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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Police Reports 8/7 - 8/8

Sector 1
Straight Warrant: 8/8 at 12:31am - Harvard St/Beacon St
Officer noticed a vehicle with a defective passenger side headlight. Dispatch confirmed that the vehicle was active and that the driver had an active license, but he had a Straight Warrant issued. Driver was placed under arrest for the warrant.

Sector 2
Larceny: Occurred sometime between 7/27 & 8/2 – Stearns Rd
Victim stated that her bike was left unsecured in her foyer. She stated that stated that although the front door to the building is usually locked, the door is often propped open or left opened by a resident.

Sector 4
Larceny: Occurred 8/5 between 9:00am & 9:00pm - High St
Resident reported two bikes were found missing from their backyard. On 8/6 at approximately 7:00am, the resident’s husband went out for a jog when he found one of the bikes abandoned on Chestnut St.  He was unsuccessful at locating the second bicycle.

Not Duly Licensed: 8/7 at 7:43am – Washington St
Officer noticed a vehicle that did not have a valid inspection sticker. A registration query revealed that the driver did not have a valid driver’s license. Driver was placed under arrest charged for Unlicensed Operation of Motor Vehicle and Failure to Submit Vehicle for Inspection.

Sector 5
Malicious Damage: Occurred between 8/6 at 6:30pm & 8/7 at 7:00am – Beacon St
Victim reported that someone ripped off the door to one of her dryers at her Laundromat. Report was taken and detectives will conduct a follow up investigation.   

Sector 9
Larceny: 8/7 at 9:09am – Puddingston Rd
A construction company supervisor reported that one of his crew had one of their blowers stolen. The crew was using the blowing machine and had left if on the street lawn area at the corner of the West Roxbury Parkway and Puddingstone Rds to go and get one of the company trucks to pick up the blower.  When the crew returned with the truck, the blowing machine was not there. The supervisor stated that this piece of equipment is heavy and would require two individuals to lift it.

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