Police Log: Man Caught Breaking Into Cars in Watertown, Belmont and More

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Watertown Police Patch

The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department.


Feb. 6, 10:48 p.m.: An officer spotted a vehicle suddenly make a U-turn on North Beacon Street. When the officer pulled the vehicle over he found the driver’s license had been revoked. The 27-year-old Boston man was arrested for driving with a suspended license, a subsequent offense.

Feb. 7, 4:01 a.m.: Police were called to 590 Main Street after a resident reported seeing a driver crash into some trash cans in the parking lot. When officers arrived they found the vehicle running and a woman inside. An odor of alcohol was detected on her breath and field sobriety tests were given. The 30-year-old woman from Newton was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and unlicensed driving.

Feb. 7, 8:38 p.m.: An officer ran the registration of a vehicle on Mt. Auburn Street and found the owner had a warrant. The vehicle was pulled over and a 63-year-old West Roxbury man was arrested on a default warrant.

Feb. 8, 10:03 p.m.: An unwanted person was reported at a home on Irving Street. Police arrived and discovered the man had a warrant. The 32-year-old Newton man was arrested on the warrant from Waltham District Court for unlicensed driving.


Feb. 3, 10:12 a.m.: A pump and motor for a plow was stolen from a vehicle on Parker Street. It is worth $1,700.

Feb. 5, 7:14 p.m.: A Belmont man was arrested in after a string of vehicle break-ins in both Belmont and Watertown. Watertown Police received a report of two cars being broken into on Belmont Street. A GPS device and prescription medicine were taken from the vehicles. Before the Watertown break-ins were discovered, Belmont Police arrested a 30-year-old Belmont man when he was caught breaking into a car on Knowles Road in Belmont. He will also be summonsed to Waltham District Court on two counts of breaking and entering for the offenses in Watertown.

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