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Daily Log 06.17.2020


6/18/2020

Cambridge Police Daily Log; June 17, 2020

Type #
Date & Time

Info

06/17/202003:02
INCIDENT 20003760
ASSAULT TO ROB, ARMED C265 S18

JFK ST
A homeless female reported she was physically assaulted and robbed in a cemetery near Harvard Sq. She was transported to a local hospital for treatment of her injuries.

06/17/202008:45
INCIDENT 20003761
IDENTITY FRAUD

ATHENS ST
An Athens St. resident reported that an unknown person had used their personal information to open a wireless account and rent a motorcycle in another state.

06/17/202008:51
INCIDENT 20003762
B&E NIGHTTIME FOR FELONY C266 S16

BROADWAY
A construction worker reported that the door to the building they’re renovating had been kicked-in causing significant damage.

06/17/202009:07
INCIDENT 20003763
SHOPLIFTING BY ASPORTATION C266 S30A

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A Central Sq. business reported several instances of shoplifting by the same individual.

06/17/202010:10
INCIDENT 20003764
CREDIT CARD, LARCENY OF C266 S37B(B)

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A Cambridge resident reported their social security card had been stolen.

06/17/202011:22
INCIDENT 20003766
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

LOPEZ ST
A Lopez St. resident reported that their mountain bike had been stolen while locked in the front of their home.

06/17/202012:28
INCIDENT 20003767
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY -$1200, MALICIOUS C266 S12

HARVARD SQ
A worker from a local non-profit reported two instances of vandalism to a mural in Harvard Sq.

 

06/17/202014:29
INCIDENT 20003770
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

ROYAL AVE
A Royal Ave. resident reported that their motor vehicle had been damaged in a hit & run crash while it was parked on the street in front of their home.

06/17/202015:32
INCIDENT 20003773
EXTORTION BY THREAT OF INJURY C265 S25

NORFOLK ST
A Norfolk St. resident reported they’re being extorted through an online scam.

06/17/202015:37
INCIDENT 20003777
UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV C90 S10

FRESH POND PKWY
A Watertown resident will be summonsed for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Their license status was discovered during a traffic stop for speeding on Fresh Pond Pkwy.

06/17/202015:54
INCIDENT 20003774
ASSAULT W/DANGEROUS WEAPON C265 S15B

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A Medford resident flagged down a Cambridge Police cruiser in Central Sq. to report they’d been assaulted with a hypodermic syringe.

06/17/202016:18
INCIDENT 20003775
IDENTITY FRAUD

FRANCIS AVE
A Francis Ave resident reported an unknown person had used their identity to open a wireless account in their name.

06/17/202016:49
INCIDENT 20003778
A&B C265 S13A

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police observed a fight in progress in Carl Barron Plaza. Involved parties were separated and sent on their separate ways. A report was drafted.

06/17/202018:29
INCIDENT 20003779
LARCENY FROM BUILDING C266 S20

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A Massachusetts Avenue resident reported their bicycle had been stolen from inside their building.

06/17/202020:44
INCIDENT 20003783
LARCENY FROM PERSON C266 S25

RINDGE AVE
A Rindge Ave. resident reported their credit card was stolen from a Central Sq. business earlier in the evening. The card had since been used for two fraudulent transactions.

 

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