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Friday, September 28, 2012
Police Report 9/27
Victim discovered that his vehicle had been rummaged through. Both the glove box and the center console were found open. Several items were found missing. There was no damage to the vehicle.
Operating After Suspension: 9/27 at 10:35am – West Roxbury Parkway
Officer observed a vehicle to be traveling at a high rate of speed. A query check revealed that the operator of the vehicle had a suspended license status. Operator was placed under arrest and charged for operating after suspension, Not Duly, Speeding.
Straight Warrant: 9/27 at 1:42pm – Playstead Rd. Medford
Officers placed suspect under arrest by virtue of a Straight Warrant. Several items were seized in the process.
B&E of MV: B/t 9/26 at 7:15pm & 9/27 at 6:00am – Coolidge St
Victim stated the she discovered that her vehicle had been rummaged through. The center console and the glove box were both open but no items were found missing. There are no suspects at this time.
B&E&L of MV: B/t 9/26 at 9:30p & 9/27 at 8:00am –Hamilton Rd
Victim discovered that his driver's side door was left slightly ajar, and noticed the vehicle had been rummaged though. Victim discovered several personal items missing.
B&E&L of MV: B/t 9/26 at 8:15a & 9/27 at 5:35p – Thorndike St
Victim reported that his vehicle had been rummaged through and items were missing. Victim stated that he may have left his vehicle unlocked overnight.
B&E&L of MV: B/t 9/26 at 12:00p & 9/27 at 7:30a –Abbottsford Rd
Victim stated that that his unlocked vehicle had been entered while parked in his driveway. Victim discovered that the interior of his vehicle had been rummaged through and found one item missing.
Larceny-Bike: 9/27 b/t 12:00pm & 6:00pm – Station St
Officer responded to a report for a larceny of a bicycle. Victim reported that he left his bicycle locked to a bike rack.
Larceny: 9/27at 8:35am & 8:50am – Winchester St
Caller stated that he was doing work for an apartment building when he discovered a box of heating equipment missing. Caller stated that he left the area for 10-15 minutes.
B&E&L of MV: 9/26 at 11:00pm & 9/27 at 7:19pm – Columbia St
Officer responded for a report of a past Breaking and Entering of a motor vehicle. Victim stated that she noticed that the interior of her vehicle to have been ransacked but no items were found missing.
B&E&L of MV: B/t 9/26 at 5:00pm & 9/27 at 7:00am - Coolidge St
Victim stated that both her and her son’s vehicle had been entered and found items missing. Both vehicles were left unlocked in their driveway.
Larceny-Building: 9/26 at 9:00pm & 9/27 at 7:15am - Columbia St
Officer responded to a past report of a bicycle larceny. Victim stated that his garage door was left opened because it was broken. Bicycle, along with several other items were found missing.
Larceny-Building: 9/27 b/t 9:35am &10:25am - Tappan Street
Officer responded to a report of cell phone thefts. Victims stated that they left their cell phones in a an unlocked locker of their gym. After further investigation, officers charged a suspect for 2 counts of Larceny from a Building.
Burglary: B/t 9/27 at 7:15am & 6:00pm – Cypress St
Officer responded to a report of a past breaking and entering. Victim stated that he returned to his apartment because his roommates informed him their apartment might have been burglarized. Residents of the apartment discovered their rooms had been rummaged through and personal items had gone missing.
Larceny-Bike: 9/27 b/t 11:10am & 11:28am- Cypress St
Victim reported that his bicycle had been stolen from his back yard sometime in the last fifteen minutes. Victim stated that he left the bike against the fence in the common parking area in the rear of his home.