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

The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department. Arrests

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 Chief Expects Suspect in Area Break-ins to be Charged with More Crimes Watertown

The suspect arrested for a string of home break-ins around the Boston area was charged with one offense in Watertown, but Police Chief Michael Lawn said he expects the suspect to be charged in connection with more of the recent burglaries. The most recent string of break-ins in Watertown took place on Feb. 1, 2019, but dozens of break-ins have occurred in town. During three of the most recent burglaries, residents were there when their homes were broken into. “Since the end of September we have had approximately 24 residential burglaries and home breaks in town.

Residents Were Home During 3 of 5 Watertown Break-Ins; Police Ask People to Keep Eyes, Ears Open

Three of the homes broken into around Watertown on Friday night were occupied during the crime, but no one was hurt. Watertown Police say that they need the help of residents to catch the suspect. On Friday, Feb. 1, 2019, five Watertown homes were broken into, most in the area south of Oakley Country Club. The crimes occurred between 6:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. that day, said Watertown Police Lt. James O’Connor.

Five Homes Broken Into in Watertown, Police Searching for Information

Watertown Police are investing a string of home break-ins around Watertown this weekend. The five homes broken into on Friday night/Saturday morning were on Barnard Avenue, Fraklin Street, Stearns Road and Stoneleigh Circle, in the neighborhood south of Oakley Country Club. In a Facebook post, the WPD said that no one was hurt in the incidents. They also reminded residents to lock your doors, secure windows, and lock vehicles, too. “We need the public to be extra vigilant and immediately report anything and everything you believe is suspicious.

Woman Arrested After Attempting to Break Into Two Watertown Homes

Watertown Police arrested a woman seen breaking into one home and attempting to enter another on Dec. 23. A Gleason Street resident called police on Dec. 23, 2018, at 11:30 a.m. after she saw a woman in her back yard approaching the backdoor of her home, said Watertown Police Lt. James O’Connor. The resident confronted the woman and told her to leave before reporting the incident to Police.

Three Watertown Homes Broken Into Tuesday Night, Latest in Spate of Break Ins

Police investigated three home break ins on Tuesday night, which are the latest in a spate of home burglaries in Watertown. Two break ins occurred on Winsor Avenue and one on School Street. In these cases, like previous ones, no one was home at the time of the break in. All of the break ins occurred in the neighborhoods around the Oakley Country Club. Watertown Police Lt. James O’Connor said that detectives are investigating the break ins, and are compiling a list of missing items from Tuesday’s break ins.

Two Watertown Homes Broken Into, An Attempted Break In On a Third

Watertown Police warn residents to be on alert after two Watertown homes were broken into, and someone tried to break into another. The break ins occurred on Barnard Avenue, Common Street and Lovell Road, from Thursday into Friday, according to Watertown Police Department. “These incidents occurred between the hours of 4:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. No one was home at the time of the breaks,” a Watertown Police press release said. Anyone who saw something suspicious or who has information about the break ins should contact the Watertown Police at 617-972-6500.