Note to Readers:
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
Friday, September 21, 2012
A query check revealed that the license status was suspended. Operator was placed under arrest and charged for operating after suspension and operating an unregistered M/V.
Warrant/Default: 9/21 at 2:46am – Pearl St/Washington St
Officer responded to a report of a male subject stealing copper along the train tracks. A query check revealed that the male subject had an outstanding default warrant. Subject was placed under arrest.
MV Theft/Auto: Since 9/17 – Summit Ave
Victim, owner of a c company, came into the station to report a stolen vehicle. Victim stated that a driver took out a cab and did not return it. Even after numerous attempts to contact the driver, the driver failed to return the vehicle.
Robbery/Attempt: 9/20 at 8:45pm – Beacon St & Westbourne Terr
Officer responded to a report of a past Assault and Battery. Victim stated that he was approached by a male subject who asked for his wallet. The subject then proceeded to swing and hit the victim. In an attempt to fight back, the subject ran off in the direction of Westbound on Beacon St. Subject is described as a black male, dark complexion, 18-25 years old, slight build, 5'9" tall, short hair, possibly shaved head, wearing an oversized large green camouflage jacket and dark pants, possibly jeans.
Attempted Larceny/Bike: Occ b/t 9/20 at 5:00pm & 9/21 at 1:00am – Harvard St
Officer responded to a report for an Attempted Larceny of a Motorized Scooter. Victim stated that he parked the scooter in a parking lot and returned to discover it missing. The victim later found the scooter on the walkway of Marion St. Scooter is reported to have been damaged and inoperable.
Larceny: 9/20 at 6:50pm – Cypress St
Officer responded to a report of a past larceny of a cell phone. Victim stated that she had her phone in her backpack all morning and returned to find her phone missing.
B&E of MV: Sometime in August – Clark Rd
Victim stated that someone had entered her unlocked vehicle and stole items out from the middle console.
Malicious Damage: 9/19 at 9:00pm – Clark Rd
The forestry department reported that a tree root had been damaged. Caller stated that she observed a male subject take the roots and damage the tree.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
B&E of MV: Occ b/t 9/16 at 1:00am & 9/19 at 3:00pm – Browne St
Victim stated that his vehicle had been broken into and some items had been taken. Victim stated that he forgot to lock his vehicle.
B&E&L of MV: 9/19 at 7:00pm – Pleasant St
Victim stated that he noticed that the inside of his vehicle was disturbed and items were taken. Victim thought that he locked his doors but the motor for his electric door lock has been malfunctioning and the doors must not have locked.
Larceny: 9/19 at 8:45pm – Lawton St
Officer responded to take a report of a stolen bike. Victim stated that he left his bike locked up against the rails in front of his house, and returned to discover it missing. Victim observed the lock to be cut.
B&E&L of MV: Occ b/t 9/17 at 10:00p & 9/18 at 8:30a– Naples Rd
Victim claimed that his and his wife’s vehicle were broken into items were stolen. Victim stated that both vehicles were left unlocked and the alarms were not activated.
B&E of MV: 9/18at 5:30pm & 9/19 at 7:45am - Pleasant St
Victim stated that she returned to find that her vehicle had been rifled through but did not notice items removed.
Larceny: 9/19 b/t 11:30am & 5:30pm – Perry St
Victim reported that her baby stroller had been stolen. Victim stated that the stroller was left out in the front vestibule of her building.
Burglary: 9/19 b/t 8:00am & 8:00pm – Fairbanks St
Officer responded to take a report of a Breaking & Entering & Larceny. Victim stated that he returned to his apartment to find that his door was left ajar and items inside the apartment were rummaged through.
Help spread the message: Keep your vehicles locked and alarms activated at all times. Protect what's yours. Stay alert and stay safe!
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
*Reminder: To better protect you and your personal belongings, please keep vehicles locked at all times
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Preventing underage drinking is everyone’s responsibility. Compliance checks reassure youths do not have easy access to alcohol and that people over 21 years of age are not buying alcohol for underage youths, including employees and liquor license holders. Such activities and frequent oversight of alcohol retailers increases compliances.
