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, October 12, 2007

October 11th Police Reports

Arrests

  • Occurred at 11:35AM (10/11)- 202 Fuller Street

Saymon Silva, 24 yrs, was arrested and charged with Breaking and Entering.

Police responding to a call of breaking and entering got further information that the two men had recently been seen taking off their clothes and fleeing the area; one of the men was found in the area and subsequently arrested.

  • Occurred at 12:41PM (10/11)- 202 Fuller Street

Ledson Dearaujo-Silva, 22 yrs, was arrested and charged with being Not Duly Licensed, Operating a Motor Vehicle down a One Way, and Furnishing a False Name to a Police Officer.

Police on patrol stopped a vehicle traveling the wrong way on a one way street, and further investigation revealed the driver did not have an active license to operate a motor vehicle; Dearaujo-Silva was subsequently placed under arrest. During the booking process the suspect gave police a false name and he was additionally charged.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 12PM and 10PM (10/10)- 213 Washington Street

Victim reports that sometime during the day his rear license plate was stolen from his vehicle.

  • Occurred between 4PM (10/07) and 7PM (10/10)- 145 Sherman Road

Victim reports that his driver’s window was smashed and his GPS navigation system valued at $300 was stolen from his dashboard.

Loud Party

  • Occurred between 12:06AM (10/12)- 318 St. Paul Street

Police responded to a call of loud music and when arriving at the apartment saw an abundance of alcoholic beverages in plain sight. The police broke up the gathering and sent the party goers on their way. Police informed one of the tenants that he would be summonsed to court for Disturbing the Peace and Furnishing Alcohol to persons Under 21.

October 10th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred at 1:24PM (10/10)-Washington Street /Station Street

Daniel Watson,33 yrs, was arrested and charged with Operating after License Suspension, and Operating with an Expired Inspection Sticker

Police on patrol noticed a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker and upon stopping the vehicle learned that its driver identified as Watson had a suspended license, he was subsequently arrested.

Summons

  • Occurred between 3:21AM and 4AM (10/10)-668 Chestnut Hill Ave

An officer on patrol noticed a vehicle with a revoked registration, after stopping the vehicle the man was informed he would be summonsed to court for an operating an Uninsured Motor Vehicle, a Unregistered Motor Vehicle, and Operating after Suspension.

  • Occurred at 10:58AM (10/10)-1195 Boylston Street

Police on patrol noticed a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker and upon stopping the vehicle learned that the vehicle operator had a suspended license. The man will be summonsed to court for Operating after License Suspension, and Operating a Motor Vehicle with an Expired Inspection Sticker.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

October 9th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 12:49AM and 1:10AM (10/09)- 129 Fisher Ave

Michellange Zavier, 19 yrs, was arrested and charged with Domestic Assault and Battery.

Students at Newbury College witnessed two people in an altercation. Students reported that a male suspect assault and battered a female victim. Police spoke with the victim and located the suspect identified as Michellange Zavier in his home town where area officers transported Zavier back to Brookline and into custody.

Robbery

  • Occurred at 8:30PM (10/09) – 96 Franklin Street

A victim reports being robbed at gunpoint by a male suspect. She was entering her apartment foyer and upon taking out her keys to open her inside door to gain entry into the building a man abruptly stepped into the entrance way and pulled out a handgun demanding money. The suspect was able to flee with $45 cash and the woman’s various identification and bank cards. The suspect was described as a dark skinned black male in his 20’s approximately 6ft tall, wearing a baggy sweatshirt and a black baseball cap. A short time later police received a call from a woman about four blocks away from the first robbery. She described a black male about 5’11”, wide build, wearing sweatpants and a gray sweatshirt wearing a dark colored baseball cap, lurking near her front fence. The man seemed to be following her to her building. However, when the suspect saw the woman was looking at him he walked away and fled in a vehicle with break lights that were located on the bumper.

  • Occurred between 10:31PM and 10:34PM (10/09) - 7 Netherlands Rd

Victim reports that two males approached him and put a sharp object on the back of his neck and then stole his backpack which contained $100 cash and various bank and identification cards. The suspects subsequently fled down Parkway Rd. The man was approached from behind by one of the males while the other stood in front of him impeding his path. The first suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his early 20’s approximately 5’8”-5’10”, 180lbs last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. The second male is simply described as Hispanic also wearing a black sweatshirt.

  • Occurred between 7:36PM and 7:40PM (10/09)-Washington Street/ School Street

Victim reports that two males driving a dark colored sedan approached her and asked for directions, the passenger of the vehicle quickly exited and pushed the woman to the ground stealing her purse which contained $122 cash and various personal items as well as her suitcase which contained shoes and other personal items. The first suspect was described as white in his early 20’s with a thin build last seen wearing a blue zip up sweatshirt and blue jeans. The driver is described as white, wearing a red zip up sweatshirt.

Residents are advised to call police about ANY suspicious activity they may witness in their neighborhoods; promptness, perceptiveness and precaution are the best ways to protect ones self from becoming a victim.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 11AM (10/08) and 6AM (10/09)-273 Harvard St

Police responded to a call of an attempted burglary at Finagle a Bagel. An employee reported that sometime overnight someone had tried to pry open one of the rear doors. No additional damage was reported and it does not seem as though entry was made into the establishment.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

October 8th Police Reports

Larceny

  • Occurred between 3:15PM (10/07) and 6AM (10/08) - 10 Hawes Place

Victim reports that her vehicle’s passenger window had been smashed and 8 DVDs, $10 in quarters, an A/C adapter, and IPOD video cables were taken from the backseat. The collective value of these items is approximately $270.

