Note to Readers:

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

Monday, December 11, 2017

12/8/2017 through 12/10/2017

On 12-7-2017 a citizen arrived at the Brookline Police Station to report malicious damage to his vehicle. The victim reports parking  his vehicle on Harvard Ave, and when he returned to his vehicle he observed what appeared to be a milkshake spilled all over the hood of his vehicle. The victim does not have any problems with anyone in the neighborhood. 

On 12/08/2017, Officers responded to a motor vehicle crash at Boylston Street and Dunster Road. The driver reports he was traveling west on Boylston Street when he swerved and lost control of his vehicle crashing into the fence on the property of the Longwood Cricket Club. No injuries reported and the driver was cited for Marked Lane Violation.

On Friday, 12/08/17, a citizen entered the Brookline Police Station to report that a package delivered to him by Fed-Ex had been stolen from the foyer of his building located on Beacon Street. He was notified by Fed-Ex that the package had been delivered and when he went to the foyer of his building to retrieve it, the package was no longer there. He stated that there are no security cameras in the foyer. A report has been filed.

On Friday, 12/08/17, a citizen entered the Brookline Police Station to report a package theft from the lobby of her building located on Sewall Ave. No security cameras available. A report has been filed.

On 12-08-2017 Officers responded to Boylston St at Warren St for a 3 car motor vehicle crash with no reported injuries. All 3 drivers denied having injuries and declined medical attention. 1 vehicle was towed from the scene.

On 12/8/17 Officers responded to a business on Beacon St. for a shoplifting in progress.  Brookline Police Dispatch informed officers that employees were following the alleged shoplifter on Harvard St. (northbound) on foot when the subject took a right onto Green St.  The subject was described as a male, thin build, wearing a black hat, black leather jacket, jeans and carrying a brown Trader Joes shopping bag.  While responding to Green St., Brookline Control informed officers that the unknown male party was on Green St. After an investigation it was learned that the subject had stolen 2 bottles of wine. The subject will be summoned into Brookline District Court for Shoplifting MGL Ch. 266/30A - first offense.  A Criminal Complaint application was filed.

On December 8th, 2017, Officers responded to an address on Washington St for a report of a package theft. The victim reports returning home to find their package had been opened and gone through. The contents of the package had been removed. A report was filed.

On 12-08-2017, Officers responded to an address on Winthrop Rd. for a past residential breaking and entering. It appeared that the bedrooms were the targets. A report was filed and a follow-up will be conducted by Brookline detectives.

On 12-08-2017 Officers responded to an address on Winthrop Rd. for a past breaking and entering. It is believed that the suspect removed the air conditioner from a rear window, which is located near the rear porch as a means to gain entry. The bedroom and closet were the targets of the suspect. Detectives arrived on scene to process for finger prints.

On 12/8/2017 Officers responded to the area of 1600 Beacon Street for a report of a traffic crash.  The driver reported when she attempted to brake for a pedestrian crossing the street, her vehicle was rear-ended. One party complained of neck pain but declined an ambulance. One operator was issued a Mass. Uniform Citation for Following Too Closely (TBL Art.7 sec.4)

On 12/09/17 Officers responded to an address on Beacon St. for a report of a missing person.  The missing person is described as a female, 72 y.o.a, 5'07", 130 lb., slender build, brownish grey hair, brown hair.  Unknown clothing description.   
A report has been filed.

On Saturday December 9, 2017 Officers were dispatched to Winchester St for a traffic crash with a vehicle into a pole. The road conditions on this date were snow and ice. No injuries reported and 1 vehicle was towed.

On 12/9/2017 Officers responded to the intersection of Sumner Rd. and Clark for a two car accident with airbag deployment and unknown injuries. Upon arrival all parties were out of their respective cars and only one person was claiming injury. One operator stated he was traveling straight ahead when he realized too late that the vehicle in front of him was stopped and turning left. As he hit his brakes he skidded on the snow into the right side of the vehicle and then into a tree on the right side of the road. There was heavy damage to the front end of the vehicle. One vehicle was towed from the scene.

On 12/9/2017 Officers responded to Davis Ave. on reports that a town tree branch had fallen onto a car. Upon arrival with the 551 Sgt. O' Neill, we observed a large tree branch on top of a vehicle making a large dent into the top of the vehicle and breaking the front windshield.  An extending branch off of the larger one had broken the rear windshield of the vehicle in front of it as well.  . Photos were taken and the branch was removed by Brookline Forestry, and both vehicles were towed.

On 12-9-2017, a citizen came to the Brookline Police Station to report a package theft. The victim reports the package was taken from his business on Davis Ave. A report was filed.

Officers responded to a residence on St. Paul St. for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated that packages had been delivered but where gone when she went to retrieve them. A report was filed.



Thursday, December 7, 2017

12-07-2017

On 12-07-2017 , while  conducting traffic enforcement at the intersection of High St. and Boylston St. Officers were approached by a citizen to report suspicious activity. The citizen reported  that a man exited a  car carrying a large black hand gun in his hand and was  walking towards on Webster Street.  A description was provided and Officers were able to locate the subject in question. After speaking with the subject it was determine that there was no weapon in his possession and he was sent on his way.


On 12-6-17 Offices responded  to a business  on Beacon St. on reports of a shoplifting.  The subject was still in the store when Officers arrived. After an investigation the subject was advised that he will be summonsed into Brookline District Court for: Shoplifting  266:30A.

On 12-6-2017 Officers responded to an address on Browne St for a fraud report. The victim reports receiving alerts on her phone about Amazon purchases. Upon learning this she immediately cancelled her credit card. A report has been filed.


On 12/06/2017 Officers responded to Washington/Boylston Street for a traffic crash. No injuries were reported and no vehicle were towed.  

On December 6, 2017 Officers responded to an address on High St for a reported package theft.
The victim reports ordering a 55 inch Samsung 4K television online. And that the delivery notice says it was delivered to the lobby of his building.  Officers will look into surveillance footage to see if the can figure out who took the TV.



Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Impatient Thieves Arrested for Stealing Package from Delivery Van

On December 6, at approximately 9:50am an officer observed two male subjects in the area of Fairbanks Rd. and Washington St. The officer observed the men walking up and down Washington St. and conversing. The officer briefly lost sight of the men and continued down Washington St. where she noticed a white, unmarked van. The van was pulled over and the driver appeared to be making a delivery across the street. At this time the officer observed the subjects, Suspect 1 standing by the open front passenger door of the van, and Suspect 2 standing a few feet to the rear of the van. Suspect 1 was then observed closing the van door and walking towards Brookline Village with a brown box that he did not previously have. The officer stopped the men for a field interview at which point Suspect 1 no longer had the box. More officers arrived on scene and a brown box was located at the base of a tree nearby. Both men denied having anything to do with the van or package. The delivery van driver was able to confirm that the package found on the ground was one that he had yet to deliver. Both men were placed under arrest for Breaking & Entering of a Motor Vehicle and Larceny of Property Under $250.

12/4/2017 through 12/5/2017

12/4/2017

On December 4, a man came into the Police lobby to report a past assault & battery. The victim stated that while working on 12/2 at a residence on Allandale Rd. a coworker came towards him with a weed whacker. The victim stated that the weed whacker was running and his coworker thrust it towards his face striking him once before the victim knocked it away. The victim reported that the suspect then swung the weed whacker around and hit the victim on the other side of his face with the engine. At this time, a third party stepped in to subdue the suspect. Witnesses confirmed the victim’s story and the suspect was placed under arrest for Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon.

An officer responded to Beacon St. for a report of a bicycle theft. The reporting party stated that she was sitting in a vehicle on Beacon St. when she observed two males pacing back and forth on the sidewalk near two bikes locked to a pole. The woman stated the males then pulled a pair of bolt cutters from a backpack and cut the locks on both bikes. The reporting party exited her car and yelled at the suspects who then fled down Beacon St. and took a right onto Charles St.  The incident is under investigation.

Officers responded to Elm St. for a report of a breaking & entering and larceny from a building. The victim stated that he had left home at approximately 7:30am that morning and when he returned at 5:30pm the apartment was in disarray and several items were missing. Officers believe entry was made via the rear stairwell and rear door. The incident is under investigation.

An officer responded for a bicycle theft which had occurred on Sewall Ave. The victim stated that she had locked her bike to a meter and that it was stolen between 2pm and 9:30pm. Both the bike and lock were gone.

12/5/2017

An officer was dispatched to Harvard St. for a larceny report. The victim stated that a package which was meant to be delivered to her the day before was stolen.

On December 5 a man came into the Police Department to report malicious damage to his motor vehicle. The victim stated that his car had been parked on Beacon St. from 12:30-12:45pm and when he came back his car had been keyed.

An officer was dispatched to Boylston St. for a larceny report. The victim stated that her phone had been stolen from the locked break room at her work the day before. She stated that it went missing between 12:30pm and 2:45pm.

Officers responded to Hammond St. and Laurel Rd. for a report of an Assault & Battery. The victim stated that she does transports for a company that supports individuals with with substance abuse problems. She reported that she had picked up a male subject on Hyde Park Av.  in Roslindale who appeared under the influence of alcohol. The victim stated that when they reached the Horace James Circle, the suspect became enraged and grabbed the victim’s hair, yanking her head back and striking her face. Officers located the suspect and he was placed under arrest for A & B on an Elderly Person and for an active arrest warrant.

An officer was dispatched to Kent St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that she never received a package which was confirmed as delivered.

An officer responded to Vernon St. for a stolen package report. The victim stated that a package was confirmed as delivered on November 30, but he never received it.

An officer took a report of a past breaking and entering and larceny from a motor vehicle. The victim stated that he had parked his vehicle on Walnut St. on December 4, and sometime between 9:30-11:00am someone broke in and stole his wallet.

An officer responded to a residence on Beacon St. for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated that her package had been confirmed as delivered on December 1 yet she never received it.

The Grinch Who Almost Stole Christmas

On Tuesday 12/5 Officers responded to the area of Pleasant St. and Parkman St. for a report of suspicious activity, a male throwing an empty package box over a fence. A witness flagged down an officer and pointed out the vehicle of the suspect, parked on Parkman St. The witness stated that he had seen a Hispanic male wearing a black jacket and orange hat walk up to the courtyard of one of the buildings.  Officers located the suspect who stated that he was in the area looking to pick up free items left out for trash. The suspect told officers that they could look inside his car. Officers retrieved the empty package boxes in order to determine if the suspect was in possession of any of the contents. Inside the driver’s side door was a receipt and the matching clothing was located in the suspect’s trunk. These items were later linked to one of the open packages. Also located in the trunk were 4 drapes, 4 bottles of shampoo & conditioner, and 4 Disney watches. All of these items were matched to stolen packages in the area. The suspect was arrested for Larceny over $250, Larceny under $250, Receiving Stolen Property over $250 and Receiving Stolen Property under $250. After his arrest the suspect admitted to taking the items from the packages. He also stated that he has come to Brookline in the past to find valuables that have been left out as trash. The suspect claimed to have Facebook and Craigslist accounts where he sells the items he finds.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Arrest Made In Home Break In

Arrest made in a home break in yesterday.
Yesterday the department received a call from a Chestnut Place resident. The resident claimed a subject had just broken into their home. The resident sated they heard noises coming from inside the home. They stepped into their hall way and encountered a male subject. The subject fled, taking a laptop. A description was given out and the subject was stopped on Chestnut Street still carrying the laptop he had stolen from the house.  As the investigation progressed it was found the subject had tried to break into another home on Chestnut Place. The subject was arrested and charged with one count of Breaking and Entering and one count of Attempted Breaking and Entering.

Yesterday another break in was reported on Elm Street. The residents reported they returned home at 5:30PM they found their home broken into and two laptops had been taken.

Last week on November 27, we had a reported attempted break in on Roberts Street. It appears the residents were home at that time. No entry was gained but an obvious attempt at the door lock.

Last week on November 27 we had a reported break in on St. Paul Street. The resident came home to find their residence had been broken into and a laptop had been taken.


At this time we cannot clear all these prior cases with the arrest of yesterday’s subject. These cases are still under investigation. We ask people be observant of anything suspicious and call us. Try to keep laptops and other valuables out of sight from public view.

