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Thursday, November 15, 2012
Police Reports 11/6-11/15
A random query of a vehicle's registration revealed that the registered owner had a suspended driver’s license and the vehicle's registration was revoked. Operator was placed under arrest and charged for Operating After Suspension (License), Operating After Revocation (Registration), Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle.
Larceny: 11/13 at 9:00am – Harvard St
Victim reported her wallet stolen from her bag that was left under her desk, inside her classroom. Victim stated that multiple unauthorized transactions were made on her debit card. Victim has since cancelled her credit cards and will contact credit agencies.
Fire Building: 11/14 at 9:54am – Kent St
Officer was dispatched to Northeastern University Athletic Parkson’s field for a report of a fire and injured employee. Upon arrival, officer observed smoke emanating from the garage and office door. Victim stated that he was heating white paint to paint the lines on the soccer field when the paint exploded, setting the toaster oven and the office on fire. The paint splattered all over the victim. Victim suffered facial burns, hair loss, and laceration to his right hand.
Revoked Registration: 11/15 at 12:17am – Harvard St
Officer observed a vehicle displaying an expired state-issued inspection sticker. A query check revealed that the registration had been revoked and the vehicle was currently uninsured. Operator was charged for operating after revocation, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, and failing to submit motor vehicle for inspection.
B&E&L: 11/13 at 8:30pm – Spooner Rd
Victim reported several items missing from her vehicle. Victim stated that her vehicle was left unlocked.
Fraud: 11/6 at 10:00am – Newton St
Victim stated that fraudulent charges were made to her bank account.