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Tuesday, July 14, 2015


On July 10th, an officer in his cruiser observed a vehicle traveling northbound on Harvard St. without a Massachusetts Inspection Sticker on the windshield. Upon this discovery, the officer queried the registration on the cruisers laptop which revealed that the vehicle did not have a valid inspection sticker.  The officer then proceed to make a traffic stop and advised the driver for the reason he was being stopped. The officer checked for warrant on the cruisers laptop, which revealed there was a warrant for his arrest in the state of Georgia. The subject has been placed under arrest.

On July 10th, an officer was dispatched to a parking lot on Beacon St. for a report of a larceny from a motor vehicle. On scene, the owner of the vehicle stated his car was unlocked with the windows open while he was helping his friend move from his apartment. Upon arrival to his vehicle, the victim noticed his phone charger, prescription glasses and sunglasses were missing.

On July 10th, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Columbia Terrence for a report of a past larceny. Upon arrival, the victim stated that on 4/12/2015, while shopping at local business her cell phone was stolen from either her purse or jacket. She informed the store manager of the incident but did not report this to the police department. After receiving a new cellphone, she downloaded a cellphone app which located her old phone. The app pinned the cellphone at a residence in Southborough, Massachusetts. The officer contacted the Southborough Police Department and explained the situation to the dispatcher. Hours later, a Southborough Police Officer contacted the Brookline Police Department and stated the phone was found in an open field near the residence in Southborough Massachusetts. The victim has been contacted and will be making arrangements to retrieve the phone
On July 10th, officers along with a detective were dispatched to a residence on Mason Terrace for an attempted breaking and entering. On scene, the homeowners stated that when they arrived home they discovered one of the spare bedroom windows had been opened. This was unusual because the couple rarely steps foot in that particular bedroom and do not remember opening the window. Nothing has been reported missing or damaged.

On July 10th, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Beacon St. for a past breaking and entering. On scene, the victim stated that the break occur while she was out running errands. While on scene, the officer observed the point of entry was through a kitchen window. The homeowner reported missing a sum of money which was removed from suitcase. A detective was called on scene to process the scene for fingerprints. This matter is still under investigation.

On July 11th, an officer was flagged down on Harvard St. by Brookline resident. The resident stated her wallet was stolen after she bought tickets for a movie. The victim stated the wallet contained a U.S. Passport, money, a Charlie Card, two debit cards and one credit card. She stated a man sat next to her on a wall nearby the theater and engaged her in conversation and she believed a man was the one who stole the wallet.

On July 12th, an officer was dispatched to an apartment on Beacon St. for a noise complaint. Upon arrival, the officer could hear music playing from the apartment. The officer then spoke with the resident and advised her of the complaint. The resident turned the music off and ordered to leave her guests to leave. The resident was issued a Town By-Law Ticket.

On July 12th an officer was dispatched to Babcock Street for a report of a breaking and entering. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the homeowner and advised the officer she had been away from the apartment for the day. When the victim returned home she noticed one of the bedroom windows was open and a lamp broken. The victim reported nothing was missing.

On July 13th, an officer was dispatched to the area of Brook St. for a report of a stolen bicycle. On scene, the victim stated he locked his bike to a one-way sign on the corner of Brook St. and Perry St. When he returned the next day the cable lock that he used to secure the bicycle was still there but was cut and his bicycle was gone.

On July 13th, an officer was dispatched to Monmouth St. for a past larceny of a package. While on scene, the officer spoke with the resident who stated the packaged she ordered was missing from her front patio. She stated she checked the tracking information and it was delivered on Saturday, July 11th, 2015.  The officers advised the victim to contact the merchant and file a claim. 

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