The following reports were taken from the Allston-Brighton D-14 crime logs from Nov. 29 to Dec. 4.
On Saturday, police responded to a call at about 12:52 a.m. regarding a possible abduction at 2025 Commonwealth Ave. in Brighton in which a man pushed a woman into his vehicle. When the police arrived at the scene, both women seemed upset and nervous. Police apprehended the suspect, who was sitting in the rear seat of the vehicle.
He was uncooperative with the officers and refused to answer questions. When the police frisked him, they found a small plastic bag that officers believed to contain heroin on the ground where the suspect was standing. The police also found a bag of suspected marijuana, a small electronic weighing scale and half of a pharmaceutical pill in the suspect’s pockets.
An incident of assault occurred at The Wonder Bar, located at 186 Harvard St., at about 10:20 p.m. Friday. Bouncers and other people present told police that a man at the bar was extremely intoxicated and threw punches at both of them. When the police confronted the suspect, the suspect seemed to be unsteady and said the bouncer assaulted him.
He later stated many times that the police were harassing him, and that he wanted to be left alone. Police told the suspect to leave the bar but the suspect refused. One officer attempted to escort the man out, but the man pulled his arm away. Officers then tried to restrain the suspect, who was arrested for disorderly conduct.
Gotta get that Rogaine
At 1 p.m. on Friday, an incident of larceny occurred at a CVS Pharmacy store in Allston at 1266 Comm. Ave. A CVS employee told officers that the suspect stole three boxes of Rogaine.
The employee said he was able to stop the suspect outside the CVS and recover this and other stolen items, including an Usher brand cologne kits, a six-pack case of 5-Hour Energy and Duracell batteries. The value of the goods he took is $236.
The employee described the suspect as a man with scruffy facial hair who wore all black and said he knew the suspect from previous shoplifting attempts. The suspect fled before the police arrived at the scene, and police could not find him after surveying the are
Memo: Thief in office
A wallet was stolen from a woman’s purse between 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. on Thursday while she was at work at 1168 Comm. Ave. in Brighton.
The victim said she left her wallet in her purse, which was left at her desk. The wallet included credit and debit cards, her driver’s license and her Social Security number. The woman reported that there were several fraudulent charges at grocery stores on her credit and debit card, including at a Star Market in Chestnut Hill.