Police Blotter

Saturday, February 28, 2009
By Cary Shuman

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16

9:46 AM: A Tileston Road resident reported that the windshield of his motor vehicle (MV) had been damaged overnight.

9:47 AM: An Ocean View Street resident reported that a rock had been thrown through a front window of his house.

1:32 PM: An emergency 209A order was received from Boston Police Department to be served upon a local resident named as the defendant.

4:21 PM: A resident reported that she had been involved in an altercation with her sister the day before in which she had been assaulted. The victim was advised of her right to seek an emergency 209A order. She returned to the station about two hours later and obtained a 209A order from the on-call judge. The order was faxed to the Revere Police for service upon the defendant.

5:15 PM: A Revere Street resident reported that two tires on his MV had been slashed.

8:38 PM: An officer moved along a group of five youths from the area of Cumberland Farms.

8:47 PM: An officer moved along a group of rowdy youths from the entrance to Governors Park.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17

1:03 AM: A Washington Avenue.resident reported that the tires on two family MVs parked in his driveway had been slashed.

11:42 AM: A caller reported that his car had been struck in the rear by a hit- and-run operator in front of Brown’s Drug.

12:54 PM: A Wave Way resident reported that a family member’s MV had been keyed while parked in front of his home.

1:00 PM: A Cottage Park Road resident reported a theft from her home.

1:48 PM: A 209A order was received from the Malden District Court to be served upon a local resident named as the defendant. However, a resident at the last known address of the defendant told the officer that the defendant had not lived there in over a year.

7:07 PM: A group of youths was dispersed from the Cumberland Farms.

7:07 PM: A group of youths was dispersed from the area of Governors Drive and Revere Street.

9:45 PM: A report from a Beach Road resident that six raccoons were on the roof of a neighbor’s home was referred to the animal control officer (ACO).

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18

12:11 AM: Officer McCarthy stopped a MV on Pearl Avenue and Shirley Street for the civil motor vehicle infractions (CMVIs) of speeding and failing to stop at a stop sign. He arrested the operator, John Hanson, 17, of 58 Summit Ave., for unlicensed operation of a MV.

10:04 AM: A report of a dog bite at a local hair salon was referred to the ACO.

5:06 PM: Officer Freeman responded to a report of shoplifting at the CVS and brought a juvenile to the station, where a call was made to the father in Revere.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19

5:13 PM: A Quincy Avenue resident reported the theft of the front registration plate from his MV.

5:33 PM: A 209A order was received from the Chelsea District Court to be served upon a local resident named as the defendant.

10:29 PM: A local liquor store manager reported confiscating a fake ID from a youth who then fled the premises.

11:59 PM: A Main Street resident reported that a hit-and-run operator struck his concrete wall.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20

5:08 AM: A MV registered to a Winthrop resident reportedly was used as the getaway car in an armed robbery in Saugus. The owner of the MV contacted her son, who had used the MV. The son, who was at work in Revere, checked on the MV and noticed it was missing. The MV was reported stolen to Revere Police Department.

9:59 AM: A Read Street resident reported the theft of the front registration plate from his MV.

2:18 PM: An employee from Domino’s Pizza reported a case of credit card fraud from a delivery made to a Jefferson Street apartment.

10:25 PM: Officers quelled a disturbance between two teams on the ice at Larsen Rink.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21

4:27 AM: A tow was ordered for a MV on the parking clerk’s list for unpaid parking tickets.

7:28 AM: An officer assisted the parties with the exchange of papers at a minor motor vehicle accident (MVA) on Taylor Street.

8:46 AM: A report of an old boat sinking at Atlantic Marina was referred to the harbormaster.

11:10 AM: An East Boston resident came into the station to report the theft of her cell phone from a Court Road residence.

1:55 PM: A Sea View Avenue resident reported that a MV operator backed into the driveway of a neighbor’s home, struck the neighbor’s MV, and fled the scene.

1:55 PM: A resident came into the station to report a case of identity theft in which numerous credit card and utility accounts had been opened in her name over a three-year period.

2:26 PM: Officer Freeman stopped a MV at Shirley Street and Pearl Avenue and issued a citation to the operator for a CMVI.

3:49 PM: A caller reported being struck by a MV that left the scene in front of Swett’s Liquors.

3:52 PM: An officer moved a long a large group of youths from the bus stop at Revere Street and Governors Drive.

4:17 PM: Officers restored the peace between a husband and wife who were arguing.

5:51 PM: A Shore Drive resident reported that a Michelin tire had been stolen from her MV and replaced with a flat tire.

6:35 PM: Officers responded to a call from security at Governors Drive of youths running around the premises. One youth was brought back to the station and was picked up by his grandmother.

8:54 PM: An Orlando Avenue resident reported that her house had been egged.

9:49 PM: Auxiliary officers contacted the parents of a youth who was intoxicated and on the ground at Massa Playground. The youth was transported to the Whidden Hospital by ambulance.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22

12:27 AM: Officer Freeman stopped a MV on Main Street and issued a citation to the operator for a CMVI.

12:43 AM: Officer Freeman stopped a MV on Main Street and issued a citation to the operator for a CMVI.

1:10 AM: Officer Freeman stopped a MV on Main Street and issued a citation to the operator for a CMVI.

1:44 AM: Officer Freeman stopped a MV on Main Street and issued a citation to the operator for a CMVI.

3:22 AM: Officers responded to a report of a fare evasion from a taxi driver. The officers went into a Grovers Avenue residence and obtained the fare.

12:55 PM: Officers responded to a request from Wakefield police to pick up a runaway juvenile female from their community. The local officers located the juvenile and she was picked up by Wakefield Fire Department personnel.

1:54 PM: A Douglas Street resident reported the theft of her MV by a person she knew only by a first name.

2:36 PM: A resident reported the theft of her cell phone at some time on Friday night.

3:37 PM: A resident came into the station to seek an emergency 209A order. The on-call judge issued the order, which was faxed to Revere Police to be served upon the defendant, who is a resident of that community.

4:44 PM: A tow was ordered for a MV parked, obstructing traffic on Veterans Road.

6:26 PM: An officer responded to a report of a fake ID being seized by a store clerk at a local liquor store.

7:37 PM: A Buchanan Street resident reported that eggs and ketchup had been splattered on her MV sometime during the previous night.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23

12:15 AM: A report of a tree down on Winthrop Street was referred to the Department of Public Works (DPW).

12:57 AM: Officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance between two brothers, one of whom had left for the evening.

5:39 AM: An officer informed a truck driver that he cannot leave his engine running while parked on Walden Street.

Legend for police blotter: 209A order = domestic abuse prevention restraining order; A&B = assault & battery; ACO = Animal Control Officer; B&E = breaking & entering; BOLO = be on the lookout; CMVI = civil motor vehicle infraction; D/W = dangerous weapon; MGH=Mass. General Hospital; MV = motor vehicle; MVA = motor vehicle accident; OUI=Operating under the influence; RMV=Registry of Motor Vehicles; SRO=School Resource Officer; tagging = graffiti; WMS=Warrant Management Service.

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