Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Cambridge Massachusetts Police Station Address: 125 6th St, Cambridge, MA 02141, United States

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Cambridge Police Department added 2 new photos.2 days ago

A big congratulations to Deputy Superintendent Rob Lowe, who has graduated from the FBI National Academy’s 271st Class. He received his diploma from FBI Director Christopher Wray during the FBI National Academy’s graduation exercise in Quantico, Virginia on Friday. Voted the Section 1 Class Representative, Deputy Lowe is the fifth active officer in CPD to participate and graduate from the prestigious Academy.

For more information on Deputy Lowe’s acceptance into the program and an overview of his career, visit https://www.cambridgema.gov/cpd/newsandalerts/Archives/detail.aspx?path=%2fsitecore%2fcontent%2fhome%2fcpd%2fnewsandalerts%2fArchives%2f2018%2f01%2fcambridgepolicedeputysuperintendenttojoinfbinationalacademy

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We are sharing some news related to an important operation that our Special Investigations Unit was involved in. Yesterday, five individuals were arrested in three states and charged in connection with operating a long-running interstate prostitution ring.

Yoon I. Kim, 36, of Haymarket, Va.; Taehee Kim, a/k/a “Hyunsook Kim,” 46, of Haymarket, Va.; Jineok Kim, 38, of Watertown, Mass.; Kyung Song, 52, of Lexington, Mass.; and Susan Bashir, a/k/a “Susan Redmon,” a/k/a “Susan Redmond,” 41, of Stone Mountain, Ga., were charged in a criminal complaint with one count of conspiracy to persuade, induce, entice, or coerce individuals to travel in interstate commerce to engage in prostitution. The defendants were arrested and appeared in federal courts in Boston, Virginia, and Atlanta.

According to the criminal complaint, beginning in at least November 2015, the defendants operated an interstate prostitution network with multiple brothels in high-end apartments in Cambridge, Mass.; Atlanta, Ga.; and eastern Virginia. They advertised appointments with Asian women primarily on three websites: www.bostonasiandolls.com, www.exoticasiansatlanta.com, and www.redhotflowers69.com. The women advertised on the websites were moved from city to city within the network, working as prostitutes for the organization. Co-conspirators collected the cash earnings from the women working at the brothels and made bulk deposits—sometimes thousands of dollars at a time in cash—at ATMs near the brothels, funneling the money into accounts controlled by other co-conspirators. Co-conspirators also used U.S. Postal money orders and the U.S. Mail to transport proceeds from the prostitution network.

The charge of conspiracy to persuade, induce, entice, or coerce women to travel in interstate commerce to engage in prostitution provides for a sentence of no greater than five years in prison, three years of supervised release, and a fine of $250,000 or twice the gross gain/loss, whichever is greater. Sentences are imposed by a federal district court judge based upon the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.

United States Andrew E. Lelling; Michael Shea, Acting Special Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations in Boston; Raymond Moss, Acting Inspector in Charge of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service; and Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville G. Bard Jr. made the announcement today. Assistant U.S. Attorneys David J. D’Addio and Amy Harman Burkart of Lelling’s Civil Rights Enforcement Team are prosecuting the case.

The details contained in the charging documents are allegations. The defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

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Cambridge Police Department added 5 new photos.1 week ago

A few sights from today’s prolonged storm. No matter the weather, our officers are here to serve and protect you Cambridge. Photo credits: Jay Connor and Bimal Photo.

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Cambridge Police Department added 6 new photos — with Ashley Kmiec and 5 others.2 weeks ago

Today on International Women’s Day, we celebrate women in policing. We are proud of all the talented and dedicated women of all ranks and roles who work for the Cambridge Police and their contributions in keeping Cambridge safe. #IWD2018

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Cambridge Police Department2 weeks ago

Thanks to assistance from the community and the follow-up from our officers, a large capacity, loaded firearm has been taken off of Cambridge’s streets. Yesterday, at about 5:35 p.m., patrol officers with the Cambridge Police Department responded to the area of Franklin Street. A concerned resident reported two males sitting inside a rental car with New York license plates, who appeared to be involved in a possible drug transaction. Officers were able to quickly locate the vehicle, which was partially blocking the driveway of Franklin Place. When officers arrived, a male was exiting the Franklin Street Park area and entering the driver’s side of the car. While one officer stayed with the driver, another officer located two other males inside the park smoking marijuana. Both acknowledged being associated with the driver and they were questioned.

As the driver was looking to produce identification out of the center console of the car, officers observed multiple bags of marijuana and several bills scattered on the driver’s seat. Due to these observations and those of the concerned resident, the driver exited the vehicle and officers began to perform a search of the vehicle. During the search, a red backpack was located in the backseat that was heavier than “just clothes” as described by the passenger, who claimed ownership. Inside the backpack was a jacket that appeared to contain the handle of a black firearm. Officers confirmed this by recovering a loaded black .45 caliber Glock 21 firearm.

It was determined that none of the stopped parties had a Massachusetts License to Possess a Firearm. In addition to the recovery of the firearm, a brown paper bag containing 94 grams of marijuana, another bag holding 135 grams of marijuana in 13 baggies, and an envelope with $492 in cash was recovered and submitted to evidence.

The driver — Nasir Abdullah, 21, Waltham — was charged with the Possession of a Class D Drug with Intent to Distribute. The passenger — Demetrius Woodson, 21, Cambridge – was charged with Carrying a Loaded Firearm without a License, Possession of a Firearm or Ammunition without an FID Card, Possession of Large Capacity Firearm, and Possession of a Class D Drug with Intent to Distribute.

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Cambridge Police Department3 weeks ago

Our officers will always risk their own safety for the safety of others and this week’s Saturday Standout highlights the latest example of that.

On Wednesday morning, Officers responded to Central Square on reports that an intoxicated male suspect had grabbed one woman by her waist and forced her towards him, and then attempted to grab another woman by her arm. Responding Officers were able to quickly identify and locate the suspect. During questioning, the suspect punched an officer and then kicked a second officer during their arrest.

Fortunately, neither the two female victims nor the officers were seriously injured. The 50-year-old Cambridge resident was arrested and charged with Assault and Battery Shod foot, Assault and Battery on Police Officer, Assault and Battery, Assault, and Resisting Arrest.