Police Briefs 04-05-2018

April 6, 2018
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D-4 POLICE NEWS

Rebel yell

On Tuesday, March 27, at about 6:33 a.m., police responded to a radio call regarding a male suspect yelling at employees at Starbucks at 443 Boylston St.

Upon arrival, officers observed the man inside the coffee shop before he came outside and began yelling at them and ignored several requests to lower his voice. An unknown male witness then approached the suspect and said, “Don’t ever talk to a woman like that again.”

Upon entering the establishment, police spoke to the victim and a witness, who both said the suspect was acting completely irate and wouldn’t stop screaming.

The victim told officers that she had several, prior encounters with the suspect when she asked him to leave the establishment, including this time when he grabbed her arm and bruised it. The victim said when she threatened the call the police on the suspect, he replied that he didn’t care and refused to leave.

The suspect was placed under arrest without incident for trespassing and being a disorderly person. He was then transported to District 4 headquarters, where he came limp and feigned sleep to avoid booking. The suspect then began kicking and screaming and was placed in a holding cell until he cooperated during the booking process.

Inconvenience plus

On Wednesday, March 28, at approximately 11:30 a.m., police responded to a radio call for a disturbance at Convenience Plus at 40 Worcester Square.

On arrival, officers spoke to the manager, who said three male suspects had acted aggressively when he asked them to leave the store. The manager provided police with a description of one man, whom he described as the main aggressor.

Outside the store, officers located two men, one of whom matched the description of the prime suspect in the incident. The suspect told police he had a disagreement with the manager when the man accused the suspect of stealing, even though the suspect said he was standing in line with the intention of paying for merchandise.

Delivery debacle

On Wednesday, March 28, at about 9:58 p.m., a victim approached officers to report he had just been the victim of an armed robbery at 10 Lattimore Court.

The victim, who works as a delivery driver for the Sunrise Chinese Food, told police he was making a delivery when two male suspects approached him inside the first-floor hallway and demanded all the victim’s money.

When the victim attempted to run away, he said a third male suspect pushed him against the wall and threatened the victim, although the suspect never displayed a weapon.

The suspects then robbed the victim of an Apple iPhone 7 and between $200-300 cash before fleeing out the back door.

The victim declined medical attention at the time of the report.

In the area of the crime scene, police observed two cameras. They searched the immediate vicinity for the suspects to no avail.

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