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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com

Monday, October 19, 2020

10/19/2020

 

10/14/2020- Officers responded to Trader Joes on Beacon St. for a reported purse theft.  The employees informed officers that a customer had been shopping in the store with their bag within the shopping cart.  While shopping within the store, someone had taken her purse out of the cart.

10/14/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Thatcher St.  The resident reported to officers that their bike was stored in the basement of their building. In some time since September, someone entered the building and stole the bike.

10/14/2020- Officers took a report for a package theft from a resident of Brook St.  The resident reported to officer’s that they had a package delivered via FedEx.  They went to retrieve the package and they found it open with the contents missing.  

10/15/2020- Officers took a bike theft report from a resident of Kenwood St.  The resident reported that they had three bikes that were stored in a shed.  When they went into the shed, the door was open and all three bikes were gone.

10/15-2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Pleasant St.  The resident reported that sometime overnight their bike that was in the foyer of their building was taken.

10/15/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Walnut St.  The resident reported to officers that they stored their bike within their shed.  They noticed that the shed door was open, and they found that their bike was gone.

10/15/2020- Officers took a package theft report from a resident out of Smythe St.  The resident reported that they had an alert stating that their package was delivered; when they went to retrieve it the package was gone.

10/15/2020- Officers took a report for a break and enter from a vehicle on Winthrop Rd.  The resident reported to officers that their vehicle was parked in their driveway overnight.  When they came out in the morning their car had been rummaged though and multiple items were missing.

10/15/2020- Officers took a report for a stolen motor vehicle from a resident of Ivy St.  The resident reported that when they were leaving for work they noticed the car was no longer where they parked it.

10/17/2020- Officers responded to 227 Babcock Street, HRI, for a report that a patient had broken light fixtures and was using the broken covers to threaten other patients. This was the sixth time since October 14, 2020 police have responded to assist HRI staff with this particular patient.

Upon the officers’ arrival they were informed by staff that one staff member had already been injured by the patient, and that he had made threats to injure several others. Three officers approached the area and made visual contact with the patient, while additional officers with less lethal force options staged close by.

The patient was found to be leaning against a wall, holding the damaged light covering in both hands, with a physician and other staff members around him. One of our CIT-trained officers began negotiating with the patient to put the light covering down, to which the patient replied that he would not comply until a sergeant arrived. The patient then threatened several of the staff members by saying "I will slit your throat" and “you're next."

The sergeant arrived a short time later and while speaking with the CIT-trained officer and the sergeant on scene, the patient, without provocation, made his way into a different patient’s room and began assaulting him with the jagged edge of the broken light cover. Additional officers were able to extract the injured patient from his room and render medical care, at which point officers were able to confine the patient to a shared bathroom that joined the two bedrooms.

As part of continued negotiations, the patient informed our officers that he wanted to go to the hospital and did not want to stay at HRI. At approximately 08:30 AM

Fallon Ambulance Service arrived on scene. At several points our officer was able to talk the patient out of the bathroom, but each time he was wearing a t-shirt over his head with eye holes cut out and was holding (at different times) either a broken toilet seat, a broken cabinet or the broken light covering he had originally been holding.

Eventually, our CIT-trained officer was able to negotiate with the patient to put down the items he had been carrying around in exchange for a cup of water. Our officer was able to convince the patient to get on the stretcher without the use of force. The situation was deescalated by our officers to the point that the patient went voluntarily to the hospital, without restraints and without further incident. Fallon transported the patient to the hospital without further incident; however, he will be summonsed into court for the following:

Assault and Battery by Dangerous Weapon (ABDW) M.G.L. 265/15B.

Malicious Damage to Property M.G.L 266/126A

 

10/18/2020- Officers took a report of package thefts from a resident of Beacon St.  The caller reported to have found multiple packages that were open and empty along their property.  The packages were addressed to residents of the building adjacent to the callers.  Attempts were made to notify the intended recipients of the packages.

 

10/18/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Beaconsfield Rd.  The resident reported to officers that they had a bike stored in the basement storage unit of their building. When they went to retrieve it the bike was gone.

