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Wednesday, April 12, 2017



Traffic Accident 

On April 11th, 2017 Officers monitoring traffic in Coolidge Corner observed a number plate displayed an expired status of January of 2016. In addition, the drivers side brake light did not illuminate while stopped.  Officers conducted a traffic stop on Beacon St and after checking with the RMV it was determined that the vehicle had no insurance.  The operator was I issued Mass uniform citation for operating revoked registration, operating uninsured motor vehicle and defective brake light.  The vehicle was subsequently towed by Perfection Towing.

On Tuesday 4/11/2017 Officers responded  to 145 Freeman St for a report of a traffic accident with no injuries. Upon arrival the Officers were given accounts as to what had happen by each of the drivers. One vehicle had middle and front right damage. The second vehicle had heavy left side, left front and left rear damage.  One vehicle was towed.  During the investigation it was discovered that one of the operators had an outstanding warrant  and he was placed under arrest.


On April 11, 2017 I, Officers responded to an address on  Kent Street for a fraud report. The victim reports she was shopping online and attempted to purchase an item, but her card was declined.  At that point in time the victim used a  banking  App on her cell phone to check her account balance, only to find it was negative several hundred dollars. The victim was provided with the Credit Bureau Fraud Department phone numbers and informed of the website to help assist with the process for reporting and protecting her identity.

Break and Enter 

On April 11, 2017, Brookline Detectives responded to an address on  Highland Rd for report of Breaking and Entering of a Motor Vehicle.  The victim reports several items taken from the vehicle. The Detectives took items to process for finger prints.

On April 11, 2017, Officers responded to an address on Highland Rd for a report of Break and Enter of Motor Vehicle.  The victim reports hearing his garage door opening around 4am and he went to the window to see if he could see anything. The victim reports seeing a male, approximately 6 feet tall, leaving his driveway and head towards his neighbor's driveway. After checking his vehicle the victim reports things were moved by nothing was missing. 

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