Note to Readers:

The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at

Thursday, December 8, 2011


B&E&L of MV:

Occurred on 12/7 at 6:30 PM – Alton Pl.

A B&E victim came to the police station to report a breaking and entering of her motor vehicle. The victim reports parking her vehicle at 5:30 PM. She believes she heard a loud "popping" sound in the vicinity near where her vehicle was parked. At 6:15 PM, she entered her vehicle, and realized that her side window was shattered, with remnants of glass throughout the passenger compartment. Only her lunch bag was missing.


Occurred on 12/7 at 7:55 PM – Panera Bread (888 Commonwealth Ave.)

Officers responded for a report of a stolen purse. The suspect was described as a black male, 5'-07" to 5'-09" in height, average build, wearing a dark long sleeve shirt over a white shirt, and loose fitting jeans that had a white print on the pockets. The suspect was clean shaven, and wearing a black "beanie" on his head. He was carrying a black or navy puffy winter jacket that had an item concealed in it. He left the scene in a black sedan.

The victim stated that she was seated at a table in the dining room with her purse hanging on the back of her chair. At approximately 7:45 PM, she noticed that her purse was no longer on the chair. She then started checking around the other tables trying to locate it, and was approached by a group of girls who were sitting at a nearby table. They informed her that they were outside between 7 and 7:10 PM, and they believe they saw a subject leaving the restaurant with her purse.

The victim was able to cancel her ATM card, and was informed that there was no recent activity on it. Surveillance footage from cameras in the restaurant will be viewed.

Occurred between 12/4-12/6 – Aspinwall Ave.

A larceny victim came to the front desk of the police station to report the theft of his bicycle. He last saw his bicycle on 12/4/11, at approximately 6:00 PM, and discovered it missing on 12/6/11, at 9:00am. The bicycle, a green Giant Iguana men's mountain bike, had been chained along the side of his residence. The chain he used to lock the bicycle was also taken.

Malicious Damage:

Occurred between 12/6-12/7 – Worthington St.

Officers responded for a malicious damage report. The victim stated that someone had thrown a brick through the rear driver's side window of her company vehicle. Nothing was taken from the vehicle. There is no further information at this time.

No comments: