Daily Log 6.29.2022

Cambridge Police Daily Log: June 29th, 2022

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Date & Time

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06/29/202201:06
INCIDENT22004640
ROBBERY, ARMED C265 S17

BROADWAY
Cambridge Police responded to a call at the intersection of Broadway and Inman Street for a report of a robbery.

06/29/202205:55
INCIDENT22004641
RESPONSE FOR MEDICAL AID

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police responded to the area of Massachusetts Avenue for a report of a motor vehicle crash.

06/29/202208:35
INCIDENT22004647
MISC. REPORT TYPE

LAKEVIEW AVE
Cambridge Police responded to a disturbance in the 200 block of Lakeview Drive.

06/29/202209:03
ARREST22004644
WARRANT ARREST REPORT


Members of the Cambridge Police, US Marshal Fugitive Task Force, and the Mass State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section responded to Washington Street in Somerville to execute a warrant out of Cambridge District Court for the charges of Assault to Murder and Trafficking Cocaine for Zachary Buchheit, 18, 38 Browning Road in Somerville.

06/29/202209:03
INCIDENT22004645
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

HASKELL ST
Two bikes were stolen from the backyard of a Haskell Street residence.

06/29/202209:49
INCIDENT22004648
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

HANCOCK ST
A Hancock resident reports that someone hit his car and did not leave any information for crash purposes.

06/29/202210:01
INCIDENT22004649
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

SHERMAN ST
A Cambridge resident had her car hit and damaged while parked on Stearns Street.

06/29/202210:14
INCIDENT22004651
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

FIRST ST
A Woburn residents car got hit and damaged while parked on Spring Street.

06/29/202210:25
INCIDENT22004652
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

FRANKLIN ST
A Cambridge resident reports that someone did use her credit card without her authority.

06/29/202211:42
INCIDENT22004653
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

HADLEY ST
A bicycle was stolen from a Hadley Street residence.

06/29/202213:45
INCIDENT22004657
ATTEMPT TO COMMIT CRIME C274 S6

MT AUBURN ST
Cambridge Police responded to the area of Mount Auburn Street and Sparks Street for a report of a larceny in progress.

06/29/202214:03
INCIDENT22004656
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

PUTNAM AVE
A Putnam Avenue resident had his bike tires stolen while locked up in Central Square.

06/29/202214:50
ARREST22004658
WARRANT ARREST REPORT

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Joel Perez, 39, Florida, was placed under arrest for warrants out of Taunton District Court for driving offenses.

06/29/202215:09
INCIDENT22004660
LARCENY OVER $1200 BY FALSE PRETENSE C266 S34

LANCASTER ST
Cambridge Police documented an identity theft report that occurred on Lancaster Street.

06/29/202215:12
INCIDENT22004661
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police documented a larceny report that occurred on Monsignor O'Brien Highway.

06/29/202215:35
INCIDENT22004659
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

ALEWIFE BROOK PKWY
Cambridge Police responded to an Alewife Brook Parkway Towing company for the report of a motor vehicle that was taken without the service fees paid for.

06/29/202216:22
INCIDENT22004663
CRIMINAL HARASSMENT

CONCORD AVE
Cambridge Police documented a harassment report that took place at a residence on Concord Ave.

06/29/202216:25
INCIDENT22004662
ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

FRESH POND PKWY
Units responded to the intersection of Fresh Pond Parkway and Mt. Auburn Street for a report of a disturbance.

06/29/202218:25
INCIDENT22004665
IDENTITY FRAUD

RIVER ST
Cambridge Police documented fraudulent activity that occurred on River Street.

06/29/202218:34
INCIDENT22004666
DISORDERLY CONDUCT C272 S53

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Christopher Hagins, 42, homeless out of Cambridge, and Robert Templehof, 53, 824 Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, were placed under arrest for Disorderly Conduct. Officers observed what appeared to be a heated argument between Hagins and Templehof in Carl Barron Plaza. Both males were yelling racial profanities towards each other causing a large crowd to gather around them. One bystander tried to intervene to deescalate the argument, but this only cause the two males to become more aggressive. As the argument progressed, Hagins began swinging a metal tray around almost striking several bystanders. Templehof then picked up a walking cane from the park bench and started swinging it towards Hagins. When Templehof started to swing the cane, Hagins dropped the metal tray and ripped a plant out of the ground and held it over his head as if he was going to throw it at Templehof. At this point, officers intervened and had both males drop the items they were holding. Officers tried to deescalate the incident and send both males their separate ways, but they refused. At this point, it became clear to officers that this reckless behavior would not stop and both males were placed under arrest for disorderly conduct.

06/29/202219:14
INCIDENT22004668
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

KINNAIRD ST
Cambridge Police documented a hit and run of property damage that occurred on Kinnaird Street.

06/29/202220:00
INCIDENT22004669
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police documented a larceny report that took place on Massachusetts Avenue.

06/29/202222:51
INCIDENT22004670
DANGEROUS WEAPON, CARRY C269 S10

PORTLAND ST
A Cambridge resident was charged with illegal possession of a Taser.

06/29/202223:38
INCIDENT22004671
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police responded to the 400 block of Mass Ave for a person who had their cell phone stolen.

 

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