Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.

Friday, December 28, 2007

December 27th Police Reports

Graffiti

  • Occurred between 9:30AM (12/24) and 5:55PM (12/27)-34 Parkman St

Victim reported that the back of her building had been spray painted. Police observed three ‘tags’ that were sprayed with black paint, this case is still under investigation.

Thursday, December 27, 2007

December 26th Police Reports

Arrests

  • Occurred at 3:47PM (12/26)- 525 Harvard Street

A juvenile was arrested and charged with Shoplifting and Assault and Battery.

A juvenile was arrested and charged with Shoplifting

Police responded to TJ MAXX where an employee reported witnessing several men ripping off security tags and concealing items of clothing in their backpacks. The employee was able to detain one of the suspects and a short time later police were able to locate another suspect who they subsequently arrested.

Attempted Larceny

  • Occurred between 8:45AM and 9:23AM (12/26)- 44 Washington Street

Victim reported that when he returned to his parked vehicle he witnessed a male sitting inside. Upon seeing the victim, the suspect fled in a dark green station wagon. The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 5’10”, last seen wearing a black jacket and blue jeans. There are no items reported missing from the vehicle at this time.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 11:30AM (12/24) and 10AM (12/26)- 107 High Street

Victim reported that sometime over a two day period a suspect gained entry into her unlocked vehicle and stole two rolls of quarters worth $10 each.

  • Occurred between 8AM (12/23) and 2:30PM (12/26)- 99 Park Street

A patient at Brookline Health Care Center reported that his wallet had been stolen from his room sometime within the last three days. The wallet contained $200 cash, credit cards and identification.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

December 25th Police Reports

There is no crime to report for December 25th

(NONE)

December 24th Police Reports

Larceny

  • Occurred between 5:15PM and 5:40PM (12/24) - High Street

Victim reported that her ex-boyfriend had entered her apartment and taken an Ipod valued at $299 from her kitchen table. Police were unable to locate the man, but have requested an arrest warrant for the ex-boyfriend for Breaking and Entering, Larceny, and Trespassing.

Fraud

  • Occurred between 11:39Pm (11/13) and 11:39PM (12/12)

Victim reported that someone had fraudulently used her credit card to charge over $1,000 worth of goods, this case is still under investigation.

December 23rd Police Reports

Summons

  • Occurred between 11:30PM and 6:30AM (12/23) - 335 Harvard Street

At 0641 hrs, an employee of Zaftig’s Restaurant reported the front window had been smashed sometime overnight. Police spoke with the restaurant’s baker, who reported hearing a loud noise at about 4:30 am.

In addition, police placed an intoxicated male into protective custody in close proximity to Zaftig’s at approximately 0454 hrs. After further investigation, this subject was informed he will be summonsed to court for Malicious Damage.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 7:15AM (12/20) and 11:44PM (11/23) - 99 Pond Avenue

Victim reported that her license plate had been stolen; the value of the plate is unknown.

December 22nd Police Reports

Summons

  • Occurred between 1:08AM and 1:25Am (12/22) - 1911 Beacon Street

Police responding to reports of a loud party heard loud music and witnessed a large amount of people and liquor present. Police informed the residents they would be summonsed to court for Disturbing the Peace.

  • Occurred between 11:15AM (12/21) and 11:05Am (12/22) – 361 Washington St

Police responded to The Brookline Public Library in response to reports of a suspicious white male. Library staff indicated this man was first observed on November 20th allegedly taking pictures of teenage boys. Police searched the area that day but were unable to locate the subject. After an investigation by a detective, the man was informed he will be summonsed to court for Lewd and Lascivious Conduct and will not be allowed to return to the library.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 11:15AM (12/21) and 11:05AM (12/22) - Clark Road

Victim reported that when she returned home she noticed her front window to be wide open. Investigation revealed approximately $10,000 worth of silverware and some loose change had been stolen.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 8:30AM and 7:46PM (12/22) - 1220 Boylston Street

Victim reported that his right rear window had been smashed and his GPS navigation system and Ipod were missing, these items have a collective value of approximately $550.

December 21st Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 3:09PM (12/21) - 302 Harvard Street

Alecya Lewis, 25 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting

Celestina Lockett, 31 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.

Police responded to The Children’s Place where an employee reported that several women had just left the store with stolen clothing. The employee gave police the description and license plate of suspect’s vehicle. Police stopped this vehicle after observing it at Beacon and Centre Sts. Officers arrested the subjects after an investigation revealed several stolen items in their possession.

  • Occurred between 3:10PM and 6PM (12/21) - 209 Harvard Street

Suspect was arrested and charged with Disturbing the Peace, and Trespassing.

Police responded to reports of a woman who was refusing to leave a dentist’s office. The woman became irate and refused to leave after she was informed she would not be able to access her dental records because the dentist was on vacation. The woman kept refusing to leave the office despite police officer’s requests. The woman was eventually placed under arrest.

Summons

  • Occurred at 1:27AM (12/20) - Beacon Street/ Powell Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle covered with snow traveling without its headlights. Upon stopping the vehicle it was discovered that the driver did not have a license to operate. The operator was summonsed to court for Operating without a License, and other traffic offenses.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 8AM (12/12) and 9:19AM (12/21) - 345 Harvard Street

Victim reported that his trumpet had been stolen from Devotion School; the value of the trumpet is $450.

