22020234: On 4/15/22 at approximately 4:48 AM, the pictured individual smashed two windows of a business in the area of Broadway & Marshall St. The suspect then proceeded to steal several packs of cigarettes and cash. Anyone with information, please contact the Somerville Police Department at 617-625-1600.
Commercial Breaking and Entering
22018224: On 4/6/22 at approximately 2:10 AM, Somerville Police responded to a business on Pearl St for an alarm. Upon arrival, officers observed a piece of glass on the front garage had been removed and an office door was open. Multiple packs of cigarettes and cash were stolen.
Looking to ID
22017108: On 3/27/22 at approximately 9:30 PM, the pictured individual entered a garage in the area of Tannery Brook Row and proceeded to vandalize a vehicle. The person was riding an orange bicycle with a skateboard attached to it. If you have any information on the pictured individual, please contact the Somerville Police Department at 617-625-1600.
Shooting - Memorial Rd - 4/5/2022
On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, at approximately 7:07 PM, the Somerville Police received 911 calls for shots fired at 10a Memorial Rd. Upon arrival, police discovered ballistic evidence in the form of shell casings on Memorial Rd. The investigation revealed a red or maroon Subaru turned on to Memorial Rd from Temple St and an occupant from the vehicle fired shots a group of victims standing in front of 10a Memorial Rd. There are no reported injuries but stray bullets entered two apartments at Memorial Rd where one occupant was nearly hit with the stray bullets while seated in the living room. Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call police at 617-625-1600 Ext. 7240 or leave an anonymous tip on the SomervillePD App via Android or iOS.
Gun & Drug Seizures
On 3/23/22 Somerville PD, with the assistance of Quincy PD, executed a search warrant of a residence in Quincy related to an ongoing investigation. Detectives recovered an M&P Shield firearm, over ½ kilo of cocaine, and 70 grams of crack cocaine. Warrants were issued for two adults and a criminal complaint for one juvenile.