Police Briefs 05-12-2016

D-4 Police News

Cashing out

On Wednesday, May 4, at around 2:41 p.m., police responded to a radio call for a robbery at Soodee, a women’s boutique at 170 Newbury St.

There, they spoke with the store’s owner, who said a male suspect, described as approximately 6-feet, 1-inch and 25 to 30 years old, came into the store accompanied by a female. He approached the counter and demanded money from an employee.

After the suspect said he wouldn’t hurt her if she complied, the employee handed $89 in the register over to him. The suspect and his accomplice then fled in an unknown direction.

The manager told police he would provide them with security footage of the robbery.

Officer searched the area for the suspects to no avail.

Not the golden ticket

On Friday, May 6, at approximately 8:30 p.m., an officer working the front desk at District 4 headquarters took a walk-in report from the female victim for an assault and battery that occurred at 562 Tremont St.

The victim, who works as a parking enforcement officer for the Boston Transportation Department, said she was attempting to place a citation on a brown 2015 Cadillac SRX at around 7:38 p.m., when two males approached her.

The first suspect, described as a male between 60 and 70 years old wearing a khaki-colored Member’s Only jacket, a green flowery shirt and khaki pants, shoved the victim’s right shoulder.

A moment later, the second suspect, described as a male between 65 and 70 years old and around 5-feet, 1-inch tall, shoved the victim, brushing her right breast with his hand. During the assault, a pair of purple sunglasses also fell from the victim’s pocket to the ground and were damaged.

Both suspect then got into the vehicle and fled in an unknown direction.

At the station, the victim showed no signs of injury and declined medical attention.

Wardrobe malfunction

On Sunday, May 8, at around 12:48 a.m., police responded to 15 Germaine St. for a report of a loud party.

On arrival, officers could see and hear signs of a party on the first floor of the building. They knocked on the apartment’s door and spoke with the suspect, who told them she lived there. The officers informed the suspect and her roommate that they had received multiple complaints about a loud party, and that they would have to ask their guests to leave. The suspect repeatedly asked officers who had made the complaints and became annoyed when they refused to answer the question.

“We’ll just turn it down, and you can leave,” the suspect said in a confrontational manner. “Oh, and could you tell the trash people to stop giving us violations for our garbage?”

Police informed the suspect they worked for the Boston Police Department, not employees of the city’s Public Works Department. One officer told the suspect that police had received multiple complaints about their household in recent months, and that he had personally responded to her address for complaints  in the past.

When the suspect and her roommate told officers they couldn’t enter the apartment, police told them that they would be subject to a court complaint and a city ordinance if they didn’t shut the party down.

One officer attempted to gain entry into the apartment to ask guests to leave, at which time the suspect put her hand on his chest to stop his forward motion. The officer instructed the suspect that she was assaulting him, and to remove her hand.

The officer then opened the door and set no more than a few paces inside before observing beer, bottles of alcohol and red cups strewn about the apartment. He informed the guests that the party was over, and it was time to leave.

As the officer exited the apartment, the suspect again became confrontational and said, “Are you going to write me a ticket? Can we just hurry this up, so you can leave?”

Meanwhile, none of the guests made an effort to depart, and police again told them to leave the premises. Officers then instructed the suspect and her roommate that they would be subject to arrest if their guests didn’t leave.

“Arrest me,” the suspect said as she extended her arms.

Officers complied with her wishes, placing her under arrest and transporting her to District 4 headquarters for booking.

Upon arriving at the station, police opened the back of the squad car and observed that the suspect’s shirt had fallen off her shoulders, exposing her bra. She asked officers to fix her shirt for her, but they refused. One officer then removed his jacket to cover the suspect.

Inside the station, the suspect was allowed to fix her shirt prior to being charged with assault and battery on a police officer and disturbing the peace. She and her roommate were also mailed a city ordinance for “disturbing the peace/noise.”

Dropped evidence

On Saturday, May 7, at around 6:45 p.m., officers from the Area D-4 Drug Unit were monitoring the area around the Boston Medical Center, where police have made numerous drug arrests.

Police observed the first suspect standing at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Albany Street as several people approached the suspect, and briefly interacted with him before walking away.

A second suspect then approached the first suspect outside of Cumberland Farms, and the two spoke. Police watched as the second suspect handed currency to the first before both men secreted themselves in a large group of people. The first suspect removed something from the back of his pants and handed it to the second suspect, before they went in separate directions.

Police followed the suspect to the corner of Albany and Northampton streets and identified themselves. When asked if he had met with anyone recently, the suspect replied that he meets with a lot of people.

Police described the apparent transaction with they witnessed and asked the suspect if he was in possession of any drugs.

“Search me,” the suspect replied as he placed his left hand behind his back.

When officers asked him to open his hand up, he did, revealing a plastic bag of what appeared to be cocaine. Police seized the drugs and read the suspect his rights. He told officers that he had purchased the drugs for $13 from the “kid with the ponytail at the store.”

