Thursday, January 19, 2017

Blog for 1/17 - 1/18

On January 18th 2017, officers responded to Brookline Ave and Aspinwall Ave. for A Pedestrian struck by a vehicle. Officers report pedestrian was ok and treated by an EMT.

On January 18th 2017, officer on routine patrol saw a vehicle which made an illegal left-turn at the intersection of Beacon Street and Harvard Street. Officers proceeded to stopping the vehicle and found out that the operator of the vehicle was not licensed to operate a motor vehicle. The operator was placed under arrest and transported to Brookline Police Station.

On January 18th, 2017, an officer was conducting traffic enforcement at the intersection of Washington Street and Andem Place. The officer queried the license plate number on a vehicle and found that the vehicle had not been submitted for inspection and that registered owner had a revoked Massachusetts license status. The officer stopped the vehicle on Harvard Street and the operator was positively identified as the owner of the vehicle and placed under arrest.

On 1/17/2017, officers were dispatched to Brookline Pl for a report of a past larceny.
Upon arrival, the officers met with the victim who stated that they were missing four iMac computers. On January 6, 2017 the computers were noticed to be missing. The IT specialist stated the delay in reporting this crime was due to the fact that he assumed that he had misplaced them or that they had been moved by someone else. The institution’s staff and security were going through the surveillance footage and would inform the officers if they were able to find anything. The detectives division will follow up on the case.

On 1/17/2017, an officer reported to Chestnut St. for a larceny report.  Upon arrival he spoke with the victim who reported that his laptop had been taken from his room between 1/9/17 and 1/11/17. There are 3 other individuals living in the establishment. All roommates said they hadn’t seen the laptop and the victim confirmed that the front door of the apartment is sometimes left unlocked but there were no sign of force on the door. The detectives unit is following up on the case.

On 01/17/17, a subject approached an officer at the front desk to report the past theft of a license plate. They were unaware that it was missing until they were refused to receive a vehicle inspection since they had no front plate. The subject was advised to notify the DMV.



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