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Thursday, September 27, 2007

September 26th Police Reports


  • Occurred at 8:10AM (9/26) - Webster Place/Harvard Street

Louis Brittle, 31 yrs, was arrested and charged with Malicious Destruction of Property.

Victim reports that while exiting a local Starbucks a panhandler asked him for spare change, when the victim stated he didn’t have any the suspect kicked over a newspaper stand which subsequently fell and struck the victims vehicle. The suspect identified as Brittle was found a short distance away and arrested.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred at 6:35PM (9/25) - Parkman Street/St Paul Street

Victim reports that while she was taking a left turn a man crossing the street deliberately and repeatedly smashed his briefcase against the hood of her car damaging it. The suspect is described as an older man around 65 years of age, 6’2, wearing glasses and a gray suit.


  • Occurred between 5:45AM and 7AM (9/26) - 678 Brookline Avenue

Victim reports that while the center was closed a suspect entered Brookline Animal Control and stole a donation box from the front desk. The amount of money in the box is unknown.

Attempted Larceny

  • Occurred between 9:30PM (9/25) and 11AM (9/26) - 50 Pleasant Street

Victim reports that sometime overnight someone had moved his scooter and tried to start it, severely damaging the vehicles steering mechanism. The cost of this damage is unknown.


  • Occurred at 11:15PM (9/26) - Harvard Street/Beals Street

Victim reports that while he was at dinner a suspect gained entry into his unlocked vehicle and stolen his portable GPS navigation system, along with a backpack containing several personal items. The collective cost of these items is approximately $750.

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