Crime Map: Man Trespassed from Problem Property

Here are highlights from the police blotter for Jamaica Plain from Thursday, April 9 through Tuesday, April 14. You can view incidents in the interactive map above and a text list below.

Among the incidents for this period was police arresting a man for allegedly trespassing at 3118 Washington St. That’s significant because the building has long been on the city’s “problem properties” list. The owners of the building recently promised police and community members to improve the building by hiring an superintendent and installing security cameras.

The time listed is when the incident allegedly took place, not when it was reported. Arrests and charges are not convictions.

Date Time Incident Location
March 19 06:00 PM Residential break-in (force) 109 W. Walnut Park
April 3 06:00 PM Residential break-in (no force) 39 Yale Terrace
April 3 08:00 PM Larceny in a building ($200 and over) 2 Pond St.
April 4 03:00 PM Frauds (all other) 16 Goodrich Road
April 6 07:50 AM A supplemental report was filed in a residential break-in (no force) 4 Walk Hill St.
April 7 02:00 PM Non-residential break-in (no force) 670 Centre St.
April 8 12:00 PM Sexual assault (by police policy, they give no location on these types of reports) withheld by police
April 8 08:30 PM Larceny, non-accessory, from a vehicle (under $50) 16 Creighton St.
April 9 07:25 AM Threats to do bodily harm Centre Street
April 9 08:00 AM Larceny, non-accessory, from a vehicle ($200 and over) 21 Plainfield St.
April 9 09:19 AM Larceny, non-accessory, from a vehicle ($200 and over) 78 Chestnut Ave.
April 9 02:34 PM A Dorchester man was arrested and charged on an unspecified warrant Washington Street
April 9 08:45 PM Trespassing 279 Centre St.
April 9 09:00 PM Drugs (possession of class A drugs) 279 Centre St.
April 9 09:30 PM Felix Martinez, 1991 Columbus Ave. #1, Roxbury, was arrested and charged with trespassing 3118 Washington St.
April 9 11:30 PM Vandalism 6 Southbourne Road
April 10 01:00 PM Frauds (all other) 7 Warren Square
April 10 3:31 PM Assault and battery 3324 Washington St.
April 10 03:55 PM Martha Hollingsworth, 1871 Columbus Ave., Boston was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (other) 82 Green St.
April 10 08:00 PM Vandalism 8 Child St.
April 10 09:30 PM Motor vehicle accident with personal injury Washington Street
April 11 07:30 AM Non-residential break-in (force) 10 Cleaves St.
April 11 10:35 AM Larceny, non-accessory, from a vehicle ($200 and over) Bussey Street
April 11 01:35 PM Assault and battery 934 Parker St.
April 11 01:52 PM Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (knife) 21 Wardman Road
April 12 02:35 AM Hit-and-run with personal injury Hyde Park Avenue
April 12 11:36 AM Hit-and-run with personal injury Washington Street
April 12 06:00 PM A Roxbury man was arrested and charged on an unspecified warrant 2029 Columbus Ave.
April 12 06:12 PM Threats to do bodily harm (at Arbour Hospital) 49 Robinwood Ave.
April 12 09:40 PM Assault and battery Boylston Street
April 13 05:30 AM Residential break-in (no property taken) 171 Green St.
April 13 11:20 AM Trespassing 72 Mozart St.
April 13 03:00 PM Larceny, non-accessory, from a vehicle ($50 to $199) Tower Street
April 13 05:00 PM Larceny in a building (under $50) 1153 Centre St.
April 13 05:44 PM Unarmed street robbery 279 Centre St.
April 13 07:40 PM Assault and battery 3417 Washington St.
April 13 11:15 PM Violation of a restraining order 111 Perkins St.
April 14 08:45 AM Assault and battery 493 Centre St.
April 14 10:45 AM Larceny, non-accessory, from a vehicle ($200 and over) South Street
April 14 02:00 PM Sexual assault (by police policy, they give no location on these types of reports) withheld by police
April 14 09:20 PM Fire report (car, brush, etc.) 96 St. Rose St.
April 14 10:27 PM Larceny in a building ($200 and over) 480 Centre St.

Want to do something positive about crime? Police recommend attending a monthly police-community meeting to let them know your concerns and ideas. The next one is Thursday, May 7, 7 p.m at Curtis Hall Community Center, 20 South St.