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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
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Police Reports 10/31
Officer observed a vehicle making an illegal U-Turn in front of Harvard St. A vehicle registration check revealed that the operator had an expired license status. Operator will be charged for the illegal U-Turn and Operating Without a License.
Larceny: B/t 10/28 at 3am & 10/31 at 10:07pm – Naples Rd
Victim stated that he invited 4 individuals over to his home. The following morning, the victim noticed his items missing and unauthorized charges were made to his account.
Warrant/Default: 10/31 at 6:06pm - Harvard St
Officer responded to a report of an employee who had stolen money from the store. Loss prevention officer stated that an employee of the store, along with a male subject, made fraudulent transactions with the register. A query check of the employee revealed hat she had a straight warrant. The employee was under arrest for the straight warrant and two counts of Larceny. Officer was unable to locate the male subject involved in the larceny. Subject is described as a white male of average build approximately in his 20's with dark short hair.
Under Investigation: 10/31 at 9:51am – Elm St
Officer responded to a report of unusually large amounts of deposits being made. Caller felt that the owner of the checking account may have been a victim of exploitation or the checks had been forged without his knowledge. Officers were able to identify the suspect who has been depositing the checks. This case is under investigation.
Larceny/Bike: B/t 10/26 at 4:30pm & 10/28 at 5:00pm – Jefferson Rd
Victim stated that two bicycles had been taken from her back yard. Victims stated that the tires wer flat and were not worth much of value.
Warrant: 10/31 at 12:40am – Brookline Police Station
Owner of a vehicle came to the station to get a release for his vehicle that was towed. A records check of that license revealed that the owner had a Straight Traffic Warrant. Owner was placed under arrest.
Fraud: B/t 9/15 & 10/30 – Green St
Victim reported that fraudulent charges were made to his account. There were 3 unauthorized charges from unknown locations.