Yesterday afternoon we had two reported indecent exposure cases. These cases happened in the area of 12 Greenough Street at approximately 4:20-4:30PM. In both cases the victims were minors. Victims described the subject as a male, in his twenties. One victim described him as possibly Hispanic. The subject had dark, curly hair, described as medium length. The subject has a scruffy beard, described as “day old” growth. The male subject was wearing a red or orange, long-sleeved shirt. The subject had no pants or shoes as he stepped from the car in one case. In the other case he was seen sitting in the car. In both cases he did not say anything to the victims. The vehicle has been described as a sliver or white four door sedan. This is under investigation and anyone who may have seen anything is asked to call the police at 617-730-2222.
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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com
Thursday, September 29, 2016
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On September 28, an officer was dispatched to Clearwater Rd. for a report of a past larceny. The victims stated that items had gone missing from their home the morning before The matter is under investigation.
In the afternoon of September 28, officers responded to a store on Harvard St. for a report of a shoplifter who had just left. A witness stated that they had seen a woman pick up multiple items, place them in her bag, and leave the store without paying. Officers located a woman matching the description of the suspect and found that she had the stolen items on her with no receipt. The woman was placed under arrest for shoplifting.
While on patrol, an officer ran a random query of a vehicle driving on Harvard St. and found that the license plates were assigned to a different car. The car pulled into a loading zone on Babcock St. and parked. The officer initiated contact with the two women who had been in the car and found that the passenger was fidgety and irritated and supplied an incorrect name to the officer. After getting the correct identification of the woman, the officer found that she had 9 active arrest warrants. The woman was placed under arrest and a citation was issued to the vehicle owner for Attached Plates, being Uninsured, and being Unregistered.
While patrolling on Commonwealth Ave. an officer conducted a random query of a vehicle and found that the registered owner had a suspended license. The officer conducted a traffic stop and confirmed that the driver was the owner of the car. The driver was placed under arrest.
In the evening of September 28, an officer was dispatched to White Pl. for a report of larceny. The victim stated that her bike had gone missing from where it was left unsecured by the front steps of her residence on September 22. The matter is under investigation.
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Wednesday, September 28, 2016
On September 27, a woman came into the police station to report a larceny. The woman stated that she had locked her bike to a pole on Cypress St. that afternoon while inside a local business. The woman said that when she came back outside approximately an hour later her bike was gone. The matter is under investigation.
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Tuesday, September 27, 2016
11:07am: While on patrol an officer was dispatched to Pearl St. for a report of a stolen motor vehicle. On scene, the victim reported parking his car in the back of his residence at approximately 2:00pm on September 25th. The next morning, the victim discovered his vehicle missing. The officer contacted the property management company to confirm the victim’s vehicle was not towed.
6:43pm: While on patrol, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Juniper St. for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. On scene, the victim reported her vehicle must of have broken into sometime between September 25th at 2:30pm and September 26th 6:00am. The victim went to her car and noticed the interior lights were on and the driver side door was not completely closed. The victim reported missing a small amount of loose change in her center console.
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Monday, September 26, 2016
9/22/2016 through 9/25/2016
9/22/2016 through 9/25/2016
On September 22, an officer observed a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign at Freeman Street and Babcock Street. The officer conducted a traffic stop and found that the driver was operating with a suspended license. The driver was placed under arrest.
An officer was dispatched to a location on Harvard St. for a report of larceny. The victim stated that sometime between mid-August and September 22, multiple laptops had been taken from the building. The matter is under investigation.
On September 23, an officer was dispatched to a business on Boylston St. for a report of larceny. An employee stated that money had been stolen from her pocketbook sometime the day before. The matter is under investigation.
In the evening of September 23, an officer was dispatched to Boylston St. for a report of Breaking and Entering of a Motor Vehicle. The victim stated that between 11pm on September 22 and 6am on September 23, two of his vehicles were broken into and items were taken from inside.
On September 24, officers were dispatched to Kilsyth Rd. for a report of past malicious damages to a motor vehicle. The victims stated that they had parked their vehicles the morning of September 23 and the next morning found damage to the hood, driver’s side mirror, and driver’s door of the vehicles. Earlier that morning officers received a call of people damaging cars in that area. Officers located two men who fit the description. One man fled on foot and the other, after being questioned, was placed under arrest.
A woman came into the police department to report a larceny. The woman stated that she had come home to her apartment on Park St. and found that the door was unlocked and several items were missing. The matter is under investigation.
Package Theft Advisory
Over the weekend there were multiple reports of packages being stolen from residences in Brookline. Locations of thefts included Park Street, St. Paul Street, and Euston Street. Residents are advised to lock foyer/lobby doors when possible, have packages that are being delivered require a signature, and/or have packages sent to another location if worried about theft.
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