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Friday, July 6, 2012

Police Reports 7/5

Malicious Damage: 7/5 at 10:45pm – Winthrop Rd.
Officers responded to a malicious damage report to a house that had been egged. The EGG-teriors of the home including the windows, deck, and front door were egged numerous times. The victim has not had any issues with anyone and no other reports have been taken for damage to homes in the area during the July fourth holiday. He was able to clean up the eggs after several hours of cleaning.

Not Duly Licensed: 7/5 at 5:52pm – West Roxbury Parkway
An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding while conducting traffic enforcement in the vicinity of 1281 West Roxbury Pkwy. The operator produced a registration but did not have a valid license. The subject was placed under arrest and charged with the following: Speeding and Not Duly Licensed.

Breaking and Entering: Reported 7/5 & Occurred 6/21 at night - Fuller St.
A resident came to the station to report a breaking and entering of their motor vehicle. She Stated that she left her vehicle unlocked overnight and returned the next morning to find that her wallet and international drivers license was taken. She canceled her card and no fraudulent charges have been made since. The vehicle was not processed due to length of time between the incident and the reporting of the crime.

Operating after Suspension: 7/5 at 7:53am - Davis Ave. at Cypress St.
Officer pulled over a vehicle that traveled through a red light. The registry confirmed the operator’s license was active, however, the vehicle registration was suspended. The operator was issued a citation for the red light violation and for operating with an unregistered motor vehicle. The vehicle was towed.

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