The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department.
Aug. 28, 3:30 a.m.: Police were called to a Robert Ford Road residence for a report of a disturbance. While speaking with the parties involved, police discovered that one had an outstanding warrant. The 59-year-old woman from Watertown was arrested for a warrant from Waltham District Court.
Aug. 29, 2:30 p.m.: Police were called to the Super 8 Motel on North Beacon Street for a report of an argument taking place inside a taxi cab between two passengers. While speaking with the parties involved, police discovered that one had an outstanding warrant. The 26-year-old woman from Waltham was arrested on a warrant from Waltham District Court.
Sept. 1, 7:05 p.m.: Police received a report of possible suspicious activity in the parking lot of a Church Street business, and went to investigate. Upon arrival, officers spoke with a person present and discovered that she had an outstanding warrant. The 33-year-old woman from Westport was arrested for a warrant from Lynn District Court, for assault with a dangerous weapon.
Sept. 3, 5:30 p.m.: Police were called to Target for a report of detained shoplifters. Officers spoke with store security, who stated that two women had been observed walking through the store, taking items and placing them in shopping carts. At one point one of the women had used scissors taken from the store to cut the security device off of a Samsung tablet. That individual, a 31-year-old woman from Dedham, had attempted to take a total of $555.03 in merchandise. She was charged with larceny over $250 and with unlawful removal of a theft detection device. The other individual, a 25-year-old woman from Randolph, had attempted to take $346.44 in merchandise, and was charged with larceny over $250.
Aug. 28, 3:30 p.m.: Police responded to a report of a bicycle missing from the parking lot of a Grove Street business. Police spoke with the owner, who stated that the bicycle, a black specialized Sub Rosa worth approximately $2,000, had been left unsecured under a stairwell at about 1 p.m. that day and had been discovered missing at about 3 p.m. No further information was available.
Aug. 29, 10:30 a.m.: Officers received a report of a breaking and entering into a motor vehicle in the area of 650 Mount Auburn Street. A woman stated that she had parked her car in that area and left the vehicle unlocked. When she returned, she saw that a purse, as well as some credit cards, were missing from the vehicle. No further information was available.
Aug. 30, 2 a.m. Police were called to a Maude Terrace residence for a report of a breaking and entering to a home. Officers spoke with the residents, who had just returned from vacation abroad and had noticed several things missing, including jewelry, a handbag, and the title to a vehicle. The residents stated that when they had left their house in June, it had been securely locked. It was speculated that a person may have entered the house through a window holding an air conditioning unit. The incident is currently under investigation.
Aug. 30,10:15 a.m.: Police were called to a Dexter Ave business for a report of vandalism. Officers spoke with an employee, who stated that someone had drawn graffiti in black marker on the roof. The damage was estimated to be about $100. There are no suspects at this time.
Aug. 30, 6:30 p.m.: Police received a report from a car dealership on Arsenal Street that parts had been taken off of the cars in their lot. Officers spoke with employees, who stated that sometime during the overnight hours, marker lights, worth about $30 each, had been taken off some of the vehicles. The incident is under investigation.
Aug. 31, 3:30 p.m.: Police responded to the Watertown Free Public Library for a report of a stolen bicycle. Officers spoke with a juvenile, who stated that he had left his bicycle, a green-and-black specialized mountain bike, valued at $350, locked to the bike rack in the rear parking lot at around 2:30 p.m. and had returned to find it missing.
Aug. 31, 6:10 p.m.: Police and fire personnel received a report of an outdoor gas grill that was on fire at a Beacon Park residence. The Fire Department was able to extinguish the fire soon after arriving. The resident stated that he had been using the grill an hour prior and had believed it to be completely off once he finished cooking. The total cost of damage from the fire, which included the destruction of an eight-foot section of vinyl fencing and a recycling bin, was approximately $2,500.
Sept. 2, between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m.: The Watertown Police Department received repeated, incoherent phone calls from one caller. Officers went to investigate at the location from which the calls were coming. The resident first denied having called the police, but calls continued to come from the same number each time officers left the scene. Despite repeated requests not to call police without cause, the person continued. The 23-year-old male from Watertown will be summonsed for false reports to an emergency service provider.