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Monday, July 23, 2012

Police Report 7/18-7/21

Accident: 7/21 at 3:00am - Hammond Street
Officer observed a vehicle parked by the side of the road at Hammond Street and Laurel Road with the vehicles hazard light blinking. Victim stated that as she swerved to avoid an animal in the middle of the road way, her vehicle hit the curb and then struck a tree. Victim was not injured. A report was taken.

Operating after Suspension: 7/22 at 12:38am – Harvard St

Officer observed a vehicle that did not have a valid inspection sticker. A query of the driver’s registration revealed that he had a suspended license. Driver was placed under arrest and charged with the following offenses: Operating After Suspension (License) and Failure to Submit Motor Vehicle for Inspection.

Possession of Heroin: 7/21 at 7:50pm - Harvard St
Officer was dispatched for a person that was unconscious in a bathroom. As the subject regained consciousness, officer observed an opened hypothermic needle in the area where the subject was lying. When the door to the toilet stall was opened, in plain view there was a bottle cap with a brown substance -which the officer believed it to be heroin.  Upon more investigation, officer revealed prescription pill bottles, and other pills. Subject was taken to the hospital and will be charged with possession of a class A heroin, and possession of a class E substance.

Fraud: 7/21 at 5:55am - Adams St

Officer responded to a report of a credit card fraud. Victim stated that she received an email suspicious activity on her credit card account. The illicit transactions were made in several different states with multiple charges. Victim stated she had possession of her credit card and does not know how it was compromised. She has since closed the account.

Robbery: 7/21 at 4:40pm - St. Paul and Parkman Streets

Officer observed two men beating another male at the corner of St. Paul St and Parkman St. Officer detained one the subject while the other fled. He was found later by another officer. He was staying at a hotel where officers removed an open cigarette pack from the subject’s pocket. The packet contained small plastic wrapped packets of powder-  three of the small clear plastic baggies  contained a tan powdery substance that was believed to be heroin and another clear plastic baggie contained a white powdery substance that was believed to be cocaine. Subjects were placed under arrest and transported to the station. The first subject was charged with assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, to wit, a shod foot, and unarmed robbery. The second subject was charged with assault and battery, unarmed robbery, Possession of a class A drug (heroin), and possession of a class B drug (cocaine). Ambulance was requested for the victim.

Breaking & Entering & Larceny: 7/21 at 2:33am - Manchester Rd
Officers responded to a report of suspicious activity. With a known description, another officer radioed that he had 3 parties stopped on the corner of Naples and Manchester. One subject had a bicycle and a backpack that was not his. The backpack contained his jacket, shirt, cell phone and wallet. Also inside the backpack was a large kitchen knife with the end of blade chipped off.  Subjects were identified by the caller All three parties gave inconsistent stories and were unable to clearly state where they had been or how they came to be in the area, furthermore they could not state why they were in the Brookline area or the driveway of the resident. Subjects were placed under arrest and charged with the following:
-    Subject A: Juvenile Delinquent to WIT, Possession of Burglar Tools, Knife, Flashlight, multiple bike keys, Received Stolen Property, Attempted Breaking & Entering, Conspiracy
-    Subject B: Juvenile Delinquent to WIT, Attempted Breaking & Entering,  Conspiracy, Obstruction of Justice- False Name, Possession of Burglar Tools
-    Subject C: Attempted Breaking & Entering Intent,  Conspiracy, Possession of Burglar Tools, Contribute to Delinquency of a Minor

OUIL: 7/21 at 2:05 - St Paul St at Freeman St
Officer responded to a call that there a subject "slumped over the wheel inside a motor vehicle" at the above listed intersection. Officer detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage and was subject observed to be unsteady on his feet when exiting his vehicle. Subject was placed under arrest for the following: Blocking Intersection, Obstructing Motor Vehicle Traffic, Operating Under the Influence (Liquor).

Loud Noise: 7/21 at 12:12am - Freeman St
Officers responded to a report of a noise complaint. Officers heard loud music coming from the residence and observed people in the apartment from the open windows. The resident of the apartment stated he was having a birthday party for one of his friends and the music got a little loud. He was issued a Town By-Law for Nuisance Control.

Accident: 7/20 at 4:30pm – Webster St
Officer was informed by a subject that he had just had a car accident and needed the officer’s assistance. Subject explained that he drove out of a parking lot and drove in the wrong direction. He got distracted and his vehicle struck a parked vehicle. Subject was issued for a One Way Violation. The owner of the parked vehicle was unable to be contacted.

Larceny: Occurred between 7/18 at 11:00am – 7/20 at 12:00am – Winslow Rd
Bicycle was left on enclosed porch at the front entrance to the house.  The door to the porch wasn't locked.  There were no signs of forced entry. 

Accident: 7/18 at 4:00pm – Centre St
Subject was pulling out of her parking spot when she lost control of the vehicle and struck a parked car on the opposite side of the road. No one was injured. Subject was issued a Motor Vehicle Citation for Failure to use care when starting and stopping.

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