Daily Log 6.30.2022

Cambridge Police Daily Log: June 30th, 2022

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06/30/202201:03
INCIDENT22004672-1
OUI-LIQUOR C90 S24

HARVARD ST
Cambridge Police arrested Feng Lang, 61, 30 Stone Crest Drive in Braintree, for Operating Under the Influence of Liquor and Marked Lanes Violation. At approximately 1 a.m., Cambridge Police responded to the intersection of Prospect St. and Harvard St. for a motor vehicle crash involving two vehicles. Upon arrival to the scene, we met with the operators of the vehicles and a witness. Lang was still in his vehicle sitting in the driver's seat with the engine running. After briefly speaking with Lang, a heavy odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected emanating from Lang's breath. His eyes were red and glassy, and Lang was slurring his speech. Lang was extremely unsteady on his feet after he exited the vehicle and throughout the investigation. Lang was placed under arrest following Standardized Field Sobriety Tests.

06/30/202201:42
ARREST22004673-1
WARRANT ARREST REPORT

MT AUBURN ST
Cambridge Police responded to the Harvard Square hotel for an individual who called asking to speak to police officers in person. On arrival, he was positively identified as William Thoresen, 32, 154 Groton Road in Shirley, had warrants out of Cambridge District Court and he was arrested for Disorderly Conduct and False Fire Alarm.

06/30/202209:06
INCIDENT22004676-1
UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV C90 S10

GREEN ST
Cambridge Police arrested Rafael Ortiz, 48, 11 Wardman Road in Boston, after officers observed him operating a motor vehicle and failure to stop at a stop sign. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that Ortiz was operating the motor vehicle with no license. Ortiz was arrested and charged with Failure to Stop and Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

06/30/202209:24
INCIDENT22004678-1
MISC. REPORT TYPE

BROADWAY
Cambridge Police responded to Broadway Street and Portland Street for a report of a motor vehicle crash with a bicyclist. The bicyclist was given a written warning citation. They refused medical attention.

06/30/202209:34
INCIDENT22004679-1
VANDALIZE PROPERTY C266 S126A

MT AUBURN ST
Cambridge Police officers took a report for vandalism over the phone.

06/30/202209:44
INCIDENT22004680-1
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

HARVARD ST
Cambridge Police officers took a report for larceny.

06/30/202211:44
INCIDENT22004681-1
MISC. REPORT TYPE

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police were called for a possible senior scam in progress.

06/30/202212:01
INCIDENT22004682-1
IDENTITY FRAUD

AMES ST
Cambridge Police officers took a report for identity fraud over the phone.

06/30/202212:33
INCIDENT22004683-1
LARCENY OVER $1200 C266 S30

FLORENCE ST
A report was received from the Waltham Police Department regarding unauthorized purchase activity on the financial accounts of one of their residents. The activity was believed to have taken place in the City of Cambridge.

06/30/202215:59
INCIDENT22004684-1
OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE, IMPROPER * C90 S16

CHURCHILL AVE
A Cambridge resident was issued a summons for Wanton Destruction of Property, Fail to Stop for Police, Speeding Greater than Posted Speed Limit, and a Bus Lane Restriction. Cambridge officers were conducting bus lane enforcement in the area of Massachusetts Avenue and Churchill Avenue. They observed a motor vehicle traveling westbound on Massachusetts Avenue in the lane restricted for Bus Only or right turn onto Churchill Avenue. The motor vehicle continued straight on Massachusetts Avenue in the restricted bus lane. Officers attempted to stop the motor vehicle in front of the 2500 block of Massachusetts Avenue and the operator drove around officers and failed to stop, continuing in the restricted lane past Richard Avenue. The motor vehicle attempted to turn right onto Newman Street and collided into the residence granite and cedar fence at the corner.

06/30/202216:30
INCIDENT22004685-1
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A Franklin Street resident reported that while in Central Square their keys were stolen.

06/30/202217:19
LOST PROPERTY22004688-1
LARCENY FROM PERSON C266 S25

BROADWAY
Cambridge Police responded to the 300 block of Broadway for the report of a stolen bag.

06/30/202217:29
INCIDENT22004689-1
B&E MV IN DAYTIME OR NIGHTTIME FOR MISDEMEANOR C26

CRESCENT ST
A Natick resident reported a wallet stolen from their vehicle, while the vehicle was parked on Crescent St. No sign(s) for forced entry or damage; the vehicle was believed to have been left unlocked.

06/30/202217:48
INCIDENT22004692-1
B&E DAYTIME FOR FELONY C266 S18

WENDELL ST
Officers responded to Wendell Street for a past breaking and entering to a residence.

06/30/202218:36
INCIDENT22004693-1
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police responded to Massachusetts Avenue for a report of a larceny.

06/30/202219:16
INCIDENT22004694-1
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

HAMPSHIRE ST
A Hampshire Street resident reported an unlocked moped stolen from his driveway.

06/30/202219:48
INCIDENT22004696-1
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

FRESH POND PKWY
A Fresh Pond Parkway resident reported an unlocked bike stolen from the rear of their home.

06/30/202220:36
INCIDENT22004698-1
ACCOST/ANNOY PERSON OF OPPOSITE SEX C272 S53

BROOKLINE ST
Cambridge Police responded to Brookline Street and Tudor Street for an individual harassing passerbys. Subsequently, the involved individual was transported to a local medical facility.

06/30/202222:29
INCIDENT22004701-1
WARRANT ARREST REPORT

CAMBRIDGE ST
Cambridge Police responded to a residence on the 900 block of Cambridge Street for a report of a disturbance. As a result of this response, Mark Lafountain, 40, 962 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, was placed under arrest for warrants out of Orange District Court and East Brookfield District Court.


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