Between 10/14 and 10/18 officers took 32 Unemployment Fraud reports from residents.

 

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

10/14/2020

 10/13/2020- Officers took 14 reports of Unemployment Fraud from residents.

10/13/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Conant Rd. The resident reported to officers that their bike on the side of the house, when they went to take the trash out they noticed the bike had been stolen.

10/13/2020- Officers took a package theft report from a resident of Francis St.  The resident reported that they received a notification of a package being delivered.  When they went to retrieve the package, it was removed from their porch.

10/13/2020- Officers took a package theft report from a resident of Kent St.  The resident reported to officers that they had received a notification of a package being delivered.  When they went to retrieve the package, it was gone.

10/13/2020- Officers took graffiti report on Longwood Ave.  Officers were called to the Longwood Bridge over the muddy river to an area where someone had spray painted the bridge.

10/13/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Pleasant St.  The resident reported to officers that their bike had been stored in the boiler room of their building since 10/07. When they went to retrieve it the bike was gone.

10/13/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Carlton St.  The resident reported they had two bikes along the side of the house locked to a bike rack.  When they went to retrieve them they found that the front tires were still locked to the rack, but the frames and the rear tires were stolen.

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

10/13/2020

 10/12/2020- Officers responded to the US Post Office on Beacon St. to take a report for malicious damage.  The employees reported to the officers that sometime overnight 11 UPSP postal delivery trucks had been damaged with spray paint. 

10/12/2020- Officer took a stolen bike report form a resident of South St.  The resident stated that they had a bike stolen from their front porch.

10/20/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Marion St. The resident reported that received information from their employers alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/12/2020- Officers took a report from a resident of Greenough Cir. Regarding a break and enter of a vehicle.  The resident reported to officers that sometime overnight on 10/10 their car was entered and multiple items were taken.

10/12/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Beacon St.  The resident reported that their bike was left in the garage of their building.  When they went to retrieve it they found the bike was gone.

10/12/20200- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Linden St. The resident reported that received information from their employers alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information. 

Monday, October 12, 2020

10/12/2020

 10/09/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Fuller St. The resident reported that received information from their employers Human Resource division alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/09/2020- Officers took a report for a break and enter of a motor vehicle from Naples Rd.   The resident reported to the officers that they had two vehicles parked in their garage.  When they went to their vehicles in the morning they observed that both cars had been rummaged through and multiple items taken.

10/09/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Auburn Ct. The resident reported that received a letter from the Department of Unemployment alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/09/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Claflin Rd. The resident reported that their information had been used multiple times to file for unemployment assistance as well as a small business loan. 

10/09/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Claflin Rd. The resident reported that received a letter from the Department of Unemployment alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/09/2020- Officers took a report for a package theft from a resident of Englwood Ave.  The resident reported to officers that they were awaiting a package that the USPS stated was delivered, however the resident never received the package.

10/09/20-Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Longwood Ave. The resident reported that received information from their employers Human Resource division alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/09/2020- Officers took a package theft report from a resident of Dummer St.  The resident reported to offices that FedEx had notified them of a delivery, when they when to retrieve the package they found it had been stolen.

10/10/2020- Officers took a fraud report from a resident of Clinton Rd.  The resident reported to the officers that they had received a call from a party claiming to be from Apple Security regarding a breach.  The resident stated the caller wanted bank account information to confirm that their bank accounts were also not compromised. 

10/10/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Summit Ave. The resident reported that received information from their employers Human Resource division alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/10/2020- Officers took a larceny report from a resident of Boylston St. The resident reported that they had been away from their house during the COVID lock down since March 8. When they returned in September, they noticed some items missing from their house.

10/10/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Beals St.  The resident reported that they had their bike parked in their garage, when they went out in the morning the bike was gone.

10/10/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Browne St.  The resident reported to officers that they kept their bike locked in the basement of their building. When they went down to retrieve their bike they observed the lock had been cut and the bike was gone.

