D-4 Police News
On Monday, Sept. 10, at 5:15 p.m., a victim entered the District 4 station and reported that he was the victim of a robbery outside Sonsie at 327 Newbury St.
Between midnight and 1 a.m., the victim said two unknown suspects approached him at that location and demanded all his belongings. The victim then handed over a backpack, a U.S. passport, a Global Entry card, a driver’s license, a boating license, two credit cards, a debit card, keys, an IPhone 10, a Swiss Army knife and $100 cash. No weapons were shown during the robbery.
At around 4:21 a.m., the suspects apparently charged $100 worth of merchandise on victim’s Chase debit card at CVS Pharmacy on Boylston Street, and at about 7 a.m., the same card was used at a McDonalds restaurant for an unknown amount.
The victim also canceled his credit cards, although no activity was reported on them.
Needle in a haystack
On Tuesday, Sept. 11, at around 10:10 p.m., an officer conducting an exterior sweep of the Southwest Corridor observed a female suspect sitting on a wall in the rear of 130 Dartmouth St. and approached her to ask her to leave the area because its private property when he noticed a bag of syringes.
The officer asked the woman if she is diabetic, and she responded she isn’t. The officer then observed one of the syringes was filled with a tan, powdered substance, as well as a capful of the same substance sitting next to a bottle of water.
When the officer asked what the syringes contained, the woman admitted the substance was heroin. The officer then placed the suspect in handcuffs.
The woman will be summonsed to court on charges of possession of a Class A substance.
Meanwhile, the syringes were disposed of in a sharps box, and the drugs were logged in as evidence.
On Sunday, Sept. 16, at around 6:06 p.m., an officer responded to a larceny report at Victoria’s Secret at 82 Newbury St.
Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the store manager who said two female suspects entered the store and stole between 60 and 80 bras before fleeing.
The manager followed the suspect outside, where he observed them enter a Honda Accord with tinted windows, which fled outbound on Newbury Street.
The manger provided the police with a surveillance video, as well as a photo of the getaway vehicle he took