Monday, Dec. 28
1122: An officer assisted with traffic control at the COVID testing site at the E.B. Newton School.
1538: A Governor’s Drive resident came to the station to report that four of her packages had been taken from the entryway of her building.
1619: A Pleasant St. resident reported that his motor vehicle (MV) had been struck, causing minor damage, while it was parked and orange paint (presumably from the other vehicle) had been left on his vehicle.
Tuesday, Dec. 29
0831: An officer assisted the parties at a minor motor vehicle accident (MVA) in the parking area of the Mobil Mart on Main St. with the exchange of papers,
0846: An officer responded to a report of two men fighting outside of a business on Putnam St. The officer spoke to both men and neither wanted to pursue charges.
1057: An officer went to Revere to execute an arrest warrant. The officer arrested a 35 year-old Winthrop man on the outstanding warrant.
1844: An officer responded to a report of a MV blocking a driveway on Revere St. The officer spoke to the owner of the MV, who moved his vehicle.
2323: An officer stopped a motor vehicle (MV) on Revere St. at Governor’s Drive for the civil infractions of speeding and a red light violation. The officer gave a verbal warning to the operator.
Wednesday, Dec. 30
1203: A caller reported that two persons in a MV in the parking lot at Short Beach appear to be engaging in illegal drug activity. The officer who responded reported that the alleged suspects were elderly persons who were bird-watching.
1233: A Pleasant St. resident reported that her house had been egged. The officer spoke to the party.
1456: A Cliff Ave. resident reported that his MV, which he had left unlocked, had been rummaged through. However, there was no damage and nothing was taken.
1559: A resident reported that persons were walking their dogs without leashes at Coughlin Playground and that his children almost were bit. The officer spoke to one person and directed him to put the dog on a leash.
1940: An officer responded to a report of a noise complaint involving residents at Governor’s Park. The officer spoke to all parties and restored the peace.
Thursday, Dec. 31
0856: A Shore Drive resident reported that he found a firearm in the building while doing some renovations. An officer came to take control of the firearm and brought it to the station.
1225: An officer issued a parking ticket to a MV that was parked beyond the No Parking sign at Irwin and Shirley Sts.
1852: An officer stopped a MV at River Rd. and Thornton St. for a civil infraction and gave a verbal warning to the operator.
2046: An officer stopped a MV on Revere St. for the civil infraction of a red light violation and gave a verbal warning to the operator.
2055: An officer directed a resident in the 500 block of Shirley St. to turn down her loud music by 10 p.m.
2128: An officer responded to a report of youths setting off fireworks at Massa Playground. The youths had left the area by the time an officer arrived.
2150: An officer dispersed persons in a MV from the parking lot at Hannaford Park.
2202: An officer stopped a MV on Revere St. for the civil infraction of illegal passing and gave a verbal warning to the operator.
Friday, Jan. 1
0043: Officers responded to a report of persons engaging in an argument outside of a residence in the 800 block of Shirley St. An officer spoke to a person who was bleeding from his face who said he had fallen on stairs. An officer stood by until both he and a female friend took a taxi to East Boston.
0649: An officer responded to a report of loud music that had been playing all night from a house on Plummer Ave. An officer spoke to the person, who said she had fallen asleep, and she turned down her music.
1122: A person who said he was visiting with his family from No. Carolina reported that his car had been stolen from Veterans Rd. The officer filed a report.
1142: A person called the station to report witnessing a drug deal involving three males on Linden St. The officer filed a report.
Saturday, Jan. 2
1145: An officer assisted with traffic control at the COVID testing site at the E.B. Newton School.
1306: A former resident who now lives in New Hampshire reported that her ATM card had been stolen while she was in Winthrop and now is being used fraudulently. The officer filed a report.
1818: A Cliff Ave. resident reported that two nights previously his unlocked MV, which was parked in his driveway, had been rummaged through. However, there was no damage and nothing was taken.
2344: An officer directed persons playing music loudly at a Gov. Drive apartment to turn down the music.
Sunday, Jan. 3
0145: A tow company reported that a MV was towed for not having a valid parking sticker at Governors Drive.
1106: An officer stopped a MV at Pleasant St. and Brookfield Rd. for the civil infraction of making a right turn despite a No Right Turn sign. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
1316: An officer stopped a MV on Main St. for the civil infraction of using a device in violation of the hands-free law. The officer issued a citation to the operator.
1519: An officer stopped a MV on Main St. for the civil infraction of not stopping for a pedestrian in a crosswalk. The officer issued a citation to the operator.