A Quincy man was arrested on Sunday after allegedly breaking into several motor vehicles around the city and stealing a Dunkin' Donuts truck.
According to police, officers responded to 20 Rawson Road at 5:50 a.m. on Sunday morning with the report of two parties in a manís driveway.
When officers arrived, they asked a man in the driveway what he was doing, and the suspect asked what they were talking about. According to officers, the suspectís eyes seemed dilated and his speech was slurred.
Officers noticed a backpack at the end of the driveway, 15 feet from where the suspect was standing. The backpack was unzipped and contained numerous items, including DVDs, a wallet, a cell phone, police said, and a pair of white headphones was on the ground next to the backpack.
Police told the suspect they would detain him for further investigation. When officers went to put the suspect in the car, they said they noticed that the suspectís pockets were bulging.
When asked what was in his pockets, the suspect told officers that ďyou wonít put any of this [expletive] on us,Ē police said.
Police said they found a pink wallet, a GPS, an iPod watch, an iPod, and a camera in the suspectís pockets.
The GPS located a house on Beach Street as its home location. When officers went to the address, the man at the house identified all the objects found in the suspectís pockets as his.
Police subsequently placed the suspect under arrest.
While clearing the call, police noticed items on a nearby sidewalk, including another wallet, GPS, sunglasses, and keys. The wallet belonged to a man living on Hollis Ave.
Officers spoke to the homeowner, who confirmed that the items had been stolen from him. While at the house, officers noticed a Dunkin' Donuts box truck around the corner.
Two hours before that, a Dunkin' Donuts employee had reported that the truck had been stolen. According to police, Items stolen from the truck were found on the suspect.
As a result, Kyle Carmody, 26, from Quincy was arrested and charged with three counts breaking and entering a motor vehicle in the nighttime, and a count of possession of a stolen motor vehicle.
Police believe there was another party involved in the crime, but have no suspects at this time.