Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

6/19/17

6-19-2017

On Monday June 19, Officers responded to an address on Beacon St on a report of missing keys and a phone.  The reporting party was unwilling to provide enough details for the Officers to move forward. The reporting party was advised.

On 6/19/2017 Officers responded to an address on Glen Rd for a report of a suspicious person.  While en route Brookline Dispatch relayed that the caller stated a male, black hair, 5'10 was in the callers shed and then went behind his neighbor's house. When officers arrived they could hear what sounded like metal hitting against metal and saw a door open to the basement. At this time an individual matching the caller's description, exited the basement with a large white plastic bag in his hand.  After further investigation the subject was placed under arrest and charged with 2 counts : 266:18A B&E Day int Felony. And 1 Count 266:127B Malicious Destruction of $250 for the fence.

On Monday 06-19-17 at 0955 hours an officer initiated a Lost Property report relating to a white iPhone 6 for a party who came to the front desk of Police Headquarters.  The phone is a workplace phone and they requested that she make a report, she came to Brookline PD to make the report because she feels that she lost it last night while dining at a restaurant on Beacon Street.

On Monday June 19, 2017, Officers responded to the Brookline Police front desk for a report of Identity Fraud. The victim was notified by the Brookline Post Office that he had a package that he needed to pick up and believed this to be strange because he gets his mail sent to his home and has never put a stop on any mail before. The victim was told by the Post Office that someone had put a hold on his mail, and it appears that someone had taken out a credit card and made a large cash transfer under his identity . A follow-up will be conducted by the Detective Division.

On 6-19-2017 Officers responded to a traffic crash on Lagrange St. After an investigation it was determined that one of the operators had fallen asleep and crossed the center line, causing the accident. All parties were transported to the hospital and vehicles were towed.

On Monday 06-19-2017 Officers responded to an address on Pleasant St. to take a report for bicycles that were stolen from a bike rack near the sidewalk. Video surveillance is pending and a report was filed.

On June 19, 2017 Officers responded to an address on Beacon Street, for a report of a fire. Brookline Fire Department arrived and made entry into the basement and observed a light smoke condition and found the source coming from the air handling unit. In the process of checking for extension, the Firefighter's from Engine 5 forced entry into a locked basement door for the store. The owner of the store arrived on scene and was informed of the damage to the basement door. The fire was contained to the air handling unit and had been extinguished by BFD.

On June 19, 2017 Officers responded to an address on Greenough St for a report of an attempted breaking and entering.  Officers located a partially opened window with its screen popped open and shattered glass.  The building janitor reported hearing a loud bang and then seeing 2 subjects in the back corner of the court yard. After an investigation 2 subjects were arrested and charged with the following 274:6A Attempted Breaking and Entering Intent To  Commit A Felony, 266:49 Possession Burglarious Tools , 266:60A Receiving Stolen Property Under $250.00.


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