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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
March 21st- 22nd
Occurred at 6:01 PM (3/21) – Harvard Street
Officers observed a vehicle that failed to stop for pedestrians at a crosswalk. Officers conducted the traffic stop and during investigation learned that the operator’s license to operate was suspended. The subject was subsequently placed under arrest for operating after suspension, failure to yield for pedestrians and license not in possession.
Occurred between 7:18 PM (3/21) and 7:35 PM (3/21) – Park Drive/ Muddy River
Officers observed a vehicle flashing its high beams behind them. Officers allowed the vehicle to pass but then conducted the traffic stop. Officers learned that the subject was flashing the high beams because they were in a hurry and was trying to pass the officers vehicle. The officer conducted a query and learned that the subject had a straight warrant out for his arrest. The subject was subsequently placed under arrest for the warrant stated above.
Occurred at 9:30 PM (3/21) – Tappan Street
Officers were proceeding through a traffic light when they observed a vehicle tailgating another vehicle. Officers initiated the traffic stop and the vehicle proceeded to pull over. As officers investigated the operator’s license and registration status, they learned that the license status was suspended. The subject was subsequently placed under arrest for operating after suspension and following too closely.
Occurred at 3:08 PM (3/21) – Beacon Street
Officers responded to a report of a shoplifter who had just exited the store after stealing a couple IPODS. The suspect was described as a white male wearing a gray knitted winter hat, blue jeans with a red design on the pockets, gray jacket with black shoulder, and a hooded sweatshirt with a red t-shirt underneath. Reportedly, the suspect was acting suspicious when he was walking around the store. Employees were watching the suspicious suspect on the cameras out back when the suspect lifted the display case up and walked out of the store with two IPODS. The suspect was last seen exiting the store heading towards Harvard Street.
Occurred at 7:52 PM (3/21) – Strathmore Road
A victim reported that a bicycle was stolen from the victim’s fence in front of the apartment. The lock of the bike was cut and the bicycle was stolen. Officer advise any residents to keep an eye out for any suspicious activity that could be related to this incident.
Breaking and Entering and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle:
Occurred at 3:51 PM (3/21) – Parkway Road/ Brookline Avenue
Officers were dispatched to an area of a reported breaking and entering and larceny of a motor vehicle. Upon arrival the suspect was described by the caller as a black male with a larger blister/ cut on his lip. The suspect was seen wearing a white sweatshirt and blue jeans. The caller had observed the suspect leaning against the vehicle trying to clear glass away that was smashed with his elbow. The suspect then reached into the vehicle and grabbed a black bag. The caller was able to retrieve the stolen goods but could not stop the suspect. An area check was conducted but they were unable to locate the suspect.
Occurred between 9:00 AM (3/21) and 9:00 PM (3/21) – Summit Avenue
Officers responded to the area for a past breaking and entering report. Upon arrival they were met by the reporting party who stated that after returning home from work she noticed that the closet door and other drawers and cabinets were left open and rummaged through. It was then discovered by residence security that one of the doors was broken and appeared to be left open. The victim was then advised to contact the police. The victim stated that jewelry was missing from the residence. The victim stated that there had been a plumber in her residence earlier that day but she was present for the whole visit. The scene was processed and will be followed up on.
Occurred between 11:00 AM (3/21) and 9:00 PM (3/21) – York Terrace
Officers responded to a report of breaking and entering. Upon arrival officers were met by the reporting parties who stated that their house appeared to be broken into. The residents are in the middle of moving out and did not immediately notice the break in. The residence stated that they noticed a bedroom window left ajar with a ladder outside of the window that did not belong to them. The bedroom was left in disarray and a long list of items was missing.
Operating After suspension:
Occurred between 1:54 AM (3/22) and 2:18 AM (3/22) – South Huntington Avenue
Officers were assigned to the area when they observed a vehicle make an unsafe lane change. Officers conducted the traffic stop. Upon investigation officers learned that the operators license status was suspended. The subject will be summonsed to Brookline court for operating after suspension and the other traffic offenses.