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Police Reports: iPad Stolen in High Street Break-in

A roundup of police activity in the neighborhood.

[UPDATE Tuesday, 10:50 a.m.]

These reports were collected from the Boston Police Department and took place between Nov. 26 and Dec. 1 within Charlestown's District A-15. Any charges mentioned do not indicate a conviction.

iPad Stolen in High Street Break-in 
An unnamed suspect was arrested Sunday, Dec. 2 after he allegedly broke into a house on High Street and stole an iPad and credit cards.

Residents on High Street told police that they had returned home at around 1 a.m. and noticed a rear bedroom window had been pulled up and the window screen was on the rear deck.

At around 7 a.m., police officers patrolling the area observed a man walking through backyards in the area. The suspect was stopped and was found to be in possession of the stolen computer as well as credit cards in the victim’s name. He was arrested and charged for the break-in and theft.

Pair Arrested for Intent to Distribute Drugs 
Two unnamed individuals were arrested for drug possession on Monday, Nov. 26, after police conducted an investigation in the area of Austin Street. The two suspects were charged with possession of a Class B substance with intent to distribute.

Outstanding Warrant Arrest 
Police arrested an unnamed individual on an outstanding warrant on Thursday, Nov. 29 in the area of Tufts Street.

Copper Stolen on Ninth Street 
An individual on Ninth Street reported on Tuesday, Nov. 27 that someone had stolen 450 feet of copper from the roof of an apartment building where work was being done. A witness told police they saw a white truck in the area the morning the copper went missing. Police are investigating.

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