Police Briefs 06-09-2011

05/30/11 – Violation of Auto Laws

A victim on Carney Court reported that her car was taken without her permission. As a result of an investigation, a suspect was placed under arrest in Dorchester.

06/01/11 – Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon, a Rock

Officers on patrol in the area of Austin Street were approached by a victim who stated that a white male first complained to him about cigarette smoke then hit him in the face with a rock. The suspect then fled the area.

06/03/11 – Larceny Over $250

A victim on Pleasant Street stated that she put her handbag down to pat a dog. After petting the puppy she realized her bag was gone. There are no suspects at this time.

06/03/11 – Protective Custody

As a result of a radio call to assist an ambulance on O’Brien Court, an individual was taken into protective custody.

06/04/11 – Larceny

A victim on Austin Street reported a white male stole a cell phone from her business. Suspect fled towards Main Street prior to police arrival.

06/04/11 – Larceny in a Building

A victim on Main Street stated to officers that a friend stopped by her home to talk. The next morning victim noticed five hundred dollars missing from the house. The suspect is known to victim. Detectives will investigate.

06/05/11 – Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon

An officer on Main Street was approached by a victim who stated that a white male exited a car and for no reason punched him in the face. The suspect then got back in the car and ran over the victim’s foot. The victim refused medical attention.

06/06/11 – Breaking and Entering, Residence

A victim on Bunker Hill Street reported that someone pried open the door to the common area of her building and then forced open the interior door to her apartment. Various electronics items were taken from the home.

06/06/11 – Breaking and Entering, Residence

Victim on Monument Avenue reported that upon returning home from work, she observed the front door to her home had been forced open. Various electronics items and liquor were taken from the home.

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