On 11/7 at 0500 hrs Victim received a call from 209-840-6668 stating they were from a company called “Urgent Tech Help (UTH)”. The voice on the line sounded to be of Indian accent and the individual identified as “Max”. Max told Vic his computer was sending spam and the company could clean up victims hard drive. Victim agreed and the company remotely operated victims computer for over 3 hours and charged money for the services. Victim gave Max his credit card number which was declined for fraudulent activity. Suspect subsequently demanded Green Dot Money Card payment. After initial payment, suspect demanded another payment which victim initially refused, but changed his mind when Max locked victim out of his computer.
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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, November 21, 2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Police Reports November 19, 2014
On November 19, an officer observed a vehicle with a broken headlight driving along Harvard St. The vehicle was pulled over and the officer asked for the driver’s license and registration. The driver had an active warrant and was placed under arrest.
On November 19, an officer observed a vehicle along Lagrange St with an expired inspection sticker. The vehicle was pulled over and the officer asked for the driver’s license and registration. The driver was not duly licensed and placed under arrest.
On November 19, officers responded to Thornton Rd for a report of a past breaking and entering of a residence. Several items were stolen from the residence. It appears as though the suspect made entry through an unlocked sliding window. Please insure that all of your windows and doors are locked.
On November 19, an officer responded to a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The individual noticed the driver’s door ajar upon her arrival to her vehicle. Things appeared to be rummaged through and some items were missing. Please remember to lock your vehicle doors.
On November 19, an officer responded to a report of a stolen package on Beacon St. The individual stated that they were expecting a package and they were informed that it was delivered. The package could not be located in the front lobby. Please consider having your packages signed for or picked up from the post office.
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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Police Reports November 18, 2014
On November 18, an officer responded to a location on Heath St for a larceny report. An individual’s items were taken from beside her car. The matter is under investigation.
On November 18, an officer responded to Dean Rd for a report of a stolen package. The package was delivered last Wednesday but the individual could not locate it. This is a common theft, please consider having your package picked up or signed for.
On November 18, officers responded to a report of shoplifting from a business along Beacon St. The subject took several items from the store and upon exiting he dropped the items and fled the store. The matter is under investigation.
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Monday, November 17, 2014
11/14 through 11/16/2014
Police Reports November 14 through November 16, 2014
On November 15, an officer conducting traffic enforcement along Boylston St and observed a vehicle driving at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was pulled over and the officer asked for the driver’s license and registration. The driver did not have a license and was driving after it was revoked. The driver was placed under arrest.
On November 15, officers responded to a report of two subjects who were attempting to break into motor vehicles along Beacon St and Washington St. The subjects were arrested.
On November 15, a police officer responded to a Beacon St for a report of a stolen package. Please consider having packages picked up at the post office or having them signed for.
On November 17, officers responded to Carlton St and Beacon St for the check of the wellbeing of a driver. The vehicle was in drive and the driver appeared to be asleep. Based on information obtained at the scene, it was determined that the driver was operating under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested.
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