8:43 am: Officers were dispatched to Harvard Street for a report of a motor vehicle crash. Dispatch confirmed that one of the vehicles left the scene and headed north on Harvard Street toward Coolidge Corner. Upon arrival, the operator of the second vehicle stated he was stopped in traffic when he was struck from behind by the other driver. He stated he got out of his vehicle to exchange paperwork, but when he pulled over to the side of the road the other driver left heading north. His vehicle suffered minor damage to the left rear tail light. A witness also spoke to officers and described the incident. The operator who fled the scene was mailed a Massachusetts Uniform Citation for leaving the scene of a property damage accident and will be summonsed to court.
10:23 am: While conducting traffic enforcement in the area of Cypress Street and Harvard Street, an officer observed a vehicle travelling north on Cypress Street and take a left on Harvard Street. A query of the registration came back with a possible warrant for the owner. A traffic stop was conducted during which the operator confirmed he was the registered owner. Dispatch confirmed multiple warrants and the subject was placed under arrest. He was also issued citations for Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle and Revoked Registration.
10:56 am: Officers were dispatched to an address on Shaw Road for a larceny report. Upon arrival, the reporting party stated that some items were missing from her jewelry box. She explained that on March 24th or 25th, she had removed rings and placed them in a jewelry box she then placed in her dresser. She did not return to the box until 6/20 when she noticed a ring and other jewelry were missing. She did not notice any signs of a break and the only people with access to her house are her husband, mother, cleaning lady, and boss. Officers attempted to contact the cleaning service and left a voicemail. Detective follow up has been requested.
1:10 pm: Officers responded to an address on Perry Street for a report of fraud. The reporting party stated that he noticed several unauthorized transactions on his credit card. He spoke with a company representative and had been advised to file a report. The party was advised by officers to run a credit check to ensure that no other credit cards were opened in his name and he was also provided with the fraud victim hotline number to contact.
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