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Monday, June 27, 2016

6/23/2016 to 6/26/2016

5:21pm: A local business on Harvard Street reported a theft from their store. A pair of shoes was taken the previous weekend.

2:21pm: A package theft was reported on Marshall St. The sender stated that the package was delivered, but the victim was unable to locate it.

5:31pm: Officers assisted Brookline Fire Department and Fallon Ambulance at a fire on Freeman Street. The fire was located in a basement level trash chute. No foul play is suspected.

7:11pm: Officers responded to a past burglary call on Cameron Street. The victims stated that they found their front door unlocked and both a laptop and camera missing. There were no signs of forced entry. The crime occurred between 0730 and 1745hrs.

11:39pm: A broken window was reported on Beacon Street. Officers responded and found a broken window in the front of the building.  They determined that no entry was made and that it was malicious damage.

8:46am: A man was arrested for driving while not duly licensed. An officer had pulled the vehicle over on Newton Street for a traffic violation and discovered the driver had no valid license.

12:14pm: A caller reported that a pair of shoes was taken from in front of her residence on New Terrace Road. One was located in a nearby parking lot, but the other was not found.

4:53pm: A resident walked into the station to report a theft from their store on Boylston Street. The reporting party stated that a rug was stolen from the business at some point between Thursday evening and Saturday morning.

6:58pm: A man was reported swinging nun chucks at bushes in front of an address on Beacon Street. When officers arrived they learned that the man had gone into the building. The caller stated that the man had threatened and assaulted him over a debt and was under the influence of alcohol. During the response, he also threatened officers. He was arrested and charged with two counts of A&B and two counts of Threats to Commit a Crime.

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