The following crime reports were taken from the Allston-Brighton D-14 crime logs from Oct. 8 to Oct. 15.
Bomb threats at CVS
At about 6:00 p.m. Thursday, officers responded to four bomb threats made at different CVS Pharmacies across Boston. The callers of all four threats reported similar information about the suspect. The store manager of the CVS located at 181 Brighton Ave. stated that the threatening phone call came from a male. The manager stated that the suspect threatened to set off multiple bombs inside the store if he did not receive information about Green Dot money cards. Officers inspected the buildings but did not find any devices.
Money goes missing
Officers responded to a call at 1293 Commonwealth Ave. at about 10:03 p.m. on Thursday. Upon entering the building, the officers spoke to a female victim, who was under the influence of alcohol. The intoxicated woman stated that she had $1,000 in her purse and when she came back from the liquor store, it was gone. She stated that her husband, son and daughter were the only ones in the apartment and she did not see any of them go near the purse. All three family members were searched, but no money was found. Officers had trouble conducting an investigation because of the victim’s alcohol consumption.
Breaking and entering suspect unknown
At about 1:06 p.m. Friday, officers responded to a call at 15 Linden St. for breaking and entering. On the way to the residence, officers saw a white male on the street that matched the description of the suspect. The officers escorted the male to 15 Linden St. to ask the victims if he was the suspect. The victims stated that they only saw the back of the suspect’s head. Because the male could not be identified as the suspect, he was released.
Officers break up a fight
On Sunday, at about 2:22 a.m., officers witnessed a fight at the intersection of Harvard Avenue and Brighton Avenue. While sitting in their marked department cruiser, the officers saw five individuals begin pushing each other. One male in the group was observed to be physically aggressive to two females, causing one to fall backwards on the sidewalk. Officers exited the vehicle to break up the fight. The suspect was placed in handcuffs and forced into the officers’ cruiser. Officers attempted to speak to the two females, but they already fled the scene. A witness told the officers that the suspect had been flirting with one of the unknown females, prompting an argument. One of the two girls punched the suspect in the face, but the suspect did not hit anyone. The suspect was arrested for disturbing the peace.