Thursday, February 23, 2017

Blog for 2/16 to 2/22

2/16/17 – Warrant Arrest
Officers on patrol noticed two subjects arguing that appeared to be under the influence on Beacon St. The subjects were identified and a query alerted the officers that one of them was wanted for a warrant. The wanted subject was placed under arrest and the other was sent on their way.

2/16/17 – Burglary
An officer responded to Sewall Ave for a residential breaking and entering, and larceny of property.
There appeared to be damage to the door and the victim’s jewelry box appeared to be tampered with. There were a few personal items missing.
2/16/2017 - Larceny
Officers responded to Riverway for a report of a past larceny. The victim stated that at about 1500hrs on 2/16/17 he realized his black watch and black wallet were missing. They were taken between 1230hrs and 1500hrs while he was away from his room.

02/17/2017 - Larceny
An officer responded to Addington Road for a past larceny report. The reporting party stated he left his tools in the kitchen area of the house under construction on 02/15/2016 at 1500. When he returned the next morning at 0800, several tools were missing.

2/17/2017 - Larceny
An officer responded to Beacon St for a report of a past larceny of a package. The victim stated she was supposed to have a package delivered on 02/13/2017 at 1800hrs. She went to look for the package on 02/14/2017 at approximately 1600hrs and was unable to locate it.

02/17/17 – Larceny
A subject came to the front desk to report his credit card had been stolen and fraudulent charges had appeared on his account.  The victim stated that he forgot the card at a restaurant and was notified by that unusual charges were made on the card.

2/17/17 – Attempted Larceny
An officer responded to Beacon St. for a report of attempted package thefts.  The victim stated that she arrived home at 1700hrs and noticed several boxes were tampered with. Several other packaging inside the building that were cut open but all contents were left inside of the packaging.

2/19/17 – OUI
Officers on Hammond Pond Parkway performed a traffic stop on a suspicious vehicle. The operator was noticed to be intoxicated and placed under arrest for operating under the influence.

2/19/17 – Bike Larceny
An officer responded to Stedman St. for a report that a subject’s bicycle had been stolen overnight. 
The brown road bike was last seen at 16:00hrs on 2/18/17 and discovered it missing at 1030hrs on 2/19/17.

2/19/17 – Found property
An officer on Commonwealth Avenue was given a lost U.S. passport. Attempts were made to contact the owner but, were unsuccessful. The Passport is current in an evidence locker in the police department.
2/19/17 – Missing Person
An officer responded to a radio call for a missing person on Grove St. The subject’s caretaker reported that he suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. The subject drives a gray Volkswagen Jetta and has short gray hair, no facial hair, and is very thin.

2/19/17 - Larceny
An officer at the front desk was approached by a subject reporting a theft of some personal items. At approx. 1430hrs, the subject found the box open in the foyer and some of the items were gone. The contents taken include a W-2 form, a long silver style necklace, a Gift card, and health insurance paperwork.

2/19/17 – B&E and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
An officer at the front desk was approached by a subject to report her car had been broken into and her pocketbook had been stolen between 1300hrs and 1500hrs while on Boylston St.

2/20/17 - B&E and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
An officer responded to Garrison Rd for a past B&E of a motor vehicle. The victimt reported that both of her vehicles were broken into and rummaged through. A gray IPOD is missing from one vehicle and nothing is missing from the other. The incident occurred between 2300hrs on 02/19/2017 and 700hrs on 02/20/17.

2/20/17 – B&E of a Motor Vehicle
An officer responded to Kent St for a B&E of a motor vehicle. The victim stated she parked her vehicle around 1730hrs on 2/19/17 and returned the morning of 2/20/17 to find a window had been smashed in and the vehicle rummaged through. Nothing was reported missing. Several other vehicles were broken into in the general area over the same time frame.  

2/20/17 - B&E and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
An officer responded to Kent St for a B&E of a motor vehicle. The victim parked the vehicle around 1630hrs on 2/19/17 and returned the morning of 2/20/17 to find a window had been smashed in. A black GPS and brown sunglass were reported missing. This is the second reported B&E of a Motor Vehicle reported in this area.

2/20/17 – B&E of a Motor Vehicle
An officer responded to Kent St for a B&E of a motor vehicle. The victim parked the vehicle around 2245hrs on 2/19/17 and returned the morning of 2/20/17 to find a window had been smashed in and the vehicle rummaged through. Nothing was reported missing. This is the third reported B&E of a Motor Vehicle reported in this area.

