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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Police Reports 1/25-1/26

OUIL: Occurred on 1/25 at 6:54 PM- Washington St.

At approximately 6:54, Brookline Police Dispatch broadcast that a black Nissan Rogue had just struck a parked vehicle on Washington St, and had left the scene. The reporting person had informed dispatch that the suspect vehicle had Florida plate, and he observed the vehicle turn from Washington St down Bartlett St. This information was relayed to responding police units. Officer was travelling on Washington St when he observed a black Nissan Rogue baring FL plates. At a traffic signal, the driver turned on the vehicle’s emergency flashing hazard lights and exited the vehicle. He stated that he might have run out of gas. The officer could smell a strong odor of intoxicating liquor on his person, his eyes were glassy and bloodshot, and his speech was slurred

The vehicle had what appeared to be a significant amount of fresh damage along the right side of the vehicle. Due to officer’s observations of the operator, he was placed under arrest for Operating Under the Influence of Liquor.

The arrestee’s right to operate a motor vehicle in Massachusetts has been suspended. The arrestee has been issued Massachusetts Uniform Citations for Operating Under the Influence of Liquor, Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident, Open Container of Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle, Not Duly Licensed, Unregistered Motor Vehicle, and Possession of a Class A Substance.

The arrest was made by Officer David Hill.

Arrest: Occurred on 1/25 at 9:45 PM- Corey Rd.

Officer observed two males walking through a private parking lot towards Corey Rd. As the officer passed the subjects, one male began to turn his head frantically and observe the cruiser, then say something to the other male. The two subjects were trespassing through a private lot and their behavior seemed suspicious. The officer pulled next to the subjects and exited the cruiser, identifying himself as a police officer.

Officers asked the subjects to remove their hands from their pockets while talking to the police. The officer later observed the subject with his left hand inside his pocket again, at which time the officer conducted a pat frisk. The officer located a pack of cigarettes that rattled when he removed it from the subject’s pocket. Inside the officer discovered multiple types of prescription pills. One of the pills had the part of the outer time release coating removed and was cut in half, believed to be consistent with cutting pills in order to ingest them by snorting them. The subject also had on his person razor blades which are often possessed for the purpose of cutting up prescription pills or other narcotics. Based on the above facts the subject was placed under arrest for Possession of Class B drug and Possession of Class E drug. The other subject was sent on his way.

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