Police Briefs 08-23-2011

August 23, 2011
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Aug. 8

165 Beacon St. Towed Motor Vehicle

349 Newbury St.  Larceny, Shoplifting, $50 to $199

220 Newbury St.  Property – Missing

Commonwealth Avenue   Investigate Property

465 Beacon St.    Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle Under $50

170 Commonwealth Ave.    Larceny in a Building, $200 & Over

903 Boylston St.  License Premise Violation

911 Boylston St.  License Premise Violation

655 Boylston St.  Investigate Person

361 Newbury St.  Larceny in a Building, $50 to $199

Aug. 9

165 Beacon St.  Towed Motor Vehicle

299 Berkeley St.  Vandalism

Beacon Street Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle, $200 & Over

500 Boylston St.  Larceny, Other, $200 & Over

Beacon Street Service to Other Police Department inside of Mass.

36 Gloucester St.  Larceny in a Building, $200 & Over

Aug. 10

113 Marlborough St   Investigate Property

Commonwealth Avenue   Robbery – Unarmed – Street

53 Marlborough St. Larceny in a Building, $200 & Over

100 Newbury St.  Larceny, Shoplifting, $50 to $199

160 Commonwealth Ave.   Larceny in a Building, $200 & Over

Aug. 11

Public Alley 436 Dangerous or Hazardous Condition

105 Marlborough St.   Towed Motor Vehicle

235 Marlborough St.   Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle, $200 & Over

Commonwealth Avenue   Motor Vehicle Accident – Leaving Scene – Property Damage

Massachusetts Avenue   Towed Motor Vehicle

575 Boylston St.  Frauds – All Other

123 Newbury St.  Property – Lost

314 Marlborough St.   Breaking and Entering, Residence, Day – No Force

Aug. 12

Massachusetts Avenue   Motor Vehicle Accident – Police Vehicle

43 Newbury St.    Animal Control – Dog Bites – Etc.

545 Boylston St.  Larceny, Other, $50 to $199

82 Newbury St.    Larceny, Shoplifting, $200 & Over

10 Newbury St.   Willful and Malicious Destruction of Property with Arrest

414 Beacon St.   Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle, Under $50

263 Commonwealth Ave.   Vandalism

295 Newbury St.  Larceny in a Building, $200 & Over

Aug. 13

Beacon Street  Vandalism

296 Beacon St. Towed Motor Vehicle

Exeter Street  Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle, $200 & Over

330 Beacon St.  Sudden Death

Aug. 14

346 Beacon St.  Vandalism

342 Newbury St.  Larceny, Shoplifting, $50 to $199

Fairfield Street Motor Vehicle Accident – Other

License Premise Violation

08/08/11 –  At about 11:58 p.m., officers assigned to the License Premise Unit were on Boylston Street inspecting bars and nightclubs when they noticed open windows at McGreevy’s Bar, located at 911 Boylston St. Officers also could hear amplified music and noise emanating from the establishment into the neighborhood and noted that it nearly midnight.

Inside McGreevy’s, officers met the manager, who showed them the establishment’s licenses. Officers noted that all windows and doors are to be closed by 10 p.m. and brought this to the attention of the manager, who responded that he was unaware of the terms of the licenses.

As a result of their findings, the officers issued License Premise Violation #043362 to McGreevy’s for amplified music and noise emanating through open doors and windows into the neighborhood. The manager accepted the violation and shut all windows and bars.

Sudden Death

08/13/11 – Officers and Boston EMS responded to 330 Beacon St., apartment #15, for a report of an unconscious person.

On arrival, officers observed the 85-year-old victim lying in the supine position and wearing a nightgown. Officers also spoke to the owner of PC Healthcare Associates, the North Andover-based firm that had been taking care of the victim.

The owner stated that her employee told her the victim complained that she didn’t feel well. The employee continued to check up on the victim until there was no response. At that time, the employee called 911.

The owner told EMS personnel that there was a Do Not Resuscitate (“DNR”) order in effect for the victim, although it could not be located.  The victim’s daughter, who has power attorney for her mother, was contacted and confirmed the order was in effect.

Resuscitation efforts were halted, and the victim was pronounced dead at 7:06 p.m.

A doctor from the Medical Examiners’ Office released the deceased to employees of O’Brien and Sons Funeral Home, who transported the victim to the South Boston facility.

Building security secured the apartment at the request of police.

 


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