Police entered the Cumberland Farms, placed the first suspect under arrest and seized a plastic, police seized an orange prescription bottle containing 14 pills and $13 from him. An additional $298 cash was also seized from the suspect. At the station, the first suspect became visibly agitated during the booking process, and police asked if he had any more drugs on him. The suspect then reached down the back of his pants and threw a napkin to the ground.  Inside was a plastic bag containing four smaller bags of what appeared to be cocaine, which was seized as evidence

BACK BAY KENMORE/FENWAY SOUTH END POLICE LOG

May 2

261 Dartmouth St. –  – Investigate Person

710 Boylston St. –  – Liquor – Drinking in Public; Trespassing

5 Dwight St. –  – Harassment

40 Hammond St. –  – Vandalism

Fairfield/Newbury streets – Vandalism

850 Harrison Ave. –  – Warrant Arrest

140 Clarendon St. –  – Verbal Dispute

Saint Botolph/West Newton streets – Vandalism

61 West Newton St. –  – Violation of Auto Law – Other

535 Boylston St. –  – Robbery – Bank

60 Hammond St. –  – Missing Person – Located

37 Newbury St, –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

Claremont/Wellington streets – Larceny – All Others

Boylston/Exeter streets – Property – Accidental Damage

24 Fenway –  – Harassment

874 Harrison Ave. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

535 Boylston St. –  – Stolen Property – Buying/Receiving/Possessing

93 Newbury St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

4 Yawkey Way –  – Property – Lost

Massachusetts Avenue/Melnea Cass Boulevard –  – Trespassing

28 Exeter St. –  – Assault Simple – Battery

270 Commonwealth Ave. – Property – Lost

 

May 3

155 Northampton St. – Robbery – Street

135 West Concord St. – Larceny – Theft of Bicycle

794 Massachusetts Ave. – Investigate Person

96 West Springfield St. – Investigate Person

122 Newbury St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

Albany Street/Massachusetts Avenue – Larceny – All Others

685 Tremont St. –  – Disorderly Conduct

374 Commonwealth Ave. – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

860 Harrison Ave. –  – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

1250 Boylston St. –  – Threats to Do Bodily Harm

41 Edgerly Road –  – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

1 Saint George St. –  – Animal Control – Dog Bites – etc.

Tremont/Worcester streets – Motor Vehicle Accident – Personal Injury

240 Newbury St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

329 Huntington Ave. – Assault Simple – Battery

18 Haviland St. –  – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

363 Massachusetts Ave. – Trespassing

850 Harrison Ave. –  – Verbal Dispute

 

May 4

196 Commonwealth Ave. – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person, Verbal Dispute

97 Waltham St. –  – Vandalism

Harrison/Massachusetts avenues – Assault – Aggravated – Battery

Commonwealth Avenue/Gloucester Street – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

388 Commonwealth Ave. – Investigate Person

222 Newbury St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

7 Blackwood St. –  – Missing Person – Located

170 Newbury St. –  – Robbery – Commercial

73 Newbury St. –  – Threats to Do Bodily Harm

18 Belvidere St. –  – Assault – Aggravated – Battery

2 Lattimore Court –  – Fraud – False Pretense/Scheme

Burbank Street/Edgerly Road – Investigate Person

1640 Washington St. – Death Investigation

497 Boylston St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

39 Peterborough St. –  – Sudden Death

106 Camden St. –  – Investigate Person

Harrison Avenue/Northampton Street – Larceny – All Others

841 Boylston St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

780 Albany St. –  – Assault – Aggravated – Battery; Assault Simple – Battery

801 Massachusetts Ave. – Assault Simple – Battery

 

May 5

20 East Lenox St. –  – Assault – Aggravated – Battery

577 Massachusetts Ave. – Missing Person

3 Douglass Park –  – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

29 Queensberry St. –  – Verbal Dispute

316 Huntington Ave. – Larceny – All Others

285 Columbus Ave. –  – Property – Accidental Damage

800 Boylston St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

1330 Boylston St. –  – Credit Card/ATM Fraud

400 Tremont St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

431 Columbus Ave. –  – Towed Motor Vehicle

119 Marlborough St. – Motor Vehicle Accident – Other

840 Harrison Ave. –  – Report Affecting Other Departments

82 Newbury St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

830 Harrison Ave. –  – Motor Vehicle Accident – Leaving Scene – Property Damage

61 Arlington St. –  – Robbery – Bank

500 Harrison Ave. –  – Investigate Person

60 Kilmarnock St. –  – Forgery/Counterfeiting

16 Clarendon St. –  – Towed Motor Vehicle

285 Huntington Ave. – Property – Accidental Damage

59 Worcester St. –  – Investigate Person

145 Dartmouth St. –  – Fraud – False Pretense/Scheme

9 Appleton St. –  – Threats to Do Bodily Harm

285 Huntington Ave. – Property – Accidental Damage

285 Huntington Ave. – Property – Accidental Damage

1330 Boylston St. –  – Property – Found

10 Huntington Ave. –  – Threats to Do Bodily Harm

1771 Washington St. – Affray

 

May 6

369 Huntington Ave. – Verbal Dispute

465 Huntington Ave. – Property – Lost

390 Beacon St. –  – Violation of Auto Law – Operating After Revocation/Suspension

Aguadilla/West Brookline streets – Weapon – Firearm – Carrying / Possessing, etc.

