Police Briefs 03-22-2018

March 23, 2018
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D-4 POLICE NEWS

School daze

On Thursday, March 15, at about 10 a.m., police responded to a report of a female student found in possession of marijuana at McKinley Preparatory School at 97 Peterborough St.

On arrival, the officer spoke to a Boston Public Schools safety officer who said that a small bag of the substance had been recovered from the student at about 9:30 a.m., during an administrative search.

Police issued the student a civil citation for marijuana possession, at which time she said, “No one listens to me. This system is all messed up. You’re reading from a script.”

School staff told the officer that the student exhibits bi-polar behavior and has refused medication, and that she appeared to be under the influence of marijuana.

The school nurse evaluated the student, who remained in the custody of school staff until her guardian arrived to pick her up.

Police seized the marijuana as evidence.

Three stooges

On Friday, March 16, at approximately 8:38 p.m., an officer responded to a robbery report at Albany and East Concord streets.

On arrival, police spoke to the victim, who said two unknown male suspects and a female suspect approached her between 7:45 and 8 p.m. as she was walking near her place of work. At this time, the female suspect asked the victim for a dollar, and when the victim went to retrieve the money, one of the male suspects punched her in the right side of the face and took her wallet, which contained $2,000 cash and two bank cards.

The victim couldn’t provide police with descriptions of any of the suspects and refused medical attention at this time.

Bag man

On Sunday, March 18, at about 8:39 p.m., a female victim entered the District 4 police station to report the larceny of her purse.

The victim said at about 8 p.m., she and a friend were taking pictures in front of Club Monaco in the Prudential Mall. She put down her purse momentarily, but when she went to retrieve it, the bag, which contained a Portuguese passport, a Portuguese driver’s license, her visa, a credit card, gloves and her house keys, was gone.

At this time, an identified man approached the victim and inquired whether her purse had just been stolen. When she replied that it had indeed been pilfered, the man chased the alleged suspect, who fled out the Huntington Avenue and lost his pursuer.

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