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Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Police Reports 11/13
Victim stated that the right rear passenger window of her vehicle had been smashed and items had been taken from within. Victim stated that the vehicle was left locked in a private driveway behind Amory St. Officer observed marks on the window frame that are consistent with the use of a pry tool and body pressure to shatter the glass. There were no tools left inside or near the vehicle.
Not Duly Licensed: 11/13 at 8:45am – Washington St towards Brookline Av
Officer observed a vehicle displaying an expired rejection sticker. A query check revealed that the driver had an expired non-renewable license status and a default warrant. Driver was placed under arrest.
Larceny: B/t 10/27 & 11/12 – Chestnut St
Resident reported items of value missing from the locked closet in her bedroom. Officer was made aware that there are many employees who have master keys and have access to all apartments.
Burglary: 11/13 at 11:30am – Reservoir Rd
Resident stated that he was working in his basement when a male suspect entered the storm door and started to walk into the basement. The suspect then fled out the back yard towards the corner of Reservoir Rd and Heath St. Suspect is described as a black male, 5'6" - 5'8", in his 30s, unshaven, wearing a dark (older) yellow rain jacket and blue jeans.