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Thursday, April 6, 2017


On April 4, 2017 Officers responded to an address on Thornton Rd. for a larceny report. The victim reports returning to his vehicle, which was parked in front of his house overnight,  to find his right front tire and rim were missing.  The vehicle was propped up with a plastic milk crate. The victim notified his insurance company and arranged for a tow truck to assist with the missing tire.

On 04/05/2017, at approximately 0830 hours, while Officers were monitoring the intersection of High and Boylston St. (Route 9), they  noticed a white van go through a red traffic  signal. The vehicle was traveling west on Washington to Boylston St. The Officer stopped the MV and spoke with the operator. A license check revealed that the operator did not have a drivers license and he was placed under arrest. The owner of the vehicle arrived on scene and was given a citation for Allowing/Employing an Improper Operator. The vehicle was released to the owner.

On 04/05/2017, Officers responded to an address on Winchester Street , to collect ammunition.  Upon arrival, the reporting party explained that he had been cleaning out his deceased fathers apartment and came across  two boxes of old 45 Caliber ammunition.  The ammunition was collected and placed in evidence locker.

On April 5, 2017 Officers responded to Goddard Avenue for a MV accident with unknown P/I. Upon my arrival a MA State Police Officer was on scene of the single car accident and reported no Personal Injures. It was a single vehicle motor vehicle crash with damage to the MV, a Verizon Telephone Pole and a privately owned wood fence.  The vehicle was towed and a report was filed.

On 04/05/17, a woman came into the Brookline Police Station to report fraudulent activity on her Citibank checking account.  The victim reports receiving a letter from her bank informing her she has had four fraudulent charges on her account that originated from Indonesia.  The victim reports she had travelled to Indonesia in the past but that the charges were not hers. The victim was advised to contact the major credit bureaus, and Federal Trade Commission of the fraudulent activity.


On 04/06/2017 Officers conducted a random query of the vehicle that was stopped in front of them, a gray Volvo. The RMV listing revealed the status was Revoked due to a lack of insurance.  The Officer stopped the vehicle on Boylston St. and spoke with operator. The operator received a citation for Operating after Revoked Registration, Operating an Uninsured Motor Vehicle, and Operating an Unregistered Motor Vehicle. The vehicle was towed and a cab was called for the operator.

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