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Police Blotter: Groceries Stolen From Car, Handicap Placard Misuse

The following are recent incidents reported by Boston Police District A-1 for the North End / Waterfront area.

Larceny from Motor Vehicle
04/19/20 at 1:30 p.m. — 04/20/20 at 7:30 a.m.
Victim reports her 2019 Nissan Pathfinder was parked on Atlantic Ave. and an unknown person stole assorted groceries from the vehicle.

Violation of Auto Laws
04/14/20           12:02 p.m.
Male suspect was issued a Mass. uniform citation for misuse of a Handicap placard on his personal vehicle. The vehicle was parked in a marked Handicap parking space on Cooper Street.

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12 Replies to “Police Blotter: Groceries Stolen From Car, Handicap Placard Misuse

    1. Worse than that. For a while the intra-day price was $-35. Thinking there it was cheaper to pay for some one to take off the tanker than use the tanker as storage. At that price it was cheaper than used toilet paper.

    1. OMG Whitney Tibolt, deafening motorcycles. Every time one of those revs past me, I turn to everyone on the sidewalk with me and say, “Isn’t it a shame his penis is so small?” ^oo^ In short, motorcycleboys, we ladies are not impressed by your motorcycle rumble, we’re pitting the small size of your package. Maybe we should let them know.

      1. Good comment. I never really understood why those same motorcycles are allowed to hang out IN RESIDENT PARKING SPACES. in front of Mike’s Pastry without fear of getting a ticket. Why do they come here? Go to Hampton Beach with the rest of the bikers in costumes.

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