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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
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Victim came into station reporting a case of larceny by check. On 6/19/2012, he received a copy of his bank statement of an unidentified charge to his account. The same incident occurred for the second time by the same subject on a later date. Victim claims that the credit card checks were stolen from his unlocked mailbox. Case is still under investigation.
Larceny: 6/27 at 4:16pm – Commonwealth Ave.
Officers respond to a reporting of a shoplifting. The store’s assistant manager claimed that the subject displayed suspicious behavior. Upon attempting to stop the subject, he left the store and road off on his bike. A review of the surveillance camera shows that the suspect had placed a headset underneath his shirt.
Graffiti Law: 6/27 – Stedman St
A resident of a building discovered graffiti on the side of his building.
Graffiti Law: 6/27 at 7:24pm – Park St
Officer responds to a graffiti complaint. The resident stated that he smelt the fresh paint after witnessing a male exiting the garage. He observed various graffiti on the inside and outside garage wall. The suspect is assumed to live in the area.
Town Property: 6/28 at 12:28am - Newton St
Officer responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident. The vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed and while distracted, collided onto Horace James Circle and struck a town tree. Subject was not injured. Upon a query of the vehicle’s information revealed that the subject had a suspended license. The driver was placed under arrest and charged for Mark Lanes Violation and Operating Motor Vehicle with a suspended License.
Loud Music/Party: 6/28 at 2:03am Euston St
Officer responded to a radio call for a loud party. Upon arrival, the officer heard loud music and talking coming from an apartment. Resident claimed she just had some friends over and left the windows open. Approximately 5 people left the apartment without incident and the music was turned off. There was no further noise.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Operating Under the Influence of Liquor: Tuesday 6/27 at 2:31am- Boylston St
A vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed on Boylston St. Upon approach, officers noticed a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the interior of the vehicle. Subject was placed under arrest for Operating Under the Influence of Liquor.
Operating After Suspension: Tuesday 6/27 at 2:31am- Boylston Street
A vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed on Boylston St. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Boylston St. A query of the driver’s information revealed that his license was suspended. The driver was placed under arrest for Operating after Suspension.
Larceny: Occurred Monday 6/25 at 1:30pm- Winchester St.
An incident of a UPS package that had been left at a doorway on Winchester St., had been stolen.
Protective Custody: Occurred Tuesday 6/26 at 12:24am- Newton St.
A man was observed lying in the roadway. While waiting for Fallon Ambulance’s arrival, officers questioned the subject who became uncooperative and belligerent. The subject was placed into protective custody for his own safety and transported to the Brookline Police Station.
Monday, June 25, 2012
A Dwight St. resident reported a breaking and entering of an apartment. The victim stated that she was in the bathroom when she heard a noise come from the front door area of the apartment. When she went to investigate, she discovered that the front door had been compromised and forced open. The victim was not able to see any suspects. It did not appear that anything was taken from the residence.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/23 at 1:43 AM- Chestnut St.
Officers responded to Chestnut St. for the report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated that he parked his vehicle on Chestnut St. and went into a house to deliver a pizza. When he returned to his vehicle, he discovered a male subject sitting in his vehicle going through his wallet. The victim grabbed his wallet out of the subject’s hand, at which time the subject fled the scene on foot.
Officers were able to locate a subject fitting the description in the surrounding area. In plain view, the officer observed a bag with several prescription pill bottles that did not have labels. A search revealed that the subject possessed cocaine and pills that were not prescribed to him. The subject was placed under arrest for Possession of Class E without a Prescription and Possession of Class B. The subject has not been confirmed as the male who committed the breaking and entering of the motor vehicle.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/23 at 3:24 AM- Parkman St.
A Parkman St. resident reported a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers observed a male subject banging and kicking on a front door. The subject was placed under arrest for Disturbing the Peace.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/24 at 4:36 PM- Hammond Pond Pkwy.
A vehicle failed to stop for a stop sign while entering the rotary from Lagrange St. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Hammond Pond Parkway. A query of the driver’s information revealed that his license was suspended. The driver was placed under arrest for Operating after Suspension.
Arrest: Occurred on 6/24 at 7:14 PM- Beacon St.
A query of a vehicle’s information revealed that the registered owner had a suspended license. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Beacon St. The driver was confirmed to be the registered owner and she was placed under arrest for Operating after Suspension.
B&E Motor Vehicle: Occurred between 6/23 and 6/24- Kenwood St.
A Kenwood St. resident reported the breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated that she parked her vehicle in her driveway with her door unlocked on 9/23 at 9:30 PM. When she returned the next morning she discovered that her glove box had been rummaged through. It did not appear that anything was missing from the vehicle.