Daily Log 5.17.2022

Cambridge Police Daily Log: May 17th, 2022

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Date & Time

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05/17/202203:22
INCIDENT22003386-1
LARCENY OVER $1200 C266 S30

HOWARD ST
Cambridge Police responded to Howard Street for a suspected catalytic converter theft.

05/17/202209:19
INCIDENT22003390-1
CRIMINAL HARASSMENT

RINDGE AVE
A resident of Rindge Avenue reported harassing phone calls.

05/17/202210:42
INCIDENT22003391-1
SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE / EOD INVESTIGATION

COWPERTHWAITE ST
Police and Fire responded to the vicinity of Memorial Drive and DeWolfe Street for the report of a suspicious package. Upon arrival, the item was cleared by CPD EOD and determined to be abandoned property.

05/17/202210:58
INCIDENT22003393-1
REGISTRATION SUSPENDED / REVOKED, OP MV WITH C90

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police Officers observed an illegally parked motor vehicle in the area of Magazine Street at Green Street. CPD Officers learned the motor vehicle had a revoked insurance status. The vehicle was stopped and towed for having a revoked status for insurance and operating an uninsured motor vehicle on a public way.

05/17/202211:06
INCIDENT22003392-1
LEWDNESS, OPEN AND GROSS C272 S16

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police took a report for open and gross.

05/17/202212:43
INCIDENT22003395-1
CRIMINAL HARASSMENT

COLUMBIA ST
A Columbia Street resident reported harassing phone calls.

05/17/202213:24
INCIDENT22003397-1
THREAT TO COMMIT CRIME C275 S2

WINDSOR ST
Cambridge Police responded to the area of Market Street and Windsor Street for a report of a disturbance. A male party was identified and a report was taken for threats.

05/17/202213:44
CITY SOLICITOR22003398-1
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

HANCOCK ST
Cambridge Police were dispatched to Broadway and Hancock Street for the report of a moving truck backing into a fire electrical box, picking the box up and driving away.

05/17/202215:23
INCIDENT22003405-1
LARCENY UNDER $1200 C266 S30(1)

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
A Bedford resident reports a larceny of a bicycle.

05/17/202216:50
INCIDENT22003406-1
A&B C265 S13A

CONCORD AVE
The police were called to a nursing facility on Concord Avenue to speak with a patient regarding a possible past assault by another patient.

05/17/202216:52
INCIDENT22003407-1
MISC. REPORT TYPE

ROGERS ST
Cambridge Police responded to Rogers Street to collect property.

05/17/202217:10
INCIDENT22003409-1
LEAVE SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE C90 S24

CAMBRIDGE ST
A Cambridge Street resident reports a leaving the scene of a motor vehicle crash causing property damage.

05/17/202218:00
INCIDENT22003410-1
DRUG, DISTRIBUTE CLASS B, SUBSQ. OFF. C94C S32A(B)

GREEN ST
Parbir Batra, 41, 39 Boylston Street in Boston, was arrested at Green Street and Magazine Street and charged with Distribution of a Class B Substance. An officer had observed Batra, who was known to have warrants for his arrest out of the Boston District Court for drug violations. As the officer approached Batra, he observed him engaging in a drug transaction where he was selling suspected crack cocaine to an unknown female. The baggy of suspected crack cocaine was recovered and Batra was charged accordingly.

05/17/202219:32
INCIDENT22003413-1
MISC. REPORT TYPE

LEIGHTON ST
A Cambridge Police Outreach Officer filed a report of elder neglect to the elder abuse hotline.

05/17/202220:07
INCIDENT22003414-1
A&B C265 S13A

ESSEX ST
Cambridge Police took a report for a past assault and battery in the Central Square area.

05/17/202223:26
INCIDENT22003416-1
THREAT TO COMMIT CRIME C275 S2

MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge Police responded to the area of Massachusetts Avenue for a report of a disturbance involving a group outside a bar and a person with a firearm. A male that matched the description of a person with a firearm was stopped on Prospect Street and was identified. A firearm was not located on his possession, but a discarded firearm was located by an officer in a bush in the area of Austin Park. It was recovered and taken as evidence by CPD.

05/17/202223:31
INCIDENT22003415-1
LARCENY OVER $1200 BY SINGLE SCHEME C266 S30(1)

KIRKLAND ST
An employee of a Cambridge business reported being the victim of a flim flam. The reporting person was coerced into using business funds to purchase gift cards by a suspect claiming to be a police officer. The suspect had convinced the employee it was related to a counterfeit money investigation.


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