Police Briefs 06-24-2014

June 24, 2014
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Motor Vehicle Accident – Inolving Bicycle

06/06/14 – At approximately 12:02 a.m., officers responded to a radio call for an assault in progress at Towne Stove and Spirits at 900 Boylston St.

At that location, police spoke to the victim, who said an unknown male suspect approached him and attempted to punch him. The suspect then walked off and began urinating in front of the Hynes Convention Center, the victim told officers.

The victim said the suspect then entered a maroon Mercury and began swerving as he drove down Boylston Street in the direction of the Boston Common.

Police searched the surrounding area for the suspect to no avail.

Investigate Person

06/09/14 – At about 10:31 p.m., officers responded to a radio call for a commercial alarm at Sweet Cupcakes at 225 Newbury St.

On arrival, police spoke with an employee who said she was at the back door, where she observed a male in all dark clothing standing in the store. She said she had just locked the front door and turned on the alarm before she took out the trash.

After the alarm went off, the employee said she observed the suspect looking at the alarm keypad before fleeing through the front door.

Police canvasses the area for the suspect to no avail.

Assault and Battery

06/12/14 – At approximately 11:19 a.m., police responded to a call for an assault and battery in progress at Dunkin’ Donuts at 715 Boylston St.

According to the caller and Operations Channel 5, a male suspect wearing a cowboy hat threw a cold beverage in the manager’s face.

The manager told police that a homeless man has entered the store and was sampling Coolatta drinks. The man was asked to leave the store by the manager after he made inappropriate remarks to the female employees, at which time he threw the drink in the manager’s face.

No injuries were observed, and the manger didn’t require medical assistance.

The suspect was no longer on the premises, and a search of the surrounding area yielded negative results.

Police told employees to call them if the suspect returned to the establishmen

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