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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, April 11, 2014
On April 10, an officer conducted a traffic stop for a vehicle speeding on Beacon Street. The officer found that the driver had an active warrant in effect and the driver was placed under arrest.
On April 10, an officer observed a vehicle stopped in the intersection of Beacon St. and Washington St. blocking the crosswalk and an adjacent fire hydrant. The officer observed that the car was running but there were no lights illuminated and the dark window tint made it difficult to determine whether the vehicle was occupied. The officer activated his lights and approached the vehicle. A check with dispatch confirmed that the vehicle’s registration was revoked and the driver’s license was suspended and the driver was placed under arrest.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
On April 9, an officer responded to Boylston St. for a report of a past larceny. The victim stated that an envelope containing money had been taken from her purse which was located at her work station within the office. The matter is being investigated.
On April 9, an officer was dispatched to Harris St. for a report of a package theft. The victim stated that she had received an email the day before from UPS stating that the package she had been expecting had been delivered. When the woman got to the lobby of the building, the package was not there.
On April 9, an officer responded to the intersection of Emerson St. and Waverly St. at the request of another officer. The officer who was already on scene reported that he had been parked on Waverly St. with his emergency lights activated when a vehicle passed him on the right with no headlights on. The officer stopped the vehicle and believed the operator to be under the influence of alcohol. After the other officer spoke to the driver, the driver was placed under arrest for operating under the influence of liquor and operating a motor vehicle without headlights after dark.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
On April 8, an officer was dispatched to Summit Ave. on a suspicious activity call. The reporting party stated that for the past month she has been receiving calls from an unknown male party who says he’s from Microsoft and needs her personal information to fix her computer. It is believed that this is part of a scam.
On April 8, a man came into the police station to report that his vehicle had been broken into while it was parked on Beacon Street. The man stated that when he returned to his vehicle, the passenger window had been forced down, the inside had been rummaged through, and his laptop was gone.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
On April 7, officers ran the plates of a vehicle travelling on Harvard St. and found a possible match for a warrant candidate. The officers initiated a traffic stop and found that the passenger had an active warrant in effect. The passenger was placed under arrest.
On April 7, officers responded to Beacon St. for a call of armed robbery. The reporting party stated that he was walking on Monmouth St. when he was approached from behind and pushed to the ground. The suspect asked him the reporting party to give over his wallet and then fled. The matter is being investigated.
On April 7, a woman came into the Police Station to report a past larceny. The woman stated that on April 1 she was in a restaurant on Beacon St. and when she went to retrieve her order, her wallet was taken from her table.
On April 7, a man reported that someone had their credit card and cash stolen from a locker at an establishment on Clyde Street. The matter is under investigation.
On April 7, a man reported that his shoulder bag was stolen from a store on Beacon Street. The victim stated that the bag was taken from his shopping cart while he was loading items into his car. The matter is under investigation.
Monday, April 7, 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.