Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The suspect in the Saturday morning robbery of Citizens Bank in Union Square, Somerville, was arrested early Tuesday morning at a Red Roof Inn in Salem, NH.
Michael Tucker, 45, the suspect in a Somerville bank robbery last weekend, was identified from the bank surveillance photo by Westwood Police, who had knowledge of him from an unrelated investigation. Tucker is the suspect in the Saturday morning robbery of Citizens Bank in Union Square, Somerville. He was arrested early Tuesday morning at a Red Roof Inn in Salem, NH, Somerville Police said. He was located at the hotel overnight and agents from the FBI, Violent Crimes Task Force, U.S. Marshals Service, Somerville Police and Salem Police converged on the hotel. Tucker was arrested on the charge of a federal parole violation warrant and will also be charged with the Somerville Citizens Bank robbery, police said. The robbery happened at the …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The following information was provided by the Westwood Police Department. When an arrest is mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.
Monday, September 10 Burglary (12:06 p.m.) - A Clapboardtree St. resident called to report that their home had been broken into. The caller waited outside until officers arrived. A side entrance had a large hole in it. It was possibly kicked in. Officers looked around the house and noticed that the cabinets and bedrooms had been searched through. A laptop and some jewelry had been taken. Thursday, September 13 Fraudulent Activity (7:40 p.m.) - A Woodland Rd. resident reported that a merchant account had been set up online in his name with a credit line of $10,000. The account used inconsistent information, which had helped Intuit catch the activity and deny it.
Monday, September 10, 2012
The following information is provided by the Westwood Police Department. When an arrest is mentioned it does not mean there has been a conviction.
Tuesday, September 4 Burglary (2:47 p.m.) - A resident of East St. reported that their house had been broken into. A two-way window fan had been pushed into the house from the outside so the burglar could gain access to the home. A laptop and jewelry were taken, although interestingly there were other items that appeared to have been left behind. This case is still under investigation. The Westwood Police Department reports that they were able to gather some forensic evidence, and this evidence has been sent off so it can be processed. This is not the first burglary in recent weeks in Westwood. You may remember an arrest being made in a burglary less than two weeks ago. The suspect arrested in that case is still in jail, though, and no …