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Thursday, July 12, 2012
Police Reports 7/11-7/12
Victim stated that his friends saw a glass cup flying over the fence wall and break on the victim’s patio. There were no injuries during the incident and there was no damage to any property.
Graffiti Law: 7/12 at 2:05am – Boylston St.
Officer noticed a black spray paint marking on the side of the wall. Photos were taken and the investigation is still on going at this time.
Burglary: 7/11 at 11:23pm – Kent St.
Caller watched two people try to climb into his neighbor’s window. Officers noticed that the window screen on one of the first floor windows appeared to be cut. There also appeared to be a step stool directly below this window. Upon further investigation, officers discovered 2 mountain bikes inside the back seat of one of the suspect’s car, in plain sight. The vehicle was towed where it is secured pending the application for a search warrant.
Burglary: 7/12 at 6:15am – Washington St.
Officers executed an unnumbered search warrant. The vehicle was photographed prior to the search and was not damaged during the search. Vehicle was towed.
Operating after Suspension: 7/11 at 7:50pm – Lee St.
Officer noticed a vehicle with no registration sticker properly displayed on the corner of the license plate. The query indicated the registration was revoked and the registered owner of the vehicle had a suspended license. Subject was placed under arrest.
Burglary: Occurred 7/11 between 2:00pm-5:15pm – Berkley Court
Officer responded to a past attempted residential Breaking and Entering report. Victim stated that his wife observed damage to the front door of their home. The door appeared to have a single pry mark next to the dead bolt and damage to the lock mechanism. Victim further stated that other neighbors observed an intoxicated white male in his 40-50's, approximately 5'10" with a stocky build, lingering in the back alley behind Washington Street. No entry appeared to be gained. The second door into the home had no damage to it.
Larceny: 7/11 between 9:00am- 4:15pm – Washington St.
Victim observed her daughter’s bicycles missing from the rear of her home. The two bicycles were locked together to an iron fence behind the house; the suspect was able to remove the bicycles without breaking the lock. Victim stated there was a suspect seen in the back alley of her house today. This man has been seen in the area for the past few weeks, mainly in the daytime. He is described as an intoxicated white male in his 40-50's, approximately 5'10" with a stocky build, lingering in the back alley. Neighborhood has been advised to contact the police if they observed the suspect.