Between 11/4 and 11/5 officers took 10 reports for unemployment fraud.
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Between 11/2 and 11/3 officers took 15 unemployment fraud reports
11/02/2020- Officers investigated claims of animal abuse on Harvard St. One suspect was placed under arrest.
11/02/2020- Officers took a malicious damage report from a resident of Hilltop Rd. The resident reported that lawn furniture was removed and damaged from their yard overnight.
11/02/2020- Officers responded to T-Mobil on Boylston St for a shoplifting report. Employees reported to officers that a customer had been in the store and took an item off the display and left with it.
Between 10/30/2020- 11/01/2020 Officers took ten unemployment fraud reports.
10/30/2020- Officers took a report from a construction site on Newton Street for a break and enter. The victim reported that when arriving to the work site for the day they found damage to the site and multiple items have been removed.
10/30/2020- Officers took a package theft report from a resident of Parkman St. The resident reported to officers that they had a package that was delivered, and when they went to retrieve it the package had been opened and the contents were stolen.
10/31/2020- Officers responded to CVS on Boylston St for a reported shoplifter. The employees reported to the officers that a customer had been in the store and had left without purchasing.