Daily Log 10.29.2018


10/30/2018

Cambridge Police Daily Log: October 29th, 2018

Type #

Date & Time

Info

10/29/2018 07:41

INCIDENT  18007686

TRESPASS c266 S120

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE

Thomas McSorley, 33, 444 Harrison Avenue in Boston, was placed under arrest at a business in Central Square for Shoplifting by Concealing Merchandise and Trespassing due to the fact that he had previously been trespassed from the store’s premises. McSorley was additionally found to have several warrants, including Lewd, Wanton & Lascivious Conduct (United States District Court in Boston); Inhaling Glue/Toxic Substance, Disorderly Conduct, and Threat to Commit Crime (Cambridge District Court); and Shoplifting by Asportation (Attleboro District Court).

10/29/2018 09:30

INCIDENT  18007687

LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE c90 S24

CANAL PARK

A resident of Saugus reported that his vehicle sustained hit and run damage while parked near a loading dock on Canal Park. Because deliveries are frequently made in the area, the reporting party believes the damage may have been caused by a delivery truck.

10/29/2018 11:07

INCIDENT  18007688

TRAFFIC INVESTIGATIONS

ALEWIFE BROOK PARKWAY

Officers responded to Rindge Avenue at Alewife Brook Parkway for a motor vehicle crash with minor injuries. A vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed and collided with the rear end of another vehicle that had stopped suddenly at a traffic light. One driver received a citation for Failure to Stop at a Red Light and the other was cited for Operating a Motor Vehicle With Registration Expired. Both vehicles were towed.

10/29/2018 13:26

INCIDENT  18007691

MISC. REPORT TYPE

FRANKLIN STREET

Officers responded to a Franklin Street parking garage for a report of an assault with a dangerous weapon. Upon investigation it was determined that the reporting party had been alarmed but that no crime had occurred.

10/29/2018 15:38

INCIDENT  18007693

LARCENY FROM BUILDING c266 S20

WHITE STREET

Officers responded to a White Street business for a report of ongoing theft by an employee. The store’s loss prevention officer stated his intention to press charges once he has compiled the relevant information on the larcenies.

10/29/2018 15:58

INCIDENT  18007696

MOTOR VEH, LARCENY OF c266 S28

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE

Officers responded to the area of Massachusetts Avenue for a report of a possible stolen vehicle. The reporting party stated that he parked his vehicle around 8:00 p.m. on October 18 and has been unable to locate it since.

10/29/2018 16:22

INCIDENT  18007697

B&E NIGHTTIME FOR FELONY c266 S16

BROOKLINE STREET

Officers responded to a Brookline Street residence for a report of a breaking and entering that occurred over the weekend, possibly around 8:00 or 9:00 p.m. on October 28. One of the rear doors to the residence was broken. The only item that has been reported missing at this time is a comforter taken from a closet. Several items that appear to have been left behind by the suspect have been submitted to the Property/Evidence Unit.

10/29/2018 16:26

INCIDENT  18007694

CREDIT CARD FRAUD UNDER $1200 c266 S37B(g)

BISHOP ALLEN DRIVE

A resident of Westborough reported that her wallet was lost or stolen at a Bishop Allen Drive establishment between 10:00 p.m. on October 27 and 1:00 a.m. the next day. The reporting party’s debit card has since been used at several Cambridge stores.

10/29/2018 16:51

INCIDENT  18007698

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY -$1200, MALICIOUS C266 S12

ANTRIM STREET

Two residents of Antrim Street reported an incident of malicious destruction of property that occurred on the night of October 22. A pumpkin was taken from the reporting parties’ porch and smashed on the street. The reporting parties’ neighbors’ pumpkin, which was placed on the same porch, was left untouched. The reporting parties felt that the vandalism may have been related to signage displayed at their residence and wanted CPD to be aware of this in case of related incidents.

10/29/2018 18:35

TRAFFIC  18007701

TRAFFIC INVESTIGATIONS

BROADWAY

Officers responded to the intersection of Broadway and Ellery Street in regards to a motor vehicle crash with minor injuries. One vehicle stopped for a pedestrian in the crosswalk and was rear-ended by a driver who did not see the pedestrian ahead and was unable to stop in time. The driver of one vehicle and a passenger of the other complained of whiplash and were evaluated on scene by ambulance personnel.

10/29/2018 18:50

INCIDENT  18007699

FORGERY OF DOCUMENT c267 S1

HAMPSHIRE STREET

Two residents of Cambridge reported that, on October 8, their signatures were forged on a real estate-related document by a known individual.

10/29/2018 19:20

INCIDENT  18007700

CRIMINAL HARASSMENT

LAMBERT STREET

Officers responded to Lambert Street to document an incident of harassment.

10/29/2018 20:17

INCIDENT  18007702

MISC. REPORT TYPE

HENRY STREET

Officers responded to a Henry Street residence to meet two neighbors in reference to an ongoing civil dispute.

 

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