Crime News

Crime Log January 24 to January 30, 2023

Assault

23004224: On 1/24/23 at approximately 11:47 PM, Somerville Police responded to Grand Union Blvd for a panic alarm coming from a Lyft driver. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated he picked up a female party at Grand Union Blvd and when she entered his car, she began kicking the back of his seat and grabbing at him. The suspect left prior to police arrival.

Crime Log January 17 to January 23, 2023

Arrest

23002817: On 1/17/23 at approximately 12:17 PM, Somerville Police responded to a business on Mystic Ave for report of a larceny. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the manager who stated a male party stole numerous items from the store then brandished a knife and swung it at him. Officers observed the male fleeing toward the Assembly train station and ordered him to stop. A knife was recovered from his pocket and he was placed into custody.

Crime Log January 3 to January 16, 2023

Assault

23001473: On 1/9/23 at approximately 7:47 PM, a female party entered the station and reported that she was victim of an assault on the morning of 1/8/23. The victim stated she left Encore Casino and was followed by another vehicle. When the victim stopped at a light, a male and female exited the other vehicle and the female party threw her onto the ground and kicked her. As the victim tried to get up, the male party pushed her back to the ground. The female party then vandalized the victim’s vehicle. 

Crime Log December 20 to January 2, 2023

Assault

22071766: On 12/21/22 at approximately 7:27 PM, Somerville Police responded to a business on Columbia St for report of an assault. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated she was assaulted by her co-worker following an altercation.

Crime Log December 13 to December 19, 2022

Commercial Breaking & Entering

22071069: On 12/18/22 at approximately 4:19 AM, Somerville Police responded to a business in the area of Broadway & Victoria St for report a breaking and entering in progress. Officers were informed a male party was inside the business but fled prior to police arrival. Officers observed the door to the business was  forced open. Nothing was reported missing.