Police Log

The following incidents were listed in the Cambridge Police Department blotter in the past week.

Jan. 22

At 4 p.m., David L. Mullane of 238 Broadway St. was arrested at the same address for "keeping [a] house of ill fame, sharing earnings of a prostitute, and violation [of a] wiretap statue."

Jan. 23

A Temple Street resident reported that at 5 p.m. an ex-boyfriend took her purse from a pizza shop on Mass. Ave. A friend of the suspect later returned it because there was no money in it.


Jan. 24

A juvenile from Douglas, Mass. was arrested for shoplifting at 5:50 p.m. at Newbury Comics' 36 JFK St. location.

Jan. 25

An Albany Street resident reported that between 1 and 1:30 p.m. a female motorist drove her car very close to him. The man said he had words with her, and when he tried to catch a glimpse of the license-plate, she tried to run him over and then fled.

Jan. 26

At 5:40 p.m., an employee at a Brattle Street store reported that a female in a white and brown outfit entered the store, opened a display case and removed wrist-watches and clothing valued at a total of $800. The woman then fled the store.

A City Hall employee reported that an unknown person removed a camera from the mayor's office.

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