Police Blotter 11-25-2020

The following incident reports are among the calls to which the Winthrop Police Department responded on the listed dates:

MONDAY, NOV.  9

0818: A resident reported that her Social Security number had been compromised. The officer filed a report.

1616: An officer assisted a Fed Ex driver with getting his truck out of the sand in the 100 block of Tafts Ave.

1641: A resident reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been made in his name. The officer filed a report.

1905: A resident reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been made in her name. The officer filed a report.

1908: Another resident reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been made in her name. The officer filed a report.

TUESDAY, NOV.  10

0458: An officer dispersed two persons who were rummaging through trash bins on Trident Ave.

0827: Officers assisted at the scene of a ruptured gas line on Sunset Rd.

1057: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Revere St. for the civil infraction of failing to use a directional signal. The officer arrested Guilherme Luiz Valbuza, 20, of Revere, for the criminal offenses of unlicensed operation of a MV and  illegal possession of a Class B controlled narcotic substance. The officer

also cited him for the civil infraction of failing to signal.

1655: A resident reported that she had been scammed out of $70,000. The victim initially had sent $10,000 by wire to a fake scam email and her bank account subsequently was cleaned out. An officer logged onto her account and determined that the funds had been replaced. However, the victim was directed to inform her bank of the situation.

1711: An officer directed a group of about 20 youths at the Ingleside Park skate park to put on masks. Two youths who had an issue were sent on their way.

1821: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Revere St. for a civil infraction (improper registration display) and gave a verbal warning to the operator.

2229: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) at Beal and Main Sts. for a civil infraction (speeding) and issued a citation to the operator.

2303: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) at Revere and Almont Sts. for a civil infraction (failure to signal) and issued a citation to the operator.

2356: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Revere St. for a civil infraction and gave a verbal warning to the operator.

WEDNESDAY, NOV.  11

0005: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Revere St. for the civil infraction of an equipment violation (no plate light). The officer arrested Ilyass Mannane, 32, of 482 Winthrop St., on an outstanding warrant and for the criminal offense of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. The officer also cited him for the civil infraction of a plate light violation.

1038: An officer issued a parking ticket to a motor vehicle blocking the crosswalk at Bellevue Ave. and Pleasant St.

1328: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) at Locust St. and Shore Drive for a civil infraction and gave a verbal warning to the operator.

1632: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Shirley St. for a civil infraction (impeded operation) and gave a verbal warning to the operator.

1804: A resident reported being scammed out of $900 by a caller who said he was with Apple support. The officer filed a report.

2028: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Winthrop St. for a civil infraction and gave a verbal warning to the operator.

2302: A resident reported receiving a fraudulent check. The officer filed a report.

THURSDAY, NOV.  12

0616: An officer responded to a two-car motor vehicle accident (MVA) at Central and Revere Sts. There were no injuries. The officer filed a report.

0932: A resident reported being the victim of an identity fraud. The officer filed a report.

1024: The Animal Control Officer responded to a report of an injured duck in the 200 block of Washington Ave. and took possession of the duck.

1304: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Main St. with a registration that was revoked for insurance cancellation.  The officer arrested Filipe DaSilva, 18, of Framingham, for the criminal offenses of unlicensed operation of a MV and operating an uninsured MV. The officer also cited him for the civil infraction of operating an unregistered MV.

1544: A resident came into the station to report being the victim of identity fraud. The officer filed a report.

1600: A resident reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been filed using her name. The officer filed a report.

1600: Another resident reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been filed using her name. The officer filed a report.

1827: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Revere St. for a civil infraction (failure to signal) and gave a verbal warning to the operator.

2112: An officer responded to a MVA at Revere St. and Shirley Ave. in which a passing MV struck a parked MV. There were no injuries. The officer filed a report.

FRIDAY, NOV.  13

1330: An officer issued a parking ticket to a MV parked on the corner of Prospect and Faun Bar Aves.

1422: A resident reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been filed using her name. The officer filed a report.

1503: A resident reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been filed using his name. The officer filed a report.

1531: A resident reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been filed using her name. The officer filed a report.

2221: An officer responded to a report of a group of youths lighting off fireworks at Bowdoin and Ocean View Sts. An officer stopped a MV with five youths at Revere and Harvard Sts. Although the youths denied setting off fireworks, the operator of the MV did not have a license and was cited for that offense. A licensed operator came by to take control of the MV.

2259: An officer dispersed persons in a MV from Kennedy Rd.

2321: An officer responded to a noise complaint from a Governor’s Drive resident The officer spoke to the other parties and they agreed to keep their noise down.

SATURDAY, NOV.  14

0000: An officer directed persons playing music loudly at Governor’s Park to turn down the music.

1513: Officers responded to a two-car MVA at Highland and Grovers Aves. There were no injuries, but both vehicles were towed.

1630: An officer responded to a report of a verbal altercation between two parties on Pleasant St. The argument pertained to a dog. The officer restored the peace.

SUNDAY, NOV.  15

0643: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance in a residence on Nevada St. The officers spoke to both parties and restored the peace.

1427: Officers responded to a MVA at Shore Drive and Perkins St. One MV was towed.

1859: Officers responded to a report of a fire in Ingleside Park at Brookfield Rd. The officers were given the description of possible suspects (a group of youths on bicycles), but were unable to locate them after a search of the area. The officers assisted while the Fire Dept. extinguished the blaze. The officers filed a report and will investigate.

MONDAY, NOV.  16

0712: An officer responded to a report of a MV blocking a driveway on Banks St. and issued a parking ticket.

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