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.

Monday, December 3, 2007

November 30th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 11PM (11/29) and 9:30AM (11/30)- 129 Fisher Avenue

Brian LaRocco, 19 yrs, was arrested and charged with Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana), Minor in Possession of Alcohol, and additional Drug Law Violations.

A Resident Assistant at Newbury College reported smelling marijuana in the hallway of one of the dorms. Upon entering one of the rooms the R.A discovered 3 students smoking what appeared to be Marijuana. The R.A reported finding a beer ball, a large amount of Marijuana and additional paraphernalia. When police arrived they arrested the resident of the room and confiscated 3 glass pipes, a digital scale, and 4 separate bags of Marijuana in addition to a knife, a Marijuana grinder, and a beer ball.

Summons

  • Occurred at 1:23AM (11/30) -Harvard Avenue

A man will be summonsed to court for making threats to his neighbors. The man reportedly entered the victim’s unlocked apartment and told them to quiet down; he then returned later in the week and made additional threats.

Liquor Violation

  • Occurred between 4PM (11/29) and 11PM (11/30)

During the nights of November 29th and November 30th the Brookline Police Department conducted liquor stings. Police used an underage participant and had the subject, within view of the officer, enter each liquor store and attempt to purchase a small amount of either beer or wine without a valid ID. The participant was denied a sale at every store except one. Best Cellars at 1327 Beacon Street was the only package store that sold to the operative. They will subsequently be required to report for a hearing regarding the matter.

Fraud

  • Occurred between 12AM and 11:59PM (11/28)

Victim reported that someone had attempted to make several fraudulent charges to his account. An attempt was made to purchase computers and cell phones however the victim was able to alert the company before any items were shipped. The Apple store is looking into the problem and this case is still under investigation.

Attempted Burglary

  • Occurred between 1:30PM and 1:40PM (11/30) - Hart Street

Victim reported that while she was getting work done by a Sears Employee she discovered an additional man standing in her living room, she confronted the man and when it was learned he was not from Sears, the suspect attempted to give the woman money. When she refused and further confronted the suspect he fled out of the home. The Sears Employee and the victim described the suspect as a black male who was approximately 6” tall with a thin build and appeared to be about 35 years of age. The suspect was described as having short braided hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a dark blue jumpsuit and construction boots.

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