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CPD Police Log

By Eduardo E. Santacana, Crimson Staff Writer

Feb. 11:

2:02 p.m.—Cambridge Police Department (CPD) officers arrested a resident of Newtone Court at the intersection of Elm Street and Hampshire Street and charged the suspect with indecent exposure,

—A resident of Cambridge Street reported that on Feb. 11, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., an unkown suspect or suspects gained entry into her apartment by unkown means. Once inside, clothing items were removed.

Feb. 12:

—An unkown person gained entrance to an apartment located at 26 8th Street. Taken from the apartment was a 42” Sony TV, a DVD player, and a cable box.

—On Feb. 11, an unkown person smashed the front door window of a business establishment on Mt. Auburn St. sometime after 3 a.m.

Feb. 13:

—A resident of Cambridge was arrested for domestic assault and battery against his girlfriend, who is also a Cambridge resident.

9:00 a.m.—A resident of Wendell Street reported finding her stolen vehicle on Haskel Street. The vehicle was fully stripped.

Feb. 14:

—A resident of Newtone Court reported that at approximately noon that day, an unknown person attempted to pick up their daughter from school at Windsor Street. The resident reported that an active restraining order does not permit the suspect to have any contact with their daughter. This is the second incident of that kind.

Feb. 15:

4:50 p.m.—A Sherman Street resident reported that between 7 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., an unknown person or persons entered his apartment by breaking a window. Once inside, the suspect(s) went through his bedroom and stole jewelry and a jug containing $250.

—A resident of Cambridge reported that an unkown person or persons used her personal information to obtain her credit cards on Jan. 11. Although one was shut down before it was used, another was used to purchase $2,984.86 worth of merchandise that was eventually shipped to the resident’s home.

Feb. 17:

7:55 p.m.—An employee of a parking lot at 41 Church St. reported that a dispute regarding parking fees resulted in a customer driving and breaking through the automatic gate, refusing to pay.

—A Cambridge resident reported that he was stopped by two males age 17 to 19 in the area of Banks Street after refusing to hand over his money. The suspects produced a 5-inch knife and demanded the money. The victim then handed over $200 worth of cash, credit cards, and a cell phone.

Feb. 18:

—A resident of Cambridge reported that at 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 14, her ATM card, gift certificates, $38 cash, and a credit card were stolen from her home. The ATM card was used online to charge $237.56 to her account.

—A resident of Cambridge reported that an unknown person or persons took the ATM card that he left at 727 Mass. Ave. on Feb. 2. The card was used at four different locations in Cambridge, totaling over $500 in purchases.

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