2/20/17 - Larceny
Officer responded to a store on Harvard St for a reported Shoplifting in progress. The store manager stated that a white male and a white female walked out of the store with a carriage of groceries without paying for them. When confronted by staff they left the carriage and exited in a vehicle. The male is described as 5'9", 220lbs, in his late twenties early thirties, wearing a gray and white stripe hoodie and gray sweat pants. The female is described as 5'4", 120lbs, in her late twenties early thirties, reddish blond hair, wearing a dark top, and black pants.

2/20/17 – Larceny
An officer at the front desk was approached by a subject reporting a package theft on Kent St. A neighbor had found a package that had been ripped open and the contents were gone in the lobby at approximately 1200 on 2/17/17. The box contained two pillow cases.

2/20/17 - Burglary
An officer at the front desk was approached for a report of a past commercial breaking and entering that occurred on 02/19/2017 on Washington St. The owner stated he noticed minor damage to the door where it appeared the lock had been pried open with body pressure and a pry tool and two safes were missing. Video footage revealed three individuals, wearing gloves and masks, entered the basement door on 02/19/2017 at approximately 1906 hours.

2/22/17 – Operating after Suspension
An officer was at the intersection of Grove St. and Newton St. when they observed a gray Acura make an illegal left turn from Grove Street Northbound onto Newton Street Westbound.  After initiating a traffic stop, the officer identified the operator and a query confirmed their license was suspended. The operator was placed under arrest for operating after suspension.

2/22/17 - Warrant
Officers reported to E 9th St in attempt to serve warrants. The subject was located and taken into custody without incident.

2/22/17 – Lost Property
An officer responded to Beacon St. for a report of a missing cell phone. The subject stated that at approximately 1115 Hours, she realized her phone was missing. The phone is a black Samsung with a cracked screen and gray case that has a slide for credit cards.

2/22/17 - Larceny
An officer responded to Waverly St. for a report of a past larceny. The subject left her purse at the Brookline Village T-Stop at approximately 1600 Hours. After realizing she had forgotten her purse and returning to the area she seen that items had been taken including an Apple MacBook, a tablet, and a green women’s wallet.



Thursday, February 16, 2017

February 13-15, 2017

February 13-15, 2017 Blogs


On 02/13/2017 at approximately 7am an officer responded to a 911 call on Gardner Rd. The officer Viewed that the cars glove box was left ajar as well as contents were tossed around. Nothing of value was taken, and owner believes that the door may have not been locked.

On 02/13/2017 officers witnessed a familiar person and knew this person to have an outstanding warrant. Officer asked this person to identify themselves and officers confirmed warrant. Suspect was placed under arrest and taken to Brookline Police Department.

On 02/14/2017 officers responded to a breaking and entering at a local on Harvard Sq. Officers found the back door of a business was pried open as well as $120 missing. Items inside were tossed around but no further items were taken. Video surveillance has been requested to follow up.

On 02/15/2017 Investigation of recent package thefts resulted in a Brookline Warrant and Arrest. Assisted by the Boston Police Fugitive Units, Brookline Police arrested a subject in Boston for Larceny from a Building, Breaking and Entering, and Possession of Burglarious Tools. The arrestee was operating a motor vehicle at the time of the arrest. Inside the vehicle the arrestee had working red/blue strobe lights both front and rear windshield area, along with a Boston Police Marine Badge. Subject was transported by the Boston Police to District B3 for a courtesy booking and to the Brookline Police Station where he was booked and processed.

On 02/15/2017 officers witnessed an SUV operating at high speed. This led to officers stopping the vehicle which they later found out that the operator of the vehicle had a revoked license. This led to officers arresting the operator as well as taking him to Brookline Police Station.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

2/7 to 2/12

2/7/17 - Larceny
An officer responded to Winchester St for a past larceny report. The victim stated that between 1100 and 1230hrs she had left her straw bag in the main lobby of the public building and when she returned to grab it, the bag was gone. There are no witnesses of the theft. There are no restrictions on people entering or leaving the building as it is a public building.


2/8/17 – Operating after Revocation
An officer observed a Sedan travelling northbound on Winchester St. without a valid Inspection Sticker. The officer pulled the driver over and was told the vehicle owner was the passenger. A query of the operator’s license revealed that his license was revoked. The operator was placed under arrest and transported to the Brookline Police Station.


2/8/17 – Warrant
An officer responded to Queensberry St. acting on information as to the whereabouts of a subject known to have outstanding arrest warrants. The building manager called to the subject to the front and he was placed under arrest by the officer and responding detectives.

