Police Briefs 11-24-2016


Violation of Auto Law

11/08/16 – As a result of a motor-vehicle stop on Alford Street, an individual was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle after suspension/revocation.

Robbery – Bank

11/10/16 – Officers responded to the Citizens Bank on Austin Street for a bank robbery call. They were informed that a white male with a sweatshirt pulled up over his head entered the bank, approached a teller window and held up a note demanding money.

The suspect was given cash, then fled out the front door and ran down Main Street, witnesses said.

Detectives are investigating.

Warrant Arrest

11/11/16 – Officers in the area of Medford Street placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Brighton Court probation warrant charging drug violations.

Larceny – Bike

11/13/16 – A victim on Chelsea Street reported his white-and-blue Schwinn bike was stolen from his building garage. Three black males were seen were seen fleeing the area, and the matter is under investigation.

Aggravated Assault

11/15/16 – Officers responded to the Bunker Hill Mall for a report of a man with a gun.

The victim told officers she was washing her dog in the pet store when the suspect – a black male – entered the shop with two other black males. One of them shouted something to her, and when she turned to look, the suspect lifted his shirt and displayed what appeared to be a handgun. The suspect then left the store without incident.

The matter is under investigation


11/15/16 – A victim on Constitution Road said she put her bike in the bike room of the garage in her building Nov. 1, but when she returned nine days later, it was gone. The bike is described as blue with white lettering and front shock absorbers.

Investigate Property

11/16/16 – Members of the Boston Police Department Explosives Unit responded to Main Street for a suspicious package (a pressure cooker). Officers performed a diagnostic (X-ray) on the item and found it to be empty.

Police then disposed of the cooker.

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