. The driver admitted to crossing the yellow line so that he could hit the “yield to pedestrians” sign with his hand.

After further investigation it was determined that the operator was Driving Under the Influence and was placed under arrest.


Occurred on 9/1 – Lawton St.

Officers responded to the area for a report of a burglary. The victim stated that he had been going in and out of the apartment, moving his personal belongings to his new home in Allston.

At approximately 1 AM, he moved some items from Lawton St. to Allston. When he left he recalled locking the door. The victim then came back at approximately 2:30 AM to move more items, and again he recalls locking the front door. When he came back at approximately 6:30 AM, he noticed that the front door to the apartment was left open. When he went up to retrieve more of his personal belongings, he noticed that his LCD TV and his laptop were missing from the apartment. The suspect(s) are believed to have gained access via broken glass panel discovered near the doorknob.

Malicious Damage:

Occurred on Overnight, 8/31-9/1 – Dudley St.

Victim reports that sometime overnight on 8/31 someone defeated the gate leading to the tennis courts at the rear of her property. She discovered the gate open this morning on 9/1. Upon inspection of the gate in question and it appeared that the bracket holding the lock was removed. There appears to have been no attempt to enter the residence.

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