Wednesday, 9/28: 7:34 a.m. F Street. Caller reports that someone went through her vehicle last night and stole her purse, which contained the car keys and Air Pod Pros. At around 1:30 a.m. the Air Pods were pinging on Nantasket Avenue away from her residence. Units are checking the remainder of street for cameras in the area. Units are waiting on residents to check some video footage. Air Pods were pinging in the area of a Nantasket Avenue address with nothing showing. Unit will file and will be following up…7:38 a.m. Hull High School. Student reports that he believes his debit card has been stolen…9:19 a.m. Nantasket Avenue & Edgewater Road. Caller reports that the paving company has the street blocked with no signage for detour instructions. Officer reports that it appears they unloaded the trailer and it is now off the roadway…9:26 a.m. Party in headquarters would like to speak with an officer to report that she left a bag of personal documents on the bus yesterday and wants it on record in case anyone has gone through the information…12 p.m. Arrest. Prospect Avenue. Sonia Derissaint, 57, of Roslindale, is under arrest on charges of A&B with dangerous weapon…12:37 p.m. Cadish Avenue. Caller reports that his car was unlocked last night and his wallet is missing. Units will be playing the area looking for cameras in the neighborhood…1:47 p.m. Party in headquarters reports the sticker on his plate was stolen and that it occurred in Hull. Sticker was taken off son’s car in Dorchester. Party was advised to go through Boston Police or contact the registry for a new sticker…1:50 p.m. Deceased rabbit removed from Nantasket Road…1:53 p.m. Caller is looking for advice regarding a dog that lives on Third Street that she believes needs to be on a muzzle. She was advised to call back if she has any problems with the dog. The dog’s owner was advised of the complaint…3:33 p.m. Officer is transporting one female from Hingham District Courthouse to the station and then to her residence to get some property…4:51 p.m. Officer is transporting the female party from the day shift arrest to Prospect Avenue…5:06 p.m. Samoset Avenue. Caller reports that his neighbor is threatening him. No known weapons. Male is back in his house. Caller states this is over a parking issue. All parties have been advised. Vehicle will be removed. Peace restored…6:35 p.m. Landfill Access Road. Caller reports an oil truck is parked in the roadway and is blocking the whole road. Area checked. Nothing showing…7:47 p.m. M Street. Caller would like to speak with an officer about fraud. No fraudulent activity. Party received a scam email. Party called the number but did not give any personal information…10:35 p.m. George Washington Boulevard. Motor vehicle stop. Operator is fleeing. Officer deployed taser. Second officer requests FD as well as Hingham OIC to the scene as suspect crossed into Hingham. Male is in custody and is being transported to the station. Express has the vehicle…11:07 p.m. Arrest. Matthew T. Cousins, 28, of Hingham, is under arrest for OUI liquor or .08% (second offense), negligent operation of motor vehicle, speeding – rate of speed greater than was reasonable and proper, disorderly conduct, A&B on police officer, resisting arrest.
Thursday, 9/29: 3:09 a.m. Officer is transporting prisoner back to station…4:55 a.m. Officer reports out with an injured rooster. Will be checking the area for the owner. Rooster has been returned to a Nantasket Avenue address where it lives…8:50 a.m. Officer is transporting party in custody to Hingham District Courthouse…9:24 a.m. Walk-in to headquarters to report an identity scam…4:51 p.m. Units report out at the dike looking for a possible homeless camp. Male party was just taking a nap. He is in the custody of his wife. Units clear.
Friday, 9/30: 10:49 a.m. Male in lobby would like to speak to an officer…11:04 a.m. Raccoon is stuck in the dumpster in the back of Marina Beach Condos…1:13 p.m. Party into headquarters for report of past larceny…7:33 p.m. Warfield Avenue. Caller reports that a large red dog followed her home. Dog has a leash and collar but no tags. She will hold on to the dog. It is okay to give her number out if someone calls for it…8:43 p.m. Nantasket Avenue. Caller would like to speak to an officer regarding his rights about his apartment and the belongings still inside. The landlord changed the locks and put some of his stuff on the curb. Male is a tenant at will but is all paid up. Wellspring told him to call if something like this were to occur. Male is at the neighbor’s house right now. Officer reports that both parties have been advised of their rights. Caller has removed some items from the apartment. Officer will file. Units clear.
