Boston Police District A-1 provided North End / Waterfront residents an update on recent neighborhood crime incidents, summarized below, at the October 2018 North End Public Safety Meeting.

Crime in District A-1 is down 1% YTD.

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Breaking & Entering – Residence (2)
– 4 Garden Court: An AC unit was pushed out of a window in order to gain entry into an apartment, within which the suspect(s) proceeded to eat some of the food located therein, leaving a food-related mess in the process.

– 5 Stillman Place: Some items were stolen from an apartment after the death of a tenant. The decedent’s family was able to recover some of the stolen property. A suspect has been identified. Detectives to follow-up.

Auto Theft (1)
– 150 Prince Street: A black 2015 scooter was reported stolen.

Larceny (6)
– 480 Commercial Street: Amazon firestick.

– Bricco (241 Hanover Street): A coat (containing a passport and keys).

– CVS (218 Hanover Street): Two incidents – five boxes of Zyrtec / hair and skin products.

– Richmond Street: A bicycle.

– 205 Endicott Street: A roommate’s friend allegedly stole a laptop computer.

Larceny from Motor Vehicle (1)
– Richmond & Fulton Street: While this incident was reported as a “larceny from a motor vehicle,” it appears not to be, as an individual was reported to be suspiciously checking out a car parked on the street. However, nothing appears to have been taken from the car, and there was no damage observed.

*Arrests (1)*
– Kidnapping / Attempted / Child Endangerment / Warrant (Faneuil Hall): A male suspect approached a 13-year-old girl and attempted to buy and kidnap her (offering cash to her parents in the process). This incident received press / news coverage.

David Marx hosts the monthly Public Safety meeting with Boston Police District A-1. 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. See the Community Calendar for upcoming meeting dates.


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