Police Briefs 03-21-2013


03/11/13 – As a result of an ongoing drug investigation in the area of the Bunker Hill housing development, an individual was placed under arrest for possession with intent to distribute a Class C substance (pills).

Breaking and Entering – Residence – Night

03/14/13 – A victim on Main Street reported at about 4 a.m. while sleeping, he was awoken by someone banging and kicking at his front door.

When he got to the front door, the victim observed a white male had gained access to the front mudroom. The victim asked what the suspect what he was doing, and a brief confrontation occurred. The suspect then fled the area.

Officers searched the area to no avail. The victim believes the suspect was high on drugs. At the time of the report, no items were believed missing from the victim’s home.

Assault with a Dangerous Weapon – Gun

03/14/13 – A victim on Vine Street reported while he was walking down the street at about 10 a.m., his brother pulled up next to him in a black car and brandished a black handgun.  The suspect did not say anything to the victim before he driving off towards Bunker Hill Street.

The matter is under investigation.

Warrant Arrest

03/15/13 – Officers in the area of Starr King Court placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Boston Municipal Court default-warrant charging shoplifting.


03/16/13 – A victim on Cambridge Street reports while she was out at a bar, a female suspect she had met asked for a ride home. The victim agreed, but stopped to get gas first. While at the gas station, the suspect said she no longer needed a ride and exited the vehicle.

The next morning, the victim noticed her wallet, which was in the back seat of her car, was missing. The victim told police she would notify her credit-card companies of the theft.

Disorderly Person

03/18/13 – At about noon, officers responded to Austin Street for a fight in the street.

Upon arrival, police attempted to speak to the parties involved, but all were uncooperative and refused to discuss what had happed. Officers identified the group and dispersed them. All but one of the individuals left the scene.

The male suspect was intoxicated and continued to yell and scream, despite repeated requests from officers to calm down and leave. He was eventually taken into custody.

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