The following incident reports are among the calls to which the Winthrop Police Department responded on the listed dates:
Monday, July 6
1008: A motor vehicle (MV) was towed from the area of 12 Jefferson St. for not having a parking permit.
1038: A caller reported that her MV had been struck and damaged by a hit-and-run operator while hers was parked on Summit Ave.
1039: Officers assisted the Fire Dept. with opening the doors of a MV in which a two year-old child had been locked. The operator of the MV said she had given the child the keys to play with.
1058: A resident came into the station to report that motor vehicles regularly speed on Pleasant St. between Somerset and Woodside Aves.
1127: A caller requested that officers monitor speeding motor vehicles on Waldemar Ave.
1143: An officer stopped a MV at Pleasant St. and Vine Ave. for the civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) of speeding and gave a verbal warning to the operator.
1435: A MV struck a street sign in the 200 block of Washington Ave. The DPW was notified and the operator, who was from New Jersey, remained on the scene.
1609: A caller reported that his MV had been keyed while parked near the tennis courts at Governor’s Park.
1648: An officer stopped a MV with a plate that was hanging off at Wadsworth Ave. and Winthrop St. and gave a verbal warning to the operator regarding the CMVI of defective equipment.
1839: An officer stopped a scooter for a helmet violation on Shore Drive. The owner of the scooter, who also did not have the proper paperwork for the scooter, agreed to leave it on private property until he obtained the paperwork.
2045: A caller reported being attacked by a dog on Almont St. the night before. The officer will file a report.
Tuesday, July 7
0827: An officer had the owner of a MV that was obstructing traffic in the 200 block of Main St. move the MV.
1122: An Upland Rd. resident reported that a person had left a note stating, “Local racist” on her Trump 2020 sign. The officer will file a report.
1243: A caller reported that his boat had been broken into and items stolen from it overnight at a local marina. The officer will file a report.
1316: A caller reported a past assault that happened on June 16. The officer met with the caller and will file a report.
1709: An officer had the owner of a work van that was parked on the sidewalk on Coral Ave. move his vehicle.
Wednesday, July 8
0633: A trespass tow of a MV at the Executive Apartments was reported.
0851: An officer restored the peace between two parties who were arguing in the street in the 200 block of Main St.
1011: Officers assisted at a fire in a business in the Centre. The fire had its origins in an AC unit.
1031: A resident came into the station to report that his wife’s headstone in the cemetery on Bowdoin St. had been damaged by fireworks over the Fourth of July.
1158: An officer had the owner of a MV parked illegally (facing the wrong direction at a No Parking sign) on Otis St. move the MV to a legal spot.
1347: A resident who has a harassment prevention order pursuant to c. 258E against another person reported that he was run off the road while on his bicycle by that person. The officer will file a report.
1358: A caller reported that her MV had been struck by a hit-and-run operator on Woodside Ave.
1433: An officer directed a group of about 10 youths between the ages of 10-12 years-old to stop playing in the street on Johnson Ave. where they were interfering with traffic.
1541: An officer responded to a call from a Golden Drive resident who reported that a neighbor was harassing her about smoking in the building because the smoke was coming into her apartment. The officer spoke to the neighbor and directed her to contact the property manager.
2254: Officers arrested William R. Curtis, 52, of 5 Wave Way Ave., on five outstanding warrants, including a fugitive from justice warrant.
2345: An officer provided assistance to the operator of a disabled MV on Main St. until AAA arrived.
Thursday, July 9
0356: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance involving a male and a female at the 7/11 on Revere St. The female appeared to be highly-intoxicated and did not request any assistance.
1227: An officer assisted the parties at a minor motor vehicle accident (MVA) at Pauline and Pleasant Sts. with the exchange of papers.
1650: A resident came into the station to report that an aunt had been the victim of a money scam. The officer will file a report.
2018: An officer responded to a MVA at Grovers and Highland Aves. Both vehicles were towed. The officer will file a report.
Friday, July 10
0644: A Madison Ave. resident reported that his unlocked MV had been broken into overnight and a few dollars were taken.
0955: A resident came into the station to report that his MV and others on his street had been broken into overnight.
1039: An officer responded to a MVA at Winthrop and Pleasant Sts. and will file a report.
1152: A resident found a small white dog on Hutchinson St. and brought it to a pet groomer who recognized the dog and called the owner.
1613: An officer responded to a report of a disturbance involving a male and a female party at a convenience store on Shirley St. and restored the peace.
1728: A resident came into the station to report that she was receiving harassing texts from an ex-client. The on-call judge was contacted and issued an harassment prevention order pursuant to c. 258E.
2157: A group of loud party-goers in the 300 block of Winthrop St. agreed to take it inside for the night.
2308: An officer dispersed a group of youths playing music loudly at the tennis courts at Gov. Drive.
Saturday, July 11
0801: An officer responded to a report of a male and a female party yelling in their residence on Shirley St. The officer spoke to both parties and restored the peace.
0821: A Court Rd. resident reported that his MV had been broken into overnight and several items were taken. The officer will file a report.
0945: A caller reported that his son’s car had been broken into overnight and rummaged through. Nothing was taken.
1145: Almont St. residents reported that their dog had been bitten by a dog residing on Crescent St. The callers already had spoken to the Animal Control Officer about the incident.
1206: An officer issued two parking tickets to vehicles that had been parked for more than an hour on Ocean Ave. at Shore Drive.
1409: An officer stopped a MV on Washington Ave. for the CMVI of speeding and gave a verbal warning to the operator.
Sunday, July 12
0944: A caller reported receiving texts regarding a lawn mower he had sold to another person. The person sending the texts wanted her money back because the lawn mower doesn’t work. The caller was informed that this is a civil matter.
0947: An officer spoke to the construction manager of a project on Bartlett Rd. The manager was informed of the town by-law and agreed to cease work for the day.
1045: An officer responded to a MVA at Park and Washington Aves. The officer issued a citation to the operator of one of the vehicles for the criminal charge of unlicensed operation of a MV. The officer will file a report.
1057: An officer responded to a MVA on Cross St. involving a motorcycle. There were no injuries and the officer assisted the parties with the exchange of papers.
1358: An officer issued a parking ticket for “No Parking Here to Corner” to a MV that was parked at the corner of Ocean Ave. and Shore Drive.
1511: An officer stopped a MV on Beach Rd. for the CMVI of failure to stop at a crosswalk and gave a verbal warning to the operator.
1611: The residents at a Taylor St. address agreed to lower the volume of their music at a graduation party they were having.
1917: An officer issued a parking ticket to a MV that was obstructing the flow of traffic at Crystal Cove Ave. and Cottage Park Rd.
2045: A youth reported that he had lent his bicycle to two other youths at Massa Playground, but that they had not returned his bicycle. An officer tracked down the alleged offending party, who returned the bicycle.
2209: A MV being operated by a person with a learner’s permit struck a parked MV at Lincoln St. and Brookfield Rd. The officer will file a report.