Brookline Police Department
Accident/Pedestrian: 9/17 at 1:58pm – Freeman St / Powell St
Officer responded to a report of a hit and run. Victim stated that he was crossing in the crosswalk along Powell Street when a vehicle made contact with his left leg. Several units arrived on scene to check the area but were unable to locate the vehicle.
Traffic Offense: 9/17 at 4:50pm – Freeman St
Officer observed a vehicle failing to obey the posted stop sign at the intersection of Freeman St and Babcock. A registration check revealed that the operator of the vehicle had an expired license status. Operator the vehicle was cited for Not Duly Licensed, and Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign.
B&E&L of MV: 9/17 at 1:00pm – Beacon St
Victim stated that she returned to find a young black male suspect in the back seat of her vehicle. The suspect exited the vehicle, taking with him a satellite radio. Suspect fled in onto Charles St, heading into the direction of Sewall Ave.
Warrant-Default: 9/17 at 9:05am – South St
Officers executed the arrest of a subject who had outstanding default warrants. Subject was placed into custody without incident.
Suspicious Activity: 9/17 at 9:48pm – Beacon St at Carlton St
Caller stated that he was walking his dog when two young black male suspects asked if he had a cell phone. Caller proceeded to walk away. Suspects are described as black males, 15-18 yoa, both 5'8-5'9" in height, Suspect 1 having a slender build, baggy clothing, possibly beige sweatshirt, and Suspect 2 larger build, baggy clothing, unknown colors. At this time, the investigation is ongoing.
Units responded to a separate call of a youth complaint on Carlton St.
Robbery/Attempt: 9/17 at 10:00pm – Colchester St
Victim stated that he was assaulted by two young black male suspects. Victim stated that he was riding his bike in the area of the Longwood MBTA stop when he was punched in the left side of his face causing him to fall off of his bike and to the ground. He immediately got up and exchanged punches with two male subjects, between 14-16 years old: Suspect 1 described as baby faced, short afro hair (1-2 inch), short sleeve Red polo style shirt, and dark colored, normal fitting pants. Suspect 2 wore a blue shirt.
Accident: 9/17 at 7:21pm – Washington St /Beacon St
Officer responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident involving 4 vehicles, with physical injury. Passengers of one of the vehicle that was struck was transported to the hospital.
Operating After Suspension: 9/17 at 6:40pm – Centre St
Officer observed a vehicle proceed through a solid red traffic signal. A query check revealed that the operator of the vehicle has a suspended license status. Operator was placed under arrest and charged for Operating after Suspension, Unregistered M/V, and Fail to Stop at a Red Light.
Fraud/Credit Card: 9/17 at 3:55pm – Park St
Officer was dispatched to investigate fraudulent charges made on a bank account. Victim estimated there to be over 43 unauthorized transactions on the account.
Operating After Suspension: 9/17 at 2:21pm – Boylston St
Officer observed a vehicle making an illegal U-Turn. A registration check revealed that the driver had a suspended license status. Driver will be issued for Town by-law violation for U-Turn where sign prohibits and operation after suspension.
ID Fraud: 9/17 at 4:30pm – Spooner Rd
Officer was dispatched to investigate a possible fraud/identity theft. Victim stated that two fraudulent charges were made to his account.
Larceny: B/t 9/15 at 12pm & 9/17 at 8:00am – Yarmouth Rd
Victim stated that his plants were taken from her front lawn.
Attempt-Larceny: 9/17 at 9:07pm – South St
Officer responded to take a report of a past larceny. Victim claimed that he returned to find items taken from his bedroom.
Monday, September 17, 2012
Loud Music/Party: 9/16 at 12:53am – Pleasant St
Officers responded to a report of a noise complaint. Upon arrival, officers noticed loud music and talking coming from the top floor of an apartment on Dwight St. Residents stated that they were having a birthday party. Residents were advised of the complaint and were each issued citations for violating the Nuisance Control By-Law.
