Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The following information was provided by the Dedham Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not indicate conviction.
Monday, Jan. 28 (10:27 p.m.) According to police reports, a resident reported that his front tire was slashed at the corner of Oak and Curve Street. The owner reported that it wasn't driven for a few days, so it must have occurred between Jan. 24 and Jan. 28. Tuesday, Jan. 29 (3:11 p.m.) Dedham Police received a call that a shoplifter was being detained at a store on Providence Highway. Loss Prevention officers told police that they observed the suspect conceal ear bud headphones. He was placed under arrest. Friday, Feb. 1 (1:32 a.m.) Police were dispatched to Veterans Road for a suspicious person attempting to open a window, according to reports. When police arrived, the caller informed them that she observed a young white male trying …
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
The resident was at home at the time.
On Monday, Police received a 911 call around 1 p.m. about a breaking and entering incident on Cedar Street. "The resident was home at the time and startled the intruder who then fled the scene," Lt. Nedder, Jr. said. Dedham Police along with State Police K9 Units tried to search the area for the suspect, but had negative results. The case is still being investigated by police.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
According to police, the man broke into the church "in search of peace."
A Dedham man is now being charged with breaking and entering into the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in the South End, according to The Boston Globe. According to police, Jorge Jose Guevara was found on the floor in the the storage area surrounded by battery-operated candles, eucharistic wafers and wine. The witness who discovered him called police because she feared the cathedral would burn down. According to reports, the Guevara told police that he came to the church "in search of peace." In his arraignment Wednesday he pleaded not guilty in Boston Municipal Court, according to The Boston Globe. He was then ordered to undergo a competency evaluation with a court clinician. His next court date is Dec. 28.