1153: A Belcher St. resident called to report that a neighbor has cameras facing her house and believes that she is being recorded. The officer spoke to the caller.
1405: A Thornton Park resident reported that a window in her motor vehicle (MV) had been smashed. The officer responded and observed the damage.
1928: A clerk in a local store reported that a customer claimed that the clerk did not give the customer the correct change. However, the video revealed that the clerk did provide the correct change. The officer will file a report.
2023: A Cottage Ave. resident reported that four planters had been stolen from her driveway earlier in the day. A neighbor had observed the incident. An officer was able to locate the alleged offending party, who stated that he had thought the planters had been put out with the trash. The planters were returned to the calling party, who was advised not to leave property by the trash in her driveway.
TUESDAY, MAY 12
0800: A Loring Rd. resident reported that his MV had been broken into overnight. The officer will file a report.
0858: Another Loring Rd. resident reported that both his and his wife’s MVs had been rummaged through overnight and that some spare change had been taken.
1138: A resident in the Grandview Ave. area reported that a man and a woman were out on the flats and behaving suspiciously. The officer spoke to the two individuals and informed them that they need a license if they wish to be shellfishing.
1352: A Shore Drive resident reported finding a loose dog with no identification. The owner came for the dog.
1532: A BOLO (be on the lookout) was issued for a white Kia SUV from which gun shots were fired in East Boston earlier in the day. The Kia has been seen entering and exiting Winthrop recently and all officers were advised to use caution. The Kia was a rental from Pennsylvania.
1849: A 20 year old person riding a bicycle collided with a parked van at Crystal Cove and Faun Bar Aves. The van had substantial damage with dents and broken glass.
2026: A lost black dog was in the area of Cutler St. The dog’s tag had a phone number. The owner was called and came to retrieve the dog.
2036: A Jeep that had been reported stolen out of Swampcott was found in the back parking lot at Governor’s Drive.
2312: A Trident Ave. resident reported that her upstairs neighbors were running around and making a lot of noise. The officers spoke to the parties. The neighbors said they were going to bed for the night.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13
0411: An Atlantic St. resident reported that his MV had been broken into overnight and his wallet and other items were taken. He was advised to cancel all of his credit cards.
0808: Another Atlantic Ave. resident reported that her MV also had been broken into overnight.
1221: A Sagamore Ave. resident reported that a dog in the neighborhood has been outside barking for 40 minutes.
1303: An officer stopped a MV that was going around the construction cones on Grovers Ave. The officer gave a warning to the operator.
1312: A caller reported that his MV had been broken into overnight. However, he did not wish to file a report.
1617: An officer and the Animal Control Officer responded to a report of a loose dog in the area of Metcalf Square. They spoke to the owner, who stated they had been unable to find the dog.
THURSDAY, MAY 14
0043: An officer stopped a motor vehicle at Shirley St. and Bayview Ave. The officer directed the operator to park the vehicle legally and will issue a summons to the operator for a motor vehicle violation.
0903: A Governor’s Drive resident reported that two tires on his MV had been slashed. The officer observed the damage and will file a report.
1244: An officer directed multiple dog owners who had their dogs off their leashes at Coughlin Park to comply with the town’s leash law.
1537: An officer directed three youths who were at the skate park to disperse.
1541: An officer stopped a MV on Banks St. The officer arrested two persons: Michael Materra, 18, of 45 River Rd., on charges of possession with intent to distribute a Class D controlled substance, distribution of a Class D controlled substance, conspiracy to violate the drug laws, inducing a minor to distribute drugs, and being a minor in possession of alcohol, and a 17 year old juvenile on charges of illegal possession of a Class B controlled substance, illegal possession of a Class E controlled substance, and conspiracy to violate the drug laws.
1733: A Seal Harbor resident reported that three males were fishing from the condo’s property and making a lot of noise. The officer directed the males to leave the premises and to fish at the end of Temple Ave.
1917: A Banks St. resident reported finding a lost dog. The resident was able to locate the owner, who retrieved the dog.
1933: A resident at the Ft. Heath apartments reported that a fellow resident was setting off fireworks from a balcony. The officer who responded confiscated all of the fireworks. The person who was setting off the fireworks, who was visiting, agreed to leave for the night.
2039: Officers responded to a report of an alleged altercation between a nephew and uncle. The nephew allegedly pushed the uncle, who fell and split his head. The uncle was transported to the MGH. The officer will file a report.
2202: A BOLO was issued for a MV that had been reported stolen and had entered the town via Main St. State and Revere police also were notified.