Monday, December 4, 2017

11/30/2017 through 12/3/2017

11/30/2017

On November 30, 2017, Officers responded to an address on University Road for a report of fraud by credit card. The victim reports finding an unauthorized transaction in his Western Union account in the amount of 1,052.99 USD. He also found another unauthorized transaction in a different account that he holds. He was advised to close his accounts and to follow up with his bank’s Fraud department.

On November 30, 2017 Officers responded to an address on Babcock Street for a report of a dog bite. The victim sustained a bite to her Achilles, breaking the skin. Animal Control was notified and conducted an investigation resulting in a citation being issued to the owner of the dog who committed the biting.

On 11/29/2017, Officers were dispatched to 880 Commonwealth Ave for possible fraud at the ATM. The reporting party stated that two males that are believed to be involved in using counterfeit ATM cards at numerous Banks in the Boston area had left that location between 1730 hrs and 1735 hrs. Detectives are following up on this case.

12/1/2017

On Friday 12/1/2017 Officers responded to the area of Commonwealth Ave and Essex St for a report of an Uber driver who had just been assaulted by a passenger. Officers were unable to locate the assailant. The Uber driver received a minor scratch to his wrist.  A report was filed and will be followed up by the Detectives.

On December 1, Officers responded to an address on Boylston Street to investigate a possible indecent exposure.  Officers arrived and located a subject who was not wearing a shirt but did have pants on. Officers were unable to determine if there was in fact an indecent exposure as they were having trouble contacting the reporting party. The subject did have outstanding warrants and was subsequently arrested.

On 12/1/17 Officers responded to an address on Kent St for a fraud report. The victim reports noticing she had money missing from her bank account, and upon noticing this she immediately contacted her bank. The Bank realized that a fraudulent check had been cashed and they were in the process of returning her money. A report was filed.

On Friday, 12/01/17, a citizen entered the Brookline Police lobby to report that packages had been stolen from her building’s vestibule on Babcock St. She reports that her roommate’s packages were missing as well. A report was filed.

12/2/2017

On Saturday December 2nd, 2017 Officers responded to an address on Beacon Street for a report of a loud party coming from the first floor of the building. The caller wished to stay anonymous but resided in one of the adjoining buildings. The responding Officer could hear electronic dance music with heavy bass coming from the first floor apartment. The resident informed the officer that he had received a warning in the past due to a noise complaint. The resident was issued a citation Article 8.29.4 - Noise Nuisance/Loud Party $100.00 first offense.

On Saturday, 12/02/17, a resident came into the Brookline Police Station to report the theft of her bicycle. She stated that her bike, a white SPECIALIZED brand hybrid with aftermarket accessories including lights, helmet, and travel rack, was stolen from a bike rack on Beacon St. There are security cameras located in that area and she has requested the footage from the property manager.

On Saturday 12-02-2017, Officers conducted a traffic stop on Commonwealth Av. just east of Carlton St.  for a red light violation. During the stop it was discovered that the driver had a suspended license. Further investigation revealed the driver had a warrant for her arrest, and was in possession of drugs.  The driver was charged with the following:   (94C/34) Possession of a Class B Drug (2 counts) for possessing two types of ADHD medication classified as amphetamines; (94C/34)  Possession of a Class E Drug (2 counts) for possessing loose nalaxone tablets without a valid prescription, as well as  possessing Celexa prescribed to another
(90/23); Operating After Suspension (89/9); Red Light Violation   (89/4A); Marked Lane Violation; and (90/13B) Improper Cell Phone Use.

On December 2, an officer responded to Cameron St. for a report of malicious damage to a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that he had left his car in the parking lot overnight and when he returned the windshield had been damaged. The incident is being investigated.

About 3:51 PM, on Saturday, December 2, 2017, Officers responded to an address on Cameron St. on reports of malicious damage. The victim showed the Officer damage to his vehicles windshield. He was unaware who or what may have caused the damage. He was advised to file a report with his insurance company. 

12/3/2017

On Sunday December 3, an officer was dispatched to Beacon St. for a report of a stolen package. The reporting party stated that he received confirmation that his package was delivered on 11/27 but when he went to retrieve it the evening of 11/28, it was gone.


Friday, December 1, 2017

On 11/29/2017 Officers responded to a metered spot on Harvard St. for a traffic crash.   . Both parties were advised to contact their insurance company.  One motor vehicle was privately towed.

On 11/29/2017 Officers responded to Dummer St. for a town tree damaged by a delivery truck. Photographs were taken of the tree and the damage to the truck. Report filled.

On 11/29/2017 Officers responded to an address on Boylston St. for larceny report. The victim reports having her wallet stolen. Officers obtained still photos of the location of where the wallet was stolen. A report was filled.

On 11/29/2017 Officers conducted a traffic stop on Clinton Rd.  Further investigation revealed that the vehicle had no insurance or registration.  The Operator was issued a citation and the vehicle was towed.

On 11/29/2017 Officers responded to an address on Parkway Rd. for a larceny report.  The victim states that they returned home to find two ripped open packages, the contents were taken.  A report was filled.

On 11/29/2017 Officers responded to an address on Harvard Ave of two males attempting to steal packages.  It was reported to Officers that a resident observed unknown males taking packages from her front porch.  A description was given to the responding officers and given to surrounding units. A report was filled.

On 11/29/2017 Officers responded to an address on University Rd. for a fraud report.  The victim stated that they had two fraudulent charges on two separate credit cards.  A report was filled.

On 11/29/2017 and 11/30/2017 Officers responded to an address on Commonwealth Ave. for a fraud report.  It was told to officers that two suspects were using counterfeit ATM cards at different banks. Descriptions of the suspects were given to Officers. A report was filled.

On 11/30/2017 Officers responded to an address on Babcock St. for a reported dog bite. The caller report being bitten by a dog.  Information was exchanged. A report was filled and an email was sent to the Animal Control Officer.

On 11/30/2017 Officers responded to an address on Essex St. for a report of a past Assault.  The victim an Uber driver reported a passenger assaulted him because of the route he was taking.  The suspect was not on scene upon police arrival.  A report was filed.


