Police Briefs 11-01-2012

November 1, 2012
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Larceny – Shoplifting

10/23/12 – Officers responded to Austin Street, where an employee informed them a suspect had stolen a $700 iPhone from the store. The suspect is known, and the matter is under investigation.

Larceny

10/23/12 – A victim on Tremont Street stated that he put his Macbook Pro computer in a bag on the sidewalk for a moment, and when he looked back, the bag was gone. An electronic tracking device is on the computer.

Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon – Knife

10/23/12 – Officers responded to Old Ironsides Way for a person who had been stabbed in the back and underarm area. The victim was being treated on scene, but refused to cooperate with police or give them any information about his attackers. Officers were able to locate a possible crime scene. The investigation is on going.

Investigate Property

10/24/12 – Officers responded to Terminal Street for a report of shots fired. Officers checked for any ballistic evidence or damage, but could find none.

Warrant Arrest

10/26/12 – Officers in the area of Carney Court took an individual into custody on a warrant of apprehension issued out of Charlestown Court.

Warrant Arrest

10/26/12 – Officers on Terminal Street placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Charlestown Court warrant charging assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. The suspect also had drugs in his possession and will be charged accordingly.

Breaking and Entering – Non-Residence

10/28/12 – A victim in Thompson Square reported when he returned to work, he observed that two office doors had been forced open and a 60-inch flat-screen color monitor was missing. Video cameras are on site.