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, November 13, 2015

11/11/2015-11/12/2015

On November 11th officers were conducting traffic enforcement in the area of Harvard Street and Longwood Avenue when they observed a vehicle traveling by them. Officers did a random query of the vehicle which revealed that the owner of the vehicle had a warrant out for their arrest. Officers pulled over the vehicle and after they determined the driver was the registered owner, arrested the driver without incident.

On November 11th officers were dispatched to Beacon Street for a Larceny report from a building. Victim reported noticing items missing from her purse after entering the building. This matter is still under investigation.

On November 11th officers responded to a report of a larceny from a motor vehicle on Saint Paul Street. Victim reported returning to his vehicle to find all four tires missing and his vehicle on milk crates. This matter is still under investigation.

On November 11th officers were conducting traffic enforcement in the area of Beacon and Washington Street when officers observed a vehicle make an illegal right turn.  Officers pulled the vehicle over and after running the driver’s information through dispatch it was confirmed that the driver had a suspended license. Officers arrested the driver without incident.

On November 11th officers were dispatched to Thornton Road for a past burglary report. Victim reported going out in the middle of the night and returning home to find items missing from his apartment. This matter is still under investigation.

On November 12th officers observed a vehicle traveling out Washington Street. Officers conducted a random query of the vehicle and it was revealed to have an invalid inspection sticker on the vehicle. Officers pulled the vehicle over and officers were able to determine the driver had a suspended license. Officers arrested the driver without incident.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

11/08/2015-11/10/2015

Overnight from November 8 into the 9th there were three motor vehicles broken into in South Brookline, two on Beverly Road one on Walcott Road. Residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and to not leave any valuables in plain sight.

On November 9th officers responded to Saint Paul Street for a report of a larceny of a bicycle. The victim reported locking the bike overnight to a street sign and returning to it the next day to find it missing. This matter is still under investigation.

On November 9th officers responded to a report of a Breaking and Entering of a motor vehicle on Wolcott Road. Victim reported that her vehicle was unlocked overnight and someone came rummaged through her vehicle. The victim’s vehicle was parked in a driveway and noticed it missing the next morning. Victim was able to give a description of the items stolen. This matter is still under investigation.

On November 9th a resident of Beverly road came to file a report at the station for a Breaking and Entering of a motor vehicle. The victim reported leaving her car unlocked and upon returning from the gym she noticed her car had been rummaged through, this matter is still under investigation.

On November 9th a resident of Codman Road reported a breaking and entering of a building. Victim reported her family went on vacation and came back to find things missing.
 
On November 9th a resident of Brook Street reported their baby stroller was removed from their front porch sometime since the 7th.

On November 10th officers were conducting traffic enforcement in the intersection of Boylston and Hammond Street. Officers observed a vehicle make an illegal U-Turn, and pulled over the vehicle. Officers were able to determine that the driver had a suspended license with no criminal history. Officers issued a citation for the illegal U-Turn and the officers issued the driver a summons to court.

Monday, November 9, 2015

11/6/2015-11/8/2015

On November 6th, an officer stopped at a red light on St. Mary’s observed a subject operating a scooter who was not wearing a helmet. The officer activated his overhead emergency blue lights and initiated a traffic stop.  The officer advised the officer as to the reason for the stop and asked for the operator’s license and registration.  A check of the subject’s information revealed his license was suspended and was placed under arrest without incident.

On November 7th, an officer was dispatched to a business on Commonwealth for a past report of a larceny.  On scene, the victim reported missing his wallet from his locker and noticed several charges were made to his debit card. This matter is still under investigation.

On November 7th, an officer traveling on Harvard St observed a bicyclist without a headlight traveling outside of the bicycle lane and failed to stop for a red traffic light at Harvard St and Washington St.  Officer activated his overhead emergency blue lights and safely initiated a traffic stop. Officer asked if the subject had identification and the individual produced a Massachusetts Identification card.  As the officer began interviewing the subject, he observed the individual had difficulty answering questions and was constantly looking around not being able to concentrate. The officer checked the serial number on the bike and requested for Brookline Dispatch to run a check of the bicycle, which revealed the bicycle was reported stolen. Subject was placed under arrest and transported to the Brookline Police Department.

On November 8th, an officer assigned to the front desk of the Brookline Police Station was approached by a Brookline resident who wanted to report an unarmed robbery.  The victim reported on 11/5/2015 at approximately 1930 hours, while waiting for a bus on of Brookline Ave, her green tote style bag was taken from her.  Victims reported being approached by a black male, in his mid to late twenties approach her, and grabbed the bag and ran down Brookline Ave. This matter is still under investigation.  

11/4/2015-11/5/2015

On November 4th a victim came to a police station to report a larceny of a purse. The victim reported moving into Brookline on Beacon Street a couple days ago. She discovered her purse was missing shortly after completing the move in. This matter is still under investigation.

On November 4th officers were dispatched to Lawton Street for a report of malicious damage to a vehicle.  Upon questioning the suspects the officers determined they were being suspicious and ran their information to see if they had any prior offenses. The officers searched the suspect’s vehicle and discovered drugs and opened containers of alcohol. The suspects were arrested without incident.

On November 4th officers were dispatched to Commonwealth Avenue for a report of a larceny of a building. Victim reported securing his personal bag in a locker with a lock. When the victim returned he noticed someone had broken into the locker and took some of his personal items. This matter is still under investigation.


On November 5th officers were dispatched to Harvard Street for a report of a larceny from a building. Victim reported monitoring a customer at a store acting suspiciously. After witnessing the customer shoplift the victim called the police. This matter is still under investigation.