On June 30th, an officer was dispatched to Wolcott Rd for a breaking and entering and larceny of a motor vehicle. On scene, the victim stated her vehicle was unlocked and items inside the vehicle had been rummaged through. She reported missing headphones and a small amount of loose change.
On June 30th, an officer was dispatched to Newton St. for a residential alarm. On arrival, the officer noticed the basement window of the house was smashed. The homeowner shortly arrived on scene and inspected the home and confirmed nothing was missing or damaged.
On June 30th, an officer was dispatched to the Brookline Village T-stop to serve an arrest warrant. After confirming the identity of the suspect, officers moved in and placed him under arrest.
On June 30th, officers observed two suspicious subjects in the area of Cypress St. and Washington St. One of the officers noticed a large bag next to the individuals and due to recent burglaries in the town the officers approached and asked the individuals to identify themselves. Both of the individual’s information was given to dispatch to check for warrants. Dispatch confirmed one subject had an active warrant and was placed under arrest.
On June 30th, an officer conducting traffic enforcement of West Roxbury Parkway observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. The officer activated the overhead blue lights and stopped the individual. The officer approached the driver and advised him of the reason for the stop. The officer then entered the license plate into the cruisers laptop, which showed the driver’s license was suspended. Dispatch confirmed the suspended status and the driver was placed under arrest.