Occurred on 11/2 at 2:30 PM – Rubin’s Deli (500 Harvard St.)
Officers responded to the area for a man that had run out on his bill at Rubin’s deli for a huge catering order. He was described as a white male wearing a green army jacket and khaki pants, and was running down Russell St and being chased by an employee. Officers located a male matching the description.
He was asked where he was coming from, and he stated he was just chased by the manager from Rubin's. He was sweating profusely and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was coming from him. He stated he was planning on paying for the goods with his credit card. While inside waiting for his order, he became upset and decided he didn't want the order anymore and left the store. He was then chased out of the store by the manager and was told to stop. He appeared agitated and kept saying he didn't like the way they were talking to him in the deli. He didn't have any cash on him, but stated he was going to pay for the deli meat, with his credit card.
After further investigation, the male was placed into protective custody.
Occurred on 10/26 – Washington St./Kent St.
Officers took a larceny report. The victim stated she ordered clothes from Express.com approximately two weeks ago. After she had not received the package, she contacted the postal service, who stated that the package had been delivered on Wednesday, 10/26/2011, at 12:30pm, and was left outside. She arrived home at 5:30pm, and the package was not there.