Category: Police Briefs

Police Briefs 03-19-2020

Charlestown Beat The B-Smart meeting and the Charlestown Public Safety Meeting both held on the last Wednesday of the month at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., respectively, will be cancelled until further notice. Larceny 03/09/20 – A victim on Decatur…

Police Briefs 03-12-2020

Larceny 03/02/20 – A victim on Eighth Street reported unknown person(s) removed four grams of medicinal marijuana from her vehicle. The victim, who is a member of a valet service, also said this isn’t the first time this has happened…

Police Briefs 02-20-2020

Larceny 02/11/20 – A victim on First Avenue reported she left her engagement ring on a counter in the women’s locker room, but when she returned, it was gone. Video footage of an individual entering the locker room is available,…

Police Briefs 02-13-2020

Charlestown Beat Burglary – Residential 02/03/20 – A victim on Ferrin Street reported when she arrived home, she saw a glass pane beside her front door was broken, and unknown suspect(s) had entered her home. Various electronics and jewelry were…

Police Briefs 01-30-2020

Charlestown Beat Violation of Auto Laws 01/20/20 – As a result of a motor vehicle stop on Bunker Hill Street, an individual was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle without a license. Breaking and Entering 01/24/20 – A…

Police Briefs 01-23-2020

Charlestown Beat Warrant 01/14/20 – Officers in the area of High Street placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Charlestown Court warrant charging violation of the auto laws.         Burglary – Residential 01/17/20 – A victim on First Avenue reported…

Police Briefs 01-16-2020

Charlestown Beat Motor Vehicle Accident 01/06/20 – A victim stated while she was crossing Maffa Way with her daughter, a man driving a motor vehicle entered the crosswalk and came into contact with the front part of her child’s stroller.…

Police Briefs 01-09-2020

Charlestown Beat Larceny 12/30/19 – A victim on Medford Street reported he ordered two items online and received notification they were delivered. When he got home, however, the packages weren’t there. A surveillance video of the area might be available…