The following reports were taken from the Allston-Brighton District 14 crime logs from Sept. 3 to Sept. 8.
Theft in front of Wonder Bar
At about 3:05 a.m. on Friday, a police officer responded to a call at 72 Gardner St. for an assault and battery report. The victim and the witness told police officials they finished working at the Wonder Bar and were leaving when they realized they left their car’s hazard lights on, which killed the battery. They flagged down a blue Volvo and five black males offered to help. When the victim noticed her purse was not in the car, but on the ground next to it, she checked her bag and saw that her credit card was gone. She confronted the group and one male spat on her, hit her and then fled the scene. The victim was able to take a picture of the license plate when the group drove off.
Police responded to a call about a party at about 12:50 a.m. at 42 Kirkwood Road on Sunday. Upon arrival, officers heard loud music and entered the building. People on the porch began to run to exit from the backyard. The officer observed a white male take beer from the table and quickly exit the kitchen toward the front of the house. The officer told the male to put the beer down and the male took another sip of the drink. The officer repeated himself and the male attempted to flee. The officer asked him how old he was and the male told him he was 19. The officer asked the male how many times he had been asked to put the beer down and the male said at least three times. He was then placed under arrest.
Police officer assaulted
At about 3:49 a.m. on Saturday, two officers responded to a call to investigate a person at 200 Lake St. When they arrived, the officers spoke with the witness who stated that the suspect had pulled the fire alarm at about 2:27 a.m. The school staff had the suspect pulling the fire alarm on tape. When the officers approached the suspect, he ran to his room and locked himself inside. The facility coordinator opened the suspect’s room and an officer grabbed the suspect’s wrist. The suspect ducked, threw a wooden chair at the coordinator and began to run in an unknown direction. The suspect was summonsed to Brighton District Court for assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon on a police officer.
Kids dispersed at underage party
At about 12:15 a.m. on Friday two officers responded to a loud party at 1629 Commonwealth Ave. The officers heard loud music and went into the basement of the apartment. When they approached the door, they could smell a strong odor of marijuana. The officers contacted the lessee of the apartment and saw bottles of alcoholic beverages, cans of beer and about 30 people that appeared underage. The group was dispersed and peace restored.