On 04/12/2017, Officers, while assigned to a traffic post at Brookline High School, were approached by a student who reported that someone had just stolen his wallet. The suspect was wearing a red hat and black jacket. He ran down the hallway and out the Welland Road exit door of the school. Several units responded to the area, but were unable to locate anyone matching the description of the suspect. High School security was notified.
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On 4/12/16 at approximately 9:55pm, Brookline dispatch advised all units to be on the lookout for a Ford Taurus sedan color gray, last seen on Pleasant St in Brookline. Multiple units acknowledged the transmission and one Officer radioed that he had the vehicle in front of him. A traffic stop was conducted in Brookline Village. The vehicle had darkly tinted windows thru which it was difficult to see the occupants. The occupants were asked to exit the vehicle to which they complied and were cooperative with the officers. Boston University Police Department officers arrived on scene. The BUPD Officers believed the subjects may be involved in a check cashing scheme which has been prevalent in that area. BUPD wanted to identify the men and did not wish to pursue any further actions at that time. Both parties were identified by the BUPD Officers and sent on their way without further incident.
On 13 April 2017, Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle they observed make a left turn onto Washington St ( from Beacon)through a red light. That intersection is a posted "no turn on red." After a license and Warrants check through the DMV it was determined that the operator had an outstanding warrant out of the Waltham district Court for Operating After Suspension and other various municipal offenses. The operator was placed under arrest, and transported to the station. The vehicle was towed.
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