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Police Blotter: Foster St. Robbery, Theft From Vehicle, Person Causing a Disturbance

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

Robbery
07/03/20   9:55 p.m.
Victim and girlfriend report they were robbed of U.S. currency at gunpoint by a known male suspect and two other unknown accomplices on Foster St. Detectives to follow up.

Larceny From Motor Vehicle
07/01 – 07/02/20             9:00 p.m.
Victim reports he parked his 2012 Honda Pilot on Commercial St. When he returned a short time later, the passenger side window was broken and numerous U.S. coins were stolen from the console area.

Investigate Person
06/23/20        9:30 a.m.
A known male homeless individual was causing a disturbance on Salem St. Police officers placed suspect in custody in regards to an active Section 35 placed on the individual.

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2 Replies to “Police Blotter: Foster St. Robbery, Theft From Vehicle, Person Causing a Disturbance

    1. The way that things seem to work; if you have no marketable skills and no one will hire you, you have a future in politics. So expecting good managerial skills from dropouts isn’t likely.

      Given that, the way to resolve problems in Minneapolis, is to cut back policing in Boston. This is the logic of out of touch policians. Probably should rethink legalizing drugs. Sounds like our City leaders are using it.

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