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City Crime Logs: Jan. 12–16

The following crime reports were taken from the Boston Police Department crime logs from Jan. 12-16.

Man makes a swift getaway after being revived by police

An officer responded to a radio call for an unconscious person at 86 Glenville Ave. on Friday at 12:38 a.m. Boston Emergency Medical Services and the Boston Fire Department met the officer upon arrival and informed him the person was found with a needle in his arm. Narcan was used to revive the unconscious person from what was later determined to be a heroin overdose. After revival, the suspect quickly exited the building through the rear exits, escaping police custody. Search efforts to find the individual were unsuccessful.

7-Eleven employee impersonator commits larceny

An officer responded to a radio call for a larceny report from a 7-Eleven at 241 Market St. on Friday at 10:45 a.m. Unauthorized activation of three prepaid credit cards amounted to $1,194 theft. The individual who made the authorizations was determined to be an impersonator who did not work for 7-Eleven.

Honda Accord goes up in flames

An officer responded to a call for a motor vehicle fire at 5 Gould St. on Friday at 8:47 a.m. The red Honda Accord had burn damage to the dashboard and engine area, and was towed for safekeeping. The officer’s efforts to contact the owner were unsuccessful.

 

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