  • Occurred between 5:30PM and 9:45PM (12/21) - 15 Warwick Road

Victim reported that an unknown suspect had gained entry into her apartment and stole a $2700 laptop computer, $10 in change and a $20 gift basket.

  • Occurred at 6:05PM (12/21)-155 Harvard Street

A Salvation Army volunteer reported being approached by a man and a woman wearing Salvation Army uniforms. One of these individuals informed the victim he was from the Salvation Army’s regional office and needed to speak with her about a complaint. The victim began to walk with the suspect to his vehicle, but changed her mind and asked the suspect to discuss the matter in public. The victim wanted to call her supervisor went back to the store to use the phone. At this time, she noticed the donation kettle and the second suspect were gone. The first suspect had also left the area.

The suspects were described as a tall black male wearing a black knit hat and a blue Salvation Army coat and a short black woman wearing a Salvation Army apron and carrying a bell. Detectives are investigating this incident.

December 21st Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 3:09PM (12/21) - 302 Harvard Street

Alecya Lewis, 25 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting

Celestina Lockett, 31 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.

Police responded to The Children’s Place where an employee reported that several women had just left the store with stolen clothing. The employee gave police the description and license plate of suspect’s vehicle. Police stopped this vehicle after observing it at Beacon and Centre Sts. Officers arrested the subjects after an investigation revealed several stolen items in their possession.

  • Occurred between 3:10PM and 6PM (12/21) - 209 Harvard Street

A woman was arrested and charged with Disturbing the Peace, and Trespassing.

Police responded to reports of a woman who was refusing to leave a dentist’s office. The woman became irate and refused to leave after she was informed she would not be able to access her dental records because the dentist was on vacation. The woman kept refusing to leave the office despite police officer’s requests. The woman was eventually placed under arrest.

Summons

  • Occurred at 1:27AM (12/20) - Beacon Street/ Powell Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle covered with snow traveling without its headlights. Upon stopping the vehicle it was discovered that the driver did not have a license to operate. The operator was summonsed to court for Operating without a License, and other traffic offenses.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 8AM (12/12) and 9:19AM (12/21) - 345 Harvard Street

Victim reported that his trumpet had been stolen from Devotion School; the value of the trumpet is $450.

  • Occurred between 5:30PM and 9:45PM (12/21) - 15 Warwick Road

Victim reported that an unknown suspect had gained entry into her apartment and stole a $2700 laptop computer, $10 in change and a $20 gift basket.

  • Occurred at 6:05PM (12/21)-155 Harvard Street

A Salvation Army volunteer reported being approached by a man and a woman wearing Salvation Army uniforms. One of these individuals informed the victim he was from the Salvation Army’s regional office and needed to speak with her about a complaint. The victim began to walk with the suspect to his vehicle, but changed her mind and asked the suspect to discuss the matter in public. The victim wanted to call her supervisor went back to the store to use the phone. At this time, she noticed the donation kettle and the second suspect were gone. The first suspect had also left the area.

The suspects were described as a tall black male wearing a black knit hat and a blue Salvation Army coat and a short black woman wearing a Salvation Army apron and carrying a bell. Detectives are investigating this incident.

December 20th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 11:44AM and 12:30Pm (12/20) - Holland Road

Joseph Boike, 32 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after License Suspension, and Assault and Battery.

Victim reported that he was partially blocking the roadway with his truck while making a delivery. He was subsequently approached by an angry driver who pushed him after a heated argument. Police were able to locate the suspect and he was arrested after further investigation revealed that his license had been suspended.

  • Occurred between 12PM and 12:07PM (12/20) - 302 Harvard Street

Anne Thibeau, 50 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting and Receiving Stolen Property.

Arlene Wells was arrested and charged with Default Warrant.

Police responded to The Children’s Place where an employee reported a shoplifting in progress. Police spoke with the two suspects and determined one of the suspects was in possession of stolen clothing, as well as several items stolen from Walgreens Pharmacy. After this subject was arrested, officers arrested the second subject on a default warrant.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 8AM and 7:45PM (12/20) - 2 Strathmore Road

Victim reported that sometime during the day an unknown suspect had cracked his vehicles window causing it to shatter while being cleaned of snow, the cost of this damage is unknown.

Fraud

  • Occurred at 9:16AM (12/20) - 6 Thayer Street

Victim reported that he received calls that informed him a loan had been taken out fraudulently in his name; the amount of money loaned is unknown.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

December 19th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 10:45AM (12/19)- 294 Harvard Street

Angel Montes, 71 yrs, was arrested and charged with shoplifting.

Police responded to CVS Pharmacy for reports of a shoplifter, police spoke with the employee who said he witnessed the suspect take two boxes of Tylenol and place them inside his coat, a further search revealed the suspect to be in possession of a total of six boxes of Tylenol valued at $59.94 collectively, the suspect was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 3:49PM (12/19) - 302 Harvard Street 6793

Roy Privott, 40 yrs, was arrested and charged with shoplifting.

