Daily Log 9.25.2019


9/26/2019

Cambridge Police Daily Log: September 25th, 2019

Type #
Date & Time

Info

09/25/2019 05:55
INCIDENT  19007016
MOTOR VEH, LARCENY OF C266 S28

SUNSET RD
Cambridge Police Officers responded to a residence on Sunset Road to take a report of a stolen motor vehicle.

09/25/2019 08:36
INCIDENT  19007017
A&B C265 S13A

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police were summoned to Mass. Ave. for a disturbance between two parties. One resident and a friend got into a physical altercation. The resident claims the friend would not leave. The friend claims the resident would not let her leave. Both parties claimed to have been assaulted by the other.

09/25/2019 11:18
INCIDENT  19007019
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

MARKET ST
A resident of West Hyannisport reported a hit and run to his motor vehicle. This occurred while parked at a convenience store located at Prospect and Broadway.

09/25/2019 12:38
ARREST  19007021
WARRANT ARREST REPORT

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Mary Florentino, 48, 240 Albany Street in Cambridge, was arrested due to having two warrants issued for her. The first warrant is issued out of Cambridge District Court for Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon. The second warrant is issued out of Cambridge District Court for Possession of Class B Drug.

09/25/2019 13:11
INCIDENT  19007026
MISC. REPORT TYPE

MAGAZINE ST
Cambridge Police responded to Magazine Street for a dispute between neighbors.

09/25/2019 15:09
INCIDENT  19007027
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

SOMERVILLE AVE
A Somerville resident reported the theft of her bicycle. Her bright teal mountain bike was stolen from the bike stand area outside of a store in Porter Square at approximately 5 a.m. Store surveillance cameras appear to have captured the incident.

09/25/2019 16:03
INCIDENT  19007028
A&B C265 S13A

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police documented a past assault and battery that occurred on Magazine Street.

09/25/2019 17:12
INCIDENT  19007029
SHOPLIFTING $250+ BY ASPORTATION C266 S30A

CAMBRIDGESIDE PL
A local retail establishment reported that a white male wearing a light gray hooded sweatshirt, backwards ball cap, gray shorts and grey and white sneakers, carrying a black bag entered the store at 05:14pm. While in the store the individual is seen removing security sensors using his teeth and placing the items into his bag and exiting the store without paying the monetary value of the products. The total loss was estimated to be $432.

09/25/2019 17:46
INCIDENT  19007030
SHOPLIFTING $250+ BY ASPORTATION C266 S30A

CAMBRIDGESIDE PL
A local retail establishment reported that on 9/23/19, a black male with light facial hair, wearing a black T-shirt with a white and gray logo in front, blue ripped jeans, black and white sneakers carrying a Marshall's reusable bag entered the store at 5:56 p.m. While in the store, the individual is seen walking to the first display case, continuously place piles of clothes into the bag and immediately exiting the store at 5:57 p.m. The total value was approximately $997.15.

09/25/2019 19:19
INCIDENT  19007031
LARCENY FROM BUILDING C266 S20

YORK ST
A Fitchburg resident reported the theft of his messenger bag. It had been taken from a common area while he was working at York Street this afternoon between 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. It contained his ID, credit and debit cards and work materials.

09/25/2019 21:00
INCIDENT  19007033
B&E MV / BOAT NIGHTTIME FOR FELONY C266 S16

FRANKLIN ST
Cambridge Police responded to Franklin Street in regards to a breaking and entering to a motor vehicle in progress. Upon arrival, officers observed a male restraining the Defendant (John Chute, 39, homeless) on the ground. Officers discovered that the boyfriend of the vehicle owner was about to run an errand when he noticed Chute in the front seat of his girlfriend's vehicle. Chute was rummaging around the interior of the vehicle with an open pocket knife on his lap. Chute then began to move towards the boyfriend in a threatening manner - the boyfriend then struck Chute in the face several times and held him down until police arrived. Chute was placed under arrest and he is being charged with one count of Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle, Nighttime for Felony.

09/25/2019 21:05
INCIDENT  19007034
ATTEMPT TO COMMIT CRIME C274 S6

MARKET ST
A Market Street resident reports that on 9/25/19 at approximately 8:30 a.m. he received a fraudulent email from a person whom he thought was the CEO of his company. This emailed requested that the victim purchase iTunes gift cards. The victim eventually realized that the email was not sent from the CEO of his company and that someone was attempting to scam him.


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