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, October 27, 2008

October 24th – 26th 2008 Police Reports

Larceny

  • Occurred between 12:00PM (10/22) and 12:00PM (10/25) – 11 Park St

Victim reports that he had parked his vehicle at a parking lot on Park Vale. Upon returning to his vehicle he observed that someone had used a jack and stole both tires from the driver’s side of his vehicle.

  • Occurred between 3:00PM (10/24) and 10:00PM (10/24) – 227 Babcock St

Victim reports that upon returning to her vehicle she observed that three bags of clothing and linens, and the face – plate to her radio had been stolen. The vehicle had been left unlocked. The total value of missing items is $700.

  • Occurred between 2:30PM (10/24) and 3:00PM (10/25) – 1211 Beacon St

Victim reports that she had locked her bicycle to an iron fence in front of her residential building. Upon returning to retrieve her bicycle she observed that it was missing. The bike lock was located on the ground and appeared to have been cut. The bike is described as a girl’s orange Hot Rock bicycle valued at $280.

  • Occurred between 3:30PM (10/24) and 5:30 PM (10/24) – 599 Brookline Ave

Victim reports that he had parked his bicycle against a fence during his soccer practice. Upon returning to retrieve his bicycle he observed that it was missing. The bicycle had been left unsecured. The bike is described as a boys black Gary Fisher mountain bike. Also stolen was a female’s bicycle that was parked in the same field.

  • Occurred between 2:00PM (10/25) and 2:07PM (10/25) – 1000 Boylston St

Victim reports that he observed that his GPS unit along with his Nike “Shock” sneakers had been stolen from his Allied moving van. The vehicle was parked in his driveway.

  • Occurred at 6:42PM (9/22) – 59 Manchester St

Victim reports that he had received his credit card statement from his bank and discovered that there were seven unauthorized cashing of checks in his account. Victim stated that when he receives his statements there is always a number of "access checks" attached to the statement. Victim states that these types of checks may have been stolen from his mailbox. The total amount of transactions made to his account is over $8000.

  • Occurred between 3:30PM (10/03) and 5:30PM (10/03) – 115 Greenough St

Police were dispatched to Brookline High School where there were various reports of student’s cell phones that had been stolen. Students reported that their cell phones had been taken from their lockers located in the boy’s football locker room. A total of four phones and cash were taken from various lockers.

  • Occurred between 3:30 PM (10/15) and 8:34AM (10/21) – 27 Francis St

Officers were dispatched to Lawrence School for a report of six laptops that had been stolen early in the week. School officials’ reported that four Apple Mac Book Laptops each valued at $900 and two Apple I Books valued at $600 were missing. Each laptop has a number written in the right hand corner with black magic marker.

Breaking and Entering/ Larceny MV

  • Occurred between 4:00PM (10/25) and 7:00AM (10/26) – 1060 Beacon St

Victim reports that sometime overnight someone had smashed the passenger side window of his vehicle. He observed that his satellite radio receiver had been stolen. Nothing else appeared to be missing.

  • Occurred between 3:10PM (10/24) and 3:30 (10/24) – John St/ Babcock St

Victim reports that upon returning to his parked vehicle he observed that his front passenger window had been smashed. He observed that his Garmen GPS unit with power cord and his I-Pod holder had been stolen.

Malicious Damage

  • Occurred between 9:00PM (10/25) and 9:27PM (10/25) – 100 Francis St

Victim reports that he heard people running down his driveway and after going out to his parking lot he found that the rear window of his vehicle had been smashed. Nothing appeared to be missing.

  • Occurred between 8:00AM (10/24) and 12:00PM (10/24) – 111 Cypress St

Victim reports that after returning to her parked vehicle she observed that her rear passenger side window had been smashed. Nothing appeared to be missing from the vehicle.

Arrest

  • Occurred at 9:40AM (10/25) – 81 Boylston St

An officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. After stopping the driver further investigation revealed that the driver’s license had been suspended. The driver was placed under arrest for operating after suspension and given a citation for red light violation.

  • Occurred at 2:34AM (10/25) – Hammond Pond Pk/ Heath St

An officer on patrol stopped a vehicle traveling with a defective front headlight. After stopping the vehicle further investigation revealed that driver’s license had been suspended. The driver was placed under arrest.

  • Occurred at 8:27AM (10/24) – 32 Hammond Pond Pk

An officer on patrol stopped a vehicle after it failed to stop at a stop sign. Further investigation revealed that the driver was not duly licensed. The driver was placed under arrest.

Burglary

  • Occurred between 9:16AM (10/25) and 4:30AM (10/26) – 265 Boylston St

Employees reported that sometime overnight someone had broken into the Dunkin Donuts on Boylston St. Employees observed that the front door was slightly open when they came into work and found that the office door had been pried opened. Missing was $600 in cash and $600 in assorted change that was left unsecured in the office.

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