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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Police Reports 8/6-8/9

Warrant: 8/9 at 1:30am - St. Marys St. and Commonwealth Ave
A random query of a vehicle’s registration revealed that the registered owner of the vehicle had a warrant. Driver was placed under arrest, vehicle was towed.

Not Duly Licensed: 8/9 at 1:45am – Cypress St
Officer observed a vehicle displaying a rejected state-issued inspection sticker. A query of the vehicle’s registration revealed that the registered owner had an "H" license restriction. Dispatch confirmed that the driver was unlicensed to operate at this hour. Driver was placed under arrest and issued a citation for being not duly licensed.

Breaking & Entering: 8/8 at 12:15am – Beacon St
Officer was dispatched for a report of malicious damage. The victim stated that he parked his vehicle on the reservation, next to the MBTA trolley tracks.  When he returned, he noticed a large cut to the soft top, on the driver side. Officers believe that the suspect was attempting to unlock the driver side door.

MV Accident: 8/8 at 6:08pm – Grove St
Driver was about to enter Ryan circle when she was hit from behind by another vehicle. There was no reported injury. Driver’s mother arrived and drove the car away from the accident scene. Operator of the other vehicle was issued a citation for Following Too Closely.

Malicious Damage: 8/6 at 11:10pm - Washington St
Officer responded to a report of a past Malicious Damage report. Owner of the store stated that on Monday the glass on his front door had been smashed. Surveillance video captured  two girls kicking the door. One of the girl tried to open the door and when she was unable to gain entry, she kicked the door. A witness who observed the incident was able to recognize and identify the two female suspects. Officer reported to the suspects’ place of resident, but was unable to find them. Officer will conduct a follow up with the walk and talk to try and locate the suspects.

Larceny: Occurred 8/8 between 11:30am and 2:00pm – Walnut Pl
Victim left her bike parked in far rear of Walnut Place. It was found missing at 2:00pm.

Pedestrian Accident: 8/8 at 11:16am - Harvard St
Operator of a vehicle was backing up from a marked parking space in the parking lot when the operator struck a pedestrian, causing minor injuries. The pedestrian was transported to the hospital. A registration check revealed that the operator’s license was expired. The operator was cited for Not Being Duly Licensed and Failing to Use care While Backing.

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