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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, February 28, 2019
Tuesday, February 26th
5:47PM: A citizen came to the Police station to report a larceny on School Street. The reporting party stated that at 8am, he locked his daughter’s electric scooter to the bike rack near the main entrance of Pierce School. When he returned at approximately 5:30pm, the scooter, lock, and helmet were missing. The item is a blue Razor e100 electric scooter. Police are investigating.
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Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Monday, February 25th
8:32AM: Police were dispatched to Coolidge Corner for reports of trespassing and shoplifting. On February 19th, a man was issued a verbal trespass order for attempting to shoplift in a business on Harvard Street. He violated this order when he was found this morning taking items off the shelf and hiding them in his bag. The suspect was arrested and will be summoned to court for multiple counts of shoplifting.
6:59PM: Officers responded to reports of larceny and fraud on Fuller Street. The reporting party told police that he placed his rent check in his unsecured mailbox on February 1st. On February 4th, the check was cashed at an unknown Citizens Bank branch. The vestibule of this Fuller Street apartment has surveillance cameras but the memory only holds for seven days. Police are investigating.
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Monday, February 25, 2019
Saturday, February 23rd
11:21: Officers were dispatched to a business on Commonwealth Avenue for reports of shoplifting. The reporting party stated that two males fled the establishment headed towards Amory Street. While responding to the call, officers noticed one of the men matching the description of the one of the suspects carrying a red shopping basket containing numerous stolen items. Police were able to stop and arrest the man without incident. He will be summoned to court for shoplifting. The other suspect has not been located. This case is under investigation.
2:37PM: Police responded to reports of a shoplifting on Harvard Street. Officers arrived on scene and spoke to the reporting party who described two suspects that had fled in the direction of Beacon Street. The reporting party was able to point out the suspects, who were crossing the street. Officers caught up to the suspects, interviewed them and placed them both under arrest. After investigating is appears that the two suspects are responsible for a number of shoplifting incidents in the area. The two suspects will be summoned to court and charged with multiple counts of shoplifting.
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