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North End Public Safety Meeting Report: Robbery, Break-ins, Stillman St. Park Arrest

Boston Police District A-1 provided an update on recent neighborhood crime incidents, summarized below, at the February 2017 North End Public Safety Meeting. The figures below cover the last 30 days period.

Robberies (1)
-Sat. 1/21/17 @ 1.30am @ 357 Commercial St.: Woman was standing outside a building, smoking a cigarette.  Man approached her and asked for both her keys and cell phone.  He grabbed her phone, then she grabbed it back from him, at which point he fled.

B&E-Residence (1)
-23 Charter St.: After being out / gone all day, victim returned to their apartment, which was in disarray.  Door was likely jimmied open.  Some unspecified property was stolen.

B&E-Commercial (1)
-Sat. 1/14/17 @ 11.50pm @ 178 Salem St. (Caffe Lil Italy): Suspect broke in for the 2nd time.  Broke the window on the door and stole from behind the counter.  Detectives are investigating.

Larcenies (2)
-75 Fulton St.: 2 storage units were broken into.

Larcenies from a MV (3)
-Pilgrim Parking Lot: $900 camera was stolen.
-16 Charter St. (Eliot School parking lot): Gas cap and front headlight stolen.
-200 Commercial St.: Wallet was taken from car that had pulled up, with engine running and doors unlocked.

Arrest (1)
-1/28/17 @ 11.15am @ Stillman St., Cutillo Park: Officers on a Code 19 (an assignment to check out a reported troublesome “hot spot”) found a male suspect that was loitering. Officers checked the suspect’s record and arrested him on a warrant out of Worcester court for receiving stolen goods.

David Marx is a neighborhood public safety liaison. North End Public Safety Meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month, 6:00 p.m. at the Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street. All are welcome to attend and bring their questions to Boston Police District A-1.

One Reply to “North End Public Safety Meeting Report: Robbery, Break-ins, Stillman St. Park Arrest

  1. When are the promised renovations of Cutillo Park EVER going to happen? And when is Mr. Pace going to do something about the empty buildings on Cross Street?

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