On November 13th, an officer was dispatched to residents on Coolidge Street for a report of a residential Breaking & Entering. On scene, the reporting person reported hearing thing being moved in the apartment building at approximately 0200hrs. The next morning the reporting person noticed the storage closet door located in the vestibule was open ajar and the contents were in disarray. No items were reported missing at this time.
On November 13th, an officer while patrolling on Washington Square area observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and failed to stop at a marked stop sign. The officer activated his emergency blue lights an initiated a traffic stop. The operator was advised as to the reason for the stop and was asked to produce a license and registration. A check of the driver’s information revealed his right to operate a motor vehicle had been revoked. Subject was placed under arrest and transported to the Brookline Police station.
On November 13th, an officer was dispatched to a local business on Boylston Street for a past report of a larceny. On scene, the victim reported missing a sweater which was placed in her locker. Victim looked around the locker room and business, but the search proved fruitless.
On November 13th, an officer was dispatched to residences on Garrison Rd. for a report of a stolen motor vehicle. On scene, the victim reported parking his vehicle on the street outside of his house on 11/9/2015 at approximately 1700 hours. When he attempted to use his vehicle he noticed it missing and checked the rear parking lot and the surrounding streets, but was unsuccessful in locating the motor vehicle.
On November 14th, an officer was dispatched to Highland Rd. for a past report of a breaking and entering and larceny. On scene, the reporting person stated checking on her neighbor’s apartment periodically while they are away on vacation. At approximately 1100hrs she entered her neighbor’s apartment and noticed it was in disarray. She observed the living room, bedroom and office were ransacked even though both the front and rear door were locked. Officers observed an unlocked rear window might have been the point of entry. Residents were called and notified of the situation. This matter is still under investigation.
On November 15th, an officer was dispatched to Summit Ave. for a reported of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. On scene, the victim reported witnessing a subject with a flashlight looking into his vehicle. The victim stated reported nothing missing; however there was a black backpack, black glove and flashlight left on the driver’s seat that did not belong to the victim. These items were taken for evidence. This matter is still under investigation.