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Friday, April 28, 2017

4-28-2017 package theft / ID Fraud / malicious damage


On April 27, 2017  Officers responded to an address on Fairway Road for a breaking and entering that occurred overnight.   The victim reports that three of they're Apple lap top computers missing from the kitchen and living room area.  The victim nor his family heard or saw anything out of the ordinary overnight.  At this point in time no other property is reported missing from the home. Dectives arrived on scene and  processed the scene for fingerprints. It was discovered through the alarm company  that the garage door was opened at 22:38 hours leading to the mud room.  A faint beep from the alarm was activated, but victim was unaware of this.  It appears the suspect or suspects entered the home through the garage mud room door and stole the items. This investigation is ongoing.

On 4/27/2017 Officers responded to an address on Holden St. for a disturbance. . The caller reports that an ex boyfriend, from over a year ago showed up at her place of work and started to harass her. The victim reports the subject was yelling at her through the house window. When the victim called 911 the subject walked over to her vehicle, which was parked in the driveway and began to kick it. While kicking the back and driver side of the vehicle, he also kicked the driver's side mirror causing it to hang down from the car.  After further investigation it was revealed that the subject entered the victim’s vehicle. The suspect was placed under arrest and charged with 265:13A Assault, 266:18A B&E day time with intent to commit a felony and 266:127 Vandalism of Property (damage to car)

On April 27, 2017, Officers responded to the Brookline Police Station for a report of a missing child.  The reporting party provided a picture of her daughter and gave a description. This information was provided to all Brookline Units who began canvassing the area.  The missing juvenile was located in Griggs Park, and appeared to be in good health and well cared for. She was returned to her mother and advised of the seriousness of what had occurred.

On Thursday 04-27-17 Officers took a report for Identity Theft.  The victim reports that someone had used his personal information to create a Bloomingdale’s account. The victim learned of this only when he received a bill from Bloomingdale's which prompted him to report to them that the account was not his.  The account was shut down. 

On 4/27/17 Officers responded to an address on Harvard St on a larceny report.  The victim reports that at approximately 3:00pm, a young female walked into her store. While in the store she observed her place several items into a black string bag and walk out the store. The suspect is described as a female between the ages of 9 and 11yrs old, wearing a black jacket, dress, black tights, and black shoes. The victim reports that several containers of “Thinking Putty “ were taken, totaling over $200.00.  The Officers requested a copy of the security surveillance and will conduct a follow-up with the detective division.

On April 27th, 2017 a citizen entered the Brookline Police Station to turn in some found property. The kind citizen was walking on Pleasant Street in Brookline, when he found a wad of cash tied in a hair band. The money was placed into an evidence locker for safe keeping until it is claimed by the rightful owner.

On Thursday, April 27, numerous units were dispatched to an address on Beacon St, for a report of a customer disturbing.  Two parties were discussing the possible sale of a vehicle. A third party joined the discussion, with the third party feeling they were not getting a fair chance to make the purchase. Words were exchanged and each felt as though they had been insulted.  Things turned physical when they entered the business and one party threw a stapler striking the other party in the neck. The offending party left the area before the officers arrived on scene; several units checked the area for him and his vehicle but were unable to locate him at that time.  Charges have been filed, 265/15A Assault and Battery Dangerous Weapon (Stapler).

On Thursday 4/27/2017 Officers responded to an address on Euston St for a reported package theft. The victim reports that UPS had delivered a package at an unknown time and her son discovered the package opened with the contents taken from it.  The package was in the vestibule behind the unlocked front building door. The package container was left untouched by her son or herself in the lobby and was placed into evidence to see if there are any latent prints. The victim mentioned that she has had packages stolen in the past, three or four times within the last 4 months or so. The victim and other residents coming in and out of the building were advised to contact the police right away if they had any packages stolen or noticed any suspicious activity in the area.


On 4/28/17 I, Officers responded to an address on Webster St for a violation of a 209A Order. The victim reports the person who she has the restraining order against had just approached her and was aggressively speaking to her. After further investigation it was determined that a violation had occurred and a Warrant is being requested.

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