Daily Incidents For August 1, 2007

What Does The Future Hold for You?Yesterday around 5:47pm, District D-4 detectives conducted an investigation relative to numerous residents’ complaints of unlicensed fortune telling being conducted out of 411 Marlborough Street. Detectives obtained fliers that were put on cars advertising the psychic readings. The suspect stated that she applied for a fortune teller’s license but withdrew her application after neighbors voiced their opposition at a neighborhood meeting. The suspect was informed to stop conducting business out of the apartment. A criminal complaint will be sought for fortune telling without being licensed by the City of Boston. Three Tosses From Fenway Park At 8:44pm, officers from District D-4 assigned to the Fenway Park detail responded to a request for assistance at Gate C. Officers observed the suspect yelling at Fenway security personnel. Officers were informed by the supervisor of Fenway security that the suspect was told to leave park property due to unruly behavior. The suspect was asked to leave several times which he refused to do. Kevin Cullen, 18, of Las Cruces, New Mexico was arrested and charged with Disorderly and Trespassing. Last night at 8:50pm, officers from District D-4 assigned to the Fenway Park detail were flagged down by Fenway Security regarding two intoxicated males who made threats to run onto the field. Officers spoke with Fenway security who informed officers that he observed both males stumbling on the ramp near section twenty-four and twenty-five and overheard in slurred speech a discussion regarding interruption of the ball game by running onto the field. Officers then observed the two males standing swaying from side to side, speaking loud and slurring their speech with a large crowd of on-lookers. Officers inquired if they had any alcohol beverages and they stated, “We didn’t buy anything here we drank before we got here.” At that time both suspects became upset and began waving their arms after being advised to leave the park. Officers escorted both suspects away from the park to Yawkey Way and Brookline Avenue. Stephen Sweeney, 19 and Andrew Hillson, 19, both of Melrose were arrested and charged with Disturbing the Peace and Trespassing. Armed Robbery of Business This morning at 4:53am, officers from District A-1 responded to a radio call for an armed robbery in progress inside the Central Parking garage at 600 Commercial Street. Officers spoke with the victim who stated two unknown suspects entered the garage in a red vehicle with out-of-state plates. The description of suspects of the two suspects are as follows, first suspect was wearing a blue t-shirt, khaki pants and spiky hair, along with a second suspect wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans. The passenger got of the vehicle, displayed a handgun and demanded money. The victim stated he handed the suspect an undermined amount of cash. At that time the suspect got back into the vehicle and fled down Commercial Street and took a right onto the North Washington Street Bridge.