Police Report North End Crime Down 25%

May 9, 2013
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Captain Thomas Lee and Officer Ted Boyle proudly display their gifts from the residents.

Captain Thomas Lee and Officer Ted Boyle proudly display their gifts from the residents.

District A-1 Boston Police Captain Thomas Lee and Officer Ted Boyle were given a rousing round of applause relating to police actions following the Boston Marathon bombings at last week’s North End Public Safety meeting held in the Nazzaro Community Center. Residents presented them with BPD Boston Strong t-shirts.

Captain Lee spoke about the incident and praised everyone involved, especially the citizens that helped to saves lives by assisting the injured.

The Captain also advised residents that Part One crimes are down in the community by twenty-five percent during the first four months of 2013.

According to a police report issued at the meeting there were no homicides, sexual assaults, aggravated assaults or community disorder reported during the month of April.

The report also indicated there were 2 breaking and entering, 1 robbery, 3 auto thefts, 4 larcenies, 3 larcenies from a motor vehicle and 1 case of graffiti reported during the same time period.

Two Revere residents were arrested for writing on signs. A female and a male were using magic markers to write messages on public property.

Three Larceny of vehicles took place on Cooper Street, Lewis Wharf and Battery Wharf. Four larcenies took place on Atlantic Avenue, Commercial, Charter and Prince Streets. Two breaking and entering occurred on Goodridge Court and Atlantic Avenue.

The next Public Safety meeting will be held on Thursday, June 6 at 6:30pm in the Nazzaro Community Center.