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Thursday, September 7, 2017



6:00 PM A resident came into the police station to report that her bike was stolen from her home on Brook Street. Sometime between the hours of 7am and 12:30pm someone stole her bike off the front porch of her building. The is described bike as a Red Woman's Extra Small, Giant brand Road bike with black and silver trim.  

 A citizen came into the Brookline Police Station to report that her business checks had been stolen and used fraudulently. A report was filed.

Officers were performing Green Dog License checks on the off leash dogs  when one of the Officers was bitten by a dog.  No skin was punctured, and a report was filed.

A citizen came into the Brookline Police Station to report some tools were stolen from his work site. A report was filed and the dectives have been notified.


Officers responded to a business on Boylston Street Boylston St. Officers located the subject who was subsequently placed under arrest.

Officers responded to an address on Longwood Ave for a Graffiti complaint. The vistim reports graffiti painted on a storage container. Photos were taken.

Officers responded to Westbourne Terrace for a report of a minor Motor Vehicle Crash between two town vehicles. Minor damage was done to both vehicles left side. Pictures were taken and a report was filed.  

Officers responded to an address on Linden Street for a report of a past B&E&L report. The victims report noticing that the window screen above the sink on the right side was flapping in the wind. He noticed that the screen had been cut around the lower perimeter and that the items that were once on the window sill were now on the counter in disarray. It was then  discovered that the rear sliding porch door was slightly open as well at the outer sliding screen. Several items were reported missing. Brookline Detectives arrived on scene to process for finger prints.

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