66 Chandler St. –  – Property – Lost

562 Tremont St. –  – Assault Simple – Battery; Indecent Assault and Battery

Berkeley/Newbury streets – Motor Vehicle Accident – Leaving Scene – Property Damage

1603 Washington St. – Property – Found

197 Massachusetts Ave. – Larceny – Shoplifting

Boylston/Cambria streets – Property – Accidental Damage

29 Queensberry St. –  – Assault Simple – Battery

700 Commonwealth Ave. – Larceny – All Others

89 Worcester St. –  – Property – Accidental Damage

587 Boylston St. –  – Credit Card/ATM Fraud; Stolen Property – Buying/Receiving/Possessing

1603 Washington St. – Larceny – Shoplifting

29 Queensberry St. –  – Assault – Simple, Assault Simple – Battery

1640 Washington St – D4 – Investigate Person

52 Charlesgate East –  – Property – Lost

Berkeley Street/Columbus Avenue – Vandalism

520 Newbury St. – Vandalism

63 Burbank St. –  – Larceny – Theft of Bicycle

73 Hemenway St. –  – Investigate Person

Berkeley Street/Columbus Avenue – Violation of Auto Law – Other

Columbus Avenue/Dartmouth Street – Property – Found

 

May 7

15 Saint Germain St. – Assault Simple – Battery; Disturbing the Peace

111 Gainsborough St. – Larceny – All Others

15 Waltham St. –  – Larceny – All Others

619 Massachusetts Ave. – Fraud – False Pretense/Scheme

100 Huntington Ave. – Larceny – Shoplifting

1387 Washington St. – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

32 Gloucester St. –  – Violation of Auto Law – Operating After Revocation/Suspension; Violation of Auto Law – Other

310 Massachusetts Ave. – Larceny – Pick-pocket

700 Boylston St. –  – Larceny – All Others

72 Brookline Ave. –  – License Premise Violation

700 Boylston St. –  – Larceny – All Others

66 Fenway –  – Assault Simple – Battery

431 Columbus Ave. –  – Towed Motor Vehicle

760 Boylston St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

535 Columbus Ave. –  –

15 Arlington St. –  – Property – Found

Arlington/Providence streets – Vandalism

32 Exeter St. – D4 – Fraud – Wire

357 Beacon St. –  – Towed Motor Vehicle

367 Beacon St. –  – Towed Motor Vehicle

180 Shawmut Ave. –  – Death Investigation

800 Boylston St. –  – Larceny – Theft 0f Bicycle

273 East Berkeley St. – Towed Motor Vehicle

20 Yawkey Way –  – Towed Motor Vehicle

40 Berkeley St. –  – Property – Lost

52 Gainsborough St – . – Assault Simple – Battery

Greenwich/Warwick streets – Violation of Auto Law – Operating After Revocation/Suspension; Warrant Arrest

130 Dartmouth St. –  – Violation of Auto Law – Operating After Revocation/Suspension; Val – Violation of Auto Law – Other

 

May 8

9 Trotter Court –  – Assault – Aggravated – Battery

306 Dartmouth St. –  – Trespassing

647 Boylston St. –  – Larceny – Shoplifting

333 Commonwealth Ave. – Trespassing

100 Huntington Ave. – Larceny – Shoplifting

1409 Washington St. – Investigate Person

137 Northampton St. – Vandalism

Berkeley Street/Saint James Avenue – Investigate Property

147 Massachusetts Ave. – Larceny – Theft of Bicycle

363 Albany St. –  – Trespassing

100 Huntington Ave. – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

529 Beacon St. –  – Verbal Dispute

43 Dwight St. –  – Verbal Dispute

40 Symphony Road –  – Verbal Dispute

116 Saint Stephen St. – Robbery – Street

I1365 Beacon St. –  – Assault Simple – Battery

Albany Street/Massachusetts Avenue – Assault – Aggravated – Battery

587 Boylston St. –  – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person

350 Harrison Ave. –  – Verbal Dispute

219 Columbus Ave. –  – Firearm/Weapon – Found or Confiscated

90 Exeter St. –  – Assault – Aggravated

1260 Boylston St. –  – Auto Theft

 

May 9

108 Hammond St. –  – Operating After Revocation/Suspension; Violation of Auto Law – Operating Unregistered/Uninsured  Car; Violation Of Auto Law – Other

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