Police Reports September 5, 2014 through September 7, 2014
On September 5, an officer observed a vehicle drive through a red light at the intersection of Boylston St and High St. The vehicle was pulled over and the officer asked for the driver’s license and registration. The driver’s license was suspended. The driver was arrested for operating with a suspended license.
On September 5, an officer responded to Harvard St for a report of stolen packages. On September 4, the subject stole 3 packages from the residence. The subject is described as a male wearing a blue or gray jacket, jeans and white sneakers.
On September 5, an office responded to Harvard St for a larceny report. An individual reported that her bumper was missing from her vehicle. The bumper was last observed sometime around August 26.
On September 5, an officer observed an individual riding motorized vehicle with an improper helmet. The individual was stopped and the officer asked for the driver’s license and registration. The driver did was no duly license. The motorized vehicle was towed and the driver is summonsed to Brookline Court.
On September 5, a subject was arrested for soliciting. The subject was not properly registered to solicit in the town of Brookline and did not comply with the town by-laws. The vehicle used for the company had an expired registration and was towed. Please be advised, in order to register to solicit door to door, you need to get a permit through the Brookline Police Department. The permit is registered through the Chief’s Office. The permit is $10 per month.
On September 6, a vehicle was parked at the intersection of Emerson St and Davis Ave with the operator in the vehicle. Based on information obtained at the scene, the subject was arrested for operating under the influence of alcohol.
On September 6, a subject was placed under arrest for shoplifting at a business along Harvard St.
On September 6, officers responded to a business along Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. The subject took items from the store and fled on foot. The subject is described as a thin, tall, black male wearing a light blue shirt, black baseball hat, and dark pants and sneakers.
On September 6, an officer responded to Beacon St for a report of a stolen bicycle. The individual locked her two bicycles on a street sign along Beacon St on August 28, On her arrival the next morning, she noticed that the two bicycles were missing. One bicycle was recovered; the other one is still missing.
On September 6, an officer responded to Parkway Rd for a report of a stolen scooter. The individual believes the scooter was stolen sometime on September 3. The matter is under investigation.