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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com
Monday, April 7, 2014
4/4/2014 through 4/6/2014
On April 4, an officer observed a vehicle with a defective headlight travelling from Grove St. to Independence Drive. The officer conducted a motor vehicle stop and found that the driver had an expired license. The driver was cited for not being duly licensed and defective equipment. The car was released to the driver’s spouse who had an active license.
On April 4, an officer was dispatched to Dwight St. for a larceny of a package. The victim stated that when she arrived home, the package she was expecting was in the foyer and the contents had been removed.
On April 5, an officer was stopped at the traffic signal at the intersection of Boylston St. and Cypress St. when he ran the plates of the car in front of him. The officer found that the vehicle’s registered owner had a suspended license and he initiated a traffic stop. Dispatch confirmed the man’s license was suspended and he was placed under arrest.
On April 5, officers were dispatched to a store on Beacon St. for a no trespass order. An officer looked up the subject and discovered that he had an active warrant in effect. The man was placed under arrest.
On April 5, an officer was approached by a store employee in Coolidge Corner who wanted to report a larceny. The employee stated that a cell phone had been stolen from the display shelf and a dummy cell phone had been left behind. The matter is under investigation.
On April 5, an officer observed a scooter travel through a red light at the intersection of Washington and Beacon Street. The officer conducted a traffic stop and found that the operator had a suspended license. The operator was placed under arrest.
On April 6, an officer observed a vehicle travelling on Harvard St. with a defective driver’s side headlight. The officer conducted a motor vehicle stop and found that the driver had a suspended license. The driver was placed under arrest. During an inventory of the car, officers found individual bags of marijuana, a glass pipe, and pills without a prescription. The driver is being charged with operating with defective equipment, operating with a suspended license, possession of Class D with intent to distribute, and possession of Class E prescription drugs.