Police Log: Man Arrested on 8 Warrants, Rash of Stolen Packages

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June 13, 2:17 p.m.: An employee at Sasaki Associates on Pleasant Street called 911 after an uninvited man was acting strangely inside the business. The man was seen walking around inside Sasaki’s offices and when he was confronted he became belligerent and used racial slurs. He then left and headed down the nearby Charles River Walk. An employee got a photo of the man and police were able to locate him on Pleasant Street near Howard Street.

Police Log: Man Threatens Police, 3 Vehicles Vandalized, Bicycles Stolen

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June 3, 7:04 p.m.: An officer a man on a motorcycle heading north on Spring Street following very close to the vehicle in front of it. Then the motorcycle illegally passed the vehicle. Police stopped the motorcycle at Spring and Palfrey streets. After being stopped, the rider immediately became agitated, and began yelling and threw his hands in the air.

Police Log: Man Leads Police on Chase Through Side Streets, 2 Bikes Stolen

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May 30, 8:49 a.m.: Police were called to Home Depot after a shoplifter was stopped by store security. The man went through the self-checkout area and paid for a PVC elbow pipe and a 50 lb. bag of mortar. However, he did not pay for a tile saw blade, a concrete tube and table top tile saw.

Police Log: Man Caught Stealing Clothes & Steaks, Two Scams Reported

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May 20, 4:52 p.m.: Police were called to Arsenal Street for a motor vehicle accident near the entrance to the Arsenal Mall. One car had stopped at the light, and a second ran into the rear of the stopped vehicle. When police spoke to the drivers, and the one that rear ended the other showed signs of being intoxicated, including having an odor of alcohol on her breath and was unsteady on her feet. She admitted to consuming alcohol before driving and failed four of five field sobriety tests.

Police Log: Man Urinates, Smears Feces in Police Station Cell, Man Revving Motor Leads to OUI Arrest

The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department. May 13, 9 p.m.: A man was seen walking around Target and taking various items and placing them in a backpack. He tried to leave without paying. When stopped he had a flashlight, three packages of film, and an umbrella worth a total of $48.97. When they looked into the man’s record, police found that he had two outstanding warrants.

Police Log: Driver Busted on Drug Charges, Man Seen Trying to Break into Cars

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May 6, 12:41 a.m.: A man already in custody for another matter took off all his clothes while in the holding cell at the Watertown Police Station. When a female police officer was checking on him, he committed a lewd act in front of her. Two male officers came in and asked him to put his underwear on. He refused to several times, but eventually complied.

Police Log: Man Busted for Threatening to Use Gun, Vehicle Drives into Store

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April 30, 4:19 p.m.: An officer patrolling on Quimby Street queried the license plate of a nearby vehicle and saw that the owner had a suspended license. The vehicle was stopped and the identity of the driver was confirmed. The 32-year-old Watertown man was arrested on a charge of driving with a suspended license, a subsequent offense. May 1, 11:19 a.m.: A shoplifter was seen taking items from Home Depot, and the person left the store.

Man Talks Himself into an Arrest During Traffic Stop

A Billerica man talked his way into being arrested after a car he was riding in was pulled over in Watertown. On May 1 at 8:48 p.m., an officer on Arsenal Street by Irving Street noticed a smell of marijuana coming from a vehicle, and also saw a haze of smoke inside, said Watertown Police Lt. James O’Connor. The vehicle had a driver and two passengers, and the officer noticed the passengers were not wearing their seatbelts. The office pulled the vehicle over and asked for everyone inside to provide their IDs. The driver and the passenger in the rear seat complied, but the one in the front seat did not.