Kimberly Bogarty, 34 yrs was arrested and charged with shoplifting.

Police stopped two people outside of the Children’s Place after their descriptions matched the descriptions of two shoplifters. Police interviewed the suspects and in their possession discovered several items of clothing which were determined to have been stolen. The suspects were both subsequently arrested; the value of the stolen items is estimated at $96.50.

  • Occurred between 4PM and 4:45PM (12/19)- 18 Village Way

Carlos Mendoza, 36 yrs, was arrested and charged with Assault, and Malicious Damage.

Police responded to calls of a man acting irrationally and out of control and upon arrival police witnessed physical damage to the interior of the residence and it was also determined that an assault had occurred, Mendoza was subsequently arrested.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 12:12Am and 9AM (12/19)- 99 Harvard Street

Victim reported that sometime overnight his vehicles passenger side window had been smashed and his GPS navigation system valued at $350 had been stolen. In addition the suspect reported that his license plate had been stolen and replaced with another one.

  • Occurred between 7PM and 9PM (12/18)- 91 Middlesex Road

Victim reported that an unknown suspect had gained entry to her unlocked vehicle and stole a bag of clothes from the backseat; the items had a collective value of approximately $470.

  • Occurred at 9:03PM (12/19)- 24 Crafts Road

Victim reported that after taking a cab ride to his residence the victim informed the driver he would have to go inside to get cash in order to pay for the ride. The man gave the driver his cell phone valued at $499 as temporary collateral however when he returned to pay the suspect he was gone, this case is still under investigation.





Informational meeting regarding recent sexual assaults in the town of Brookline

Thursday December 20th

7:30PM

350 Washington Street- Public Safety Building

Community Room (First floor to your left)

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

December 18th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 3:54PM (12/18) - 294 Harvard Street

Jean Tibbetts, 44 yrs, was arrested and charged with Forgery, Receiving Stolen property, Possession of a False License, and Fraud.

Police responded to CVS where an employee had reported a costumer was trying to use a fake I.D to cash checks, upon arrival police spoke with the suspect who attempted to provide police with a false name. However a short time later her true identity was discovered and she was subsequently arrested.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 5PM and 8PM (12/14) - Glen Road

Victim reported that while leaving her residence she noticed a package that was delivered to her when she returned a short time later the package was gone, the value of the package is unknown.





Informational meeting regarding recent sexual assaults in the town of Brookline

Thursday December 20th

7:30PM

350 Washington Street- Public Safety Building

Community Room (First floor to your left)

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

December 17th Police Reports

Arrests

  • Occurred at 6:46PM (12/17)- 302 Harvard Street

Keisha Eccles, 26 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.

Latoya Vance, 31 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting and Receiving Stolen Property.

Police received a call from The Children’s Place stating that two shoplifters were currently leaving the store, police responded to the scene and were met by an employer who pointed to two women walking away from the store identifying them as the shoplifters. Police stopped the women and discovered several items of stolen clothing in their possession amounting to a value of approximately $34. The women were subsequently arrested.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 5:40PM and 5:46PM (12/17)- 302 Harvard Street

Employee at The Children’s Place reported witnessing a woman walk around the store with an empty bag, however a few minutes later the employee reported the woman’s bag appeared to be full. Police met with another employee who had seen the woman put several items of clothing into her bag before leaving the store. An unknown amount of clothing was taken and the suspect is described as being a black female 5’06”-5’07” in her mid 20’s last seen wearing dark denim jeans and a dark windbreaker.

  • Occurred between 5:20PM and 7:20PM (12/17)- 399 Chestnut Hill Ave

Victim reported that his vehicles drivers’ side window had been smashed and his Ipod valued at $200 along with a GPS Navigation system valued at $400 were stolen.

  • Occurred between 5:20Pm and 7:20PM (12/17)- 399 Chestnut Hill Ave

Victim reported that his vehicle’s driver’s side window had been smashed and his GPS Navigation system valued at $550 had been stolen.

Graffiti

  • Occurred at 7PM (12/17)- 289 Harvard Street

Victim reported seeing two male subjects hand each other a marker while going into the bathroom, the man checked the bathroom and discovered freshly written graffiti, this case is still under investigation.

Monday, December 17, 2007

December 16th Police Reports

Summons

  • Occurred between 1:14AM and 1:45AM (12/16)- Washington Street/ Juniper Street

Police will summons a driver to court after it was revealed she was driving an unregistered vehicle with Revoked Insurance, and Revoked Registration.

December 15th Police Reports

Summons

  • Occurred at 12:06AM (12/15)-Harvard Street /Babcock Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle travel through a red light and upon stopping the car it was discovered the registration had been revoked, and was uninsured. The driver will be summonsed to court for Failure to stop at a red light, Operating a Motor Vehicle without Insurance, and Operating a Motor Vehicle after Revoked Registration.

  • Occurred at 12:20AM (12/15) - Gerry Road

Police responded to a loud party and upon arrival officers were able to hear a large group of people and after entering the apartment officers were able to discover several bottles of liquor, beer and other alcoholic beverages. Police were met by the resident and several of her friends all students at Brookline High School, they did not seem intoxicated however police will summons the resident to court for Minor In Possession of Alcohol and Disturbing the Peace.

