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Tuesday, March 28, 2017


3/27/17 – Vandalism
An officer responded to Washington St. a report of a store front that had broken glass windows. The suspect seemed to have used a brick to break the glass windows and 2 items from the outside of the store.

3/27/17 – Larceny
An officer was dispatched to Harvard St for a past larceny report. The subject stated that at some point last week she noticed that two laptop were missing from the business. The laptops were last known to be used on 1/7/17.

3/27/17 – Operating after Suspension
An officer on Boylston St had just completed a traffic stop when a passing vehicle drove dangerously close him. The officer stop the vehicle on Washington St. and a query of the operator’s license revealed it was suspended. The operator was issued a citation and sent on his way as a friend of the operator took control of the vehicle. 

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