Daily Log 10.21.2021


10/22/2021

Cambridge Police Daily Log: October 21st, 2021

Type #
Date & Time

Info

10/21/202101:32
INCIDENT 21007662
MISC. REPORT TYPE

FOLLEN ST
Cambridge Police and Harvard University Police responded to a Cambridge residence to check on the well-being of a party.

10/21/202108:11
INCIDENT 21007663
LARCENY FROM BUILDING C266 S20

CAMBRIDGE ST
A resident of Cambridge called Teleserve and reported an unknown suspect broke into a locked storage area of her apartment building and stole her bicycle. The resident states the larceny occurred sometime between 10/20/21 at 9 a.m. and 10/20/21 at 6 p.m. The bicycle is worth $700.

10/21/202109:15
ARREST 21007664-1
WARRANT ARREST REPORT

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police responded to a Massachusetts Avenue gymnasium and placed Julio Pereira, 42, 120 Rindge Avenue in Cambridge, under arrest for a warrant issued out of Somerville District Court for Larceny Over $1200.

10/21/202109:28
INCIDENT 21007665
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

HARVARD ST
A resident of Brighton states an unknown suspect stole his bicycle from where he secured it on Harvard Street in Cambridge. The resident states on 10/20/2021 at 6 p.m., he locked his bicycle to a street sign on Harvard Street and noticed it was stolen from that location on 10/21/2021 at 9:15 a.m. The bike is worth $300.

10/21/202110:16
INCIDENT 21007666
STOP/YIELD, FAIL TO * C89 S9

THIRD ST
An Officer observed a green Toyota Prius operating on Third Street fail to stop at a four-way stop sign; the operator of the Toyota had a cell phone in his hand up to his face and looking at the screen. The driver – Ricardo Vas, 37, 52 Greendale in Everett – was arrested after it was determined he had a warrant out of Cambridge District Court for Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended License. He was also charged with Failure to Stop and Sending/Reading an Electronic Message.

10/21/202112:56
INCIDENT 21007672
LARCENY FROM BUILDING C266 S20

SOMERVILLE AVE
ECC dispatched CPD units to Somerville Avenue on an attempted larceny from a building.

10/21/202113:33
INCIDENT 21007673
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

WALDEN ST
A resident of Cambridge called Teleserve to report that an unknown suspect stole her daughter's bicycle from her fenced in backyard. The resident states the larceny occurred sometime between 10/21/2021 at 8:30 a.m. and 10/21/2021 at 1:20 p.m. The bike is worth $450.

10/21/202114:35
INCIDENT 21007676
B&E MV IN DAYTIME OR NIGHTTIME FOR MISDEMEANOR C26

DANA ST
A resident of Cambridge called the CPD Teleserve to report that a suspect broke into her vehicle, stole her wallet, and used her debit card to withdraw $500 in cash from an ATM. The resident states the incident occurred sometime between 10/20/2021 at 2 p.m. and 10/21/2021 at 11 a.m.

10/21/202115:50
INCIDENT 21007679
IDENTITY FRAUD

EARHART ST
An Earhart Street resident reported being the victim of identity fraud.

10/21/202116:16
INCIDENT 21007683
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

ALEWIFE BROOK PKWY
A Mass Ave. resident reported that while her daughter's vehicle was parked unattended in a Mall parking lot, it was struck and damaged by an unknown operator/vehicle.

10/21/202116:45
INCIDENT 21007681
ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

SCIENCE PK
Cambridge Police Department assisted the Cambridge Fire Department and Pro EMS with a birth of a child.

10/21/202118:26
TRAFFIC 21007688
MISC. REPORT TYPE

BELMONT ST
An operator of a motor vehicle ran over 38-year-old resident’s foot on Belmont Street near Cushing Street. The pedestrian was transported to a local hospital with an ankle injury. The operator of the vehicle was identified.

10/21/202119:46
INCIDENT 21007686
TRAFFIC INVESTIGATIONS

PROSPECT ST
ECC dispatched CPD units to Prospect Street for a motor vehicle crash with no injuries.

10/21/202121:26
INCIDENT 21007689
LEAVE SCENE OF PERSONAL INJURY C90 S24

CAMBRIDGE ST
Cambridge Police responded to the 1000 block of Cambridge Street for a report of a hit and run with possible injuries.

10/21/202122:53
INCIDENT 21007691
A&B C265 S13A

PLEASANT ST
Cambridge Police summonsed a resident of Dorchester for Assault and Battery after Police Officers witnessed him aggressively push an individual and knock him to the ground following a verbal argument.


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