  • Occurred at 10:08PM (12/15) – Kendall Street

Police responded to reports of an intoxicated juvenile and when they arrived the juvenile claimed she had been drinking at a friend’s house and the friend’s parents had furnished the alcohol. Police responded to the residence and upon entering the residence it was determined that the parents would be summonsed to court for Furnishing Alcohol to persons under 21.

Attempted Larceny

  • Occurred between 12PM and 12:15PM (12/15) - 599 Brookline Ave

The victim reported that he observed a suspect standing by his van with a set of tools, the victim immediately confronted the man however the suspect claimed he had found the tools. The suspect subsequently fled the scene empty-handed. The victim then inspected his van and discovered his back window had been smashed all the tools taken out of the van were successfully recovered. A subsequent search of the area for the suspect yielded negative results. The suspect is described as a light skinned Hispanic Male approximately 5’02”-5’03” with a skinny build, a mustache and short hair.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 9AM (6/01) and 11:36AM (12/09) - 750 Commonwealth Avenue

A manager at Guitar Center noticed two items missing while checking inventory. The missing items are a keyboard valued at $1722.94 and Synthesizer valued at $429.43, the manager reported that the theft must have occurred in the interim since the last inventory check which was preformed during the summer.

  • Occurred at 5:36PM (12/15) - 302 Harvard Street

Victim reported placing his laptop computer worth between $2000 and $3000 dollars, down outside a fitting room inside the Gap Store. When the victim came out of the changing room he noticed the computer missing.

December 14th Police Reports

Burglary

  • Occurred between 2PM (12/13) and 8:45AM (12/14) - 241 Washington Street

Police responded to Kunevich & Lau Insurance Agency and upon arrival observed the front door of the establishment had been pried open and it was reported that a cashbox containing about $20 in loose change was stolen.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 6:20PM and 8:30PM (12/14)- 96 St Paul Street

Victim reported that she received two packages that were left in foyer of her building, however when the victim returned a short time later to retrieve the items they were gone. The two items reported stolen were a Sony radio valued at $200 and a Poland springs water dispenser valued at approximately $200

Attempted Larceny

  • Occurred at 11:46AM (12/14) - Hawthorn Road

Victim reported that she observed several men drive a pick-up truck into her drive in an attempt to steal her snow blower once she confronted the suspects they fled, they were described as two Hispanic males, one of them with a full beard victim also reported that the suspects were driving a red Dodge pickup truck.

Fraud

  • Occurred between 8AM (12/05) and 4PM (12/10)

Victim reported that after posting an ad to sublet his apartment on Craigslist he was contacted by a man who sent the victim several cashiers checks and in return the victim deposited the false checks into his account in order to send a portion of the check back to the suspect; essentially loaning his own money until the cashiers check cleared. However when it was discovered the checks were fraudulent the victim realized the scam, the amount of total loss is estimated at $4400.

Friday, December 14, 2007

December 13th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 10:50AM and 11:14AM (12/13)- 302 Harvard Street

Tracy Pinto, 23 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.

Police responded to a report of shoplifters at The Children’s Place where an employee gave descriptions of the suspects as well as their vehicle, officers were able to stop a vehicle whose occupants appearance and clothing matched that of the shoplifters, the store employee confirmed that this was the vehicle she had seen leaving and police subsequently arrested one of the women. The other women will be summonsed to court.

  • Occurred at 12:30AM (12/13)- 302 Harvard Street

Michelle Jones, 38 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.

Police responded to The Children’s Place where an employee had witnessed a suspect put several items of clothing into her bag in an attempt to conceal them. Officers spoke with the suspect and she was subsequently arrested.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 12:05AM and 7AM (12/13) - 26 Holly Lane

Victim reported that sometime overnight her vehicles rear window was smashed and $100 in coin as well as a radar detector valued at $400 was stolen.

  • Occurred between 12:05AM and 7AM (12/13) - 26 Holly Lane

Victim reported that sometime overnight her vehicle was bro0klen into and $10 cash, as well as a ladies watch valued at 100 was stolen.

  • Occurred between 12:05AM and 7AM (12/13) - 26 Holly Lane

Victim reported that his vehicles front passenger window was smashed however no items are reported missing at this time.

  • Occurred between 8:30PM (12/13) - 320 Hammond Pond Parkway

Victim reported that his car was broken into sometime overnight and his GPS navigation system valued at $500 was stolen.

Summons

  • Occurred between 3:10PM and 4PM (12/13)- 44 Washington Street

Police responded to a report of a fight and upon arrival discovered two motorists arguing over a car accident. Both parties reportedly assaulted each other and therefore both drivers will be summonsed to court for Mutual Assault and Battery.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

December 12th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 5:05PM and 9:35PM (12/12)- 350 Washington Street

Samuel Prado was arrested and charged with Assault with Intent to Rape, Indecent Assault and Battery, Unarmed Robbery, Malicious Damage, and Intimidation of a Witness.