On 11/30/2017 Officers responded to an address on Boylston St. for suspicious activity.  Upon arrival they encountered a shirtless male working out.  When the male was identified it was revealed that there was a warrant for his arrest. The man was arrested and a report was filled. 

Thursday, November 30, 2017

11/29/2017

On November 29, while on Patrol an officer observed a vehicle travelling on Harvard St. without an inspection sticker. The officer queried the vehicle and found that the car’s registration and the registered owner’s license were expired. The officer conducted a traffic stop, confirmed the identity of the driver and placed her under arrest for operating without a license. During the interaction, the officer observed the vehicle’s passenger avoid eye contact and reach his hands in his pockets several times. The officer queried the passenger and found that he had two active arrest warrants. The passenger was also placed under arrest.

An officer responded to Parkway Rd. for a larceny report. The victim stated that on November 28 at approximately 1645hrs, her neighbor arrived home and found two packages, one addressed to the victim and the other for another building resident, that had been ripped open and the contents removed. The building vestibule where the packages were found was unlocked.


Officers were dispatched to Harvard Ave. for a report of two males attempting to steal packages. The reporting party stated that she had looked out her window and observed an unknown male party exiting her building with packages in his hand. The woman stated that she then ran onto her porch and yelled out to the suspect causing him to drop the packages in the courtyard. The reporting party stated that she had seen a second male party enter a building a few doors down as well and she took a photo of this male. The incident is being investigated.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

11/24/2017-11/28/2017

On Saturday 11-25-2017a resident on Columbia St reported a bat was in her house. No contact was made with the bat and the resident was advised.

On 11-26-2017 a resident on Sewall Ave reported a larceny of a parcel from the front vestibule of their building.

On 11-27-2017 Officers responded to the front desk on reports of a missing person. The information has been entered into the Criminal Justice Information System. The missing party is described as white female, 5'5", 110 lbs. hazel eyes, brown shoulder length hair.  The missing party was last seen wearing a pink sweatshirt, black shorts and carrying a dark blue backpack.

On 11-27-2017 Officers responded to Carlton and Montfort St for reports of a traffic crash. No injuries were reported by either party, and 1 vehicle had to be towed from the scene.

On 11-27-2017 Officers responded to an address on Roberts St. for a report of attempted break and enter.  The resident came home and found that their Apt. door was difficult to open and the lock had been broken. Officers searched the apartment and nothing seemed out of place. Detectives arrived on scene and it was determined that access was not gained into the apartment.

On 11-27-2017 Officers responded to an address on St. Paul St. on reports of a Break and Enter.  Officers observed fresh pry marks on the front door to the condo. After looking through the apartment it was realized multiple items had been stolen and property gone through. Brookline Detectives will follow up with video surveillance from the area.

On 11-27-2017 Officers responded to an address on Harris on reports of Larceny from a Building. The resident reports leaving his computer bag in the vestibule for approximately 30 minutes and when he returned it was gone. Officers searched the area but had no luck finding the bag. A report was filed.

On 11-27-2017 Officers responded to the Center Street Lot on reports of an MV accident involving a Bicycle. After an investigation the driver of the MV was cited for Failure to Use Care Entering a Roadway. The cyclist was not injured but his bike was.

On 11-28-2017 Officers responded to an address on Beacon St on reports of vandalism. The reporting party states that damage was done to a fire Pump Room door, and that the damage is new. A request was made for video surveillance footage. Photos of the damage have been taken.

On 11-28-2017 Officers responded to the front desk to take a report for a larceny. The victim reports that their iPhone had been stolen while she was in a meeting at the High School. The phone had ben stolen earlier in the month and the victim is working with her phone provider to assist in shutting the phone down.

On 11-28-2017 Officers responded to an address on Parkway Rd on a package theft report.  The victim reports that she was notified that the package had been delivered earlier in the day, and when she returned home she found an empty box that had been torn open and its contents removed. Officers will request the video surveillance of the area where the box had been delivered. A follow-up with the detectives will be conducted.

On 11-28-2017 a missing person’s report was filed on a resident that lives on Westbourne Terrace. Local police departments and hospitals were notified of the missing person. The missing person is described as a Chinese National, who only speaks Mandarin and was last seen wearing a Green Plaid long sleeve shirt with a Black jacket. He was wearing Black pants with Black Shoes.

On 11-28-2017 Officers responded to an address on Brook Street on reports of a past larceny. The victim reports ordering an item from Amazon which had been delivered to her front porch. When she returned home the package was missing, but in a trash barrel close by was an empty Amazon   box. The box was placed into evidence.


Friday, November 24, 2017

November 20- 23, Lock your cars, hide valuables. Check credit card statements. Be suspicious of free stuff.


November 20, at 12:10PM A Green Street resident called to report their car had been broken into overnight. The resident reported they had parked in their lot the night before around 5:30 PM. Today they went out at 8:30AM to find items had been taken from the car. No visible damage to the car, no leads at this time.

November 20 at 6:10 PM an officer on Babcock Street, saw a vehicle drive past him heading towards Commonwealth AV. The officer ran the license plate. The inquiry indicated the cars registration was Revoked/ Insurance. The vehicle was pulled over in the area of 227 Babcock Street. The driver was given a citation for driving an unregistered car and another for the car being uninsured. The license plates were removed by Police and seized and the car was towed. 

November 20, File under the heading Strange Cases, Officers took two reports from residents claiming they are getting free stuff from Amazon. Both the residents say over the prior weeks they have been getting items delivered from Amazon to their residences. Items received included (2) make up brush cleaners, phone cables and cases, mostly small items. Checking with Amazon they found in one case an account with the residents name and address had been created. The items had been purchased with an amazon gift card and an unknown email address.  The second case Amazon said the items were being sent by a third party with an unknown account. Both residents say their credit cards have not been used. At this time it is unknown if this is some type of scam.

November 21, at 1:10AM Officers responded to Rt. 9 and Sumner for a reported driver sleeping at the wheel. A driver had stopped behind a car in the travel lane to check on the driver in front of him at the green light. That operator approached the car and saw the driver apparently sleeping at the wheel. Another car stopped to assist. The police were called and the investigations lead to the arrest of the driver that appeared to be sleeping. The driver faces charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

November 22, at 5:46AM a two car crash at Longwood Av and Kent Street sent four people to the hospital with various injuries. This is still under investigation.

