Monday, January 9, 2012


6:40 a.m. Malicious damage M/V. 555 Main St., Apt. 2. M/V window smashed.

7:38 a.m. B&E M/V investigation. 113 Oak Lane, Apt. 6. Someone broke into caller’s black Toyota. Took money and documents. Smashed window.

9:17 a.m. B&E M/V investigation. 112 Chatham West Dr. Passenger side window broken.

9:54 a.m. Malicious damage M/V. 111 Ardsley Circle. Rock thrown through back window of M/V.

10:28 a.m. B&E M/V investigation. 16 Blaine St. Car broken into.

10:39 a.m. B&E M/V investigation. 100 Chatham West Dr. Small driver’s window smashed.

10:56 a.m. Code enforcement. Emily Auto Body, 515 N. Main St. Officer reports despite having a license that states he can only be open until 1 p.m. on Saturdays, he was open and operational at 2:50 p.m. on Saturday. Officer sent citation for violation of his license. Notified ward councilor by email.

10:59 a.m. Code enforcement. 1021 Pleasant St. Officer reports a homeowner--who he has spoken with in the past—allegedly continues to run a repair shop on the weekends from the residence. The homeowner allegedly explained to officer he works at a car dealer during the week and “takes care of friends’ cars on the weekend.” Officer said he has explained in the past it is an unacceptable practice to be doing this in a residential neighborhood. Officer told man officer receives calls from the neighbors about the noise and commotion. Officer issued a $300 ticket for engaging in unlicensed business.

12:10 p.m. Larceny investigation. 740 Belmont. Female took hair piece costing $37.99. Police were given license plate #.

12:21 p.m. Malicious damage investigation. Assembly of God Church, 199 Warren Ave. Window smashed and door has some damage to it. Unknown if anything taken.

12:51 p.m. Suspicious activity. Save-a-lot, 240 E. Ashland St. Caller states while she was in the Save-a-lot parking lot a dark brown skinned male wearing a baseball hat claimed he was police even though he was wearing civilian clothes. He approached her and began giving her a hard time. He also told her that he was a police officer, however he would not show her a badge when she asked him. Party went to Sidelines parking lot across the street. Caller said man was driving a Toyota Corolla and gave police the license plate #. Could not locate.

2:54 p.m. Code enforcement. 134 Oak St. From the mayor’s office. Officer checked on multiple cars, tractors, and junk in the back yard. Officer spoke with a person who said he was the son and told him he needed to get rid of the unregistered cars. Issued a 72-hour tag and he had 72 hours to do so. Officer informed son he would speak to Board of Health about the mess the place was. Residence is on the corner of N. Warren Ave. Ext. & Oak Street, right across from the junior high school. Officer reports the place is a mess with parts and debris all over the yard.

4:04 p.m. Domestic violence investigate. 24 Hobson St. Caller reports son’s girlfriend allegedly assaulted her son. She is not at the house. Megan Nicole Sappier, 19, of 24 Hobson St., Brockton was charged with A&B.

4:07 p.m. Animal complaint. 20 Haverhill St., Apt. 518. Caller states she was walking her dog and a pit bull attacked her dog in front of above. State’s the dog allegedly came out of Lisa’s Nails on N. Main Street and is still loose.

4:20 p.m. Robbery investigation. Champion Fuel, 633 Warren Ave. Caller reports a man came into the store, got him to leave the counter and when he came back to the front of the store witnessed him reaching over the counter allegedly to take lottery tickets. Caller got the lottery tickets back and the man left. Caller took down the man’s license plate #. Randy Avrin, 27, of 111 Harvard St., Brockton was charged with larceny over $250 and malicious destruction of property over $250.

4:34 p.m. Domestic violence call. 40 Ford St. Female screaming for someone to take their hands off her. Female got back on the phone and stated her children’s father was arguing with her and allegedly started hitting her. Jose H. Dos-Anjos, 32, of 19 Westhaven Dr., Brockton was charged with A&B. Nadia C. Amado, 27, of 40 Ford St., Apt. 3, Brockton was charged with malicious damage to M/V.

4:38 p.m. Shoplifting. Walmart, 700 Oak St. Two females allegedly with concealed items. Kristina Onge, 26, of 774 S. Franklin St., Holbrook, and Vivian Caceres, 20, of 47 Allen St., Apt. 3, Brockton were charged with shoplifting by concealing merchandise.

5:54 p.m. 282 Main St., Apt. 1. Caller states her boyfriend allegedly pulled her hair and broke her cell phone. Wants him out. He left the house on foot. He may be pushing a cart and wearing a red and black coat. Walter Manuel Caceres, 26, of 33 Suffolk St., Apt. 1, Chelsea was arrested and charged with A&B.

6:05 p.m. Threats see complainant. 54 Prospect St. Caller was visiting his mother when the second floor tenant allegedly started arguing with him and threatened to get her pit bull after him. Elisa M. Pena-Estrella, 32, of 54 Prospect St., Apt. 2, Brockton was charged with threat to commit crime.

8:22 p.m. Unwanted guest disturbance. 262 Main St., Apt. 2. Caller let a drunk stranger in his house and now he wants her removed. Matter settled.

9:57 p.m. A&B in progress. 48 Huntington St. Caller reports a male party was assaulted by another man who fled on a motorcycle. Victim is bleeding from head and unconscious. Police told the man was assaulted by another named “Red,” who fled on a blue scooter. Red is a white male with a black jacket. Victim was uncooperative.

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