The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department.
Oct. 12, 2:43 a.m.: A man was found sleeping in a doorway on Main Street at Lexington Street. When police arrived they checked his record and found he had a warrant. The 33-year-old Weston man was arrested on the warrant from Lynn District Court for failure to pay fines and court costs.
Oct. 13, 2:44 p.m.: Police were called to a Watertown Street condo building where they had been called to several times recently for vandalism inside the building. This time there were six instances of derogatory words being written on the walls of the building were reported. A 53-year-old Watertown woman who lives in the building was arrested for vandalism.
Oct. 14, 5:13 p.m.: A woman was spotted in Target putting multiple items into a bag, including sunglasses, necklaces and clothing. The items were worth $301.86. An 18-year-old Jamaica Plain woman was arrested for shoplifting over $100 by concealment.
Oct. 15, 4:35 p.m.: Security at Target stopped a man who attempted to leave without paying for $191.90 in athletic wear. The 23-year-old Waltham man was arrested on a charge of shoplifting over $100.
Oct. 16, 8:48 p.m.: Police received a be-on-the-look-out (BOLO) for a green Mazda driving erratically eastbound on Arsenal Street. An officers spotted a vehicle matching the description pulling out of the parking lot of Domino’s Pizza. Officers followed the driver, who continued to drive erratically and did not have its lights on. The vehicle was pulled over and police gave the driver field sobriety tests, which he failed. The 33-year-old Watertown man was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, vehicle lights violation, speeding, and making an improper turn.
Oct. 10, 6:04 p.m.: Two Hillary Clinton signs were taken from the lawns of two Garfield Street homes. The residents believe the thefts occurred between noon and 5 p.m. The signs are worth $10 each.
Oct. 11, 9:37 a.m.: A worker at the construction site at 480 Arsenal Street reported that a Hilti cordless impact wrench with a battery was stolen. The tool is worth $449.
Oct. 11, 11:48 p.m.: A window at the Toyota of Watertown Used Car Annex was broken. It did not appear that the window was broken so someone could enter the building because nothing was missing. It appears something might have flown off the roadway from a passing vehicle.
Oct. 12, 2:51 a.m.: Police were called to the Riverbend on the Charles apartment building for three broken windows. It appeared they had been struck by a small object, possibly a BB or pellet. The windows were worth a total of $1,500. Later in the week several more BB gun attacks were reported (click here to see details).
Oct. 12, 7:24 a.m.: The tires and rims from a Honda Fit were taken from an apartment building on Mt. Auburn Street. The car was propped up on one side with a jack and the other side rested on a hard object. Replacing the tires and rims will cost $3,000.
Oct. 13, 9:29 a.m.: An employee of Colonial Buick GMC left his Victory motorcycle overnight and the next day he found that someone had pulled the wires from underneath the motorcycle. The bike had $1,790 in damage.
Oct. 14, 7:57 p.m.: A man put his belongings into an unlocked locker at GymIt and when he returned he found that his wallet containing cash and his car keys were stolen. Police are investigating.
Oct. 15, 10:48 a.m.: A woman tried to sell a sectional couch on Craigslist. She was contacted by a man who said he would pay $1,000 and would arrange for someone to pick it up. He said he would pay with a certified check for $2,500, and wanted the woman to send two money orders to and address in New Jersey, for $1,000 and $400. The address was a fictitious one and the certified check was no good.
Oct. 15, 2:23 p.m.: An Orchard Street resident found that someone had thrown an egg on a wall in front of the home. The egg dried and was difficult to remove.
Oct. 15, 4:30 p.m.: Two Russell Avenue residents called police because their Hillary for President signs were stolen. Police found that signs had been taken from four different addresses on the street. They were taken after 11 a.m. on Oct. 14 and prior to 7 a.m. on the 15th.