Police Briefs 06-26-2012

June 26, 2012
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From Boston Police Area D-4

June 10

15 Westland Ave. – Larceny in a Building, $50 to $199

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

Boylston Street – Property – Found

June 11

260 Commonwealth Ave. – Vandalism

382 Commonwealth Ave. – Motor Vehicle Accident – Property Damage

Massachusetts Avenue – Motor Vehicle Accident – Personal Injury

587 Boylston St. – Larceny, Shoplifting, $50 to $199

119 Newbury St. – Larceny, Shoplifting, $200 & Over

Massachusetts Avenue – Property – Lost

June 12

163 Newbury St – Verbal Dispute

81 Newbury St. – Larceny, Shoplifting, $200 & Over

Commonwealth Avenue  Robbery – Unarmed – Street

731 Boylston St. – Other Offense

June 13

101 Beacon St.  – Vandalism

295 Commonwealth Ave. – Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle, $200 & Over

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

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

June 14

355 Newbury St. – Liquor – Drinking in Public

353 Newbury St. – Investigate Person

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

184 Newbury St. – Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle, $200 & Over

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

Marlborough Street – Motor Vehicle Accident – Leaving Scene – Property Damage

June 15

Massachusetts Avenue – Towed Motor Vehicle

15 Arlington St. – Service to Other Police Department inside of Mass.

Berkeley Street  – Motor Vehicle Accident – Property Damage

195 Beacon St.  – Towed Motor Vehicle

777 Boylston St. – License Premise Violation

755 Boylston St. – Larceny in a Building, $200 & Over

Newbury Street – Vandalism

June 16

837 Boylston St. – Trespassing

907 Boylston St. – Assault and Battery

285 Beacon St.  – Investigate Person

112 Newbury St. – Verbal Dispute

280 Newbury St. – Vandalism

338 Newbury St. – Larceny in a Building, Under $50

25 Commonwealth Ave. – Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle, $50 To $199

June 17

907 Boylston St. – Assault and Battery, Hands, Feet, etc.- Medical Attention Required

867 Boylston St. – Larceny in a Building, $200 & Over

585 Boylston St. – Larceny, Bicycle, $200 & Over

325 Newbury St. – Towed Motor Vehicle

INCIDENTS

Investigate Person

06/14/12 – At about 7:35 p.m., officers received a radio call to remove an individual from LF Boston, located at 353 Newbury St.

On arrival, police spoke to the store manager, who stated that a female suspect and two accomplices entered the store and began to browse the displays. The parties then selected several items and proceeded to the fitting rooms before a store security guard and another store employee stopped them. The employees informed the parties that they would have to leave the store because of earlier incidents and escorted them to the front door.

The manager told police that she suspects the three individuals had stolen items during pervious visits to the store. She also stated that the three once caused a commotion in the story by yelling and swearing and continued to scream in front of the store in an effort to drive off customers; a witness corroborated this report to police.

The suspect stated she is a preferred customer at the store and frequently shops there. She also said she was wrongly accused of theft by store employees, and that she would no longer patronize the store. She asked for and received the manger’s name, whom she said she would report to the store’s corporate office to express her displeasure at her perceived mistreatment.

The suspect and her two accomplices were advised that they were no longer welcome in the store, and that its management had imposed a no-trespass order on them.

Police advised the manger to notify them if the three women returned to the store and informed them to stay away from the premises or risk arrest.

Trespassing

06/16/12 – At about 1:30 a.m., an officer on detail at Whiskey’s Food & Spirits, located at 885 Boylston St., observed a suspect attempting to gain entrance to the establishment after he was denied entrance several times because he was allegedly intoxicated.

The suspect refused to leave the area and was advised that if he didn’t depart, he would be arrested. The suspect left the area, but later returned and entered the bar through a side window, which was approximately 7 feet high.

The suspect was arrested for trespassing and transported to District D-4 headquarters for booking.

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