6:50pm: While on patrol, an officer was dispatched to Gerry Rd. for a report of larceny. The victim’s reported she and her son had left a saxophone unintended in an office on Independence Drive, on Friday, 11/4/2016. When they arrived to retrieve the saxophone, they discovered the saxophone missing.
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Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
8:18am: While on patrol, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Gardner Rd. for a report of stolen tires from a motor vehicle. The victim reported parking the vehicle in her assigned parking space on 11/3/2016. On her arrival back to vehicle on 11/7/2016, she discovered the tires missing from her vehicle. The victim was advised to contact her insurance company.
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Monday, November 7, 2016
On November 2, an officer was dispatched to Marion St. for a report of larceny. The victim stated that she had been expecting a package that was reported as delivered to the foyer of her building yet she never received it. The matter is under investigation.
In the evening of November 2, an officer ran a random query of a vehicle traveling on Babcock St. and found that the status of the vehicle was revoked and the registered owner’s license was suspended. The officer initiated a traffic stop, confirmed the identity of the driver, and placed him under arrest.
On November 3, an officer observed a vehicle driving on St. Paul St. with no front plate or inspection sticker. The officer conducted a traffic stop and the driver was placed under arrest for operating with a revoked license, operating an uninspected motor vehicle, and failure to display a front license plate.
While assigned to Coolidge Corner, an officer observed a vehicle rear end another car. While speaking to the driver of the vehicle who had hid the other car, it was found that the driver’s license had been revoked. The driver was placed under arrest.
In the evening of November 3, Brookline Dispatch gave out a call of man with a gun at a business on Beacon Street. An employee stated that the man had written on a card that he wanted her to empty the register drawer and that he had a gun. The woman was able to give a description of the suspect and told them that the man had fled towards Brookline Village. While searching for the suspect, officers located a man fitting the description inside of a building on Washington Street. The officers placed the suspect under arrest for Armed Robbery by means of a Firearm and Breaking and Entering.
On November4, an officer was dispatched to Freeman St. for a report of larceny. The victim stated that a package had been stolen from the unsecured front foyer of her building. The matter is under investigation.
A man came into the police station to report a past larceny. The victim stated that multiple items had been taken from his work on Newton Street. The incident is being investigated.
On November 5, an officer was dispatched to a business on Commonwealth Ave. for a report of a shoplifting. An employee stated that he had observed a male enter the store and exhibit suspicious behavior. After the unidentified man left, the employee reviewed security footage and found that the man had taken items from the store without paying. The matter is under investigation.
On November 6, an officer was dispatched to a business on Commonwealth Ave. for a shoplifting report. The store manager reported that the he had witnessed a man place several items into a backpack at which point he contacted the police. While waiting for the police to arrive, the manager confronted the man who discarded the backpack and left the store. The matter is under investigation.
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