Police received reports that a man fitting the description of an assault suspect was last seen at Logan Airport. Detectives went to the airport and were met by a man whose name and description matched that of a suspect who had recently committed an indecent assault, detectives interviewed the man and the result of the interview led to an arrest for the above charges.

  • Occurred between 4:30AM and 5AM (12/12)- Oakland Road Extension

Derrick Watson, 31 yrs, was arrested and charged with three counts of Break Entering and Larceny of a motor vehicle, and one count of Larceny.

Police responded to reports of a suspicious man inspecting the interior of various vehicles, when police arrived and spoke to a witness it was determined that the suspect had entered several vehicles and stolen an unknown amount of money from at leased two of them, he was subsequently arrested.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 4:30PM (12/07) and 9:30PM (12/12) - 19 Verndale Street

Victim reported that several items including a sweater, belt, and purse were missing from her apartment sometime in the beginning of the month. The victim then reported that after returning home form work she noticed a necklace and a pair of sunglasses were missing. The collective value of all these items is approximately $750 and this case is still under investigation.

  • Occurred between 12:01AM and 3:30AM (12/09) - 12 Verndale Street

Victim reported that after hosting a party at her apartment she noticed a duffle bag containing approximately $600 worth of makeup was missing, she thoroughly searched the apartment but when she was unable to find the bag she contacted police.

  • Occurred between 11:57AM (11/26) and 11:57AM (11/29) -30 Clinton Road

Victim reported that several items of jewelry were missing from her home after a pest control employee was in her residence, detectives are currently investigating the employee however residents are advised to be cognizant of any company or employee working inside your residence and be sure to keep your valuables secure; if you are unfamiliar with a worker it is strongly recommended that you attempt to be home while the work is being done.

Attempted Burglary

  • Occurred at 10:18PM (12/12)-29 Goddard Cr

Victim reported hearing strange noises coming from one of his bedroom windows when the man went to investigate he discovered someone trying to open the outside storm window, when the suspect saw the victim he fled the area, a subsequent search yeilded negative results. The suspect is described as a 5’8” stocky black male last seen wearing a dark winter coat, and a dirty orange pullover.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

December 12th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 6:48PM (12/11)- Beals Street/ Harvard Street

A juvenile suspect was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct, and two counts of Carrying a Dangerous Weapon.

Police responded to reports of a male trying to flag down passing motorists. Upon arrival police located the man and determined that he was in possession of Nunchaku, a large knife and to an empty bottle of wine, the suspect was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 8:21PM (12/11)- 525 Harvard Street

Susanna Rivera, 32 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.

An employee at TJ Maxx reported witnessing a suspect taking the security tags off of several items of clothing. The employee detained the suspect until police arrived to arrest her.

Motor Vehicle Theft

  • Occurred between 1AM and 8:05AM (12/11)- 156 Lawton Street

Victim reports that sometime overnight a company van was stolen from the rear of the building. The van is a 1996 gray dodge valued at $10,000.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 2:30PM (12/10) and 1:50Am (12/11)- 1621 Beacon Street

Victim reported that she left her handbag unattended and was missing when she returned to retrieve it. The handbag is valued at $900 and contained approximately $220 cash and other various personal papers.

  • Occurred between 4PM and 5:45PM (12/11)

Victim reported that sometime during the wrestling meet at the Tappan St Gym his wallet, cell phone, and keys had been stolen from his locker. The wallet contained approximately $30 cash as well as several bank cards and a license.

  • Occurred between 6:55PM and 7:05PM (12/11)- 302 Harvard Street

An employee at The Children’s Place reported that a man ran out of the store triggering the sensor alarm. The employee stated that she observed the man enter the store earlier with an empty plastic bag which appeared to be full as he was fleeing the premises. An undetermined amount of clothing was taken. The man is described as a 30 year old black male approximately 5’4” last seen wearing a black leather jacket and a black knit cap.

Graffiti

  • Occurred at 10:49AM (12/11)- 155 Longwood Avenue

Victim reported that someone had painted two graffiti tags on a wall with red spray paint; the cost of this damage is unknown.

Attempted Burglary

  • Occurred between 8AM and 5:45PM (12/11)-645 Hammond Street

Victim reported seeing pry marks on the front door of his condominium. It appears someone had attempted to enter the residence, however no items were reported missing and it appears the suspect never gained entry.

Indecent Assault and Battery

  • Occurred at 12:52AM (12/12)

Victim reported that while riding on the MBTA Green Line she was approached by a man who tried to converse with her. This individual introduced himself as Sammy Prada and indicated he worked at the Wyndham Hotel. The victim ignored the man, but noticed him following her after she got off the trolley at the Brookline Hills MBTA stop. The victim continued to walk a distance until she turned and came face to face with the suspect, who grabbed her and pulled her towards a driveway. The man then indecently assaulted the victim, but after a brief struggle the victim was able to escape.

The suspect is described as a clean shaven Hispanic male in his 20’s, approximately 5’3” tall, medium build, very short black hair, last seen wearing a hooded navy sweatshirt and black boots. The victim also described the suspect as having a Boston accent.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

December 10th Police Reports

Arrests

  • Occurred at 8:56AM (12/10)

Timothy O’Connell, 25 yrs, was arrested and charged with Domestic Assault and Battery and Resisting Arrest.

