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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 crimereports.com
Monday, July 2, 2012
Police Reports 6/30-7/1
Officers were dispatched to a scene for a report of a drug overdose. Upon routine checks, the staff on scene discovered that the patient had locked herself in the bathroom and was not responding. The officer observed heroin, a controlled substance, among other items inside a plastic bag found on the scene. The plastic bag containing these items was placed into an evidence bag as is, and will be submitted to the property clerk for further analysis. Subject was transported to the hospital.
Warrant: 7/1 at 5:30pm – Washington St.
A random inquiry of a vehicle, traveling north on Washington St. towards Boylston St., revealed that the owner had an active default warrant for his arrest. The operator and registered owner of the vehicle stated he did not know he had a warrant for his arrest. Upon confirmation, the subject was wanted on an outstanding default warrant issued by the court. Subject was placed under arrest and transported to the station.
Larceny: 7/1 at 4:15am – Beacon St. and Tappan St.
Witness stated seeing 3 subjects stealing a resident’s bike. The officer questioned several men who fit the descriptions described by the witness. Based on the subjects’ proximity to the crime scene and the statements and identification made by a witness, they were placed under arrest and handcuffed without incident for Larceny. The subjects were also issued a citation for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.
Receive Stolen Property: 7/1 at 4:10pm – Washington St.
A witness noted a bicycle that was similar to the one that had been stolen from his son. After observing the bicycle, he approached the suspect to inquire where he got the bike. The suspect immediately left the area before the officer’s arrival. For reasons of abandoning the bike, evading the police response, and the identification made by the witness, the suspect was subsequently placed under arrest. The witness took custody of the bicycle in question.
Citizen turned over a .22 caliber rifle that was found while cleaning his attic. He requested that the station take custody of it because the rifle was given to him by his dad. The rifle was placed into an evidence locker.
Found Property: 6/30 at 4:51am – Cypress St.
Officer found a lost check with the information of a resident. A message was left to have the check picked up.
Annoying Phone Calls: 6/30 at 4:00am – Coolidge House rehab facility
On numerous occasions, a woman stated to receiving harassing calls and messages. The unknown callers made derogatory statements of a sexual and profane nature. Upon investigation, the officer discovered that the harassment was a cause of personal conflict. The officer advised that any future correspondence will likely result in court action.
Fraud Credit Card: 6/30 at 4:00pm – Tappen St.
Man reported that his credit card had been stolen and used fraudulently. He claimed that they were stolen from his secured locker while he went for a 45 minute swim at the pool. The bank revealed that his cards were used to purchase a laptop.
Resisting Arrest: 6/30 at 1:57am – Harvard St.
Officers approached by a Boston cop. The operator requested assistance of his passenger. Passenger charged with Disorderly Conduct, Disturbing the Peace, Fare Evasion, and Resisting Arrest.