2/8/17 – Larceny
An officer at the front desk was approached by a subject who wanted to file a larceny report.
The victim stated that at approximately 1120hrs, he placed his laptop and his iPhone in an unlocked locker in the boys locker room of a building on Tappan St. When he returned from at 1220hrs he found that his locker had been ransacked and his computer and phone were missing.

2/8/2017 – Motor Vehicle Theft
An officer responded to Harvard St for a report of a stolen motor vehicle. The victim parked his car unlocked and the keys in the ignition on Lawton St to enter a building on Harvard St. After 3-5 minutes, he returned to see his gray Honda Civic being driven away. 

2/9/17 – Operating after Revocation
An officer observed a black Chrysler sedan travelling eastbound on Beacon St without a valid Inspection Sticker. The officer initiated a traffic stop at the intersection of Beacon St. and St. Paul St. A query of the vehicle's registration revealed that the registration was revoked. The operator became increasingly hostile once advised his registration was revoked and he became and was advised to stay in the vehicle. The subject will be summonsed into Brookline District Court and the vehicle was towed.

2/10/17 – Found Property
An officer responded to Beacon St for found property. An engagement ring had been found on one of the aisle floors and turned it in.  Attempts were made over the store loud speaker to locate the rightful owner but no one responded. The ring was placed was placed in an evidence locker for safekeeping.

2/10/17 – Possession of Heroin
An officer responded to a radio call for a shoplifter on Harvard St. described as a white male, 5'10", wearing an orange jacket, jeans and black shoes. The Manager stated that the subject took a shopping bag and started to fill it up with merchandise. He stated that the subject then started to put items inside his jacket. The subject attempted to exit the store, but was stopped and asked him to come back into the store. The subject was placed under arrest and searched, revealing an uncapped hypodermic needle, a spoon with heroin residue, and a bunched up paper towel, containing a clear plastic bag tied off containing a brown powdery substance. The subject was transported to the police station.

2/12/17 – Operating after Revocation
An officer on Harvard Street observed a black motor vehicle traveling down a one way with two clearly posted "do not enter" signs. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Stedman Street.  A query of the vehicle revealed a revoked registration. The operator was informed the status of his vehicle exited the vehicle without incident.  The vehicle was towed and the operator was issued a citation.

2/12/17 - Warrant
Officers arrived on Smythe St. in an attempt to serve a subject with a probation violation warrant. The subject was informed of the warrant and taken into custody without incident.


Blog for 2/13

2/13/17 – B&E of Motor Vehicle
An officer responded to Gardner Road for a Break and Entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated the motor vehicle was parked in his drive way at approximately 1800 hours on February 12, 2017. He came out of his house at 0630 hours on February 13, 2017 and entered his motor vehicle to find contents from the glove box were taken out and strewn on the passenger front seat. There were no signs of forced entry and the victim stated that he may have left his motor vehicle doors unlocked.

2/13/17 - Warrant
Detectives observed a subject known to have an outstanding arrest warrant in the area of Malcolm X Blvd. and King St. The subject was placed under arrest without incident and transported to Brookline Police headquarters.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Blog for 2/6/17

2/6/17 – Malicious Damage

An officer responded to a call for vandalism of property at the intersection of Babcock St. and Osborne Rd. The witness stated that he was walking westbound on Babcock St. when he saw a group of kids that appeared to have bent the street sign in the direction of Babcock St. far enough to snap the screw in the base and bend a piece of the metal base back. The man stated that when they brought the sign down, he thought they were going to steal the sign so he yelled at them and the group ran away from him westbound on Babcock St. towards Freeman St. The officer was unable to locate the group of kids or any other similar damage to other property

Blog for 2/2 to 2/5

2/2/17 – Larceny
A subject approached the front desk to report a larceny. The victim stated that on 01/19/2017 at approximately 1925 Hrs. while in a gym on Aspinwall Ave. she placed her watch on top of her gym bag and rested it on the floor in an adjacent room. At approximately 2030Hrs. she returned to find her ladies’ stainless steel watch no longer lying on top of her gym bag.

2/2/2017 – Larceny
An officer arrived on Commonwealth Ave for a report of a larceny of a jacket from the locker room.  The victim stated his jacket was taken from his locker which he left unlocked while he worked out. The jacket is a black winter coat with fur along the hood, medium in size.
The jacket was taken between 1741hrs and 1925hrs.