Police responded to calls of an assault and upon arrival met with several witnesses whose statements eventually led to the suspect’s arrest. While trying to handcuff the suspect he became physically resistant towards the officers and he will be additionally charged, during this time the suspect was informed to not return to the place of arrest.

  • Occurred at 5:28PM (12/10)

Timothy O’Connell, 25 yrs, was arrested and charged with Threats, Resisting Arrest, Burglary, and Malicious Damage.

Police responded to reports of an unauthorized suspect in the building and upon seeing officers the suspect fled, but was apprehended a short time later after he began physically resisting and struggling with officers. Further investigation revealed that O’Connell attempted to break down an apartment door by kicking it and when that failed he returned with a large metal object, it was additionally evident that he tampered with one of the windows in an attempt to gain entry.

Summons

  • Occurred at 6:51PM (12/10)- 200 Ivy Street

Police responded to Ivy Street School where a staff member reported being chased by a student wielding a chair, the student fled the school building but was apprehended by officers a short distance away and informed that he would be summoned to court for Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 10AM (12/08) and 1:18PM (12/10)- 10 Brookline Place

Victim reported that her license plate had been recently stolen; the value of the plate is unknown.

  • Occurred between 12PM (12/08) and 6PM (12/09)- 99 Harvard Street

Victim reported that his vehicles driver’s side window had been smashed and his GPS navigation system, valued at $1000 was stolen.

  • Occurred between 8AM (12/05) and 1:09PM (12/10)- 1 Harvard Street

Victim reported that after leaving his bag unattended for a short period of time he noticed that his checkbook had been stolen, and when verifying with his bank he learned that several checks had been fraudulently cashed using his account, totaling a collective loss of $6210.

Fraud

  • Occurred between 6:37PM (10/01) and 6:37PM (10/31) - 19 Winchester Street

Victim noticed that her card had been fraudulently used to withdrawal $3000 from an ATM in New York, the victim had since cancelled the card.

Monday, December 10, 2007

December 9th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 12:06AM (12/09) - Lenox Street/ Prescott Street

Richard Cohen, 54 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after Suspension and other various traffic offenses.

Police on patrol stopped a taxi after they witnessed it traveling the wrong way down a one way street, it was additionally discovered that the vehicles driver also had a suspended license, he was subsequently arrested.

Summons

  • Occurred between 2:04Am and 2:44AM (12/09) – 4 Davis Avenue

Police responded to complaints of a loud party and upon arrival saw over 50 partygoers crowding the apartment they informed the residents that they would have to shut down the party and turn down the music, however approximately 2 hours later police were called again to the same location and police informed the residents they would be summonsed to court fro Disturbing the Peace.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 1AM and 1:30AM (12/09) - Babcock Street

The victim reported that sometime during the night a beer bottle had been thrown through her bedroom window shattering it.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 4:30PM and 5:15PM (12/06) - 441 Washington Street

Victim reported that while at the Village Fair Restaurant their dog had been stolen, the dog was last seen by witnesses in the possession of four teenage Hispanic males, the dog is described as a 3 year old female pit-bull mix black with white markings.

December 8th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 4:27AM and 4:48AM (12/08) - Heath Street/ Lowell Lane

Phillip West, 19 yrs, was arrested and charged with Failure to Stop for Police, Speeding, Defective Equipment, and Failure to stop for a Red Light.

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle go through a red light and when the officers tried to pull the vehicle over it became apparent that the vehicle was not going to stop however police were able to catch up with the vehicle when it went down a dead end road the operator of the vehicle was immediately arrested.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 2:16Am and 2:30AM (1651 Beacon Street

Victim reported that his coat had been stolen sometime while he was at Golden Temple Restaurant, his coat valued at $ 100, contained a set of keys and a cell phone.

  • Occurred between 5PM (12/07) and 7:31Am (12/08) – 1160 Beacon Street

Victim reported that a metal goose and a tree were taken from her front yard sometime overnight. The items have a collective value of approximately $150.

  • Occurred between 6PM and 6:20PM (12/08) – 189 Winchester Street

Victim reported that sometime over a 20 minute period an unknown suspect had gained entry into her unlocked vehicle and her shoulder bag had been stolen. The bag contained $120 cash and several credit cards.

Summons

  • Occurred at 9:04AM (12/08) - 115 Greenough Street

A student at Brookline High School will be summonsed to court for Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana) after a school official found a baggie containing Marijuana residue in the students possession.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred at 12AM (12/08)- Beacon Street

Victim reported that her vehicles back window had been smashed sometime during the day; the cost of this damage is unknown.

Fraud

  • Occurred between 10AM and 8:30PM (12/08) - University Road

Victim reported that someone had made fraudulent purchases using her card. The purchases totaled to over $1000 in loss.

December 7th police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 3:26AM (12/07) - Huntington/South Huntington

Peter Reynolds, 30 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after License Suspension, and Operating a Motor Vehicle without headlights at night.

