The following crime reports were taken from the Allston-Brighton D-14 crime logs from April 23 to April 29.
Unknown suspect steals bike
On Saturday at 7:00 p.m., police received a report of larceny that had occurred at 56 Ashford St. between Friday and Saturday night. The victim said she secured her bike, but returned the next day and found it missing.
Suspects receive complaints for providing alcohol to minors
Officers responded to an incident of underage drinking at 7 Price Rd. on Saturday at 1:38 a.m. Police observed the victim inside the bathtub vomiting and noticeably intoxicated. The witness who had been tending to the victim told officers he had been drinking as well. Officers saw other underage drinkers around. The suspects, the legal residents of the apartment, stated they invited the victim and witness as guests. One suspect said he was asleep and unaware of the party happening. The victim was transported to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for treatment. A court complaint was filed against the suspect for providing alcohol to underage drinkers.
Suspect spits in victim’s face and drives away
On Saturday at 8:20 p.m., police received a report of an assault that had taken place at the intersection of Commonwealth Avenue and Harry Agganis Way earlier that night. The victim stated that after making a U-turn, the suspect drove up on the passenger side of his car and spit in his face through an open window. The suspect fled the scene by turning onto Babcock Street.
Victim beaten by group of men
Officers were called to 34 Harvard Ave. on Sunday at 2:02 a.m. for an assault. Emergency responders examined the victim and observed injuries to the mouth and nose. He was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital for further treatment. Witnesses, friends of the victim told officers that they became involved in a verbal argument with six unknown males at Tavern in the Square on Brighton Avenue. After leaving the club, the same men followed the group and attacked the victim, pushing him to the ground and beating him. One suspect took the victim’s jacket, containing his car and apartment keys. One of the witnesses said he will be able to identify one of the suspects.
Suspect arrested for outstanding warrants and trespassing
At 7:05 p.m. on Monday, officers arrived at 2 Fidelis Way for a trespassing incident. Police observed the suspect talking with a group of people. As they advanced toward him, he noticed the officers’ badges and fled down the alley toward Fidelis Way. The suspect was placed under arrest for an outstanding court warrant and larceny check. Officers later learned that the suspect is on a no-trespass list and is not permitted on the Fidelis Housing Development property.