2209: A Somerset Terrace resident reported seeing a male party acting suspiciously and trying door handles of parked motor vehicles in the street. After the officers spoke to the caller and went to the scene, they discovered that the MV which the suspicious-acting male party had abandoned was the MV that had been reported stolen and was the subject of the BOLO. The K-9 officer was summoned to search for the male party and perhaps another male party who had been seen in the vicinity. The caller gave a description of the male party and a male matching that description eventually was located at the CVS in East Boston. The officers arrested Julian P. Soto, 20, of Chelsea, on a charge of receiving stolen property with a value greater than $1200.
FRIDAY, MAY 15
0728: A Cottage Park Rd. resident reported that her husband’s MV had been broken into overnight.
0816: An officer responded to the scene of a two-car MVA on Pauline St. and assisted the parties with the exchange of papers.
1003: A calling party from the Housing Authority reported that a man who was not wearing a face-mask was standing outside of the Golden Drive apartments shouting and demanding to be let in. The man will be served with a No Trespass notice.
1020: A person who was causing a disturbance on Terrace Ave. was transported to the hospital.
1145: A Somerset Ave. resident reported that his MV, which had been parked overnight on Cottage Park Rd., had been broken into and some items were taken.
1303: An officer was flagged down by a person who said she had found a dog wandering in the area. She said she would hold onto the dog until the owner showed up at the police station to report it missing.
1455: An officer directed the owner of a MV parked on the corner of Fremont St. and Jefferson Ave. to move his MV so that it would not be an obstruction for traffic.
1534: An officer moved along some youths who were playing football at the high school field.
1556: An officer moved along a group of six youths who were playing hockey on the Walden St. court.
1642: An officer directed the owners of three MVs parked on Grandview Ave. to move their vehicles so as not to obstruct traffic.
1756: An officer directed a loud group in Hannaford Park to disperse.
1821: An officer ordered a MV that had been parked for a week on Bellevue Ave. to be towed.
1831: Officers conducted a search for a male party who had been reported missing by a woman who said she had left her husband at the entrance to Deer Island while she took walk with a friend. However, the husband no longer was in the MV when she returned. The husband eventually was located at his mother’s house in Revere.
1837: An officer responded to a report of a man and a woman arguing about parking on Highland Ave. The male party reportedly told the female that she could not park in front of his house. The officer spoke to both parties and restored the peace.
2055: An officer responded to a report of a parking dispute between neighbors on Trident Ave. in which one of the parties made a threat of a physical assault. The officer spoke to both parties and restored the peace.
SATURDAY, MAY 16
0850: An officer on a directed patrol at Coughlin Playground informed two persons at the park of the town’s leash law.
1058: An officer stopped a MV that had struck a sign at Magee’s Corner. The only damage was to the MV. The officer will file a report.
1127: An officer issued a parking ticket to a MV parked illegally on Waldemar Ave.
1527: An officer dispersed a group of youths playing basketball at the Walden St. courts.
1543: An officer dispersed a group of youths in the skate park at Ingleside Park.
1640: An officer issued a parking ticket to a MV parked illegally on Shirley St. at Yirrell Beach.
SUNDAY, MAY 17
0045: Officers responded to a report of three persons who were being loud in the back yard of a Marshall St. residence. The officers directed the trio to keep it down.
0747: An officer responded to a report of a dog owner not cleaning up after his dog at the Public Landing. The officer spoke to the dog owner.
0827: A report of a dead raccoon in the middle of Pleasant St. was referred to the DPW.
1358: An officer spoke to a tenant and landlord who were having a dispute over loud music.
1359: Officers responded to a MVA on Central Ave. at Revere St. in which a MV struck a parked MV. The officer assisted the parties with the exchange of papers. A pregnant female who was injured in the accident was transported to the Whidden Hospital.
1438: Officers responded to a report of a house on Buchanan St. being struck by BBs. The owner of the house said he was shooting at a target. He agreed to stop shooting.
1633: An officer responded to a report of a group of youths on bicycles riding in the street at Belle Isle. The officer directed the youths to be more careful and not to ride their bikes into oncoming traffic.
2059: Officers responded to a report of loud music at 100 Governor’s Drive. The officers discovered that it was a birthday party for a 12 year-old girl. The party-goers agreed to turn down the music. The group also was informed of the emergency by-law restricting social gatherings.
2307: A Pauline St. resident reported that three youths had urinated on his MV. The officers who responded were unable to locate the offending parties.
2320: An officer responded to a report of a group of four persons talking loudly on Loring Rd. The officer spoke to the group.
2335: A person flagged down an officer to report that he was the victim of an attempt armed robbery with a knife. The officers searched the area and spoke to possible witnesses, but were unable to locate a suspect.
MONDAY, MAY 18
0713: A Beal St. resident reported that his MV, which was parked in his driveway but unlocked, had been broken into. About $5.00 in spare change was taken.