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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Wednesday, October 31st

9:03AM- Officers were dispatched to Carlton Street for a report of an egged house.  The reporting party, owner of the home stated when he woke up in the morning he noticed broken eggs on his front porch and on the front of his house.  He reported arriving home the prior night around 10:00PM and not seeing any eggs or damage at that time.  This case is under investigation.

3:06PM- Officers responded to a call of an erratic operator in the area of Kent Street and Aspinwall Avenue.  An off duty officer observed a male riding a scooter without a helmet on driving on and off a sidewalk on Kent Street, turn right onto Aspinwall Avenue without stopping at the red light, not yielding to oncoming traffic when crossing the intersection on Saint Paul Street and failing to stop at a stop sign.  The officer dispatched the description of the subject to officers as he followed the subject.  Another officer observed the subject driving on the sidewalk on Harvard Street and exited the car to pursue the subject on foot.   He approached the subject and asked to speak to him.  The subject then drove the scooter off the sidewalk and up Harvard Avenue in the wrong direction.  The direction the suspect was heading was radioed to officers in the area.  The subject was observed driving behind a home on Harvard Street and continuing onto Harvard Place.  He then jumped off the scooter, threw it to the ground and ran through Pierce Playground.  Officers responded to the area to locate the subject.  Officers observed the subject running in a backyard.  Officers surrounded the backyard and called out “if you are back here show us your hands”.  Officers received no response.  The subject was found hiding under a black SUV in a parking lot and arrested.   Officers asked if he was in possession of anything harmful and the subject responded no.  Boston Police and a Boston Police K9 assisted with the investigation. The scooter was found to be stolen.  The subject is being charged with operating to endanger, right on red violation, operating a moped without a helmet, failure to yield to oncoming traffic, failure to stop at a stop sign, failure to stop for a police officer, operating a moped without a driver’s license, and larceny of property.

8:30PM- A report of a stolen package was made on Euston Street.  The victim reported receiving a text from his neighbor that a package was stolen from the front door of their home.  The neighbor stated he arrived home to a package opened with the contents removed.  The victim’s wife received confirmation that a package they ordered was delivered but when the husband arrived home he could not locate a package.  Video surveillance caught the theft.  This case is under investigation.
  •          The victim also reported a stolen bicycle.  He stated that he went on vacation on 9/20/18 and returned on 10/2/18.  He reports when he returned home his bicycle was no longer attached to a fence.  The bike had been locked to the fence with a Kryptonite lock.  The fence was cut and the bike and lock were removed and stolen.  The bicycle is described as a silver men’s Trek.  This case is being investigated.

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