Larceny: 9/15 at 11:35pm – Station St
Officers responded to a report of a past larceny report. Caller stated that she forgot to bring her backpack into the theatre, and later returned to find her bag missing. Caller’s backpack contained numerous property items.
ID Fraud: 8/25 at 3:50pm – Perry St
Caller claimed that he was being victimized by a caregiver who was using his credit & debit cards. Caller stated that the caregiver had taken his vehicle and the credit/debit cards a few days prior. Caller was notified of unauthorized cash withdrawals and transactions. Officers have requested a warrant for the caregiver’s arrest.This investigation is ongoing.
Loud Music/Party: 9/15 at 11:44pm – Harvard St
Officers responded to a report of a noise complaint. Upon arrival, officers observed approximately 10-15 people inside the residence being loud and listening to music. Residents were advised to have their guests leave and issued Town By Laws for violating the Nuisance Control by-law.
Operating After Suspension: 9/17 at Harvard St and Beacon St
A random query check revealed that the operator of a vehicle had a suspended license. Operator was placed under arrest and charged for Operating After Suspension, Providing False Name to a Police Officer, Operating without License in Possession, and Registration not in Possession.
Loud Music/Party: 9/16 at 12:42am – Park Street
Officers responded to a report of a noise complaint. Upon arrival, officers noticed loud music and talking coming from a residence on Park Street. Resident was advised of the complaint and issued a Town By-Law Citation for Nuisance Control. All guests were asked to leave the apartment.
Accident-MV: 9/16 at 1:10pm - Chestnut Hill Ave and Dean Rd
Officer was dispatched for a report of a motor vehicle accident. Operator of a vehicle stated that he ran a red light and struck another vehicle. Operator was issued for Failure to Stop for a Red Light.
Larceny: 9/14 at 2:00pm – Beacon St
Officer was dispatched for a larceny report. Victim stated that she left her wallet at a restaurant and noticed that fraudulent charges were made to her account a few days later. Victim was advised to contact the major credit bureaus to report the incident.
Malicious Damage: 9/14 at 3:20pm – Chestnut Hill Ave
Officers responded to a report of a tow truck dispute. Victim stated that his towing company was proceeding to tow a vehicle that was parked in a lot that was clearly posted no parking. The vehicle was on the lift when the owner of the vehicle ran over demanding to return his vehicle back to him. The subject became irate, jumped into the driver side of the van and drove the van off the tow truck causing damage to the tow truck, and proceeded to try to leave the parking lot. Victim tried to take picture of the vehicle registration plate when the subject hit the victim with his vehicle. Victim sustained pain to the left side of his torso. Subject was placed under arrest and charged with Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerous Weapon(vehicle), Malicious Destruction of Property and Disorderly Conduct.
Leave Scene Accident: 9/15 at 1:00am - Warren St/ Dudley Rd
Officer was dispatched for a report of a town property pole on the ground with part of a black bumper. Operator of the vehicle stated that he was very tired so he walked home and intended to deal with the car and accident the next morning. Operator was charged with failure to keep marked lanes and Leaving the scene of a Property Damage Accident.
B&E of MV: Occurred b/t 9/13 at 5:00pm & 9/14 at 3:00pm– Risley Rd
Victim stated that she left her vehicle unlocked in her driveway overnight and noticed the next day that the driver’s door was left slightly ajar. Victim noticed that the glove compartment was opened; nothing else was disturbed inside the vehicle.
Accident/Bicycle: 9/14 at 10:05am – Lee St
Bicyclist was traveling at a high rate of speed when he lost control and crashed into a parked vehicle. Bicyclist sustained head injuries and was transported to the hospital.
B&E of MV: Occurred b/t 9/13 at 5:30pm & 9/14 at 8:15am– Risley Rd
Victim stated that she noticed the glove compartment of her vehicle was left opened and the contents that were inside were on the front passenger seat. Victim stated nothing was taken from her vehicle. Victim later spoke to a resident of Leland Rd who also stated that his vehicle was entered. He stated that he noticed the front passenger door to his vehicle was slightly ajar and the glove compartment was left opened. Investigation is ongoing.