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Friday, February 10, 2012
Police Reports 2/9-2/10
Due to the recent increase of house breaks and package thefts, additional officers were assigned to monitor certain areas of Brookline. An officer observed a subject who appeared to be nervous, constantly looking over his shoulders and acting in a suspicious manner. After briefly losing sight of the subject, officers observed the subject on St. Paul St. turning onto Beacon St. carrying a blue box, an item that he had not been carrying previously.
Based on the individual’s suspicious behavior, officers stopped the subject on Borland St. Officers conducted a pat frisk of the individual, which revealed a pair of high heeled shoes tucked in his pants. A search of the subject’s backpack revealed, among other items, a UPS box that was not addressed to the subject. At this time, the subject was placed under arrest for Larceny. Officers conducted a search of the area where they had observed the subject pass by. Inside several doorways were UPS boxes that had been torn open and emptied. He was charged with three counts of larceny from a building.
Arrest: Occurred on 2/10 at 2:17 AM- Harvard St./ Beacon St.
A motor vehicle was traveling on Beacon St. with a rejected inspection sticker. The officer conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Harvard St. and Beacon St. A query of the driver revealed that his license was suspended. The driver was placed under arrest for Operating After Suspension and failure to submit vehicle for inspection.
Arrest: Occurred on 2/9 at 8:01 PM- Boylston St.
A vehicle was traveling on Boylston St. at a high rate of speed. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Boylston St. The operator did not have a valid driver’s license, and he was placed under arrest for Not Duly Licensed and Speeding. The registered owner of the vehicle, who arrived to take control of the car, was issued a citation for Allowing an Unlicensed Operator to drive a MV.