2/3/17 – Shoplifting
Officers arrived on Beacon St for a past Shoplifting.  It was reported that 2 female parties had paid for items but also left the store without paying for additional items. The descriptions of the 2 parties were one white female 50 years of age, approximately 5'02" in height wearing a dark puffy down-type jacket.  The second female party was described as a white female in her 30's, with dark jacket, blue jeans, with dark hair, as well with multiple bandages upon her face. The store manager reported that the alleged shoplifters had left the store with a stolen sweater/sweatshirt. Officers responded to the suspect’s address and questioned her. The store manager identified the suspect and she was placed under arrest.

2/3/2017 – Shoplifting
Officers arrived on Commonwealth Ave for a report of a suspicious person who had taken scissors from the store and was trying to use them to open something. The store manager pointed out the person he was reporting to be suspicious, who was still in the store.
Officer approached the suspect and searched him for the scissors which were found in his pocket. The suspect was placed under arrest for shoplifting scissors and attempting to steal a pair of headphones.

2/4/17 – O.U.I.D.
Officers reported to a gas station on Boylston St for a report of destruction of property.  Upon the officers observed an abandoned vehicle crashed into a pole in front of the station and the glass door leading to the convenience store was smashed. While speaking with the suspect, the officers noticed that he was unsteady on his feet, was slurring his words, his eyes were glassy, and had a difficult time explaining how he arrived at this location. The store clerk stated that he observed a vehicle crash into the pole along Boylston Street directly in front of the station. He then witnessed the suspect smash the glass with the handle of a flash light trying to gain access to the store. Due to his appearance and behavior, the circumstances of the accident, and the observation of what appeared to be a pipe used to smoke crack in the vehicle, the suspect was placed under arrest.

2/4/17 – B&E of a Motor Vehicle
An officer arrived on Monmouth Ct for a B&E of a motor vehicle report. Upon arrival, the victim stated that he parked his car in the rear of the residence on Monmouth Ct on 2/3/17 around 730hrs. Upon coming out the morning of 2/4/17 around 1000hrs, he noticed that someone had rummaged through his vehicle. The victim stated that he had left his door's unlocked and reported nothing was taken from the vehicle.

2/4/17 - B&E of a Motor Vehicle
An officer arrived on Beacon St for a B&E of a motor vehicle report. The victim stated that she parked her vehicle in the rear of the residence on Beacon St on 2/2/17 around 300hrs. Upon coming out the morning of 2/4/17 around 914hrs, she noticed that someone had rummaged through her vehicle. The victim stated that the doors were left unlocked and reported nothing was taken.

2/5/2017 - Larceny
An officer arrived on a restaurant on Commonwealth Ave for a report of a larceny of a wallet.
The victim stated she placed her bag with her purse inside of it on the ground next to her. At around 1430hrs, a middle aged black male with short black hair entered the restaurant and he walked behind her to sit down. At around 1500hrs this unidentified black male left the restaurant. At 1306hrs the victim realized her wallet was gone. The wallet is described as rectangular and all black with white lettering. She believed that the only person that could have taken the wallet was the black male sitting behind her based on his proximity to her and the fact that no one else approached their table while they were sitting there.










Thursday, February 2, 2017

Blog for 1/31 - 2/1

1/31/2017 – Found Property
An officer reported to Harvard St for a report of found property. The subject told the officer she found a wallet while walking on Vernon St. The wallet was placed in an evidence locker at the station.

1/31/2017 - Larceny
An officer reported to Marshall St. for a report of a recent past larceny of packages.
The victim stated that at around 1700hrs, she had heard rustling in the foyer of the building. A short time later she went outside to the foyer and discovered two packages which had been opened and the contents were missing including a t-shirt, a cardigan, masking tape and cardboard.

1/31/17 – Lost Property
A subject came to the front desk to report a lost wallet. The victim stated that at approximately 1750 hours while on Harvard Sq. she dropped her wallet without realizing it. The wallet was a black leather Wristlet.

2/1/17 – Bike Larceny
An officer reported to Summit Avenue for a larceny of a bicycle. The victim stated that he locked the bicycle to a "No Parking' sign at the corner of Summit Avenue and Atherton Street on January 24, 2017 at 0900 hours. He returned on January 31, 2017 at 2100 hours and discovered his bicycle missing. The bike is black with red lettering and a red light attached to the rear frame.

