Tuesday, October 11, 2011


12:06 a.m. Hit & run investigate. Shell, 253 E. Ashland St. Blue Chevy hit a post in the gas station and took off toward Abington on E. Ashland.

12:33 a.m. Disturbance. Colonel Bell Drive. Caller reports boyfriend will not let her in the apartment. She is waiting outside. Woman left on her own. Was transported to grandmother’s house.

1:20 a.m. Disturbance. 31 Moraine St. & 440 Pleasant St. Six to 8 motor vehicles and people being loud. Matter settled.

2:15 a.m. Welfare check. Cumberland Farms, 1205 Belmont St. Caller states there is man sleeping inside a green Nissan Altima parked at one of the pumps. The motor is running and clerk would like party checked. Male party is not sleeping. Window is broken and he is trying to fix it. Moved car from pumps.

6:41 a.m. Larceny investigation. 220 N. Main St. Caller states her friend was visiting last night and allegedly stole prescription drugs—Clonazetan. Caylin C. Rudolph, 23, of 94 Circuit Ave., Weymouth was charged with larceny of a drug.

6:57 a.m. Police officer has a prisoner. Noah M. Devine, 20, of 6 Ray Ave., Brockton was charged with three default warrants.

7:57 a.m. Disturbance. Dunkin’ Donuts, 66 Montello St. Female states her ex-boyfriend is following her. He was told by police to leave her alone. Matter settled.

9:31 a.m. Domestic violence call. 115 Leach Ave. Caller reports his girlfriend allegedly assaulted him this morning and is preventing him from leaving. Crystal Duby, 21, of 115 Leach Ave., Brockton was charged with A&B.

9:32 a.m. Malicious damage investigation. AMS Gas, 1126 N. Montello St. Yvon P. Pierre-Louis, 38, of 279 Howard St., Brockton was summonsed for leaving the scene of property damage.

10:46 a.m. Larceny investigation. K-Mart, 2001 Main St. Caller reports a white female stole some items and fled in a white Toyota Solara. License plate # given to police.

10:51 a.m. Keep the peace. 9 Ray Ave. See and transport complainant in lobby to above location to pick up 3-year-old daughter. Child dropped off to lobby.

10:56 a.m. M/V stop. 1092 Montello St. & 31 Perkins Ave. Party transported to K-Mart regarding a shoplifting incident.

11:18 a.m. Larceny investigation. Trader’s Mart, 712 Crescent St. Caller from Trader’s Mart reporting a Play Station that was stolen from her apartment.

11:27 a.m. B&E investigate. 73 Gladstone St. Home broken into.

12:18 p.m. B&E investigation. D’Angelos, 1763 Main St. Looks like someone tried to get into the building.

12:20 p.m. Larceny investigation. 102 Torrey Ave. Wants to report his meds stolen again. Spoke to caller who stated his pills, including oxycodone, suboxin (sic), and clonopin (sic) were allegedly taken from his residence while he was at a doctor’s appointment. Officer reports caller allegedly was vague in answering questions and informed caller his doctor would be contacted.

1:00 p.m. B&E investigate. 417 Warren Ave. Apt. 6. Caller stated someone stole his meds from his home.

1:30 p.m. B&E investigate. 156 Forest Ave. Third party caller. The neighbor who lives at 156 had his home broken into. No suspects around.

2:50 p.m. Gunshots call. 466 Main St. Tenant called the landlord to report people in the rear hallway talking and then tenant heard a gunshot. Tenant looked out and saw the people flee out the rear door.
Hot sheet.

3:21 p.m. Man with a gun. 47 E. Battles St. Caller states a man in a driveway, late 20s, has a wooden rifle with a scope on it. Officer states BB rifle.

3:53 p.m. Larceny of a bicycle. 29 Goddard Road. Someone pushed his son off his bike and stole it. This happened yesterday. Son knows who the party is.

4:18 p.m. Larceny of a M/V. St. Jean Auto Repair, 225 N. Montello St. Female came back and took her Hyundai Elantra. Police were there earlier today and gave female her plates and items from vehicle. She was told not to come back. She just left with M/V.

4:26 p.m. Open and gross. Sears, 200 Westgate Dr. Caller reports an older white male with a long white beard, wearing a black shirt, hat and vest is allegedly taking his private parts out. He is in the men’s department. Male is now in the parking lot near the Army Recruiting Center and is getting into a dark-colored minivan. David A. Studley, 55, of 844 Washington St., S. Easton was charged with open and gross lewdness.

5:26 p.m. Disturbance. 60 Main St. & 1 Legion Parkway. BAT bus reports a problem with a rider. Female unhappy with the way the bus takes money off her card.

5:33 p.m. B&E investigate. 83 Alden St. Glass is all broken out of the back door. Caller is unsure if anyone got in or not.

5:40 p.m. Disturbance. 48 Huntington St. Three or 4 black males on property giving tenant a hard time. They are swearing. None of them live there. Matter settled.

5:42 p.m. Larceny investigation. Monro Muffler, 642 Crescent St. Customer came to pick up his M/V after having brakes worked on. Customer said he wanted to test the brakes before paying. Left and never came back to pay $168 bill.

4:43 p.m. Domestic violence investigate. 16 Minot Ave. Apt. 2. Woman caller reports she was allegedly slapped by her ex-boyfriend earlier this evening. Nuno Monteiro, 24, of 16 Minot Ave., Brockton was charged with A&B.

6:51 p.m. 911 unknown emergency. 33 Park St. State Police received a 911 call and heard lots yelling. Female picked up telephone and said send police. She stated her brother is putting his hands on her. Unknown name. No answer on call back. Previous call was traced. Juvenile arrest of 15-year-old for A&B, A&B with a dangerous weapon.

9:26 p.m. Safari Club, 22 Perkins Ave. DJ allegedly stole an amplifier. Officer reports the amplifier was returned. Misunderstanding over the promoter owing the DJ money. Explained to DJ he could not just take the amplifier. They don’t want charges filed.

9:45 p.m. Disturbance. 54 Tribou St. People out front drinking and causing disturbance. Parties advised to take it inside or leave.

11:37 p.m. M/V accident with injuries. 164 Menlo St. & 398 Grafton St. Caller reports a white van hit another m/v. People trying to take off. People are hurt. Officers report a two-vehicle crash and there were no operators or passengers present at the scene when PD arrived. Both abandoned vehicles were towed. Tow companies were asked to place a hold on both vehicles for accident investigation.

11:44 p.m. Welfare check, 370 N. Cary St. Caller reports there is a naked white male in the street. The only thing he is wearing is a black hat. Second call—the man has lost his hat and he is now lying in the street in front of 387 N. Cary St. Man taken to Brockton Hospital ER for evaluation.

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