Police Briefs 05-24-2012

Breaking and Entering – Residence – No Force

05/14/12 – A victim on Medford Street reported at between 4 and 6 p.m., someone unscrewed the door lock to her apartment and entered the home. A laptop computer was taken from the residence, and the victim believes she knows the suspect. Detectives will investigate.

Warrant Arrest

05/16/12 – Officers in Sullivan Square placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Quincy Court warrant.

Larceny – Over $200

05/15/12 – A victim on Bunker Hill Street reported at sometime between 1:20 and 3:30 p.m., unknown person(s) stole four to five sections of copper drain pipe from the side and rear of his building. The matter is under investigation.

Warrant Arrest

05/16/2012 – Officers on Spice Street placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Lynn Court warrant charging possession of Class A drugs.

Ballistic Evidence Found

05/17/2012 – A concerned citizen stated to officers while walking on Alford Street by the shoreline, he found a clip to a firearm with bullets still inside. The clip appeared to be eroded. The item was to be forwarded to the ballistics unit.

Larceny – Bicycle

05/20/2012 – A victim on Constitution Road reported to officers that someone stole her child’s bike from the dock area of the marina. The victim also informed officers this is the fourth or fifth bicycle theft in the same area.

Assault with a Dangerous Weapon – Gun

05/22/2102 – At about 11:30 p.m., officers responded to O’Brien Court for a report of shots fired. A witness informed officers that a black male ran from behind a dumpster with a gun and fired shots at four to five other males. Officers recovered a shell casing on the street and also found a bullet lodged in a parked motor vehicle. At that time, no victims were located. As a result of the subsequent investigation, four individuals were placed under arrest. No weapon was recovered at that time.

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