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Friday, October 12, 2012

Police Report 10/11-10/12

Larceny: 8/11 &10/11 2:52pm – Pleasant St
Victim stated that she discovered several items missing from her bedroom and bedroom closet of her apartment. There were no signs of any damage to the front or rear door.

Burglary: 10/11 b/t 9:30pm & 5:30pm – Sewall Ave
Officer responded to a past Breaking and Entering. Resident stated that she returned home to discover that her front door was left ajar with pry marks on the door and frame. The dead bolt lock had been pried from the door. No items were found missing or disturbed.

Accident: 10/11 at 6:09pm – Greenough St
Officer responded to a report of malicious damage. Victim stated that he returned home to discover that the shrubs along his driveway were damaged and the stairs of his front deck area had been displaced. Officer noticed what appeared to be tire mark from a large vehicle in the shrubs.

Larceny/Shoplifting: 10/11 at 7:15pm – Beacon St
Manager of a store reported that a male subject left his store without paying for several items. The shoplifter is described as a white male in his 20’s, approximately 5’10’’, slim build. He was dressed in mostly all black clothing (tight black pants, black leather jacket, black boots, and small black cap) and had a lot of face make-up. Manager stated that the man was really dressed as a woman.

Operating After Suspension: 10/12 at 6:12am – Harvard St/Vernon Officer observed a vehicle proceed to cross a solid marked lane. A query check revealed that the driver had a nonrenewable license and also had 2 warrants. Driver was placed under arrest and charged for Operating a MV after suspension and the two warrants.

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