Shoplifting

  • Occurred at 3:29PM (10/08)-302 Harvard Street

Police responded to a report of a shoplifter at The Children’s Place Store, an employee reported seeing two women placing items into their bags then sprint out of the store and flee in their vehicle. The first woman is described as a young black female approximately 5’6”- 5’8” with short brown hair last seen wearing blue jeans a gray jacket. The second female is described as an older black female medium build approximately 5’6” with died blonde wifflecut hair.

Fraud

  • Occurred at 12PM (10/01)- 32 Bartlett Cres

Victim reports wiring approximately $2000 to a fake real estate company’s bank account in hopes of securing a new apartment that he acquired on craigslist.

October 7th Police Reports

Assault

  • Occurred between 12:19AM and 12:41AM (10/07) - 345 Harvard Street

Two victims report being approached by a vehicle while sitting at the benches at Devotion School. The occupants of the vehicle got out and told the victims they were the police, when the victims did not believe their story the suspects proceeded to punch and kick the victims, then fled in their vehicle. This case is still under investigation.

Loud Party

  • Occurred at 12:31AM (10/07)- 61 Thatcher Street

Police responded to a call of a loud party and upon entering the apartment witnessed underage drinking, the hosts were identified as Boston University Students and both residents will be summonsed to court for, Furnishing Alcoholic Beverages to a Person under 21, and Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

  • Occurred at 11:13PM (10/06)- 735 Washington Street

Police responded to a call of a loud party and upon arriving noticed several underage youths outside the residence drinking alcohol. Upon entering the dwelling police saw approximately 100 youths exit out of the back of the residence, inside the residence police found an abundance of alcohol and the hostess of the party will be summonsed to court for Minor in Possession of Alcohol, and Keeper of a Disorderly House

  • Occurred between 11:30PM (10/06) and 1:15AM (10/07)- 76 Denny Road

Police responded to a call of underage drinking and when police arrived they were met by an underage female hostess, police determined that there was alcohol in the residence and the hostess of the party will be summonsed to court for Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

Burglary

  • Occurred at 4PM (10/06) and 3:02PM (10/07)- 90 Cypress Street

Victim reported that sometime overnight a suspect had gained entry into his apartment and stole his Laptop computer, the value of the computer is unknown and this case is still under investigation.

October 6th Police Reports

Summons

  • Occurred at 2:03PM (10/06) - Strathmore Road/ Clinton Path

A victim reports seeing a passenger in a vehicle ahead of hers throw several items of trash out his window. When she approached the vehicle to ask about the littering the man exited his vehicle pulled down his pants exposing his buttocks, and additionally gave the victim the ‘finger’. The man will be summonsed to court for Open and Gross Lewdness and Littering from a Motor Vehicle.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 2PM and 4PM (10/06) - 1493 Beacon Street

Victim reports that someone had entered her apartment while she was away and stole several items. An I-pod Nano, several items of jewelry, and a Laptop were reported missing from the residence. The combined monetary loss of these items is approximately $7250.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 5PM and 7:30PM (10/06) - 1470 Beacon Street

Victim reports that his vehicle’s passenger side window was smashed and his GPS navigation system valued at approximately $190 was stolen from the dashboard.

October 5th Police Reports

Arrest

  • Occurred between 5:11AM and 6:43AM (10/05)-Cleveland Road/ Eliot Street

Dillon Diel, 18 yrs, was arrested and charged with Disturbing the Peace, Resisting Arrest, Possession of Burglarious Tools, and Malicious Damage.

Police on patrol noticed a vehicle parked blocking the flow of traffic. Upon stopping the operator and attempting to speak with him, the vehicle sped off; police located the vehicle a short distance away and discovered its passenger hiding in the woods. He was subsequently apprehended. Inside the abandoned vehicle police found multiple burglarious tools.

Motor Vehicle Theft

  • Occurred between 11:30PM and 7:30AM (10/05) - 160 Fairway Road

Victim reports that sometime overnight her vehicle was stolen from her driveway. The cost of the vehicle is approximately $4300.

Larceny

  • Occurred between 9AM and 10:13AM (10/05) - 39 Kent Street

Victim reports finding her drivers window smashed and her GPS navigation system valued at approximately $1000 missing from the vehicle.

  • Occurred between 6AM and 12:32PM (10/05)-Brookline Ave/ Francis

Police on patrol noticed several vehicles with smashed windows, after contacting the owners it was learned that a GPS navigation system valued at $80 was taken from the dashboard.

  • Occurred between 12PM (10/04) and 2:24Pm (10/05) - 17 Walnut Hill Road

Victim reported that sometime over the last few days her license plate had been stolen from her vehicle.

Occurred between 2PM (10/04) and 1PM (10/05) - 12 Davis Ct

Victim reported that sometime overnight her unlocked bicycle had been stolen from her front porch. The bike is described as a blue mountain bike with a white plastic child seat attached to the rear. The value of the bike is approximately $400.