2/1/17 - Larceny

An officer reported to Englewood Avenue for a package theft report. The victim stated she saw the packages in the lobby on January 30, 2017 at 1245 hours and on January 31, 2017 at 1800 hours she discovered the packages were missing. Package 1 contained craft ribbons, a knee Brace and a splatter guard. Package 2 contained a salad dressing bottle. Security footage shows a suspect gathering the packages in the lobby, loading them into his car, and driving away. Another building resident is also missing a package. 

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Bank Robbery suspect arrested. / Check out our new program C.I.T.

Bank robbery, arrest made
On Monday afternoon officers responded to 2 Harvard St for a report of a bank robbery.  The suspect was described as a white male, approximately 30 years old, thin build, unshaven, wearing a green jacket with dark hair and wearing dark sunglasses.  A note was passed to the teller.  The suspect was last seen in the area of Kent St.  Several units searched the area but were unable to locate the suspect. After further investigation with the information gathered the Brookline Police were able to request an arrest warrant for the Robbery suspect. The subject was located in Boston on 1-31-17. Today the subject was arraigned in Brookline District Court.


Here is an over view of our Crisis Intervention team.

Over the past few years the Brookline Police Department has been focused on better addressing the needs of some of the most vulnerable members of our community, that is, individuals and family members who are struggling with mental illness.  In an effort to increase our levels of understanding and compassion, the entire Department, including our Public Safety Dispatchers, has received eight hours of training in Mental Health First Aid.  Since this initial training, 53 officers have volunteered to join the Department’s Crisis Intervention Team, an integrated unit specially trained to respond to individuals with acute mental health needs.   The forty additional hours of training that each of these officers have received focused on recognition of mental illness, de-escalation techniques and the benefits of follow-up care, and while the national model suggests that a successful CIT program will have trained 20- 25% of its officers, the Brookline Police Department is proud to announce that over 43% of our officers have voluntarily participated in this training as of January, 2017.

Our CIT is a true community partnership, whose primary objective is to promote communication and enhance the response of public and private agencies when summoned to intervene with individuals who are mentally ill, developmentally disabled, struggling with substance abuse or experiencing trauma in their lives.  Our community partners include DMH, NAMI Massachusetts, The Brookline Community Mental Health Center, BEST (Boston Emergency Services Team), Brookline District Court, Brookline Council on Aging, Brookline School Department, Brookline Housing Authority, The Office of Veterans Affairs, Bournewood Hospital and Arbor-HRI.

To learn more about the CIT program, or to find out about an upcoming Community Stakeholder Meeting, please contact Sgt. Chris Malinn at (617) 730-2240 or Sgt. Jennifer Paster at (617) 264-6437.


Tuesday, January 31, 2017

1/30/17

1/30/17 - Larceny

An officer arrived on Heath St for a past larceny report. The victim states that several packages were taken on 1/19/17 including that contained several books and another with a women's hand bag. Packages are believed to have been taken between 1200 and 1700 hours on 1/19/17.

1/30/2017 – Larceny

An officer arrived on Davis Ave for a report of packages that were stolen from the front porch. The victim stated that two packages are believed to be taken on 1/27/17 between 1600 and 1800 hrs. Package 1 contained a bag of dog food. Package number 2 contained two wax strip kits and a pair of women sandals

1/30/2017 – Operating with Suspended License
Officers were monitoring traffic at the intersection of Boylston St. and High St. when a random query of a red Nissan revealed the registration to be revoked and the registered owner to have a suspended/non-renewable license. Officers pulled the vehicle over and placed under arrest for Operating after Suspended License, Operating after Revoked Registration, Operating an Uninsured & Unregistered MV, and Failure to Submit MV for Inspection.

1/30/2017 – Bike Theft


A subject arrived at the front desk to report a stolen bicycle. The victim stated that she parked her Turquoise women's bike behind a residence on Greenough St at approximately 1730hrs on 1/27/2017 and when she returned at approximately 1830hrs, the bike was gone. The bike was not locked up and merely resting against the storm door in the backyard.

1/26 - 1/29

1/26/17 - Suspicious Activity
An officer arrived on Monmouth St. for a report of suspicious activity. The victim stated that while walking on Beacon St. a blue car believed to be a Toyota Prius began to follow behind her.  The driver followed her for a few block and attempted to make conversation several times. At no time did the driver ever get out of the car during the interactions or make any type of threatening statements. The victim stepped into an establishment on St. Mary’s St. and then exited shortly and did not see the car. The car is described as a newer model Toyota Prius with a hatchback in a medium or cobalt blue color. The operator is described as possibly Middle Eastern or Spanish male, mid 30's, black hair slightly curly below the ears, clean shaven, and medium build. 

