The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department.
Feb. 24, 1:48 a.m.: An officer patrolling on Arsenal Street in the early hours of Feb. 24 noticed an unoccupied vehicle puled up next to a dumpster. When he investigated he found two men digging around in a dumpster. When the officer did a check he found one had a warrant for his arrest from New Hampshire for receiving stolen property. The 52-year-old Somerville man was arrested on a fugitive from justice warrant.
Feb. 26, 2:02 a.m.: A man was spotted walking through the MBTA’s Watertown Yard in early on the morning of Feb. 26. The officer spoke with the man and found he had a GPS bracelet and that he was in violation of a curfew set by the Department of Youth Services. The 20-year-old Boston man was arrested on the warrant for a probation violation.
Feb. 20, 12:52 p.m.: A man went to workout at GymIt and when he came back out he discovered his 2015 Nissan Altima had been scratched. The damage along the driver’s side door appeared to have been made with a key. The incident is under investigation.
Feb. 20, 4:35 p.m.: A man who went to walk around the track at Victory Field found that his 2015 Subaru had been keyed. Police are investigating the incident.
Feb. 21, 5:44 p.m.: A homeless man was seen inside St. James Armenian Church and had asked some people for a donation. He was also seen inside an area where people pray and leave donations for a candle to be lit. Church staff discovered that $20 was missing from the donations for candles.
Feb. 22, 10:05 a.m.: The manager of RCN on North Beacon Street reported that someone had tagged the doors to an electrical panel with spray paint.
Feb. 24, 3:17 p.m.: An alarm came in from a building on Manley Way behind Launch Trampoline, which is occupied by Saks Fifth Avenue. Smoke was seen coming from the rear area of the roof. The Watertown Fire Department arrived and quickly extinguished and was found to have started due to a defect in a solar panel.
Feb. 24, 6:10 p.m.: An Angela Lane resident discovered some fraudulent charges on his Bank of America credit card, totaling $500. The charges had been made in a Starbucks in Aurora, Ill., and at the Chicago Premium Outlets. He was told someone may have changed the mailing address on his credit card to one in Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. He was advised to contact the U.S. Postal Police and the credit bureaus to make sure he had not been the victim of any more ID fraud.
Feb. 26, 3:41 p.m.: An employee at Friendly’s got into an argument with the manager, quit and walked out. The manager discovered he had a bill and $40 in cash, so police he called Police. Officers located the 24-year-old man, who said he did not realize he still had the money. He returned the money and an apron, and no charges were pursued.