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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
An officer was dispatched to Tappan St. for a report of an attempted larceny. The reporting party stated that they had locked a bike to a bike rack on November 3 and when he returned this morning the lock was damaged but the bike was still there.
An officer responded to Manchester Rd. for a past larceny report. The reporting party stated that on 11/5 he received confirmation that a package had been delivered and when his roommate went to retrieve it 17 minutes later it was gone.
Officers were dispatched to Chestnut St. for a report of a female party entering the residence uninvited. Officers queried the female party and found that she had three active warrants in her name. The woman was placed under arrest.
An officer was dispatched to Harvard Ave. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that when she arrived home around 8pm she discovered a package addressed to her had been cut open and the contents were missing.
On November 7 a woman came into the police station to make a larceny report. The woman stated that that she had locked her bike to a rack on Washington and Pearl Streets approximately 2 months prior. The woman reported seeing her bike on 11/3 but when she came back on 11/5 the lock had been cut and her bike was gone.
Monday, November 6, 2017
On November 2, officers responded to High St. for a report of a package theft occurring within the past two minutes. The reporting party stated that she had ordered a package and received a phone call from FedEx stating it had been delivered yet when she arrived in the lobby of her building a few minutes later, the package was gone.
Officers were dispatched to Harvard St. for a past road rage incident where a passenger brandished a firearm. The reporting party stated that she was sitting in traffic on Washington St. when another vehicle attempted to back into a handicap parking spot that was blocked by her car. The reporting party stated that the driver and passenger of the other vehicle began to yell at her and then the male passenger appeared to brandish a firearm. The reporting party continued towards Harvard St. while the other vehicle continued to follow and then drove off. The incident is being investigated.
At approximately 1615hrs, an officer was dispatched to the intersection of Washington and School Streets for a report of a road rage incident. The reporting party stated that he was driving on Aspinwall Ave. when a vehicle stopped in the roadway and did not continue with the flow of traffic. The reporting party stated that he yelled at the vehicle in front of him and then passed on the left side. When the reporting party stopped at the next red light he stated that a man exited the vehicle behind him and used a switchblade to slash his tire twice. The incident is under investigation.
On November 3, officers responded to Beacon St. for a report of a man exposing himself on the sidewalk. The reporting party stated that she had seen a man exposing himself and when she confronted him he fled towards Washington Street. Officers located a man matching the description and the reporting party was able to positively ID him. The suspect was arrested for Open and Gross behavior.
An officer was dispatched to Salisbury Rd for a report of a past larceny. The reporting party stated that an item went missing about 2 weeks ago and hasn’t been seen since.
An officer was patrolling in the area of Mountfort St and St. Mary’s St. when they ran a random query of a vehicle and found that the registered owner had an active warrant in his name. The officer conducted a traffic stop, confirmed the identity of the driver, and placed him under arrest.
At approximately 0123hrs officers were dispatched to the area of Russett Rd. and Beverly Rd. for a report of a person looking into vehicles and trying to open doors. Officers located a man matching the description and the reporting party confirmed the ID. The man was placed under arrest for Attempted Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicles.
An officer responded to Francis St. for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated that she had received confirmation of her package being delivered the day before and when she went to her building’s foyer she located her package open with the contents removed.
An officer was dispatched to Aspinwall Ave. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that he had parked his bike unsecured in front of his residence the night before and that it was now gone.
An officer responded to Bartlett Crescent for a report of an Attempted Breaking & Entering. The reporting party stated that he had arrived at his friend’s residence and noticed that the mailbox had been removed from inside the front door and another door off the main foyer was damaged. The incident is being investigated.