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Friday, October 19, 2012
Police Reports 10/18
Officer observed a vehicle parked in a lot had signs posted stating that the park is closed from dusk to dawn. A vehicle registration check also revealed a status of revoked license status. Owner of the vehicle was issued a citation for Revoked Insurance and Unregistered M.V.
Larceny: 10/18 at 7:50pm – Harvard St
Victim stated that his laptop had been taken from inside a store in Coolidge Corner. Victim stated that he left his laptop on the checkout counter unoccupied for 1-2minutes, and returned to find it missing.
Burglary: 10/19 b/t 2:46am & 3:18am – Chestnut St
Victim stated that he returned home to find a white male subject in the process of Breaking and Entering his rear door. Upon arrival, officers observed a subject fitting the description given by the victim. Subject was placed under arrest and charged for Breaking and Entering in the Night with Intent to Commit a Misdemeanor and Trespassing.
Possession of Marijuana: 10/18 at 3:45pm – Fisher Ave
Officers were requested by a university campus security officer to respond to a call. Campus security revealed a bag of marijuana confiscated from a male student. Student was issued a By-Law citation.
Not Duly Licensed: 10/18 at 5:20pm – Commonwealth Av/Essex St
Officer observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed in an area with a high volume of pedestrian traffic. A vehicle registration check revealed that the driver had a learners permit. Driver was palced under arrest and charged with operating to endanger, being not duly licensed, and speeding.
Sale/MFG Marijuana: 10/17 at 3:33pm- Freeman St
Detective received a call from an officer of the Sacramento California Drug Task Force who informed him that a package containing 4-5lbs of marijuana had been sent to a tenant of Freeman St. Officers responded to the location and spoke with the front desk security officer. They informed officers that several packages had been sent to the same tenant but was picked up by who subjects who were also tenants of the building. Security officer confirmed that the tenant whom the package was originally sent to was not a tenant of the building. Officer arrested two subjects who claimed the package and was charged with: Subject 1- Possession of Class D with Intent to Distribute within a Park Zone (Still Street Park). Subject 2- of Class D with Intent to Distribute and the three outstanding warrants.