November 22, a staff member at Runkle School reported their cell phone was missing. They indicated on the prior day they had left it in a bathroom in the school. The matter is under investigation.

November 22, 11:25 AM officers were dispatched to a bank on Harvard Street for a reported argument inside. They arrived to find three people involved in an argument. Two subjects are involved in a civil matter, one owing the other rent money. The third person was identified as a Brookline constable who was asked to assist another person in getting money from the third party.  It appears that the subject who requested the constable went too far in their attempts to get the matter resolved.  Allegedly they took the others purse while inside the bank and may have taken apartment keys from it. The officers on scene had a discussion with the constable and they had conversation over his role on scene.  The subject who had requested the constable is now being summonsed into court for attempted larceny. This matter is still under investigation.


November 23 at 7:15PM an officer responded to Brookline AV near Parkway Road. A person reported their vehicle had been broken into. The owner stated they parked there in the morning and came back to find a back window had been smashed. In looking inside they saw that an expensive dress had been stolen from the car.  This matter is still under investigation.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Nov. 16th- Nov 19th

November 16th at 4:39PM an employee of a local business on Brookline Av came into the station to report a past assault and battery. The incident involved a fellow employee. As a result of the investigation it was determined to give both employees a chance to tell their stories to a clerk of the court. No arrest made.
November 17th at 9:53 AM a caller reported a man was walking on Willow Crescent and was screaming. When officers arrived the subject gave his name and it was found there was an active arrest warrant out for him. While the subject was being placed into custody he struck one of the officers and tried to flee. He was successfully taken into custody. He now faces additional charges of assaulting the officer and resisting arrest.
November 17th at 9:30PM a witness’s information assisted police in making an arrest of a subject for breaking and entering into a car. A witness observed a subject appear to try to get into a car and smash the cars window. The car was parked on Freeman Street. The subject then fled in another car. A partial license plate and description of the car was given to Police. A car fitting the description was stopped in Brookline Village a short time later. The investigation lead to a passenger in the car being charged with Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle.
November 18th at 10:35AM officers responded to a store on Beacon Street for a report of a past larceny. Officers were told a subject had been observed taking packages of paper plates and napkins and placing them into their bag. The subject then left the store without paying and was gone before police arrived.
November 18th at 5:25PM officer responded to a store on Harvard Street. A subject had been stopped for shoplifting. Among the items found on the subject was $183.00 worth of frozen shrimp. The subject had a total of property valued at $ 255.78. The subject was arrested and faces larceny charges.
November 18th at 10:30PM Dispatch stated they received a call from the BUPD police. BU Police stated they had received an anonymous tip on their tip line of a reported party on Stedman Street. Officers were able to locate a party in the area and it was shut down.
November 19th at 1:05 AM an officer was conducting traffic enforcement at the intersection of Rt. 9 and Cypress Street. The officer observed a car make an illegal U-Turn .The vehicle was pulled over in the area of 300 Boylston Street. The operator became uncooperative and argumentative; finally the driver produced a Massachusetts Identification card and stated they did not have a license. As result of the stop the operator was placed under arrest and charged with Not Duly Licensed and Illegal U-Turn. The car was towed.
November 19th at 2:29 AM a bus and a car crashed at the intersection Carlton St. and Mountfort St. The bus was carrying four passengers. No one on the bus was hurt. The operator of the bus was cited for a traffic violation. The operator of the car was taken to a hospital for minor injuries and their car was towed

Thursday, November 16, 2017

11/15/2017

On November 15 a woman came into the police department to report a past larceny. The woman stated that a package was supposed to be delivered to her residence on Aspinwall Ave. on 10/24 and she never received it.

An officer responded to St. Paul St. for a report of suspicious packages. The reporting party stated that she had noticed two boxes by the garage the night before but thought nothing of them. When she saw them again in the morning she checked them and noticed that they both had shipping labels for neighboring addresses and were missing their contents. Officers confirmed with neighbors that one box had been stolen and believe the other was trash that blew away. The matter is under investigation.

While patrolling in the area of Aspinwall Ave. and Kent St. an officer ran a random query of a vehicle and found that the vehicle’s registration had been revoked and the registered owner’s license had been revoked. The officer conducted a traffic stop and confirmed the identity of the driver. The driver was placed under arrest for Operating after Revocation.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

11/13/2017 through 11/14/2017

11/14/2017


On November 14, an officer was monitoring traffic when he ran a query of a vehicle traveling in the area of Boylston St. and Sumner Rd. The officer found that the registered owner had a suspended license so he conducted a traffic stop. The officer confirmed the identity of the driver and placed her under arrest.

Monday, November 13, 2017

11/9/2017 through 11/12/2017


11/9/2017

An officer was dispatched to Winchester St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that his cell phone had either been lost or stolen earlier that afternoon.

An officer was dispatched to the Lincoln School for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that he had locked his daughter’s bike to a bike rack that morning and it was now gone. The next day the reporting party located the missing bike on Chestnut Street. The incident is being investigated.

11/10/2017

An officer was dispatched to Francis St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that their two blue Town of Brookline recycling bins were stolen overnight

An officer was dispatched to Freeman St. for a report of suspicious packages. The reporting party stated that when she arrived home at approximately 1650hrs, she discovered multiple packages addressed to various people that had been opened

11/12/2017

Officers responded to Commonwealth Ave. for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated that she had observed a male party take several items and conceal them in a bag before leaving. The matter is under investigation.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

11/8/2017

On November 8, a woman contacted the BPD to report a larceny. The woman stated she had taken her jacket off on some benches at the Runkle School gym and it was now gone.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

11/6/2017-11/7/2017

11/6/2017

An officer was dispatched to Tappan St. for a report of an attempted larceny. The reporting party stated that they had locked a bike to a bike rack on November 3 and when he returned this morning the lock was damaged but the bike was still there.

An officer responded to Manchester Rd. for a past larceny report. The reporting party stated that on 11/5 he received confirmation that a package had been delivered and when his roommate went to retrieve it 17 minutes later it was gone.

