Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.

Friday, July 11, 2014

7/10/2014

Police Reports July 10, 2014

On July 10, an officer was monitoring traffic at the intersection of Cypress St and Boylston St and observed a vehicle fail to stop at a red light. The officer pulled the vehicle over and asked for the driver’s license and registration. The driver’s license was suspended and the driver was placed under arrest.

On July 10, an officer responded to a call on Goddard Ave for a past breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The individual noticed his back window was smashed and items were taken from the vehicle. The truck also appeared to be targeted. The matter is under investigation.

On July 10, an officer was conducting general patrol at Washington St and Harvard St. By random query of registration, the officer was informed that the owner of a passing vehicle had a revoked license. The individual was placed under arrest for operating after a revocation of license.


On July 10, officers observed a vehicle drive through a red light along Beacon St. The officers pulled the vehicle over and asked the driver for their license and registration. The license was suspended and the driver was placed under arrest.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

7/9/2014

Police Reports July 9, 2014

On July 9, an officer responded to report a past breaking and entering on Salisbury Rd. The individual believed her car was broken into the night before while parked in her driveway. Nothing was missing from the vehicle, but the center console was open. The individual also noticed scratches on the side of her vehicle. The vehicle was left unlocked.

On July 9, an officer responded to report two stolen bicycles on Euston St.  The individual left the two bikes mounted on the roof rack of her vehicle the night before. When she returned in the morning, the two bicycles were missing.

On July 9, an officer observed an individual riding his bicycle in a suspicious manner. As the officer continued to observe, the individual went into an apartment complex and exited with a package in his possession. The individual then sped on his bicycle out of the apartment complex. The officer initiated a stop. Upon investigation the officer determined the package was stolen. The individual was placed under arrest.

On July 9, officers responded to Washington St for a past larceny. Officers spoke with the owner of a paving company who stated two pieces of equipment were missing from his current job on Washington St. The individual believes the items were taken sometime between Sunday July 6 and Tuesday July 8. The matter is under investigation.

On July 9, officers responded to Crafts Rd for a breaking and entering. The residents stated upon coming home from vacation, they noticed their house was broken into. Some items were taken from the home. The matter is under investigation.

On July 9, an officer was conducting traffic enforcement along Harvard St and observed a vehicle take an improper left. The officer pulled the vehicle over and asked for the license and registration. The individual had a suspended license and was placed under arrest.

On July 9, an officer was conducting traffic enforcement along Hammond St and observed a vehicle speeding. The vehicle was pulled over and the officer asked for the driver’s license and registration. The individual’s license was suspended. The individual was placed under arrest for operating with a suspended license and speeding.

On July 9, an officer responded to Kenwood St for a report of a stolen bicycle. The individual believed the bicycle went missing sometime from July 3 to July 8. The bicycle was unsecured and kept in a garage.


On July 9, officers responded to Ivy St for a report of a stolen bicycle. An individual observed two subjects taking a bicycle from the residence before fleeing. Sometime after, officers responded to a report of two subjects that were tampering with a bicycle’s lock on Park St. The two subjects were stopped by officers and taken into custody. The subjects were summonsed to Brookline District Court for larceny. 

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

7/9/2014

Police Reports July 8, 2014

On July 8, officers responded to a report of a past robbery on Harvard St. The individual stated he deposited cash from the bank and went to a nearby laundromat. While in the store, the subject demanded money from the individual. The individual refused and the subject physically attacked him. During the altercation, the subject took cash from the individual’s pocket then fled on his bicycle towards Beacon St. The subject was described as a white male, middle aged, 5’8”, heavy set and unshaven. The subject was wearing a blue cap and light blue plaid shirt. The subject’s bicycle was red and white.  If you have any information about the incident, please call the Brookline Police Department at 617-730-2222.

On July 8, an officer responded to Parkvale Rd for a report of a stolen bicycle. The individual believes two bicycles were stolen within the past couple weeks from the basement of his home. The bicycles were not locked. The matter is under investigation.


On July 8, an officer responded to a report for shoplifting along Beacon St. The staff stated that they observed the subject put an item into her bag. Once the subject exited the store, officers stopped her, checked her bag and found the item. The subject is summonsed to Brookline District Court for shoplifting.  

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

7/7/2014

Police Reports July 7, 2014

On July 7, an officer responded to a live breaking and entering of a motor vehicle along Sewall Ave. An individual reported seeing two males enter a vehicle that she did not recognize as the owner. The two males looked through the center console. The subjects fled the scene. Upon checking with the owner of the vehicle, nothing was believed to be taken. The vehicle was left unlocked.

On July 7, an officer responded to Penniman Rd for a report of larceny. The individual stated his excavator was stolen on June 29 from a work location. The matter is under investigation.

On July 7, an officer responded to Clark Rd to report a past breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The officer spoke with the individual who stated his ipod was stolen from his vehicle on July 3, 2014. The individual believes he left his vehicle unlocked. The matter is under investigation.


On July 7, an officer responded to Perry St for an attempted breaking and entering that occurred on Saturday, July 7. The individual noticed pry marks on her door and door frame when she came home Saturday evening. The individual recalls locking her door before she left and the door was still locked upon her arrival. She does not believe the subject gained access to her apartment. 

Monday, July 7, 2014

7/3/2014-7/6/2014

Police Reports July 3, 2014 through July 6, 2014

On July 3, an officer was conducting general traffic enforcement along Harvard St and Babcock St. By random query, the officer observed a passing vehicle that was not inspected. The vehicle was pulled over and the officer asked for their license and registration. There was another individual in the backseat of the vehicle who was not wearing a seat belt. The officer gathered information from the individual and was notified that there was a warrant for his arrest. The officer placed the individual under arrest.

On July 3, an officer responded to a call for breaking and entering on Lowell Rd. The individual stated the three vehicles that were broken into were left unlocked. Items were stolen from one vehicle. The other two vehicles appeared looked through, but nothing was taken.

On July 3, an officer observed a vehicle make contact with another vehicle, causing minor damage. The officer stopped the vehicle and asked for the driver’s license. The driver’s license was suspended and the driver was placed under arrest.

On July 3, an officer responded to a hit and run motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Washington St and Greenough St. Upon arrival, the individual stated a vehicle driving from the opposite direction collided with her car. The individual pulled over to exchange information but the other vehicle left the scene. Information officers gathered led to them to the subject. The subject is summonsed to Brookline District Court for fleeing the scene of a motor vehicle accident.

On July 3, an officer responded to University Rd for a report of larceny. Upon arrival, the individual stated that while his motorcycle was parked along University Rd, his helmet was stolen. The helmet was not locked to the motorcycle.

On July 3, an officer responded to Harvard St for a report of larceny of a cell phone. Upon arrival, the individual stated he left his phone charging in an outlet at the restaurant. The individual then stepped out to his car and when he came back the phone was missing. Officers gathered information at the scene and the matter is under investigation.

On July 3, officers responded to Kent St and Linden St for reported fireworks. Upon arrival, officers spoke with two individuals who were holding fireworks. Both individuals are summonsed to Brookline District Court for possession of fireworks.

On July 4, an officer responded to Harvard St for a report of attempted shoplifting. The subject was stopped by officers outside of the store. The subject had an outstanding warrant and was placed under arrest.


On July 6, an officer was assigned to Centre St for a report of a stolen bicycle. The individual left her son’s bicycle outside of her house with other family bicycles. About two hours later she went outside and noticed her son’s bicycle was missing. The bicycle was not locked and secured like the other bicycles.