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.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

November 20th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 10:43AM and 11:05AM (11/20) - 121 Boylston Street

Hector Gomez, 21 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after Suspension, Revoked Registration, and other traffic offenses.

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle traveling with a revoked registration and upon pulling the vehicle over and asking for the operator’s license it was revealed that

the I.D the driver provided was not his own. Police discovered the operator’s true identity and learned his license was suspended and he was subsequently arrested.

Summons

  • Occurred between 12:05AM and 12:30AM (11/20)-367 Harvard Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle take an illegal right turn on red and upon stopping the car it was discovered that the vehicles insurance was revoked, and the inspection sticker had expired. Police informed the driver he would be summonsed to court for Operating with Revoked Insurance, Posted No Turn on Red violation, and an Expired Inspection Sticker.

  • Occurred at 7:30AM (11/20) - Harvard Street/ Beacon Street

Police on patrol witnessed a vehicle take an illegal left turn and upon stopping the car it was discovered that the driver’s right to operate had expired. Police informed the man that he would be summonsed to court for Operating with an Expired License, and taking an Illegal Left Turn.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 9PM (11/19) and 7AM (11/20) - 16 Cedar Road

Victim reported that sometime overnight his vehicle’s driver side window was smashed and his wallet was stolen from the glove box. The wallet contained $160 in cash, as well as several credit cards and a license.

  • Occurred between 6PM (11/19) - and 7:30AM (11/20) - 173 Laurel Road

Victim reported that sometime overnight a suspect entered her open garage, gained entry to her vehicle and stole a bag from the interior. The bag contained a leather planner, down vest, reading glasses, and a make up kit. In addition a roll of quarters and $6 cash were also taken.

  • Occurred between 6:45PM and 7:15PM (11/20) - 10 Brookline Place West

Victim reported that she left her cell phone in a public computer lab at the Art Institute for about a half hour and when she returned she discovered it missing. The phone is valued at $450.

  • Occurred between 7PM (11/19) and 1:28PM (11/20) - 20 Glenoe Road

Victim reported that sometime overnight her vehicles passenger side window had been smashed and her pocketbook was stolen from the front seat. The pocketbook contained several credit cards, an Ipod valued at $300, and $200 cash.

  • Occurred between 3:30PM and 4:54PM (11/20) - 1244 Boylston Street

Victim reported that two young males entered her office at New England Podiatry attempting to sell candy. The juveniles were informed no one in the office wished to buy any candy. The two suspects then left the office but returned a short time later and stole a wallet from one of the employees hand bags as well as a digital camera. The suspects were describes as young black males 13-16 years of age. One of the males had dreadlocks and the other is described as having a ponytail.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 10:40AM and 11AM (11/20) – 12 Greenway Court

Victim reported that she discovered a suspicious male inside her apartment, the man was described as a white male in his 50’s, with grayish colored hair and was last seen wearing a dark blue jacket (possibly a Northface). When the woman confronted the man he fled the apartment, the victim reported that she discovered a silver Tiffany’s necklace, and a set of diamond earrings missing from the apartment, and it is believed the suspect gained entry through an unlocked door.

Residents are strongly advised to be cognizant of any suspicious activity around their residences. Residents are further advised to be diligent in securing their doors, and to report any suspicious activity to the Brookline Police promptly.

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