4 separate incidents of B&E of MV: 10/24 all @ around the same time– Boylston St
-At 6:50pm, victim stated that the rear window of her vehicle had been smashed and items had been taken. Victim was advised to cancel her credit cards and call her banks to report that her checks were stolen.
-At 6:30pm, victim stated that her front passenger window of her vehicle was found smashed and the Glove compartment and center console were left opened. Personal items were discovered missing.
-Between 6:00pm & 7:35pm, victim stated that her front passenger side window of her vehicle was found smashed, glove compartment and the center console were left open. One item was found missing.
-Between 6:00pm & 7:35pm, victim stated that her front passenger right side window of her vehicle was smashed and the glove compartment and the center console were open. No items were missing inside the vehicle
Larceny: B/t 10/23 at 3:00pm & 10/24 at 6:00am – Cypress St Officer responded to a report of a larceny. Victim stated that he left an item in the rear alleyway off of Boylston Place and returned to find that the item was stolen.
Not Duly Licensed: 10/24 at 10:31pm – Washington St
Officer observed a vehicle traveling with an expired inspection sticker. A query check revealed that there was no status for an operators license for the driver. Driver was placed under arrest and charged for not being duly licensed and the operation of a motor vehicle with an expired inspection sticker.
Larceny: 10/24 at 5:33pm – Washington St
Officers received a call of a shoplifter fleeing a store. An officer stopped a suspect fitting the description of the shoplifter at the corner of Washington and Greenough St. Store employee identified the suspect to be the same person as the shoplifter. Suspect was placed under arrest and charged for shoplifting.
Fraud: 10/21 at 4:14pm – Rockledge Rd
Victim reported that he had been a victim of fraud. Victim reported fraudulent transactions were made to his account. Victim was advised to cancel his debit card and talk to his bank.
Forgery: 10/10 at 4:28pm – Clyde St
Caller reported that a bad check was passed at a shop. Caller stated that a white male subject about 6"2 in his late 40's had purchased items with a forged check. The check was rejected by the bank because it had an invalid routing number.