1/26/17 - Suspicious Activity
An officer arrived on Harvard St for a report of a suspicious person. The suspect is described as a black or Hispanic male in his 20's, about 6' to 6'2", 160-170 lbs., with light facial hair wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt and dark jeans. He walked into the bank with his hood up and demanded a transaction. After being asked several times to remove his hood, the suspect left the bank in an unknown direction. Several detectives arrived an spoke with the establishment’s manager and retrieved pictures of the suspect from the video surveillance. The male has a similar description of a wanted suspect from a prior offense but there is not a positive identification at this time.

1/26/17 - Larceny
While at the front desk, an officer was approached by a victim reporting his jacket had been stolen from his locker at a gym on Commonwealth Ave.  He stated that he entered the gym at 1550 hours and at 1700 hours he realized his coat was missing. The victim stated his locker was not locked and describes the jacket as a men’s black full length parka with a hood.

1/27/2017 - Shoplifting
Officers responded to a report of shoplifting on Beacon St. The suspect was described as an older male about 5'10" wearing a black hat and carrying a small black backpack. Staff at the establishment stated he took a bottle of liquor, put it in a gift bag and fled from the store on foot out of the rear of the store on Sewall Ave towards Charles St. While traveling on Charles St, the officers observed a subject matching the description of the suspect and approached the subject who consented to a search of his bag. The person was positively identified as the suspect and arrested by the officers.

1/27/17 - Bike Larceny
An officer arrived on Beacon St. for a bicycle theft report. The victims locked their bicycles to the sign pole located in front of the building. They locked the bikes at approximately 1400 hrs. and when they came out of the building they discovered that one bike was missing. The bike had been locked with a cable lock and the lock was missing as well. It is described as a florescent red, 6 speed belt driven (no chain) bike with an R.E.I. store sticker on the tube under the seat, disk brakes, and a light on the front.

1/27/17 - Larceny
An officer at the front desk was approached by a subject that reported that his gold Samsung phone was stolen. After leaving a room he noticed that he left the phone and returned to find it missing. The victim checked in with the main office several times during the day to see if the phone was turned in and nothing came up each time.

1/28/2016 – Auto Larceny
An officer reported to a parking lot on Village Way where a vehicle was on milk crates with all four tires removed and plastic lug nut caps scattered about the ground. The owner was contacted and stated that his wife parked the vehicle between 14:00-15:30 on 1/27/2017 which was the last time they saw the vehicle. A search of the garage area uncovered no additional tires missing.

1/28/17 – Bike Larceny
A victim reported to the front desk officer for a past theft of a bicycle on Waverly St. The victim stated that two bicycles had been put away in his garage on 1/27/16 at approximately 1830 Hours and noticed the bikes were gone at approximately 1200 Hours on 1/28/16. The bicycles were also not locked to the structure. One bike is gray and the other is white.

1/28/2017 – B & E of a Motor Vehicle
An officer arrived on Risley Rd. for a report of a larceny of a bicycle and a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated that on 1/27/2017 she arrived home at 1730 Hrs. and left her garage door opened and unsecured. On 1/28/2017 at approximately 1200Hrs, she observed that her bicycle was stolen and her motor vehicle's glove compartment was rummaged through.  The bicycle is a grey and has a rear tire rack and a distinctive lady bug bell attached at the handle bars.

1/28/17 – B & E and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
An officer reported to Hackensack Rd for a break and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated his car was broken into overnight, between 19:30 hours on 1/27/17 and 09:30 hours on 1/28/17. The left, rear passenger door window had been smashed. A large amount of tobacco products for his store and two winter coats were missing.

1/29/2017 – Larceny

An officer reported to a store on Commonwealth Avenue for a report of a past larceny of a phone. The reporting party stated that around 2000 hours on 1/28/2017 three unknown suspects entered the store and one of them made their way to the back storage area for employees and took the victim’s phone from a table and exited the store. The phone is described as a black Samsung. The phone’s case was taken off and returned to the store after being found outside. Security footage from the store shows the three suspects. Suspect is of unknown race, black jacket and army fatigue pants. Suspect 2 is a Black male, short black hair, dark sweatshirt with a hood and jeans. Suspect 3, the one who went to the back room, is a possible Hispanic or Black male with a baseball cap on, dark jacket, jeans, and white sneakers.