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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
Friday, September 21, 2012
Police Reports 9/21
A query check revealed that the license status was suspended. Operator was placed under arrest and charged for operating after suspension and operating an unregistered M/V.
Warrant/Default: 9/21 at 2:46am – Pearl St/Washington St
Officer responded to a report of a male subject stealing copper along the train tracks. A query check revealed that the male subject had an outstanding default warrant. Subject was placed under arrest.
MV Theft/Auto: Since 9/17 – Summit Ave
Victim, owner of a c company, came into the station to report a stolen vehicle. Victim stated that a driver took out a cab and did not return it. Even after numerous attempts to contact the driver, the driver failed to return the vehicle.
Robbery/Attempt: 9/20 at 8:45pm – Beacon St & Westbourne Terr
Officer responded to a report of a past Assault and Battery. Victim stated that he was approached by a male subject who asked for his wallet. The subject then proceeded to swing and hit the victim. In an attempt to fight back, the subject ran off in the direction of Westbound on Beacon St. Subject is described as a black male, dark complexion, 18-25 years old, slight build, 5'9" tall, short hair, possibly shaved head, wearing an oversized large green camouflage jacket and dark pants, possibly jeans.
Attempted Larceny/Bike: Occ b/t 9/20 at 5:00pm & 9/21 at 1:00am – Harvard St
Officer responded to a report for an Attempted Larceny of a Motorized Scooter. Victim stated that he parked the scooter in a parking lot and returned to discover it missing. The victim later found the scooter on the walkway of Marion St. Scooter is reported to have been damaged and inoperable.
Larceny: 9/20 at 6:50pm – Cypress St
Officer responded to a report of a past larceny of a cell phone. Victim stated that she had her phone in her backpack all morning and returned to find her phone missing.
B&E of MV: Sometime in August – Clark Rd
Victim stated that someone had entered her unlocked vehicle and stole items out from the middle console.
Malicious Damage: 9/19 at 9:00pm – Clark Rd
The forestry department reported that a tree root had been damaged. Caller stated that she observed a male subject take the roots and damage the tree.