Monday, April 3, 2017

3/31 - 4/2

03-31-2017

On 03/31/2017 Officers responded to a business on Harvard St. for a report of a shoplifter who had just left the store  and was headed towards the Village.  Officers responded to the surrounding area and stopped a subject who fit the description given by the witness. The Witness identified the suspect as the shoplifter  and the subject was placed under arrest.

On 3/31/2017 Offiecrs responded to Clyde St towards Newton St on reports of an MV accident. The roadway was snowy and icy.  The driver reports losing  control and hitting  the fence that belongs to the Country Club as well as a Town of Brookline arrow sign. The right side and the right front of  the vehicle was damaged. No injuries were reported and the vehicle needed to be towed. A representative  from the Country Club arrived on scene and was fixing the fence.

04-01-2017  

On 04-01-2017 at approximately 0221 hrs Officers responded to a  motor vehicle crash with air bag deployment at the intersection of St. Paul St and Thatcher St. One vehicle received extensive damage to the rear wheels with the driver's side rear wheel and surrounding panels receiving the major of it. The second vehicle  had front and side airbag deployment with heavy damage to the driver's side front wheel and surrounding panels. The bumper and the headlight were damaged to the point where they were hanging off of the frame.  A Citation was issued, M.G.L Ch. 89 s. 9- Failure to stop/stop sign.

On April 1, 2017, Officers responded to  an address on  Circuit Rd. for a report of a Larceny of a Motor Vehicle.  The victim reports that he noticed footprints in the snow in his driveway leading up to and away from the driver side door of the motor vehicle.  The victim reports that his black backpack had been gone through and was he was missing his Apple Macbook Pro, an Apple Macbook Charger, red Beats wireless around the ear headphones, and red Beats wired ear buds.  Items were removed from the vehicle to be tested for finger prints.

 On 04/01/17 Officers  responded to a business on Beacon St.  for the report and retrieval of alleged counterfeit US currency. Staff noticed  a ten dollar bill that seemed to be a different shade of color compared to the other bills that were being counted. The ten dollar bill was put aside as the employee felt it was counterfeit.  A follow-up with Brookline Detectives will be conducted. The evidence has been placed in evidence locker .

On Saturday April 1st, 2017 Officers stopped a MV for failing to stop for a pedestrian in a cross walk.  A license check of the operator revealed that his license to operate a MV has been suspended.  The subject was placed under arrest and his vehicle was towed.

On 04/01/2017 Officers responded to an address on Harvard Avenue for a report of a stolen phone.  Using the Apple find my phone App, the victim was able to trace the phone to an area on Commonwealth Ave.  Officers searched this area extensively for the phone but were unable to locate it. Later on this date the victim contacted the Brookline Police and stated that an elderly gentleman found her phone in his apartment building located on Commonwealth Avenue and returned it to her.

04/02/2017
On Sunday 04-02-2017 Officers responded to an address on Green St. to take a report of a past break and enter of a vehicle. The victim reports leaving her car and locking it, but when she returned she opened the door and observed items strewn about.  The victim reports several items taken.

On April 2, 2017 Officers responded to an address on Lancaster Terrace for a Break and Entering of a Motor Vehicle. The victim reports parking her car in the parking lot behind her building and when she returned she found her car had been rummaged through and the contents from her glove box strewn on the front seat. The victim reports several items had been taken.  No signs of forced entry.


On 04/02/2017 Officers responded to an address on Beacon Street  for a past B&E of a motor vehicle. The victim reports that his vehicle had been rummaged through and several items had been taken. There were no signs of forced entry and the victim believes he may have left the vehicle unlocked.  The victim believes the parking lot has surveillance cameras and will find out for sure after the weekend.













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