DOOR KICKER ARRESTED DOWNTOWNAt about 2:45am, on Saturday, November 3, 2007, officers from Area A-1 (Downtown) responded to a radio call for vandalism in progress at the Asian Garden Restaurant at 28 Harrison Avenue. On arrival, officers spoke to restaurant employees who stated two individuals entered the restaurant, ate, paid their bill and left. Moments later, however, the individuals returned looking for a jacket. According to restaurant employees, one of the individuals told them he left his jacket in the restaurant and he wanted it back. Restaurant employees looked for the jacket but no success. At this point, the suspect became angry and kicked the front door as he was exiting the restaurant. The glass in the door cracked but did not shatter. After receiving descriptions of the suspects, officers were able to locate one of the individuals. However, when officers brought the individual back to the restaurant, restaurant employees told officers that, although the individual was in the company of the other suspect, he was not the one who kicked the door. At this point, officers asked the individual to provide the identity of the other suspect. The individual complied and gave officers the cell phone number of the suspect who kicked the door. Officers then called the suspect and asked him to return to the restaurant. When the suspect returned, officers arrested Shane Grady, 29, of Chelsea and charged him with Willful & Malicious Destruction of Property.
At about 1:12am, on Sunday, November 4, 2007, officers from Area A-1 (Downtown) observed an individual exposing her buttocks in public. Officers observed the individual repeatedly raise her dress while walking along Commercial Street. Her flashing caused a disturbance and annoyance to several pedestrians lawfully present in the area. As a result, officers arrested Ashley Thrasher, 21, of Foxborough and charged her with Indecent Exposure and Disturbing the Peace.
At about 10:58pm, on Saturday, November 3, 2007, officers from Area D-4 (South End) received a radio call for a robbery in the area of Ipswich Street. On arrival, officers spoke to several victims who stated they were approached by a man, who, after quickly displaying what appeared to be a badge, identified himself as a police detective, and then robbed them. According to the victims, they were drinking alcohol in public in the area of Ipswich Street when the suspect approached. After identifying himself as a police detective, the suspect told the victims that they could get in trouble for drinking in public. According to the victims, the suspect then asked the victims to hand over their wallets and forms of identification. Once the suspect got their wallets, he proceeded to confiscate all of their cash. The suspect also took possession of the victim’s cell phones. At this point, the suspect ordered one of the victims to walk with him. According to the victim, he and the suspect boarded an MBTA Green Line Train. After a few stops, the suspect and victim exited the train at the Boylston Street Station. Once off the train, the suspect returned the cell phones to the victim and then fled the scene on foot.
Victims describe the suspect as a white male in his 30’s with short light brown hair; light facial hair in the shape of a \’chinstrap\’ style beard; wearing a brown three quarter length leather jacket with a white fur collar; gray t-shirt and baggy dark blue jeans.
The Boston Police Department is actively investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding this incident. Anyone with information relative to this individual is urged to contact Boston Police Area D-4 Detectives at (617) 343-5619.
Individuals wishing to remain anonymous should call the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1-800-494-TIPS (8477) or text ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). Police will protect the identity of those who wish to remain anonymous.

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