Featured Incident -
While on patrol on August 29, an officer was called to a Franklin Street home to speak with a resident about an alleged larceny. Upon arrival, the homeowner said that his wife noticed jewelry was missing from the bathroom, and that she had noticed around July 30.
There were no sign of forced entry, according to the resident. When asked why he waited so long to report this incident, the man said it was because his wife had been very upset over the loss.
Among the items reported missing were an 18-karat gold necklace valued at $2,300, a 14-karat gold pear shaped Topaz ring with a diamond worth about $425, a bracelet valued at $400 and a watch worth $100.
Additional Incident -
An officer was called to the South End Italian Club on Sunday, Sept. 1, to take a report of vandalism.
The manager of the club showed the officer where someone had spray painted the building with black paint. It appeared that the design may have been someone’s name.
Police noticed that the building next door and across the street had been painted as well.