Police Reports: TV Vandalized in House Break
A roundup of police activity in the neighborhood.
These reports were collected from the Boston Police Department and took place between Dec. 17 and 23 within Charlestown's District A-15. Any charges mentioned do not indicate a conviction.
TV Vandalized in House Break
A Tibbetts Town Way resident reported on Sunday, Dec. 23 that a television on the first floor of her residence had been vandalized.
The woman first noticed the damage when she returned home that day. The lock on the second-floor bedroom was also damaged, and money was missing from the room. Police found no signs of forced entry from the outside.
Assault with Pencil
An individual was injured in the face with a pencil during a fight that occurred on Eighth Street on Monday, Dec. 17. The victim was reportedly punched in the face and “received a laceration from a pencil the suspect was holding in his hand,” according to reports. The suspect was arrested at the scene.
Police arrested an unnamed individual on a warrant out of Charlestown Court on Tuesday, Dec. 18 on 13th Street.
UPS Package Stolen from Entryway
A Green Street resident reported a package stolen from the entryway of her apartment on Wednesday, Dec. 19. The woman told police that she had left the package out for UPS pickup at around 9 a.m. Later in the day, she noticed that the package was gone but found that it had not been taken by UPS. She believed the package was stolen.
Teacher, Student Confrontation
A confrontation between a teacher and a student on Walker Street on Thursday, Dec. 19 resulted in an unnamed individual being arrested for disturbing the peace.