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Wednesday, July 12, 2017



9:06 a.m.: An officer responded to an address on Stetson Street for a report of a B&E of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that she had left her vehicle parked in their driveway Sunday night around midnight, most likely unlocked. On 7/11 at approximately 7:30 a.m. the party’s husband returned to the vehicle to find it had been rummaged through. Change was found to be missing from the vehicle. A fanny pack was located within the vehicle and was thought by the car owner to belong to the suspect or another victim. A green piece of paper from the Teen Center was also found on the ground. Both items were submitted into evidence.

11:00 a.m.: A citizen reported a stolen scooter. He stated his motor scooter was stolen from under a protective cover in the bushes on the front side of his residence on Pleasant Street. The scooter was last parked on Friday evening and was found to be missing Saturday morning (7/8). Security footage captured the event and depicted two figures steal the scooter at 1:21 a.m. on 7/8.
Brookline Police Dispatch was notified of a Norfolk Superior Court Probation Warrant issued for an individual who had violated the conditions of his GPS Monitoring Conditions. Officers were dispatched to an address on Pearl Street where the individual was placed under arrest without incident.

9:35 p.m.: Officers responded to a business on Commonwealth Avenue for a report of a shoplifter. Upon arrival, officers met with Target staff and the subject. The store manager had stopped the individual from leaving the store without paying for items in his cart, but while scanning the various items at checkout, observed a number of store items in the subject’s pockets. In the process of removing the merchandise from his pockets, officers located an uncapped needle and drugs on his person. The subject was arrested and during the booking process additional drugs were found to be in his possession. He was charged with Larceny over $250, Possession of Class A, and Possession of Class C Drug. Officers also spoke with a female that had been with the subject and she was found to have an active Default Warrant. She was placed under arrest for the warrant and additionally charged from Possession of a Class E Drug.  

10:25 p.m.: Officers were dispatched to the area of Baker School for a report of malicious damage. Upon arrival, an officer spoke with the victim who reported she had her car window smashed. The suspect was identified and will be summonsed to court for Malicious Damage.  

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