Police Reports December 27th - 30th
On December 30th officers responded for Beaconsfield Road for a report of a stolen motor vehicle. The victims stated to police that their vehicle had been parked in their driveway overnight and last seen around 1:30 am on 12/30. While checking a second car in the same driveway, it was also found that there was entry made into their second vehicle and GPS unit and other items had been taken.
On December 29th officers conducted a traffic stop on Commonwealth Ave at Amory Street for speeding. As a result of the traffic stop, the operator was placed under arrest for operation after suspension.
On December 29th at approximately 4:00 pm Officers responded to Brookline Wine and Food on Harvard Street for a reported robbery. The suspect entered the store and stood next to the register at the front of the store. And employee noticed on the surveillance footage that the suspect was reaching over the counter and placing his hand in the cash register. The employee confronted the suspect who then dropped the money and fled from the store.
On December 29th officers conducted a traffic stop on Beacon Street. As a result of the traffic stop, the operator was placed under arrest for operation without a license, operating after license suspension, failure to dim headlights and failing to wear a seat belt.
On December 28th at 11:00 pm, officers conducted a traffic stop for failing to display headlights. As a result of the traffic stop, the operator was placed under arrest for operation after license suspension.
On December 28 officers conducted a traffic stop for revoked insurance on Boylston Street at Dunster Street. As a result of the traffic stop, the operator was placed under arrest for operation after revoked insurance as well as not duly licensed.
On December 28 a victim came into the police station and reported a larceny from a vehicle on Clyde Street. Victim reported that she parked her vehicle on Clyde Street while attending a party and left her handbag inside the vehicle. When she returned to the vehicle the bag was gone.
On December 28th, police responded to Saint Paul Street for a reported larceny. The victim stated to police that they had two packages delivered by UPS on December 27, when the victim went to retrieve the package it had been removed from their entry way.
On December 28th, police responded to Beacons Street for a report of a larceny. The victim reported that while at her place of business on 12/27 someone had stolen her cell phone and case. The case had contained identification, credit cards and cash.
On December 27th officers responded to 55 Pond Ave for a report of a larceny. The victim reported to police that a lap top computer had been stolen from one of the medical offices in the building.
On December 27th while on patrol, officers stopped a vehicle for making an illegal turn off of Harvard St onto Green Street. The operator was placed under arrest for operation after suspension as well as possession of heroin, misc. drug charges, and receiving stolen property.
On December 27th police responded to Browne Street for a fraud report. Victims told the officers that they were planning on taking a trip to New York and were looking at rental properties in the city. They used a website, Homeaway.com, to do the planning and had sent money for the rental. When the victims tried to reach the ‘renter’ to obtain the keys for the stay, they had no contact. Working through the website it was found that the account had been hacked and the property was rented out fraudulently.
Scam Alert : On December 27th a victim came to the police station to report a case of fraud. She received a call from a company called ESupport-Live stating that they could fix her computer. The victim was having issues with the computer at the time and had her credit card charged for the repair. She then later got a call from the Federal Trade Commission and her bank informing her of fraudulent use of her Credit card
On December 27th, officers responded to a residence on Park Street to take a report for stolen packages. The victim reported to police that he had two packages delivered by USPS to his residence. USPS delivered the packages on 12/23 around 7:30 pm and when the victim went to retrieve them (12/24 8:00 am) they had been removed from the front steps.