Police Reports December 5, 2014 through December 7, 2014
On December 5, an officer responded to Babcock St for a
report of a past breaking and entering of a residence. Two tenants reported
that their residence was broken into sometime from November 26 to November 30.The
door appeared to be kicked down. No items were missing from the apartment.
On December 5, an officer responded to Beacon St for a
report of a past breaking and entering of a residence. The individual believes
that someone entered her apartment. No items were missing from the residence.
On December 6, an officer responded to Salisbury Rd for a
report of a past breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The individual
discovered his door to his vehicle was open and appeared rummaged through. Some
cash was taken. Please remember to lock your car doors.
On December 6, an officer responded to Rawson Rd for a
report of a package theft. The individual had two package delivered to her
residence. The packages were missing. Please consider having your packages
picked up at the post office or signed for.
On December 6, an officer responded to a business along
Harvard St for a larceny. The individual left her cell phone on a bench and
continued to shop. The cell phone was missing. The matter is under
On December 7, officers responded to Perry St for a report
of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The individual believes her
vehicle was broken into sometime overnight. The individual observed the door
ajar but nothing was missing from the vehicle. Please remember to lock your car
On December 7, an officer responded to a business along
Boylston St for a report of shoplifting. The subject put several items in his
shirt and pockets. An employee confronted the man and asked him to empty his
pockets. The subject did and fled the store.
On December 7, officers responded to Warwick Rd for a past
larceny. A package was missing that was delivered on December 5. Please consider
having packages picked up or signed for.
On December 7, an
officer monitoring traffic at Lee St and Warren St observed a vehicle traveling
at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was pulled over and the officer asked for
the driver’s license and registration. The driver was not duly licensed to
operate a motor vehicle and was placed under arrest.