Police Briefs 06-27-2019

Is There a Doctor In The House?

On Monday, June 17, at about 2:21 a.m., police responded to a radio call to investigate a person/harassment report at CVS Pharmacy at 587 Boylston St.

Upon arrival, officers spoke to an employee, who said the suspect came into the door claiming to be a doctor and stated that he had purchased medical socks, which turned out to be damaged. The suspect requested $2 off his purchase before behaving rudely towards the employee.

A pharmacy clerk told police she has observed the suspect poke holes in items or select damaged goods in an effort to get a rain check or a discount. The clerk said she has asked the suspect to leave the store because they “do not want his business.”

The suspect left the area at the urging of police.

Have a Drink On Her

On Tuesday, June 18, at around 8:30 p.m., a male entered District 4 headquarters to report that he was a victim of vandalism.

The man told police that around 15 minutes earlier, he was backing his car out a parking space at 164 Newbury St. when another vehicle driven by a female suspect drove close to the victim’s vehicle. When the victim honked at the suspect and told her to watch out for other vehicles, the suspect began yelling and swearing at him before throwing a cup of iced tea at the victim’s vehicle.

The victim said he began following the suspect, who then exited her silver BMW X3 and began hitting the victim’s vehicle. This resulted in damage to the vehicle, whose interior was also left wet from the discarded iced tea.

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