On October 13th, an officer assigned to the front desk, was approached by a Brookline Resident to report the Breaking and Entering and Larceny of his motor vehicle. The victim reported having his vehicle unlocked, and parked in the driveway of his home on Salisbury Rd. The next morning, the victim noticed the vehicles driver’s side door was open ajar and noticed a small sum of loose change and MP3 player missing from his vehicle. No signs of damage or forced entry into the car.
On October 14th, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Russell Street for a report of a past larceny of a bicycle. On scene, the victim reported parking his bicycle in his garage in the rear of his property. The following day the victim noticed his bicycle missing. Nothing else is reported missing at this time.
On October 15th, and officer assigned to the front desk was approached by a Brookline Resident, who wanted to report the theft of his cellphone. The victim reported being in the Coolidge Corner area the night before and had his cellphone attached to his belt. The victim strongly feels he did not misplace, or drop the phone, and believes the phone was taken from his belt.
On October 15th, an officer on patrol on the intersection of Mountfort Street and Carlton Street, and conducted a random query of a vehicle’s registration, stopped at a red light. The query revealed the vehicles registration was expired. The officer initiated a traffic stop and asked for the operator’s license and registration, which were both expired. The officer asked the driver to step out of the vehicle, and the officer observed the driver was attempting to grab two plastic bags in the back seat. After the subject was detained, the officer investigated the bags, which revealed a small quantity of package drugs, along with other drug paraphernalia associated with distribution. Subject was placed under arrest and transported to Brookline Police Station.
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