Friday, September 9, 2016

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3:55pm: While on patrol, an officer was dispatched to a business on Beacon St. The victim reported leaving work at approximately 3:00pm, and realized she had forgotten her purse at work. On the victim’s arrival back to work, the employee realized her purse was missing from her desk.  No surveillance cameras were found in the immediate area. The officer advised the victim to monitor her credit for fraudulent activity.

9/7/2016

1:50pm: While on patrol, several officers were dispatched to a bank on Beacon St. for a report of a two subjects trying to pass fraudulent checks. A description of the individuals was broadcasted over the radio. While on scene, officers were able to obtain a better description of the two subjects and a still photo from their surveillance camera. The photo was distributed to officers searching the area.  
                Shortly after receiving the updated description, an officer on Beacon St. reported seeing two male subjects matching the description ducking between bushes near an apartment.  A few minutes later, another officer reported seeing an individual matching the description, acting suspicious and profusely sweating as if he had been running. The officer asked to speak with the individual. The suspect admitted he was at the Bank on Beacon St., and when asked about the check the reported he had thrown it away.  The bank manager was asked to participate in a show up identification, and the manger positively identified the subject as one of the individuals passing fraudulent checks. The subject was immediately placed under arrest. Approximately one hour after the arrest of the first suspect, the second individual was located in the rear of a business on Washington St. and was placed under arrest. Both subjects were charged with one count of forgery and one count of uttering a forged document.


8:31pm: Officers were dispatched to an apartment on Aspinwall Ave for a larceny report. The victim reported recently moving into his apartment and placed his new grill in the backyard unsecured. The next day, he discovered it was missing. 

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