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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
Friday, January 31, 2014
On January 30, officers observed a vehicle speeding and changing lanes without signaling in an intersection on Beacon Street. Officers conducted a traffic stop and could detect a strong odor of alcohol from the driver who also had red and glassy eyes. The driver was placed under arrest and cited for operating under the influence of liquor, speeding, and failure to use a turn signal.
On January 30, an officer observed a vehicle turn right on red from Cypress St. to Boylston St. where a “No Turn on Red” sign is posted. The officer also noticed that the vehicle’s right rear taillight did not illuminate. The officer initiated a traffic stop and a query showed that the vehicle’s registration had been revoked and the operator’s license had been suspended. The driver was cited for operating after license suspension, operating an uninsured vehicle, unregistered vehicle, right turn on red prohibited by sign, and defective taillight.
On January 30, a woman came to the police station to report a larceny. The woman stated that a package that was delivered to her home had been stolen. The tracking number confirmed that the package had been delivered however the woman never received it.
On January 30, an officer responded to Prescott St. for a report of larceny. The victim reported that while using a fitness facility, he had left his wallet and keys in an unlocked locker and subsequently gone home. Once he realized he had left them, the man returned to find his keys but his wallet was missing.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
On January 29, an officer observed a vehicle traveling on Washington St. that had failed inspection. A motor vehicle stop was conducted and it was found that the operator’s license had been suspended. The driver was placed under arrest and cited for operating after suspension and failure to submit motor vehicle for inspection.
On January 29, an officer conducted a random query of a vehicle travelling on Washington Street. The query showed that the registered owner had a suspended license so the officer initiated a traffic stop. The officer confirmed that the driver had a suspended license and they were placed under arrest.
On January 29, an officer was approached by civilian who wanted to report a hit and run accident they had just had in Boston. The officer broadcasted information about the vehicle and it was spotted travelling on Boylston Street near Hammond Street. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle which kept driving to avoid the police. The vehicle pulled into a parking lot and the suspect fled on foot. Officers caught the suspect and placed him under arrest. He was charged with reckless operation of a motor vehicle, operating after suspension, marked lanes violation, speeding, and resisting arrest. The motor vehicle accident is being investigated by the State Police.
On January 29, officers responded to a bank on Harvard St. that had activated their alarm for a robbery. A bank teller stated that a man had approached her, handed her a note, and left. The matter is currently under investigation.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
On January 28, an officer responded to Winchester St. for a breaking and entering and larceny report. One of the residents reported that when he had arrived home from work, the exterior door to the building was locked but his apartment door was unlocked. Inside, the man’s bedroom had been ransacked and several items were missing.
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
On January 27, an officer observed a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign in the area of Babcock and Freeman Streets. The officer initiated a traffic stop and found the driver’s license to be expired. The driver was placed under arrest and cited for expired license and a stop sign violation.
On January 27, officers were dispatched to a business on Beacon St. for a report of shoplifting. Employees had seen the suspect walking through the store with a full bag of groceries and attempt to leave through the rear entrance without paying. The suspect was stopped by an employee and he was placed under arrest for shoplifting.
On January 27, an officer responded to a residential complex on Kent St. for a report of larceny. A man stated that on January 24, he had seen a package for himself in the front of the building but when he returned later in the day to retrieve it, the package had been ripped open. This incident is currently being investigated.
On January 27, officers responded to a residence on Homer St. for a report of breaking and entering and larceny. The residents reported that one bedroom had been ransacked and multiple items were missing. The matter is currently under investigation.
On January 27, an officer responded to Beacon St. for a report of malicious damage. A man reported that while at work, someone had thrown a beer bottle at his vehicle, shattering the rear window.
Monday, January 27, 2014
On January 23, a woman reported being the victim of fraud. The woman reported that she received a letter from her insurance provider in regards to approval for recent medications. When she contacted the insurance company, she was told that someone was using her information to pick-up prescriptions in various pharmacies.
On January 24, an officer observed a vehicle driving on Longwood Ave. with an expired inspection sticker and initiated a traffic stop. The driver was found to be operating with a suspended license and was also cited for failure to submit motor vehicle for inspection, no registration in possession or easily accessible, and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. The driver was placed under arrest.
On January 24, an officer was dispatched to Aspinwall Ave. for a larceny report. A woman stated that two large trash bins were stolen from the curb the day before.
On January 25, a woman reported receiving a suspicious phone call. The woman stated that she received a call from an unidentified male who said the woman’s brother was being held against his will. The man said that she needed to pay him or he would kill her brother. Refusing to give more information, the caller hung up and never called back.