Boston 24: A look at the last 24 hours in the City of Boston.

Significant incidents reported to the BPD from Tuesday 8/22 thru 10 AM Wednesday, August 23.Note: the information below is preliminary information, and should not be considered official crime statistics. The information is based on an initial review of incident reports and may not be a comprehensive listing of events. It is not a statistical analysis, but rather an initial tally of significant events. Some of the incidents included may be covered in more detail in other blog postings. Homicides: 0 Non-fatal Shootings: 1. Non-fatal Stabbings: 0. Street Robberies: 4 Commercial Robberies: 1 Auto thefts: 10 Auto recoveries. 8 Larceny from motor Vehicles (motor-vehicle breaks): 18 Residential break-ins: 11 Commercial Break-ins: 2 Person Shot in Roxbury At about 2:40am this morning, officers responded to a call for shots fired in the area of 68 Highland Street. Once at the scene officers were informed that an 18-year-old male had taken himself to Boston Medical Center with a gunshot wound to his shoulder. The victim told police he was walking on Highland Street and was shot by person(s) unknown. District Detectives are investigating. Wine Thief Caught Red Handed Officers in the South End responded to a breaking and entering in progress at the Orinoco Restaurant, 477 Shawmut Avenue at about 4:27am this morning. Wyeth Phelps, 41, of Dorchester, was arrested and charged with the break-in. Officers also recovered three bottles of red wine he allegedly stole from inside the restaurant, inside his backpack. On Tuesday morning, officers responded to the Aquitaine restaurant at 569 Tremont Street and took a report of a break-in. A rear door window was smashed and two bottles of Grey Goose vodka were missing from the bar. No suspects were arrested, however Detectives are looking into the similarities of the two cases. Motor Vehicle breaks: As noted above, there were 18 reported incidents of a larceny from a motor vehicle. A reminder that many motor vehicle breaks are among the most easily preventable of crimes. They are typically crimes of opportunity, committed by thieves who look for valuables left unattended. View a BPDNews posting that details how you can protect yourself against motor vehicle breaks.