- Occurred at 10:45AM (12/19)-
294 Harvard Street
Angel Montes, 71 yrs, was arrested and charged with shoplifting.
Police responded to CVS Pharmacy for reports of a shoplifter, police spoke with the employee who said he witnessed the suspect take two boxes of Tylenol and place them inside his coat, a further search revealed the suspect to be in possession of a total of six boxes of Tylenol valued at $59.94 collectively, the suspect was subsequently arrested.
- Occurred at 3:49PM (12/19) -
302 Harvard Street6793
Roy Privott, 40 yrs, was arrested and charged with shoplifting.
Kimberly Bogarty, 34 yrs was arrested and charged with shoplifting.
Police stopped two people outside of the Children’s Place after their descriptions matched the descriptions of two shoplifters. Police interviewed the suspects and in their possession discovered several items of clothing which were determined to have been stolen. The suspects were both subsequently arrested; the value of the stolen items is estimated at $96.50.
- Occurred between 4PM and 4:45PM (12/19)-
18 Village Way
Carlos Mendoza, 36 yrs, was arrested and charged with Assault, and Malicious Damage.
Police responded to calls of a man acting irrationally and out of control and upon arrival police witnessed physical damage to the interior of the residence and it was also determined that an assault had occurred, Mendoza was subsequently arrested.
- Occurred between 12:12Am and 9AM (12/19)-
99 Harvard Street
Victim reported that sometime overnight his vehicles passenger side window had been smashed and his GPS navigation system valued at $350 had been stolen. In addition the suspect reported that his license plate had been stolen and replaced with another one.
- Occurred between 7PM and 9PM (12/18)-
91 Middlesex Road
Victim reported that an unknown suspect had gained entry to her unlocked vehicle and stole a bag of clothes from the backseat; the items had a collective value of approximately $470.
- Occurred at 9:03PM (12/19)-
24 Crafts Road
Victim reported that after taking a cab ride to his residence the victim informed the driver he would have to go inside to get cash in order to pay for the ride. The man gave the driver his cell phone valued at $499 as temporary collateral however when he returned to pay the suspect he was gone, this case is still under investigation.
Informational meeting regarding recent sexual assaults in the town of Brookline
Thursday December 20th
Community Room (First floor to your left)