Police Briefs 05-28-2015

May 28, 2015
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Breaking and Entering – Non-Residence

05/20/15 – A victim reported that he responded to an alarm on First Avenue. While inside the home, the victim observed a white male suspect, who saw him and fled the area.

Officers observed pry marks on the door, but it was unknown at that time if anything was removed from the residence.

 

Breaking and Entering – Residence

05/20/15 – A victim on Eden Street reported she left her home in the morning. Upon returning home, she was informed her dog walker came in and observed the bedroom light on. The victim subsequently found her drawers open and several pieces of jewelry missing.

Detectives are investigating.

 

Robbery-Firearm

05/21/15 – A victim on 13th Street reported while walking from the Navy Yard, a group of black males approached him, one of whom demanded, “he pay a toll to proceed.”

The suspects then punched the victim, at which time they pulled out several knives and a black handgun.

The victim could not describe the suspects, and the matter is under investigation.

 

Larceny

05/22/15 – As a result of an investigation into recent bike thefts in Charlestown, an individual was placed under arrest and charged accordingly. Several other suspects have also been identified, and one bike was recovered.

The investigation is ongoing.

 

Drugs

05/22/15 – As a result of a drug investigation on Medford Street, a suspect was issued a city ordinance violation for possession of marijuana.