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Daily Log 06.29.2020


6/30/2020

CPD Daily Log: June 29, 2020

Type #
Date & Time

Info

06/29/202006:29
INCIDENT 20004089
UNFOUNDED REPORT

HOMER AVE
A Homer Ave resident contacted police believing their vehicle might’ve been stolen. The vehicle was found parked a short distance away.

06/29/202008:18
INCIDENT 20004090
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

BENT ST
A Third St resident reported that their vehicle was damaged in a hit and run crash while parked on Bent St.

06/29/202009:43
INCIDENT 20004091
WIT/JUROR/POL/COURT OFFICIAL, INTIMIDATE C268 S13B

ALBANY ST
A homeless person contacted police regarding possible witness intimidation.

06/29/202010:30
INCIDENT 20004092
A&B C265 S13A

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A homeless person reported that they’d been assaulted by an unknown individual after asking them for a cigarette.

06/29/202011:13
INCIDENT 20004094
LARCENY FROM BUILDING C266 S20

BAY STATE RD
A Cambridge resident reported that a bicycle had been stolen from the garage area of their building.

06/29/202011:40
INCIDENT 20004095

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Police responded to Central Square for a larceny in progress.

06/29/202013:49
INCIDENT 20004099
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A Boston resident reported that a bicycle was stolen from the bike rack on Mass Ave.

06/29/202014:01
INCIDENT 20004102
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP, FALSE IDENTITY FOR C151A S47

FAYERWEATHER ST
A Fayerweather St. resident reported an unknown person filed a false unemployment claim by using their personal information without their consent or knowledge.

06/29/202015:08
INCIDENT 20004103
TRAFFIC INVESTIGATIONS

CHILTON ST
Police responded to Chilton St. on a report that a parked vehicle had been struck. Both involved vehicles and their owners were identified. CPD assisted with a paperwork exchange and a report was taken to document the incident.

06/29/202015:35
INCIDENT 20004105
CRIMINAL HARASSMENT

PUTNAM AVE
A Cambridge resident reported being harassed and threatened by multiple individuals through Facebook messenger.

06/29/202015:38
INCIDENT 20004104
MISC. REPORT TYPE

MARCELLA ST
Police responded to Marcella St for a report of a found body part. After a brief investigation it was deemed that the possible body part was in fact a "prop" and not an actual body part.

06/29/202019:29
INCIDENT 20004108
ASSAULT C265 S13A

HARVARD SQ
Police responded to Harvard Sq. for a report of a fight. Upon arrival police spoke a female victim who was struck in the face and had her purse taken.

06/29/202019:59
INCIDENT 20004109
SHOTSPOTTER ACTIVATION

HARVARD ST
Police responded to Harvard St. for a reported ShotSpotter activation. The cause of the activation was later determined to be fireworks.

06/29/202022:37
INCIDENT 20004111-1
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

RINDGE AVE
Police responded to a Rindge Ave residence on a past larceny.

06/29/202023:39
INCIDENT 20004114
UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV C90 S10

CHERRY ST
Police responded to the area of Cherry St. and Washington St. for reports of fireworks being set off from a motor vehicle. Officers stopped the involved vehicle. A Somerville resident will be summonsed to Cambridge District Court on charges of Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Unlawful Possession of Fireworks.

06/29/202023:52
INCIDENT 20004112
COUNTERFEIT DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIBUTE C94C S32G

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A Fitchburg resident will be summonsed to Cambridge District Court on charges of Shoplifting and Possession of a Counterfeit Drug with Intent to Distribute. The male was stopped by police while attempting to steal products from a Central Square business. During the encounter, the male dropped a sandwich bag containing a white powder substance. After being read his Miranda Warning, the male told officers the bag contained crushed anxiety medication that he intended to sell on the street.

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