Occurred on 11/7 at 10:35 AM – Fisher Ave.
An officer on police detail on Fisher Ave. had his vehicle parked facing northbound when he observed another vehicle traveling on Fisher Ave from Clinton Rd towards Dean Rd in the wrong direction (posted temporary one way due to construction). There were barricades clearly positioned at the intersection of Clinton Rd and Fisher Ave preventing vehicles from accessing the road. The driver intentionally avoided the barricades and accessed Fisher Ave. She was instructed to turn her vehicle around and travel back towards Clinton Rd. With adequate room to turn the vehicle around, she instead put her vehicle in reverse and began to back up while still looking forward through her front windshield. She traveled approximately 75 feet in reverse, never looking back or using her mirrors, until she struck the officer’s parked truck in a rear-to-rear collision.
There were no injuries or charges at this time.
Occurred on 11/7 at 6:42 AM – Beacon St./Kent St.
Officers responded for a report of a traffic light sign knocked down. A trolley control signal was knocked off its base and laying approximately four feet into the roadway. No witnesses presented themselves. There were residual tire marks that indicate the vehicle was a double axle vehicle, most likely a box truck or a semi-trailer truck.
Receiving Stolen Property:
Occurred on 11/7 – Bradford Terrace
An officer on patrol was flagged down by a victim who stated that one of his bikes was stolen. A bike was found next to the house that he said was not his. The unknown bike was a gray Bounty Quasar mountain bike. The missing bike was described as a yellow specialized hard rock sport mountain bike.
At about 11:40 AM on 11/8, the victim called because he spotted his stolen bicycle at 1309 Beacon St. (Game Stop). When the officer arrived, the suspect was pointed out to him riding the bike. He then took off travelling south bound on Harvard St. on the bike.
A pursuit began. He was finally apprehended at the intersection of Pleasant St. and John St. He was questioned on the origins of the bike. He stated that he had asked his friend for a bike earlier in the morning, and that he had given him the bike. The suspect stated that he did not know his friend’s last name, address or phone number, and that he did not know that the bike was stolen. He stated that he ran away because he got scared.
The bicycle was released into the owner’s possession.
Officers also stopped two individuals who were observed with the suspect at the Game Stop. They were also on bicycles, which they stated belonged to the suspect. When the suspect was asked about the bikes, he stated that they belonged to the two individuals. The bikes were confiscated and brought back to the station for safe keeping.
The suspect will be summonsed to court for Receiving Stolen Property under $250.00.
Hit & Run:
Occurred on 11/8 at 2:20 PM – Vernon St. /Harvard St.
Officers responded for a reported hit and run motor vehicle crash. The parked vehicle that had been hit suffered significant damage to the majority of the driver's side of the vehicle.
The suspect left a name, telephone number, and license plate, however the plate did not yield any matching results.
Occurred on 11/7 – Pine Manor College
A student reported going to the common room at 9:30 PM and noticing the flat screen television was missing. The mounting bracket was also unscrewed and taken.
Post a Comment