Officers were dispatched to Chestnut St. for a report of a female party entering the residence uninvited. Officers queried the female party and found that she had three active warrants in her name. The woman was placed under arrest.

An officer was dispatched to Harvard Ave. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that when she arrived home around 8pm she discovered a package addressed to her had been cut open and the contents were missing.

11/7/2017

On November 7 a woman came into the police station to make a larceny report. The woman stated that that she had locked her bike to a rack on Washington and Pearl Streets approximately 2 months prior. The woman reported seeing her bike on 11/3 but when she came back on 11/5 the lock had been cut and her bike was gone.

Monday, November 6, 2017

11/2/2017 through 11/5/2017

11/2/2017

On November 2, officers responded to High St. for a report of a package theft occurring within the past two minutes. The reporting party stated that she had ordered a package and received a phone call from FedEx stating it had been delivered yet when she arrived in the lobby of her building a few minutes later, the package was gone.

Officers were dispatched to Harvard St. for a past road rage incident where a passenger brandished a firearm. The reporting party stated that she was sitting in traffic on Washington St. when another vehicle attempted to back into a handicap parking spot that was blocked by her car. The reporting party stated that the driver and passenger of the other vehicle began to yell at her and then the male passenger appeared to brandish a firearm. The reporting party continued towards Harvard St. while the other vehicle continued to follow and then drove off. The incident is being investigated.

At approximately 1615hrs, an officer was dispatched to the intersection of Washington and School Streets for a report of a road rage incident. The reporting party stated that he was driving on Aspinwall Ave. when a vehicle stopped in the roadway and did not continue with the flow of traffic. The reporting party stated that he yelled at the vehicle in front of him and then passed on the left side. When the reporting party stopped at the next red light he stated that a man exited the vehicle behind him and used a switchblade to slash his tire twice. The incident is under investigation.

11/3/2017

On November 3, officers responded to Beacon St. for a report of a man exposing himself on the sidewalk. The reporting party stated that she had seen a man exposing himself and when she confronted him he fled towards Washington Street. Officers located a man matching the description and the reporting party was able to positively ID him. The suspect was arrested for Open and Gross behavior.

An officer was dispatched to Salisbury Rd for a report of a past larceny. The reporting party stated that an item went missing about 2 weeks ago and hasn’t been seen since.

An officer was patrolling in the area of Mountfort St and St. Mary’s St. when they ran a random query of a vehicle and found that the registered owner had an active warrant in his name. The officer conducted a traffic stop, confirmed the identity of the driver, and placed him under arrest.

11/4/2017

At approximately 0123hrs officers were dispatched to the area of Russett Rd. and Beverly Rd. for a report of a person looking into vehicles and trying to open doors. Officers located a man matching the description and the reporting party confirmed the ID. The man was placed under arrest for Attempted Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicles.

An officer responded to Francis St. for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated that she had received confirmation of her package being delivered the day before and when she went to her building’s foyer she located her package open with the contents removed.

11/5/2017

An officer was dispatched to Aspinwall Ave. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that he had parked his bike unsecured in front of his residence the night before and that it was now gone.

An officer responded to Bartlett Crescent for a report of an Attempted Breaking & Entering. The reporting party stated that he had arrived at his friend’s residence and noticed that the mailbox had been removed from inside the front door and another door off the main foyer was damaged. The incident is being investigated.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

11/1/2017

On November 1st an officer responded to Naples Rd. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that he had opened his garage to do work at approximately 6:30am and when he closed it around 10am, a bicycle was missing. 

An officer was dispatched to Francis St. for a report of a stolen bicycle. The reporting party stated that he had parked his bike on the side of his residence the night before and when he returned November 1st, it was gone.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

10/30/2017-10/31/2017

10/30/2017

On October 30, an officer was dispatched to Griggs Rd for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that he had parked his bike in a garage on 10/28 and that it was now gone.

An officer was dispatched to St. Paul St. for an attempted theft of a motorcycle. The reporting party stated that he had parked his motorcycle in a rear alley lot Saturday afternoon and that it had been observed around Monday at 17:30hrs in its assigned spot with the cover partially blown off by wind. The reporting party stated that at approximately 20:20hrs his roommate informed him that the motorcycle had been moved halfway into the spot next to it and the cover had been completely removed. The motorcycle handlebars had been bent and the locking mechanism was damaged. The incident is under investigation.

Monday, October 30, 2017

10/26/2017-10/29/2017

10/26/2017

At approximately 12:11pm, officers were dispatched to a business on Harvard St. for a report of shoplifting. The store manager reported seeing a female party shuffle items under her jacket. The female party was still in the store and officers made contact. The woman admitted to taking items with no intention of paying for them. The woman was placed under arrest.

In the evening of October 26, officers responded to a business on Beacon St. for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated that she witnessed an unknown female party take items and conceal them in her jacket pockets. The employee stated that she approached the woman and asked for the items back when the suspect became aggressive and fled towards Coolidge Corner. The incident is under investigation.

At approximately 7:12pm, and officer responded to a residence on St. Paul St. for a report of an attempted Breaking and Entering. The reporting parties stated that they were home when they noticed that the rear door to the apartment was slightly open. The residents reported hearing people walking around in the rear stairwell but did not believe anyone had entered their apartment and reported nothing was missing. The incident is under investigation.

10/27/2017

On October 27, officers responded to New Terrace Rd. to serve a Federal Probation Violation Warrant. The male party was placed under arrest with no incident.

An officer was dispatched to Babcock St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that sometime between 11:30am-3:30pm her wallet had been taken. The incident is being investigated.

10/28/2017

In the morning of October 28, an officer responded to Beacon St. for a report of malicious damage. The reporting party stated that she had parked her vehicle overnight and in the morning she discovered a brick on her vehicle and more around it. The woman stated that there were several new dents to the hood of her vehicle. The incident is being investigated.

10/29/2017

An officer was dispatched to Pleasant St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that their bike had been left unlocked on the porch and was now gone.

An officer responded to Clinton Rd. for a past breaking and entering and larceny from a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that he had parked in his driveway the evening before and that afternoon discovered that his glove box was open and several items were missing. The incident is being investigated.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Upcoming Road Closures



The following are some upcoming road closures for block parties and Halloween festivities. 

