Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.
Friday, June 22, 2012
A query of a vehicle’s information revealed that the registered owner had an active warrant for his arrest. The driver was confirmed to be the registered owner and was placed under arrest for the warrant. The driver will also be charged with Operating after Suspension.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/21 at 7:08 PM- Washington St.
A vehicle failed to stop for a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk on Washington St. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Washington St. A query of the driver’s information revealed that his right to operate in Massachusetts was suspended. The driver was placed under arrest for Operating after Suspension.
Larceny: Occurred on 6/21 between 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM- Station St.
An individual reported the larceny of a bicycle. The victim stated that he locked his bicycle to a stand on Station St. at approximately 7:00 AM. When he returned at 5:00 PM the bicycle was missing.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/21 at 1:55 PM- Beacon St.
A vehicle made an illegal left turn from Harvard St. onto Beacon St. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Beacon St. A query of the driver’s information revealed that she had an expired/non-renewable license. The operator was placed under arrest for Not Duly Licensed.
Thursday, June 21, 2012
An employee of a Harvard St. business reported a larceny. The employee stated that he attempted to turn on the central air conditioning unit for the business but it would not turn on. The employee went to the roof and discovered that the air conditioning unit was missing.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/20 at 8:32 AM- Washington St.
A vehicle made an illegal U-turn on Washington St. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Washington St. A query of the driver’s information revealed that he did not have a valid driver’s license. The operator was placed under arrest for Not Duly Licensed.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Hot Weather Tips
Tips for Preventing Heat Related Illnesses:
•NEVER leave any person or pet alone in a closed, parked vehicle.
•Slow down, avoid strenuous activity.
•Avoid too much sun.
•Plan outdoor games and activities for early morning or evening.
•Avoid extreme temperature changes.
•Stay indoors as much as possible and use air conditioners to cool the air. When the temperature is in the high 90’s, fans will not prevent heat related illness. Taking a cool shower or bath is a better way to cool off.
•Wear loose-fitting, lightweight, light-colored clothing that will cover as much skin as possible.
•Protect face and head by wearing a wide brimmed hat.
•Drink plenty of fluids, even if you do not feel thirsty, and avoid alcoholic beverages, drinks with caffeine and large amounts of sugar—these actually cause you to lose more body fluid.
•Use your stove less and try to cook your meals in the cooler part of the day.
•Although any one at any time can suffer from heat-related illness, some people are at greater risk than others. Check regularly on:
Infants and young children
People aged 65 or older
People who have a mental illness
Those who are physically ill, especially with heart disease or high blood pressure
•Visit adults at risk at least twice a day and closely watch them for signs of heat exhaustion or heat stroke. Infants and young children, of course, need much more frequent watching.
•KEEP COOL—Spend as much time as you can in cooler surroundings.
Hot Weather Health Emergencies:
Painful spasms, mostly in legs and abdomen, usually the result of heavy exertion and heavy sweating.
Recognizing Heat Cramps
Painful spasms usually in the legs and abdominal muscles that may occur in association with strenuous activity. What to do- Apply firm pressure to cramping muscles or gently massage to relieve spasms. Replace fluids. Consult your health care provider.
Typically occurs when people exercise heavily or work in a hot, humid place where body fluids are lost through heavy sweating.
Recognizing Heat Exhaustion
Heavy sweating, weakness, cold, pale and clammy skin. Weak pulse. Fainting and vomiting possible. What to do- Lie down in a cool place. Loosen clothing. Apply cool wet cloths. Fan or move person to air-conditioned place. Take sips of water. Consult your health care provider.
A medical emergency- the body's temperature control system, which produces sweating to cool the body, stops working. Sunstroke: Another term for heat stroke.
Recognizing Heat Stroke
High body temperature (106+). Hot, dry skin. Rapid, strong pulse. Possible unconsciousness. Individual will likely not sweat.
What to do
Heat stroke is a severe medical emergency. Call 911 or emergency medical services or get the person to a hospital immediately. Move to a cooler environment. Try a cool bath or sponging to reduce body temperature. Use fans and/or air conditioners, to cool the body. DO NOT GIVE FLUIDS.
A St. Paul St. resident reported a breaking and entering. The victim stated that he left his apartment at approximately 9:30 AM on 6/18. When he returned several hours later, he discovered that a change jar was missing from his desk. Another victim in the apartment discovered that a box containing cash was missing from his room. There did not appear to be any signs of forced entry.
Larceny: Occurred on 6/18- Shaw Rd.
A Shaw Rd. resident reported a larceny. The victim stated that two concrete lion statutes were taken from his property. The victim stated that he believes the statutes were taken on 6/18 sometime between 9:20 and 9:40 AM.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Officers responded to TJ Maxx for the report of a shoplifter. A loss prevention employee stated that he observed a female subject remove items from a shelf and attempt to return them without first purchasing the items. The employee stated that he also observed the subject conceal items in her bag. A query of the subject’s information revealed that she had two warrants for her arrest. The subject was placed under arrest for Shoplifting and the warrants.
OUIL: Occurred on 6/16 at 1:58 AM- Beacon St.
A vehicle was traveling on Carlton St. going the wrong direction of a one way street. The vehicle turned onto Beacon St., where the officer conducted a traffic stop. Upon reaching the driver’s window, the officer could detect an odor of alcohol emanating from the vehicle. Based on the observations, the driver was placed under arrest for Operating under the Influence of Alcohol.
Larceny: Occurred between 6/15 and 6/16- Tappan St.
An individual reported the larceny of a bicycle. The victim stated that he locked his bicycle to a rack on Tappan St. at 11:00 PM on 6/15. When he returned the next day at 9:00 PM he discovered that his bike was missing.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/17 at 1:41 AM- Kent St./ Aspinwall St.
Officers observed an individual in the area of Muddy River, an area that is closed after dark. A query of the individual’s information revealed that he had a straight warrant out of Boston District Court. The individual was placed under arrest for the warrant.
MV Theft: Occurred on 6/17 between 5:00 and 10:53 PM- Greenough St.
A Greenough St. resident reported the theft of a motorized scooter. The victim stated she had parked her scooter in front of her apartment building around 5:00 PM on 6/17. When she returned a few hours later she discovered that the scooter was missing. The scooter was left unlocked.
B&E Motor Vehicle: Occurred on 6/18- Larz Anderson Park
An individual reported the breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated that sometime between 9:18 and 10:18 AM, somebody broke into her vehicle and stole two bags.
Burglary: Occurred on 6/18 at 10:40 AM- Egmont St.
An individual reported a breaking and entering at an Egmont St. address. The caller stated that she turned around from her computer and observed an unknown male subject in the apartment. The caller described the subject as a white male in his 20's with a shaggy haircut wearing a dark colored t-shirt and dark colored pajamas. The subject then left the apartment through a rear door. A search of the area for the suspect yielded negative results. Several items were reported stolen from a bedroom.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/18 at 12:35 PM- Clyde St.
A vehicle was traveling on Clyde St. at a high rate of speed. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Clyde St. A query of the operator’s information revealed that he did not have a valid driver’s license. The driver was placed under arrest for Not Duly Licensed.