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle traveling without its headlights on and after stopping the vehicle it was learned the drivers right to operate had been suspended, he was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 11:37AM (12/07)- 93 Winchester Street

Wilson Souza, 35 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after License Suspension, and other various traffic offenses.

Police on patrol stopped a vehicle for driving on the sidewalk, it was then discovered that the drivers right to operate had expired, he was subsequently arrested.

Summons

  • Occurred at 1AM (12/07) - 230 Harvard Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle make an illegal left turn and upon stopping the vehicle it was discovered that its front headlight was out and that its driver had a suspended license and registration he will be summonsed to court for Operating after Suspension, Operating after License Suspension, and other various traffic offenses.

  • Occurred at 8:53AM (12/07) - 308 Boylston Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle make an illegal U-Turn and upon stopping the vehicle it was discovered that the drivers right to operate had been expired and that the vehicles registration was actually not for that vehicle, the driver was informed that he would be summonsed to court for Operating with an Expired License, and other various traffic and motor vehicle offenses.

Larceny

  • Occurred at 6:25PM (12/07) - 302 Harvard Street

Police responded to the children’s Place for reports of a shoplifter, upon arrival it was discovered that one of the employees witnessed a suspect put multiple items of clothing into her bag and leave the store with another female suspect. The two suspects are described as black females both approximately 5’05”-5’06” in height and 170-185lbs both appearing to also be in their late 20’s.

  • Occurred between 5:30PM and 6:57Pm (12/07) - Harvard Street /School Street

Victim reported that sometime during dinner their vehicles drivers’ side window was smashed and a GPS navigation system valued at $400 was taken.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 6:54PM and 7:25PM (12/07) - Monmouth Street

Victim reported that approximately 2 weeks prior his car had been keyed the cost of this damage is unknown.

  • Occurred at 10:44PM (12/07) - Babcock Street

Police responded to reports of several male suspects throwing objects and yelling at one of the apartments causing damage to the window pane, upon arrival the suspects had fled the area and a subsequent search yielded negative results.

Attempted Burglary

  • Occurred at 11:41PM (12/07) – 60 Babcock Street

A woman reported that while parking her car in the garage she noticed a middle aged white male suspect with a gray white beard trying to remove the screen from one of the windows. When the woman confronted the suspect he fled the area.

Friday, December 7, 2007

December 6th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between7:35PM and 7:55PM (12/06)- Longwood Avenue/ Marshall Street

Koji Nakashima, 32 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating with a Suspended License.

Police on patrol observed a vehicle and when checking its information it was learned its Operator had a suspended license, he was subsequently arrested.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 5PM (12/05) and 2:09PM (12/06)- Strathmore Road

Victim reported that sometime during the night a plant valued at $100 was taken from her front yard.

  • Occurred at 2:30PM (12/06)- 302 Harvard Street

A manager at the Childs Place reported witnessing two suspects stuff multiple clothing items into their bags and leave the store. The suspects are described as one Indian woman approximately 5’4” with a slim build and long dark hair; she was last seen wearing a gray sweat suit. The other suspect is described as a light skinned black female approximately 5’5” with a slim build and was last seen wearing dark colored attire.

  • Occurred between 1:30PM and 2:05PM (12/06)- 21 Longwood Avenue

The victim reported that his laptop valued at $3880, had been stolen from his unsecured office sometime during the day.

Thursday, December 6, 2007

December 5th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 1:36AM (12/06)- Beacon Street/ Harvard Street

Aly Ghanem, 20 yrs, was arrested and charged with being Not Duly Licensed and other various traffic offenses.

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle go through a red light and take a prohibited left turn. Upon stopping the vehicle it was discovered that the operator did not have a driver license and he was subsequently arrested.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 3PM (12/04) and 8:30AM (12/05)- 156 St Paul Street

Victim reported that someone had gained entry to a locked electrician’s room at their job site and stolen approximately $350 worth of copper wire.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 2:35PM and 5:15PM (12/05) - 115 Greenough Street

A student at Brookline High School reported that she was missing several items from her locker. A cell phone valued at $300 and a wallet which contained $20 cash were among the stolen items.

Car Breaks

  • Occurred at 2:28AM (12/06)- 174 Gerry Road

The victim’s car window was smashed however nothing was reported missing at this time.

  • Occurred between 5PM (12/05) and 4:47Am (12/06)- 176 Gerry Road

The victim’s car window was smashed however nothing was reported missing at this

time.

  • Occurred between 6PM (11/30) and 8AM (12/05)- 220 Gerry Road

Victim reported that sometime over the week her vehicles front driver's side window was smashed and her GPS navigation system valued at $400 was stolen.

  • Occurred between 4:30PM (12/05) and 4:37AM (12/06)- 242 Gerry Road

The victim’s car window was smashed however nothing was reported missing at this time.

  • Occurred between 7PM (12/05) and 4:40AM (12/06)- 248 Gerry Road

The victim’s car window was smashed however nothing was reported missing at this time.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

December 4th Police Reports

Arrests

  • Occurred at 9:14PM (12/04) - Longwood Ave/ Marshal St

Akeem Pritchett, 18 yrs, was arrested and charged with Car Jacking, Assault with Intent to Rob, Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, and Disturbing the Peace.

