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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Salima's Day Off


A Coolidge Corner traffic stop for “no turn on red” violation resulted in the operator being arrested for operating on a revoked license.

The operator was placed under arrest without incident.

On 11/7/2011

A Washington Square traffic stop for an expired registration lead to the operator receiving two citations. One for the Registration being expired and the other for Possession of Less Then One Ounce of Marijuana (C.94C,s.32L)

On 11/07/11

A larceny of a bicycle was reported at Brookline High School. The owner reports he locked his bike in front of the Adult Ed entrance and when he returned the bike was gone. The bike is described as a Schwinn Ranger 26" men's bike, dark gray with some orange in front.


Credit card fraud / misuse of a credit card reported by a resident of Greenough Street. The card was used between 08/10/11 through 11/07/11 totaling almost $240.00. The Victim contacted company canceled the card. Detectives are investigating this crime.


A well being check of a female subject turned into an arrest. During the well being check it was determined that the subject had an outstanding warrant for trespassing out of Cambridge court. The subject was placed under arrest and transported to the station.


A Coolidge Corner traffic stop for an expired inspection sticker turns into an arrest. The Operator was found to be operating on a suspended license and also that had three outstanding arrest warrants.

On 11/07/11

At 0852 hours Officers responded to Walnut St. to investigate a larceny report. Victim reported that her bicycle had been stolen from the front porch. She reported that the bike was stolen on 11/5/11 sometime between 1930 hours and 2100 hours.

The bike is described as a Trek, girl’s style, with a battery powered taillight attached to the rear of the bike by gray duct tape. A black kryptonite lock is wrapped around the front handle bars. Under investigation.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The crime in brookline is so much cooler than in boston!! Good job guys!!