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Tuesday, September 5, 2017


On 09/03/2017

6:30 PM While on patrol in Coolidge Corner an officer found a set of keys in the area of 294 Harvard Street. It is described as a Honda car key, attached to rewards cards, and has a red leather strap attached to it. The Officer was unable to locate the owner, and they were placed into evidence for safe keeping.

7:00 PM Officers were dispatched to Kent and Longwood Streets for the report of a two car motor vehicle crash. There were no injuries, and one operator was cited for failure to stop for a red traffic signal.


9:40 AM An Officer observed a motor vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. The Officer initiated a traffic stop. It was determined that the vehicle had revoked insurance, and was uninsured. The operator was summons to court for the offensives and his car was towed.  

11:35 AM An Officer responded to Dunkin Donuts on Beacon Street to take a report of a stolen cell phone. A child was playing with his mother’s phone and left it on the table when they exited the store. They returned a short time later and could not locate the phone. A man in his 40s, wearing a blue shirt and dark jeans was seen leaving the area. Camera footage did not reveal theft of the phone but did show the described man sitting at the same seat where the child left the phone. Police are investigating.

9:47 PM Officers were dispatched to an address on Dwight Street for the report of a live Breaking and Entering of a dwelling. The home owner heard footsteps coming from an upstairs floor and went to investigate it. He discovered a man walking out of his kitchen and onto his back porch. He asked him what he was doing in his house, and the man replied “I was not in your house.”  The man then fled the area. A description of the man was relayed to responding units. A short time later a man fitting the description was stopped by police. After the homeowner positively identified him, the man was arrested for B&E in the night with intent to commit a felony.

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