Saturday 10/28
Randolph Rd (3pm-8pm)
Sunday 10/29
York Ter (3pm-8pm)
University Rd (5pm-7pm)
Tuesday 10/31
Russett Rd (5pm-8:30pm)
Brook St  (5pm-9pm)
Ackers Ave (6pm-8pm)

10/25/2017

An officer was dispatched to Harvard St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that he had received confirmation of two packages being delivered to his home yet he never received them. The incident is being investigated.


An officer responded to Harrison St. for a report of a larceny. The reporting party stated that a package had been stolen from his front steps.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

10/23/2017-10/24/2017

10/23/2017

An officer was dispatched to Centre St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that sometime between the evening of October 21 and the morning of October 23, the tires had been stolen from her car. Later that afternoon, officers responded again to Centre St. for another report of stolen tires. This victim reported parking his car in a garage on October 20. Both vehicles were processed and the incidents are being investigated.

10/24/2017

An officer responded to St. Paul St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that she had left her bike outside, unlocked by her rear door overnight and that it was gone this morning.

An officer responded to a business on Beacon St. for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated that a male party had entered the store and attempted to take items without leaving. The employee stated that she confronted the man who left the items and fled through the back door.

In the afternoon of October 24, an officer responded to Reservoir Rd. for a report of a breaking and entering and larceny from a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that he had parked his vehicle in his driveway overnight and the next morning items were missing.

Officers responded to a parking lot on Boylston St. for a report of a male passed out in a motor vehicle. Officers were able to awaken the man who had been unconscious in the passenger seat and have paramedics check on him. Attempting to determine the owner of the vehicle, the registration was located at which point a gun was found and removed from the vehicle. The male party was moved from the car and a bag of methamphetamine was found where he had been sitting. Officers viewed surveillance footage and observed two suspects purchase items associated with drug use. The male from the car was able to identify the other two subjects, one being the owner of the vehicle, who were then located in the parking lot. Officers searched the vehicle and located drug paraphernalia, including glassine bags, and another bag of meth. All three parties were arrested for Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Law and Trafficking a Class B Drug. The owner of the vehicle was also charged with Improper Storage of a Firearm.


10/18/2017 through 10/22/2017

10/18/2017

On October 18, a woman came into the police department to report a larceny. The woman stated that items had been taken from her pocketbook while she was at work on Beacon Street. The incident is under investigation.

A man came into the police station to report a larceny from an automobile. The man stated that he had parked near the intersection of Dwight and Pleasant Streets and that equipment was taken from his truck. The incident is being investigated.

10/19/2017

Early on October 19, in the area of the Muddy River Carlton Street footbridge, an officer observed a male party carrying what appeared to be women’s handbags and who appeared to take notice of the cruiser and deliberately walk away. The officer conducted a field interview and found that the man had two active warrants in his name. The man was placed under arrest.

At approximately 11:19 am an officer observed a vehicle make an illegal U-turn on Harvard Street. The officer conducted a traffic stop and found that the operator had an expired license and the vehicle’s registration was expired as well. The driver was cited and the vehicle was towed.

An officer was dispatched to a business on Harvard St. for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated that a woman had entered the store and placed multiple items into her bag before leaving without paying. The incident is being investigated.

In the afternoon of October 19, officers were dispatched to a business on Harvard St. for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated that a woman had entered the store and concealed items in her baby stroller before leaving without paying. An officer located a woman matching the description on Centre St. and escorted her back to the store to pay for the items. The woman will be summoned to Brookline District Court.

At approximately 14:37 officers responded to a business on Boylston St. for a report of a bank robbery. The reporting party stated that a female had entered through the rear door and approached the counter. The woman showed a note to an employee which contained a threat of a gun though none was shown. The woman fled through the front doors. The matter is under investigation.

An officer was dispatched to a store on Beacon St. for a report of a shoplifter who had just left. The store manager stated that a woman had entered the store and took several items without paying. Officers located a woman matching the description and the manager was able to confirm that it was the suspect. The woman was placed under arrest.

An officer was dispatched to Winchester St. for a report of a larceny. The reporting party stated that a package had been confirmed as delivered but he never received it.

An officer was dispatched to Winchester St. for a report of fraud. The reporting party stated that he had attempted to make a purchase through Craigslist but after he transferred money to the other party, he never received his goods.

10/20/2017

In the morning of October 20, an officer responded to Commonwealth Ave. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that on October 18 she had placed her bike in the private garage and when she went back it was gone. The bike lock was later found on Egmont Street. The incident is being investigated.

An officer was dispatched to Brook St. for a larceny report. The man stated that he had left his bike in his driveway unsecured overnight and it was gone in the morning.

An officer responded to Brookline High School and was informed of a larceny. The reporting party stated that multiple bags had been rummaged through and items were missing. The incident is under investigation.

10/21/2017

Early on October 21st an officer responded to a residence on Babcock St. for the second noise complaint of the evening. The resident was advised and cited.

An officer was dispatched to Monmouth Ct for a report of a past breaking and entering and larceny from a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that she had left her vehicle parked in her driveway on October 17 and when she returned on the 21st, several items were missing.

An officer responded to St. Mary’s Court for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that sometime between October 11th and October 16th items had been taken from her home. The matter is being investigated.

Officers responded to Heath St. for a report of a pellet gun being shot through the window. The reporting party stated that someone had shot at her house creating a small hole in the window. The incident is under investigation.

10/22/2017

On October 22, an officer responded to Park Vale for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that a package had been stolen from her foyer.

Officers responded to Station St. for a report of an unarmed robbery. The reporting party stated that she had been sitting outside when a female grabbed her purse and attempted to take it. The reporting party stated that she yelled at the woman who then fled with a male party towards the T stop. Officers located two people matching the description on Brookline Avenue. Both parties were placed under arrest for Attempt to Commit a Crime—Unarmed Robbery.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

10/16/2017-10/17/2017

10/16/2017

An officer in the area of Beacon and Harvard Streets was notified that a known party with two active warrants was in the area. Based upon the man’s description, the officer was able to locate the man, confirm his identity and warrants, and place the man under arrest.

