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Daily Log 8.10.2020


8/11/2020

Cambridge Police Daily Log: August 10th, 2020

Type #
Date & Time

Info

08/10/202008:22
INCIDENT 20005136
B&E NIGHTTIME FOR FELONY C266 S16

FRANKLIN ST
A Franklin Street resident reports a breaking and entering and larceny.

08/10/202009:10
INCIDENT 20005137
LARCENY OVER $1200 BY SINGLE SCHEME C266 S30(1)

BISHOP ALLEN DR
A Cambridge resident came to the police station to report that his bicycle was stolen from a public parking lot sometime since yesterday. The bike was a green single speed bike locked to a post with a u-lock.

08/10/202009:17
INCIDENT 20005138
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY -$1200, MALICIOUS C266 S12

CAMBRIDGEPARK DR
A Cambridge Park Drive resident reports a malicious destruction to a motor vehicle and Larceny.

08/10/202011:04
INCIDENT 20005142
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP, FALSE IDENTITY FOR C151A S47

HAMMOND ST
A Hammond Street resident reports Identity Theft.

08/10/202011:29
INCIDENT 20005139
EXTORTION BY FALSE REPORT OF CRIME C265 S25

FRANKLIN ST
A Cambridge resident came to the police station to report that he was being blackmailed after visiting a chat room on the internet. He gave them some money but not the full amount that was demanded.

08/10/202012:59
ARREST 20005143
IDENTITY FRAUD

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police responded to a bank on Massachusetts Ave. for a report of a male trying to cash a $50,000 false check. Upon further investigation, Richmond Arthur, 25, Pawtucket, RI, was arrested for Uttering a Forged Document, Identity Fraud and Attempted Larceny Over $1,200. Police and others witnessed Arthur uttering a false document while knowingly using a fake identification card and fake corresponding name. He did utter a forged bank document that he knowingly passed to the teller with the intent to steal $4,800 from the bank.

08/10/202013:24
INCIDENT 20005141
MISC. REPORT TYPE


Cambridge Police Explosive Ordnance Unit responded to Broadway and Wheatland Street for a ballistic search at the request of Somerville PD.

08/10/202013:26
INCIDENT 20005140
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP, FALSE IDENTITY FOR C151A S47

BUCKINGHAM ST
A Buckingham Street resident reports an identity theft.

08/10/202013:56
INCIDENT 20005144
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

DANA ST
A Cambridge resident reported a past hit and run collision. A citation was issued after a crash investigation.

08/10/202014:30
INCIDENT 20005145
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

CAMBRIDGE ST
A resident reported his bag was stolen as he visited an Inman Square coffee shop.

08/10/202014:34
INCIDENT 20005146
IDENTITY FRAUD

WOODROW WILSON CT
A Cambridge resident reported the theft of his identity on August 10, 2020 at approximately 2:35 p.m. When he went to renew his license, he was informed that his Alabama license had been suspended. The victim never lived in Alabama and soon discovered that someone had stolen his identity and obtained a driver’s license in that state.

08/10/202016:56
INCIDENT 20005147
THREAT TO COMMIT CRIME C275 S2

PROSPECT ST
Cambridge Police responded to a Prospect Street commercial building for a report of threats. A suspect was stopped and identified.

08/10/202017:13
INCIDENT 20005148
OUI-LIQUOR C90 S24

ARLINGTON ST
Cambridge Police responded to the area of Massachusetts Avenue at Arlington Street for a reported disturbance and hit and run. After a brief investigation, it was determined that a Somerville resident will be summonsed to Cambridge District Court for OUI- Liquor, Assault by Means of a Dangerous Weapon, Malicious Destruction to a Motor Vehicle, Leaving the Scene of Property Damage, and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle. It is alleged that he operated his vehicle negligently by backing into the victim's vehicle while in the travel lane on Massachusetts Avenue, caused malicious damage to the victim's vehicle by striking it with a golf club, threatening to hit the victim with the golf club, which left the victim in fear of his safety, left the scene of the crash with property damage while having no intention of exchanging paperwork, and was observed by Officers as being unsteady on his feet, slurring his speech, glassy eyed, having the scent of alcoholic beverage on his breath, and admitting to consuming alcoholic beverages prior to operating his motor vehicle. He was transported to an area hospital.

08/10/202018:37
INCIDENT 20005150
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$1200, MALICIOUS C266 S12

NOTRE DAME AVE
Police responded to Notre Dame Avenue to speak with a resident about an ongoing issue with a neighbor.

08/10/202018:37
INCIDENT 20005151
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

CENTRAL SQ
A Boston resident reported the theft of her bicycle. She had locked it up outside of Central Square on August 7, 2020 at approximately 5:30 p.m. and when she returned at approximately 10:30 p.m. she found it had been stolen. The stolen bike was a white Huffy with some pink lettering and trim.

08/10/202018:55
INCIDENT 20005152
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

KINNAIRD ST
A resident on Brookline Place reported her puppy was stolen months ago and he was returned.

08/10/202020:18
INCIDENT 20005153
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

THIRD ST
A Cambridge resident reported the theft of her bicycle. Her 2019 Schwinn hybrid bicycle was stolen from the rack outside of her building sometime after December 2019. The front tire remained locked to the rack.

08/10/202020:56
INCIDENT 20005155
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

SARGENT ST
A Cambridge resident reported the theft of property and an act of vandalism on August 10, 2020 at approximately 8:50 p.m. The victim alleges a neighbor entered her yard and stole items from the driveway. The vandalism occurred when a three-foot-long red line was spray painted on the driveway surface.

08/10/202022:13
INCIDENT 20005156
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

PEABODY TER
A Cambridge resident reported the theft of a bicycle. He had rented a Blue Bike this evening in Central Square. Upon exiting a store, he found it had been stolen.

 

 

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