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Cambridge Police Log

By Eduardo E. Santacana, Crimson Staff Writer

March 13

2:59 p.m.­—An employee of a clothing store on Mass. Ave. stated that a 6’1” white male in his 50s removed three pairs of pants from the store without paying.

—A resident of Putnam Ave. stated that between March 12 at 9:15 a.m. and March 13 at 9 a.m. somone removed her diamond earrings she left on her bedroom dresser. Two known persons are the possible suspects that were in the house at the time.

March 14

—An employee of a Winchester store reported that unkown person(s) entered the store on Cambridge St., cut the alarm wires, and removed cash out of the safe, as well as lottery tickets, and phone cards.

—At approximately 3 p.m., a 24-year old male was discovered deceased at 9 Upland Road.

—Reporting person stated that on March 10, approximately 75 tablets of Oxycontin were discovered missing from his pharmacy at 1414 Cambridge St.

March 15

10:20 p.m.—a Cherry St. resident reported that unkown person(s) stole a bird feeder from her yard.

4 p.m.—a Union St. resident reported that he was assaulted by two unkown black males after an argument over suspects throwing trash on the ground. One of the males raised a bat to the suspect as if to hit him. The suspects then fled.

March 16

—An employee from a retail establishment in Cambridge reporteed that unknown person(s) entered the store, looked around for about 45 minutes, and then unplugged a 17-inch flat screen monitor and left with it. 10:35 p.m.—a Rindge Ave. resident reported that her fiance pushed her and hit her in the head, face, and arms with a pair of flip flops. The assault is the result of an argument over money. The reporting person stated that she sustained bruises but no other injury requiring medical attention. A restraining order was advised and refused.

March 17

—A resident of Lowell St. reported that there were 2 messages on the answering machine from an unkwon male threatening to put staples in their heads. In the second message, the suspect apologized.

March 18

—A resident of Alden Ave. of Revere reported that after dropping him off, a taxi driver—Farid Idri—punched him in the face, smashed his cell phone, and threatened his life if he saw him in Kendall Sq. again.

—The Bebe store located at 100 Cambridgeside Place reported that on March 8 and March 13 a female was observed shoplifting approximately $2200 worth of merchandise.

March 19

—A resident of Mass. Ave reported that a person known to her but not related in any way has made threats to do harm to her and her unborn child.

—A white male from Highland Ave., Malden, Mass. was observed by mall security via camera when he attmempted to exit the loading dock area with his vehicle by pulling on the chain that secures the loading dock, damaging the door.


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