- Occurred 11:00AM (12/31) –
195 Harvard St.
Police conducted a traffic stop for an expired inspection sticker. A license check came back that the driver was operating the vehicle with a suspended license and that the car was unregistered and uninsured. The operator was placed under arrest.
- Occurred 9:49PM (1/2) –
Boylston St./Clark Rd.
Police conducted a traffic stop for speeding. The operator stated that the vehicle was his friend’s and that he had left his license at home. Upon running the operator’s information, a registry check revealed that the operator’s license was suspended. The operator was placed under arrest.
- Occurred 2:40AM (12/31) –
1 Evans Rd& 1634 Beacon St
Police reported numerous graffiti tags both on a residential fence and the side of a building.
- Occurred 2:42AM (12/31) –
724-726 Washington St
Police reported several graffiti tags along a concrete wall.
- Occurred between 9:45AM (12/30) and 9:15AM (12/31) –
15 Short St.
Victim reported that a UPS package that had been delivered 12/30 had been stolen from his vestibule, between a locked and unlocked doorway into the building.
- Occurred 11:40AM (12/31) – 287 Mason Terrace
Victim reported multiple larcenies that had occurred on his construction property throughout the last few months. All stolen items were construction related.
- Occurred between 12/16 and 12:30PM (12/31) –
11 Monmouth Court
Victim reported that a package containing several books was stolen out of her front vestibule sometime between when it was delivered on 12/16 and when the report was filed.
Motor Vehicle Accident
- Occurred 5:32AM (12/31) –
Boylston St./Dunster Rd.
Police responded to a traffic crash, upon which they found the driver unharmed. The car had hit a fire hydrant, a utility pole, spun out of control, and rolled several times. The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license.
- Occurred 12:00PM (12/31) – Beacon St./Westbourne Terrace
An operator attempted to turn right onto Westbourne Terrace when her car began to slide in the snow and onto the sidewalk, colliding with a one way sign and a tree. The driver did not sustain any injuries.
- Occurred 2:50AM (1/3) –
Officers spotted a vehicle over the curb on the right hand side of the road with hazards on. The vehicle had sustained severe front damage after colliding with a fire hydrant. The victim and the fire hydrant were unharmed.
- Occurred 2:23PM (12/31) –
846 Commonwealth Ave.
Police responded to reports of a bank robbery at University Credit Union. The suspect was described as a Black male, late 20’s to early 30’s, wearing a black puffy coat, dark pants, and a “newsboy” type knit cap. He has dark skin with white blotches on his forehead and acne scars on his lower face and jaw.
- Occurred between 5:30PM (12/31) and 11:50AM (1/1) –
510 Clinton Rd.
Police responded to a report of a burglary at the rear door of the victim’s house. There were wood/paint chips and fresh pry marks on the back door. The suspect is thought to have jumped the fence to escape.
- Occurred 7:25PM (1/3) –
115 Greenough St.( ) Brookline High School
Police responded to an alarm at
Breaking and Entering and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
- Occurred between 7:00AM (12/28) and 7:00AM (12/31) –
68 Boylston St.
Victim reported that a work laptop computer and a black sport coat were taken. The most likely address where the crime occurred was