Reported incidents from this week’s Boston police Journal Log are shown below, courtesy of BPD District A-1.

Larceny in Building
07/01/13 7:36pm
Female arrested at Hanover and Cross Streets after being chased down by a witness who observed her reach through a Hanover St. restaurant window and steal the victims pocketbook from the back of a chair. Pocketbook recovered with all its belongings.

06/29/2013 149 NORTH ST TOWED MOTOR VEHICLE

06/29/2013 10 PRINCE ST AUTO THEFT RECOVERED

06/30/2013 296 HANOVER ST LARCENY IN A BUILDING $200 & OVER

07/01/2013 215 COMMERCIAL ST HARBOR INCIDENTS

07/01/2013 00 BOSTON HARBOR – A1 HARBOR INCIDENTS

07/01/2013 226 HANOVER ST LARCENY IN A BUILDING $200 & OVER

07/01/2013 10 NOYES PL LARCENY OTHER UNDER $50

07/01/2013 292 HANOVER ST LARCENY IN A BUILDING $200 & OVER

07/02/2013 1 MICHELANGELO ST INVESTIGATE PERSON

07/03/2013 250 HANOVER ST LARCENY OTHER $200 & OVER

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Great job for the person that chased the thief down the street.
    Is there a reason why the names of people that get arrested aren’t published? Maybe they should be (East Boston’s local new letter does) listed and they maybe, just maybe they’d think twice before doing something illegal.

  2. >> Is there a reason why the names of people that get arrested aren’t published? << Publishing names for crimes is an often debated issue. Arrests are not convictions so there is the presumption of "Innocent Until Proven Guilty". BPD A-1 downtown does not release names on its reported incident logs, but usually will when there is a longer report on a serious crime. There is something to be said for second chances, esp. for younger folks that might lose a future job if their employer easily found their name on such a post via Google for something that may have been later dismissed. Thanks for your comment.

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