Steven M. Sargent, Chief
On July 6th at about 5:35 AM, Worcester Police officers were dispatched to the Waverly Alternative School at 22 Waverly St for a report of a commercial alarm. Upon arrival, they observed a male, later identified as Alexis Montes, thirty-eight-years-old of Coral St, pushing a cart with a big-screen TV inside. Officers questioned Mr. Montes and inspected the building. They noticed that the back window of the building was recently broken and it appeared that someone had entered. They were able to watch surveillance footage, and saw Mr. Montes enter the building and take the TV and two projectors.
Posted: Monday 07/08/19
On July 6th at about 8:10 AM, Worcester Police were dispatched to the intersection of Chandler and Main St for a report of a pedestrian accident. Officers observed a male lying in the road who appeared to be injured. Paramedics treated the man medically and transported him to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Officers shut down the road so the Crash Reconstruction Unit could investigate the accident.
Posted: Sunday 07/07/19
On July 3rd, 2019 at about 7:50 PM, Worcester Police officers were dispatched to O’Connor’s Restaurant at 1160 West Boylston St for a report of a stabbing. Upon arrival, officers saw several patrons holding down a male, later identified as Carlos Asencio, twenty-eight-years-old of Derry, NH. Officers also observed a thirty-one-year-old female victim, who had been stabbed. Officers struggled with Mr. Asencio, placed him in handcuffs, and delivered medical aid to the badly-wounded female victim, who was brought to the hospital by ambulance.
Posted: Thursday 07/04/19
When: Wednesday 07/17/19 5:30 PM
Where: Main South CDC, 875 Main Street
When: Thursday 07/18/19 5:30 PM
Where: 111 Country Club Blvd 1st floor community room.
When: Thursday 07/18/19 7:00 PM
Where: KIVA Center, 209 Shrewsbury Street
When: Monday 07/22/19 7:00 PM
Where: Stop and Shop (Lincoln Plaza), 545 Lincoln Street
WPD Officers Make Quick Arrest in Waverly St School Break https://t.co/p7Cq9Kf2oL
Worcester Police Crash Reconstruction Unit Investigate Pedestrian Accident on Chandler St https://t.co/MVR4dK8bWN
Detectives are seeking to identify this man in connection with an assault that occurred in the Millbury Street area. If you have information about this incident, please send an anonymous text to 274637 TIPWPD + your message or calls can be made at (508) 799-8651. https://t.co/azypnDfpHO
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