On Monday, April 1, at around 4:30 a.m., police responded to a call to investigate a person at a commercial building at 10 St. James Ave.
Earlier in their shift, officers had received two separate radio calls involving the same suspect at that location, and following the second incident, security guards issued a no-trespass order to the suspect.
Police read the suspect his Miranda rights, placed him under arrest for trespassing and transported him to D-4 headquarters for booking.
The suspect is scheduled to appear in Boston Municipal Court.
On Monday, April 1, at about 4:50 p.m., officers responded to a radio call for suspected fraud at the Sprint store at 422 Boylston St.
On arrival, the victim told police he had closed his account there in November, but his social security was used to open an account the following month. The victim added that he hasn’t been charged any money, and that the account was been paid to date.
In order to cancel the account, the victim was advised that he needed to complete a police report.
Sneaky sneaker salesperson
On Tuesday, April 2, at approximately 2 p.m., police responded to a radio call for a larceny at Niketown at 200 Newbury St.
Upon arrival, officers spoke to the loss prevention specialist who said an employee had been stealing from the store by filing fraudulent refunds from November of 2018 until last month totaling $2,897. He also the store has computer records and security records of the fraudulent refunds.