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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

March 1st


  • Occurred 8:33PM (2/28) – Mountfort St./Essex St.

Police executed a traffic stop for a driving violation. Upon identifying the driver, it was discovered that her driver’s license was suspended. The officers also noticed the vehicle she was driving had an expired inspection sticker. The driver was subsequently placed under arrest.

  • Occurred 10:27PM (2/28) – 525 Harvard St.

Police performed a traffic stop for defective equipment. The driver stated that he currently did not have a license but had in the past. Officers confirmed that the driver’s license had actually been revoked. He was subsequently arrested for operating after revocation.


  • Occurred between 9:00AM and 2:00PM (2/28) – Browne St.

Police responded to a report of fraud. The victim stated that she was contacted over Facebook by an old friend who claimed that he was in London and had been robbed at gunpoint and needed money. When she offered to help he requested she send money through Western Union, which she did. After a follow up conversation raised her suspicions, the victim called her friend. He explained that someone had hacked into his account and sent this message to everyone. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred between 8:20AM and 8:45AM (3/1) – 115 Greenough St.

Police responded to a report of three stolen cell phones. Three students at Brookline High School stated that their cell phones were missing. All of the students had left their backpacks in the girl’s locker room in the Tappan St. Gym. Police are following up on the case.

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