10/10/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Marshal St.  The resident reported to officers that they kept their bike in the hallway of their building.  When they went to retrieve the bike they found it was gone.

10/10/2020- Officers responded to the Brookline Booksmith on Harvard St. for a reported shoplifting.  Employees informed officers that they observed a party who was not adhering to the store’s policy regarding facemasks.  An employee reported to observing the subject placing items into a back pack, and attempting to leave the store.  When the employees confronted the subject refused to stop and left the store.

10/11/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report from a resident of Osborne Rd.  The resident reported to officers that their child’s bike had been taken from their front porch some times since October 9th.

10/11/2020- Offices took a stolen bike report from a resident of Beacon St.  The resident reported to the officers that they had their bike locked to the bike rack along the side of their building. When they went to retrieve it, they found that the bike was gone.

10/ 11/2020- Officer took a license plate theft from a resident of Egmont St.  The resident reported to officers that they noticed their front plate was missing from the front of their vehicle.

10/11/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of University Rd. The resident reported that received information from their employers Human Resource division alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/12/2020- Officers took a stolen bike report out of Browne St.  The resident reported that they kept their bike behind their building and when they went to retrieve it, the bike was gone.

 

Friday, October 9, 2020

10/09/2020

10/08/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Clinton Rd. The resident reported that received information from their employers Human Resource division alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/08/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of St Paul St. The resident reported that received information from their employers Human Resource division alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/08/2020-Officers responded to Trader Joes on Beacon St for a reported larceny.  The victim reported that they had been shopping with their bag in the shopping cart. They turned to get an item and their purse was stolen from the card.

10/08/2020- Officers observed a subject approaching multiple locked bicycle’s that were locked up along Beacon St. Due to the increase of bicycle thefts in town as of date, the officers observed and identified the subject.  The subject was placed under arrest for possession of Class A drug.

10/08/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Beacon St. The resident reported that received a letter from the Department of Unemployment alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/08/2020- Officers responded to Mall Liquors on Harvard St. for a reported shoplifter.  The employees reported to officers that a customer had been in the store trying to take merchandise without purchasing.  The customer was identified and will be summonsed into court.

10/09/2020- Officers responded to a break and enter of a motor vehicle on Beacon St.  The resident reported to officers that they had their car parked along Beacon St.  When they came out to their vehicle in the morning they noticed a window had been smashed.  As they got closer to the vehicle they found it was propped up on rocks and all four tires were gone. 

Thursday, October 8, 2020

10/08/2020

 10/07/2020- Officers responded to Harvard St for report of threats being made.  After an investigation of the situation one subject was placed under arrest.

10/07/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Wallis Rd. The resident reported that received information from their employers Human Resource division alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/07/2020- Officers took a fraud report from a resident of Washington St. The resident reported to officers that they had received a credit card in the mail that they had not applied for.  After speaking to the company it was discovered that an unknown party had used their information to set up accounts without their knowledge.

10/07/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Willow Cres. The resident reported that received a letter from the Department of Unemployment alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/07/2020- Officers took a report for a stolen bike from Pond Ave. The resident reported to officers that the found their child’s bike had been stolen overnight.

 

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

10/06/2020

 10/06/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Davis Ave. The resident reported that received a letter from the Department of Unemployment alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.\

10/06/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Baker Cir. The resident reported that received a letter from the Department of Unemployment alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/06/2020- Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Worthington Rd. The resident reported that received a letter from the Department of Unemployment alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/06/2020-Officers took a report of Unemployment Fraud from a resident of Evans Rd.  The resident reported that received information from their employers Human Resource division alerting them that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been placed using their information.

10/06/2020- Officers served an arrest warrant on Commonwealth Ave.

10/06/2020- Officers took a package theft report form a resident of Washington St.  The resident reported they had a confirmation of a package being delivered.  When the resident went to retrieve the package, they found the packaged to be opened and the contents were gone.

10/06/2020- Officers took a package theft report from a resident of Washington St. The resident received notice that the package was delivered. When they returned home the package was missing.