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Daily Log 10.5.2020


10/6/2020

Cambridge Police Daily Log: October 5th, 2020

Type #
Date & Time

Info

10/05/202001:04
INCIDENT 20006681-1
THREAT TO COMMIT CRIME C275 S2

AUBURN PK
Cambridge Police responded to the area of Auburn Park for a report of a person making threats. The suspect was known to the resident and was gone upon police arrival.

10/05/202001:25
INCIDENT 20006682-1
ASSAULT W/DANGEROUS WEAPON C265 S15B

NEW ST
Cambridge Police responded to the New Street side of Danehy Park to meet with a 22-year-old male, who
reported he was assaulted and stabbed on the Alewife Brook Parkway Bridge sometime after midnight. Officers and medics arrived on scene to evaluate the victim, who appeared to sustain minor superficial wounds to the ears and lip.

10/05/202008:02
INCIDENT 20006683-1
B&E MV IN DAYTIME OR NIGHTTIME FOR MISDEMEANOR C26

DANA ST
A resident reported her motor vehicle was broken into overnight.

10/05/202008:38
INCIDENT 20006684-1
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

HARVARD ST
A resident of Cambridge woman reports her bicycle was stolen from her parking lot in the 100 block of Harvard Street.

10/05/202008:51
INCIDENT 20006685-1
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP, FALSE IDENTITY FOR C151A S47

ROOSEVELT TOWERS
A resident of Roosevelt Towers reports that an unknown person(s) filed for unemployment benefits under his name. He has filed a fraud claim with the Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance.

10/05/202010:26
INCIDENT 20006687-1
CREDIT CARD FRAUD UNDER $1200 C266 S37B(G)

PRENTISS ST
A resident of Prentiss Street reported she received a bogus Department of Unemployment debit card in the mail.

10/05/202010:37
INCIDENT 20006688-1
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP, FALSE IDENTITY FOR C151A S47

CONCORD TPKE
A Concord Turnpike resident was the victim of an unemployment scam.

10/05/202010:45
INCIDENT 20006689-1
IDENTITY FRAUD

KIRKLAND ST
A Cambridge woman reports her personal identifying information had been used fraudulently to open credit in her name.

10/05/202011:30
INCIDENT 20006690-1
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP, FALSE IDENTITY FOR C151A S47

COGSWELL AVE
A Cogswell Avenue resident was the victim of an unemployment scam.

10/05/202013:18
INCIDENT 20006694-1
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

MT AUBURN ST
A resident of New Jersey reported his motor vehicle was damaged while parked on Putnam Avenue.

10/05/202016:14
INCIDENT 20006699-1
A&B C265 S13A

PLYMPTON ST
Cambridge Police documented a past assault after a road rage incident occurred on Massachusetts Avenue.

10/05/202016:24
INCIDENT 20006701-1

MT AUBURN ST
Cambridge Police documented a criminal harassment situation that occurred on Mount Auburn Street.

10/05/202017:14
INCIDENT 20006700-1
LARCENY FROM BUILDING C266 S20

BELMONT ST
A Cambridge resident reported the theft of some mail. The victim alleges that the landlord of her building stole mail from her as part of an attempt to evict her.

10/05/202017:14
INCIDENT 20006702-1
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP, FALSE IDENTITY FOR C151A S47

SOUTH NORMANDY AVE
Cambridge Police documented an identity fraud situation for a South Normandy Avenue resident.

10/05/202017:50
INCIDENT 20006703-1

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police responded to a Massachusetts Avenue convenience store for a report of an unidentified male who knocked over multiple shelves of merchandise and threatened store employees after a disagreement over a lighter. A report was taken.

10/05/202018:10
INCIDENT 20006705-1
SHOPLIFTING BY ASPORTATION C266 S30A

CAMBRIDGESIDE PL
Cambridge Police responded to a CambridgeSide Place business for a report of a shoplifting in progress. A description of the suspect was given to officers and a suspect matching the description was stopped and identified. Due to the party's close proximity to the crime scene as well as matching the description, officers conducted a search of the party's belongings. Officers discovered several pairs of women's athletic pants with the electronic monitoring device still attached, several bottles of unopened perfume, and the suspect was unable to produce a receipt. After investigation, a resident of Boston was summonsed to Cambridge District Court for Shoplifting by Asportation.

10/05/202018:19
INCIDENT 20006704-1
LARCENY FROM BUILDING C266 S20

CAMBRIDGEPARK DR
Cambridge Police documented a past larceny that occurred on Cambridgepark Drive.

10/05/202019:46
INCIDENT 20006709-1
B&E MV IN DAYTIME OR NIGHTTIME FOR MISDEMEANOR C26

PROSPECT ST
A resident of Cambridge reports her vehicle was broken into and some items had been taken.

10/05/202019:57
INCIDENT 20006710-1
MOTOR VEH, MALICIOUS DAMAGE TO C266 S28

PLEASANT ST
Cambridge Police documented a past instance of malicious damage to a motor vehicle that occurred on Pleasant Street.


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