Police Briefs 06-26-2018

Beacon Hill Beat

From Boston Police Area A-1

Larceny from Motor Vehicle

06/13/18 – A victim parked his 2016 Ford Fusion on Charles Street at around 8:30 p.m. on June 12, but when he returned to the vehicle at 1 a.m., the front passenger’s side window was broken and a backpack with a MacBook Pro charger and Nintendo Switch with games was stolen.


Breaking and Entering – Motor Vehicle 

06/13/18 – At about 2:51 a.m., officers responded to a call for a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle call on Pinckney Street. On arrival, police found a 2017 Chevrolet Equinox with a broken front window. A witness provided a description of a male suspect who was spotted running away. After a brief foot chase, the suspect was apprehended on Hancock Street and charged with breaking and entering of a motor vehicle at nighttime and trespassing.


Tip jar stolen


P.O.’s responded to Beacon St. and Charles St. for a Larceny in progress. On arrival a witness had subdued the male suspect and were holding him down. The suspect had .stolen a tip jar from a street performer ( violin player)  and fled before being tackled by the witness. The suspect bit the witness on the forearm in the scuffle on the ground in an attempt to get away. Witness treated by EMS and transported to Tufts Medical Center. Suspect charged with Unarmed Robbery, Aggravated A&B and Disorderly.


Burglary/ Commercial


P.O. responded to a Charles St. coffee shop for a report of the front glass door broken. The door had been smashed in with a brick and apparent suspect entered the building. On scene the video surveillance system was running and the officers observed the male suspect enter and steal 2 tip jars from the front counter; while leaving the suspect cut himself on the glass door. Description was broadcasted and the suspect was apprehended on the Boston Common. Store shift leader on scene to secure building and confirmed that the 2 tip jars were on the counter.

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