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Tuesday, September 4, 2007

September 1st Police Reports


  • Occurred at 12:55AM (9/01)

Phyllis Demarco, 58 yrs, was arrested and charged with domestic assault and battery.

  • Occurred at 1:39AM (9/01) - 85 Gerry Road

Matthew Sherer, 41 yrs, was arrested and charged with open and gross conduct.

Victim reports that while standing on the front stoop of his residence he noticed a neighbor standing in the courtyard completely naked. The suspect allegedly began making inappropriate movements deemed to be of a sexual nature. The man was subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred between 2:55AM and 3:07AM (9/01) - 360 Washington Street

Gregory O’Brien, 22 yrs, was arrested and charged with operating while under the influence of alcohol, speeding, and not being in possession of a license.

Police on patrol noticed a vehicle exceeding the posted speed limit and driving erratically. Upon stopping the vehicle it was determined that it’s driver was under the influence of alcohol. He was subsequently arrested.


  • Occurred between 6AM (8/30) and 6PM (8/31) - 121 Jordan Road

Victim reported that his bank of America account was accessed via his computer and 3 fraudulent transactions were charged to his account. The victim contacted Bank of America and he was advised to cancel that current account.


  • Occurred between 6:30PM (8/31) and 1:57PM (9/01) - 612 Washington Street

Victim reports several plastic bottles of urine being thrown into her backyard. This case is still under investigation.

  • Occurred at 12AM (9/01) - Cypress Street/Wellington Tr

Police report stopping two suspicious suspects on bicycles. Further investigation revealed that the men ‘found’ the bicycles and would return them to the Brookline Police for safe keeping, at this current time it cannot be determined whether these bikes were stolen.

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