Saturday, 10/1: 12:26 a.m. Moreland Avenue. Caller states that a vehicle with a headlight out is driving by the caller’s house and they do not like him. Vehicle is now stopped in front of the house. Officers en route. Caller is at the house with his girlfriend and mother. States parties are trying to mess with him. He is not able to see what they are doing outside of the car. Caller states that last year they tried to break into his house and attempted to get him outside to jump him. Caller does not see the car anymore. Units report out with the vehicle at Bay Street and Moreland Avenue. Male is going to put a shirt on and wait for the officers. Male does have knives in his room and car for work. Officer is at Moreland to make contact with the reporting party. Officer reports that all parties in the vehicle have been advised and sent on their way. Reporting party has been advised of rights and recourses of 258E. Units clear. Officer will file… 1:14 a.m. Walk-in to headquarters would like to speak with an officer to report inappropriate sexual activity at a local restaurant about an hour ago. Other male involved is possibly on foot. Officer reports units made contact with the male who denies all allegations. He states he was helping a family friend. Male states there is an ongoing issue with him and the reporting party. Units clear. Officer will file report…2:57 a.m. The Parrot. Officer reports a vehicle struck a parking meter, which snapped at the base. Officer will be taking the meter to the station…8:26 a.m. Walk-in to headquarters. Gold ring found…9:01 a.m. George Washington Boulevard. Caller reports that an 18-wheeler parked in the DCR lot overnight and caller would like a well-being check on the truck. The truck is not running and she is not sure if it is occupied. Officer reports there is a dog inside and there’s plenty of water and food. He is attempting to locate the owner. The dog does not appear to be in distress. He will check back later for the owner…9:12 a.m. Officer reports new graffiti at the forts…9:14 a.m. Atlantic Avenue. Caller states that after construction, clients are unable to get into her salon safely. She states that it is a safety issue and would like someone to come down and look and see what can be done to correct it. Officer will respond. This has been addressed before. Will advise the owner that if her clients want to park on School Street in front of the station and walk to the shop it may help. Officer spoke to the owner and advised her to have the clients enter from the right side of the building where there is less of a hazard. She agreed this would be easier…12:01 p.m. Nantasket Avenue. Caller reports that an abandoned building should be boarded up and it is not. Door is open. Caller states there are no visible broken windows. Officers checked the building and nothing is amiss. They have placed a police lock on the building. Contact was made with building commissioner and he will check the building and get ahold of the owners to board it up…12:10 p.m. Walk-in to headquarters reports a truck parked in front of a hydrant in front of a No Parking sign. Officer reports that the vehicle is not blocking the hydrant and it has a Hull sticker. Owner was located and vehicle is being moved…12:43 p.m. Walk-in to headquarters reports that last night a drone hovered over their house for 15 minutes. They would like a report on file…1:06 p.m. State Park Road. Caller reports that a Golden Retriever is walking off-leash with owners on the beach. She asked them to put it on leash and they continued with the dog off-leash. Owner was located and advised of the complaint. they have left the beach for the day…4:48 p.m. Magnetic key box with a car key and house key was turned in at the desk…10:42 p.m. Daddy’s Beach Club. 911 caller states the male party from earlier is waiting outside for people to leave. Caller would like officers to come back. Officer reports nothing on Bay Street. Will take some passes through the area. Nothing showing.
Sunday, 10/2: 9:27 a.m. Beacon Road. Caller states that a dog ran out to her and her dog on the beach as if it were going to attack them. There was no actual physical contact made between the dogs, but it did get in their personal space. Caller was very scared and would like to speak with an officer. Officer reports out at Point Allerton speaking with the other party. No answer at this time. No dog was hurt…12:05 p.m. Walk-in to headquarters would like to report a minor motor vehicle crash in front of her house last night. She would like to see an officer at the residence. Officer will file…12:28 p.m. Officer reports out to check a plate that is possibly on two different vehicles. Complaint is confirmed. Officer is speaking to the owner. Plate has been removed…1 p.m. Gunrock Avenue. Homeowner reports someone walked into her house today at 12:31 p.m. Video also shows them walking out. Caller is not sure who it is and if it has anything to do with why the police were there. She would like to speak to an officer…1:15 p.m. Male into headquarters requests an officer meet him while he picks up one more thing at a location. Party was assisted.
Monday, 10/3: 10:15 a.m. The Estates, Avalon Drive. Employee in the leasing office would like to speak to an officer regarding two vehicles…11:29 a.m. Nantasket Avenue. Bags of trash and a boat were left in the municipal parking lot. Owner of the boat and the trailers called to report that she would be moving them by the end of the day tomorrow. She also stated she had permission from the apartment manager. Officer advised…2:35 p.m. Nantasket Avenue. Caller states she just arrived home and noticed blood on her son’s car and drops of blood on the second floor. States that her sons are fine. Doesn’t know where it came from and if anyone could be hurt. Officer reports this is a small amount of blood, possibly from a cat or a squirrel…4 p.m. Nantasket Avenue & L Street. Caller reports a vehicle speeding in the area. Officer advised…5:32 p.m. Moreland Avenue. Caller reports a youth Trek bike was stolen from the yard…6:09 p.m. Milford Street. Caller reports turkeys are nesting in a tree in front of her house and they are being aggressive. She would like to talk to an officer about what to do. Officer reports no one is answering the door…11:12 p.m. Officer reports the male in protective custody has been released and was left in the care and custody of his mother.
Tuesday, 10/4: 9:50 a.m. George Washington Boulevard. Employee at Manet Community Health states there is a deceased deer on the ramp to the building. Officer reports that it is a smaller deer that is entwined in the railing. Message was left for DPW to see if they could assist. DPW is responding to assess the situation…11:34 a.m. Walk-in to headquarters to report identity theft. Officer will file report…12:06 p.m. Andrew Road. Owner of unregistered vehicle has been notified and given paperwork…12:53 p.m. Malta Street. Caller reports that a furnace is smoking in the attic. No flames but there is smoke in the attic. Caller is the builder and is evacuating at this time. C2 is on scene and investigating. Nothing showing. They are investigating a heating unit in the attic…2:13 p.m. Walk-in to headquarters would like to speak to an officer regarding speeding cars in the area. Party would like a speed trailer. Officer will talk with maintenance and is requesting patrols in the area…5:11 p.m. Nantasket Avenue. Caller reports that someone hit some trees in his yard at some point last night and did some damage. Officer reports a side mirror from a vehicle was left behind. Will be checking the area. See report…7:16 p.m. Bay Street. Caller reports that there is a high-tension wire that is in contact with a tree and there is sparking and arcing. C3 requests Hull Light to the scene. Hull Light will get someone out…10:35 p.m. Nantasket Avenue. Caller reports one bang on her roof. Husband checked the house. Nothing inside. He didn’t check outside. Officer checked the building and all is secure.