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Wednesday, March 5, 2014


Police Reports 3/4/2014

On March 4, officers traveled to Thatcher St. to carry out an arrest warrant. The suspect was placed under arrest and a search yielded cash, heroin, and drug paraphernalia. The suspect is being charged with Possession of Class A with Intent to Distribute.

On March 4, an officer was dispatched to a business on Beacon St. for a reported money scam by phone. The owner of the business stated that an employee received a call from an individual, claiming to be from NSTAR, who stated the power would be disconnected to the business. Later in the day, the owner received a call from the same individual who said the business needed to make an immediate payment or the power would be shut off. The matter is under investigation.

On March 4, an officer monitoring the speed of motor vehicles on Allandale Rd. observed a vehicle travelling at a speed in excess of the posted 30mph. The officer initiated a traffic stop and found that the driver’s right to operate a motor vehicle had been suspended. The driver was placed under arrest and cited for operating after suspension and speeding.

On March 4, an officer responded to the area of Boylston St. at High St. for a call involving erratic operation of a vehicle. The officer observed a vehicle driving with its tires touching the solid yellow line and initiated a motor vehicle stop. While talking to the driver, the officer observed that her speech was slurred, eyes were glassy, and there was a substance appearing to be vomit on her right leg and lap area. The driver was placed under arrest and charged for operating under the influence of liquor and failure to stay entirely within marked lanes.

On March 4, officers conducted a motor vehicle stop for a minor traffic offense. Later in the day, officers observed the same vehicle exhibiting suspicious behavior, pulling into various alley ways near St. Paul Street and Egmont Street. Officers approached the vehicle on foot and spoke to the driver and passenger. The officers observed balloons scattered around the interior of the car, a large blue nitrous tank on the passenger side floor, and a marijuana pipe. Both the driver and passenger were placed under arrest for Inhaling a Toxic Substance.

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