In the evening of October 16, officers were dispatched to the area of Lawton and Thorndike Streets for a report of an assault and battery. The victim stated that he had been sitting in his vehicle on Lawton St. when he noticed someone walk by on the sidewalk. The victim then stated that he was pulled to the ground from the driver’s side door by an unknown male party. The suspect then began to attack the victim while screaming “why did you do this to me.” The victim stated that the suspect then stopped, ran towards the intersection and began to charge back when he was able to enter his vehicle and lock the doors. The suspect was reported to have fled towards Commonwealth Ave. The suspect is described as a young Hispanic male, thin build, with facial hair and wavy hair pulled pack. The incident is under investigation.

10/17/2017

At approximately 3:20am, an officer observed a male party riding a bike from Powell St. onto Browne St. with only a flashing rear light. The officer followed the man onto Browne St. where he emerged from a driveway and appeared to re-place his backpack onto his back. At this time the officer attempted to conduct a field interview. The male party acted hostile and began riding away from the officer after being identified. Based upon this suspicious activity, the officer requested additional units to canvas the area. Officers lost sight of the male party on Longwood Ave. but later discovered many discarded items near the Lawrence School Playground. Items included those suggesting that the party was attempting to break into cars. The incident is being investigated.

While conducting traffic enforcement in the area of Independence Drive, an officer observed a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker. The officer conducted a traffic stop and found that the driver had a suspended license. The driver was placed under arrest.

An officer responded to Hawes St. for a report of a past breaking and entering and larceny from a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that she had parked her vehicle in her driveway the night before and when she returned in the morning it had been ransacked and items were missing. The matter is under investigation.


Officers were dispatched to Evans Rd. for a report of a suspicious person. The reporting party stated that an unknown female had tried to gain access to her locked basement door. The woman stated that she then confronted the individual who left and headed towards the garage area. Officers located the female in question hiding in the area of the garage. While speaking with officers, the unknown female acted erratically and was unable to answer simple questions but admitted to previous drug use. The woman was transported to the hospital pending investigation and determination of her identity. Officers were later able to identify the woman and found that she had two active warrants in her name. Once discharged the woman was placed under arrest.

Monday, October 16, 2017

10/12/2017 through 10/15/2017

10/12/2017

On October 12, an officer was dispatched to Summit Ave. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that sometime between September 24 and October 2, items were taken from his garage. The matter is under investigation.

10/13/2017

On October 13, an officer was dispatched to Parkman St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that a package was stolen from his building’s front vestibule that morning.

An officer was dispatched to Washington St. for a report of suspicious activity. The reporting party stated they believed the occupants of a vehicle to be either high or intoxicated. An officer responded and in approaching the vehicle saw the driver holding a spoon of clear liquid and begin to draw it into a syringe. The driver was placed under arrest for possession of heroin and operating with a revoked license and the passenger was placed under arrest for being present where heroin is knowingly kept and possession of a Class A drug.

An officer responded to Kent St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that his bike had been stolen from a bike rack. The incident is being investigated.

An officer was dispatched to the area of Marion and Harvard Streets for a report of a fight in progress. The victim stated he and his wife were walking when a vehicle turned aggressively in front of them and he stated “do you have a problem?” At this point, the victim stated that the car pulled over and the driver attempted to exit and ultimately became entangled with the victim before leaving the scene. Officers located the suspect and he is being charged with assault and battery.

10/14/2017

An officer was dispatched to the lower lot of Larz Anderson Park for a report of a breaking and entering and larceny of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that something had been used to pry away the operator’s door latch so that the door could be opened and items were missing from inside.

An officer responded to Cameron St. for a report of a larceny. The reporting party stated that his package was reportedly signed for and delivered yet he never received it. The incident is being investigated.

10/15/2017

On October 15, officers responded to Harvard St. for a report of a bicycle having just been stolen. Officers were able to locate a man matching the description of the suspect. The victim was able to identify the suspect and he was placed under arrest for Larceny from a Person.

A woman came into the police station to report a larceny. The woman stated that on 10/11 she had locked her bike to a rack on Beacon St. and when she returned, the lock had been cut and the bike was gone.

An officer was dispatched to 98 Clinton Rd. for a report of a larceny. The reporting party stated that they had left a bike outside, unlocked and that it had been stolen.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

10/11/2017

On October 11, an officer was dispatched to Stearns Rd. for a report of a past breaking and entering and larceny. The reporting party stated that she had gone out the day before without locking up and when she returned, items were missing.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

10/9/2017-10/10/2017

Information from a motorist helped officers place one man under arrest, cite another.

On October 10, while on patrol in the area of Brookline Village, an officer was informed that two subjects on bikes had just stolen a package from the front of a building. The officer located a man on Brook St. who matched one of the descriptions.  The officer found that this man was in possession of stolen property which he stated his friend had handed him. Officers then located a man matching the second description and this was confirmed by the first suspect. The second suspect was in possession of stolen property as well as a Class A substance. The first subject was cited for receiving stolen property and the second subject was placed under arrest for possession of a Class A and receiving stolen property. 


10/9/2017

An officer was dispatched to Beacon St. for a report of receiving stolen property. Officers located a man walking a bike with no front tire and carrying a bike tire. Officers determined that the man had stolen the tire and knowingly purchased a stolen bike. The man was placed under arrest.

An officer was dispatched to a business on Beacon St. for a report of shoplifting. An employee stated that they had witnessed a woman place items into her bag and leave without paying. Officers located a woman who matched the description and placed her under arrest. While inventorying her property, officers found that the woman was also in possession of various pills. She is being charged with shoplifting and possession of opiates.

A man came into the police station to report a larceny. The man stated that a package had been stolen from his residence on Gibbs Street.

An officer responded to Pleasant St. for a past larceny report. The reporting party stated that he had left his wallet in a business on October 4, and that when he went back to look for it, it was gone. The reporting party also reported seeing fraudulent activity on his credit card. The matter is under investigation.

10/10/2017

An officer was dispatched to Prescott St. for a report of a breaking and entering and larceny of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that he had parked his vehicle and when he returned items were missing. The incident is being investigated.