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Friday, July 14, 2017



5:27 a.m.: The operator of a motor vehicle was traveling on Newton Street when he fell asleep at the wheel and veered right striking a fence. The operator was unharmed. The vehicle was towed from the scene and the operator was advised and picked up by a taxi. Three sections of the fence were damaged and the owner of the fence has been notified.

9:08 a.m.:  Officers were dispatched to an address on Washington Street for a past attempted breaking and entering. Upon arrival, the reporting party stated that at approximately 2:15 a.m., she awoke to keys jingling outside of their apartment door and her husband observed a party in the front lobby of the building. After several minutes, the subject left. Another resident stated that neither she nor her roommates know the party and they had been unaware of anyone attempting to enter the building. The landlord was informed of the incident and officers inquired about surveillance cameras. Residents have been advised to contact police of any suspicious activity.

5:30 p.m.: Officers responded to the area of Eliot Street and Boylston Street for a report of suspicious activity. The reporting party stated a male and female had been observed looking into windows of several parked cars, but did not make any overt acts to gain entry to the vehicles. Upon arrival, officers observed the subject with a third individual. Officers spoke to each of the subjects. One of the male subjects was placed under arrest for an outstanding Default Warrant and was found to be in possession of prescription drugs, hypodermic needles, and a credit card in someone else’s name. The drugs and credit card were submitted into evidence.  The third subject had to be identified at a later time and was found to have several outstanding warrants. 

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