The following reports were taken from the Allston-Brighton D-14 crime logs from Oct. 24 to Oct. 29.
Assault in a parking lot
At about 3:05 a.m. on Thursday, officers responded to a call in the parking lot at 145 Harvard Ave. The victim stated that he witnessed a male being assaulted by two male suspects. Yelling at the suspects to stop, the victim was confronted by the suspects, who threatened to pull out knives. The victim was then punched in the head and fell to the ground. The victim’s friend attempted to stop the suspects, but was also punched. Officers searched the area, but could not find the suspects.
House party gets out of control
On Saturday at about 1:17 a.m., officers were called about a noise disturbance at 10 Saunders St. Officers parked two houses away and observed the residence, where they saw people drinking alcohol on the porch and inside the house. The officers identified two residents of the house and told both of them that their guests needed to leave. Both of the residents were argumentative and refused to stop the party. One of the residents stated that he should be able to have a party because it was Friday night. The officers requested additional units and upon their arrival, all the guests left. The two residents will be summoned to the Brighton District Court for disturbing the peace and keeping a disorderly house.
Breaking and entering suspect gets away
Officers responded to a breaking and entering at 7 Wilton St. at about 1:11 a.m. on Sunday. The female victim reported that the suspect entered the house through an open kitchen window. She stated that she heard the suspect getting a knife from the kitchen. The suspect used this knife to pry open the victim’s bedroom door. When the suspect saw the victim and her six-year-old son in the bedroom, he fled through the front door. The victim stated that she did not know the suspect.Officers searched the area, but did not find the suspect.
Unknown man pours lighter fluid on back porch
At about 7:48 a.m. on Sunday, officers responded to a report of a person pouring gasoline on the porch of 15 Chester St. The victim stated that she walked into her kitchen and saw the male suspect pouring an unknown liquid from a blue can onto a mattress on the back porch. The suspect told the victim that it was a “message for the people upstairs.” He fled the scene and ran toward Berklee College of Music. When officers arrived, they could smell the lighter fluid and investigated the porch and surrounding areas. Officers interviewed the resident on the third floor. The suspect was not found.