Pill party? Nope
April 20 – Just after noon, a concerned resident of Beech Street called after hearing a man and woman on the street arguing about "selling pills." Police found the pair at Beech and Trapelo, asked a few questions and let the pair go on their way.
Belmont couple hurt in motorcycle accident
April 20 – A Belmont couple where seriously injured after their motorcycle was hit by a Honda Accord around 6:47 p.m. at the intersection of Belmont and Common streets. Watertown Police assisted Belmont Fire Rescue and Police to assist the husband and wife after they were thrown to the pavement in the accident. The pair was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston with arm and leg injures. The driver, a Belmont resident, was no cited at the scene. A state police team is investigating the incident.
"You've got threats"
April 21 – A Bradley Road resident called Belmont Police to report that her friend's ex-boyfriend was texting threats to her via her cellphone. And this was not the first time he's done this sort of G4 malitious messaging. Based on this information, two counts of threats to commit a crime was issued against a Fall River man. He'll be expected in court soon.
Honest Hit and Run suspect
April 23 – Just after nine in the morning, a person came into the police station and said they hit a person crossing the intersection of Beech Street and Trapelo Road and then left the scene. Officers told the guilt-ridden driver that no one had reported a pedestrian accident but they will keep his name just in case someone does come in. No one has.
Walk and gone
April 23 – Just after 3 p.m., a Harvard Road resident was happy to see a package on her front stoop with a new television stand she ordered. But the bag was a bit heavy for her to manuever inside her house so she decided to go for a walk before bringing it in. Unfortuantely, some unknown person didn't find the package that heavy. When she returned home, the box with the stand worth $443 gone.
Belmont's Bonnie and Clyde caught
April 24 – An attempt to use a stolen ATM card led to the arrest of a Belmont teen couple who are people of interest in the nighttime break-in of numerous vehicles around town in the past few weeks. was notified by her bank that someone other than her was trying to use her automated teller machine card that was reported stolen. Based on an investigation by Belmont detectives with information from the attempted fraud, a warrant was executed on a pair of Belmont teens: Ryan McKenna, 19, of 7 Moraine St. and a 16-year-old Belmont female, on the charges of breaking and entering in the nighttime, improper use of a credit card and possession of stolen registration documents. Police also uncovered a long list of possible stolen property on the pair including: credit cards, GPS devices, jewelry, lap top computers, iPods and some nice sunglasses. While Belmont Police are busy trying to contact possible victims, future charges are possible.