Damien Scott, 19 yrs, was arrested and charged with Car Jacking, Assault with Intent to Rob, Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, and Disturbing the Peace.

Andrew White, 19 yrs, was arrested and charged with Car Jacking, Assault with Intent to Rob, Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, and Disturbing the Peace.

Police responded to reports of several suspicious males lurking around the neighborhood. Upon arrival it was learned that the three men and one juvenile had assaulted several citizens and chased them down the street. The suspects admitted that in addition to robbery they were intending to carjack the victims, the men were subsequently arrested along with the juvenile suspect. Police were also able to confiscate a BB gun from one of the suspects.

Robbery

  • Occurred at 4:46PM (12/04) - 319 Harvard Street

Victim reported that while riding his bike home he was approached by two Hispanic males who impeded his path with their vehicle and by opening the cars doors made it so he was immobilized. At that point the victim reported that one of the Hispanic males took a fighting stance and made reference to this assault being a robbery. When the victim revisited the other suspect pulled out a black handgun from his waist band and pointed it at the victim while he emptied his pockets. The other suspect held the victim at bay with a large folding knife, the then suspects fled with the victim cell phone which was valued at $450. The suspects were described as Hispanic males both between the ages of 15-18yrs. The driver was described as medium build approximately 5’7 tall with wavy black hair and a long ponytail. The second suspect is described as about 6” tall with a skinny build, a small pony tail and a tattoo on his right hand.

Motor Vehicle Theft

  • Occurred between 1:30PM and 10:30PM (12/03)- Aspinwall Ave/ Netherlands Rd

Victim reported that sometime during the day his black Acura Integra was stolen, inside the vehicle were several person items valued at $750. The car is valued at roughly $4,600.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 9AM and 1PM (12/03)- 420 Newton St

Victim reported that sometime overnight his plastic 6 ft fence located in his front yard was knocked over.

Fraud

  • Occurred at 11:34AM (12/04)- Mason Tr

Victim reported that someone had been applying for credit cards in her name and this case is still under investigation.

Summons

Occurred at 11:55Pm (12/04)- 172 Harvard Street

Police on patrol stopped a vehicle after it took an illegal left turn. Upon speaking with the driver it was learned that they had an expired inspection sticker, revoked insurance, an unregistered vehicle,

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

December 3rd Police Reports

Larceny

  • Occurred at 3PM (12/01)- 275 Harvard Street

Victim reported that a suspicious male entered her store and after the man left the employee noticed that a pair of sneakers valued at $160 was taken from the backroom. The suspect is described as heavyset with glasses between 55-65 years of age and is reported as having a thick Russian accent.

  • Occurred between 8PM (12/02) and 7:30AM (12/03)- Gerry Road

Victim reported that sometime overnight his vehicles drivers’ side door was smashed and his GPS navigation system valued at $450 had been taken from the dashboard.

Monday, December 3, 2007

December 2nd Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 1:32AM and 2:22AM (12/02)- 850 Boylston Street

Jason Miles, 34 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating while Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor.

Police on patrol received a call from Boston Police for a vehicle which had committed a hit and run. Brookline Police were able to locate the vehicle and upon speaking with the driver police determined that he was under the influence of alcohol and he was subsequently arrested.

Summons

  • Occurred between 2:49AM and 3:41AM (12/02)- Manchester Road/ Naples Road

Police responded to the scene of an accident and found an empty automobile with a wallet inside. Police using the wallet were able to identify the driver who was found a short distance away. He was informed that he would be summonsed to court for Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident, and Driving on the Sidewalk.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 8:46AM (10/01) and 8:46AM (10/07)- John Street Parking Lot

Victim reported that she had previously had to replace all 4 of her tires due to holes being punctured into each one and she has since reported that again she has noticed her tires are low and believes that they have been punctured again. The puncturing to the vehicle’s tires has caused over $1000 in damage.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 4:50PM and 5:14PM (12/02)- 1333 Beacon Street

Police responded to Harris Fur for a report of a shoplifting. Police met with a store employee who reported after 3 individuals had left the store he had notice3d a mink coat valued at 9500 was missing from one of the racks. Police canvassed the area for the suspects with negative results.

December 1st Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 12PM (12/01)- Harvard Street

Norman Juliano, 32 yrs, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting.

Police responded to reports of a shoplifter at TJ MAXX and were met by an employee who reported witnessing a man take the security tags off of several items of clothing and attempt to conceal them and leave the store. Police met with the man and he was subsequently arrested.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 6PM and 9:30PM (11/30) - 20 Chapel Street

Victim reported that after attending a function at the Harvard School of Public Health he discovered his IPOD missing from his coat. The IPOD is valued at $250 and this case is still under investigation.

Loud Party

  • Occurred at 1:20AM (12/1)- Kent Street

Police responded to reports of a loud party and upon arrival to the apartment witnessed approximately 40 guests coupled with large amount of alcohol and empty beer cans. The party which was spreading from the inside into the street was dispersed and Officers were able to speak with the residents who were informed that they would be summonsed to court for Disturbing the Peace.