On October 11, an officer was dispatched to Stearns Rd. for a report of a past breaking and entering and larceny. The reporting party stated that she had gone out the day before without locking up and when she returned, items were missing.
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Thursday, October 12, 2017
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Information from a motorist helped officers place one man under arrest, cite another.
On October 10, while on patrol in the area of Brookline Village, an officer was informed that two subjects on bikes had just stolen a package from the front of a building. The officer located a man on Brook St. who matched one of the descriptions. The officer found that this man was in possession of stolen property which he stated his friend had handed him. Officers then located a man matching the second description and this was confirmed by the first suspect. The second suspect was in possession of stolen property as well as a Class A substance. The first subject was cited for receiving stolen property and the second subject was placed under arrest for possession of a Class A and receiving stolen property.
An officer was dispatched to Beacon St. for a report of receiving stolen property. Officers located a man walking a bike with no front tire and carrying a bike tire. Officers determined that the man had stolen the tire and knowingly purchased a stolen bike. The man was placed under arrest.
An officer was dispatched to a business on Beacon St. for a report of shoplifting. An employee stated that they had witnessed a woman place items into her bag and leave without paying. Officers located a woman who matched the description and placed her under arrest. While inventorying her property, officers found that the woman was also in possession of various pills. She is being charged with shoplifting and possession of opiates.
A man came into the police station to report a larceny. The man stated that a package had been stolen from his residence on Gibbs Street.
An officer responded to Pleasant St. for a past larceny report. The reporting party stated that he had left his wallet in a business on October 4, and that when he went back to look for it, it was gone. The reporting party also reported seeing fraudulent activity on his credit card. The matter is under investigation.
An officer was dispatched to Prescott St. for a report of a breaking and entering and larceny of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that he had parked his vehicle and when he returned items were missing. The incident is being investigated.
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Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Arrest made after an alert employee saw a news story.
Today Police arrested a subject and charged him with Larceny from a building. The subject is accused of stealing a cell phone of an employee from a local store.
Today at 11:45AM a local business owner from Beacon Street called to report they had their cell phone stolen last week from their store. They indicated that a fellow employee was watching the news last night. They saw the story of a store on Beacon Street, were an employee had their cell phone stolen. The story showed a grainy photo of a possible suspect. Having the description of that subject today they went to review their store security video. In the video from last week they see a subject looking very similar to the subject shown on TV last night. Their video actually shows the subject take the phone off the counter. The video was turned over to police. A few hours later around 2:00PM the store employee called to report that they believed the subject from last week seen in the video had shown back up. Police arrived and located the subject out front of the store. Based upon the investigation the subject was placed under arrest, charged with larceny from a building. The investigation is still on going to see if this can be tied to last week’s case and if the subject can be identified as the one in the picture seen on the news. In speaking with the store owners from today they pride themselves with being a family store and proud members of the Brookline Community. They are pleased this had a good outcome, thanks to their employee who had seen the news story. We also give credit to our media partners who ran the story and helped get the word out of the similar past larceny.
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Monday, October 9, 2017
On October 5, 2017, an officer was dispatched to Fuller St. for a report of Malicious Damage to an Automobile. The victim stated her car had been parked on Fuller St. for a little over an hour and when she returned there were key marks on both drivers’ side doors.
Officers responded to New Terrace Rd. for a report of a larceny. The reporting party stated that she had parked her car on Clinton Rd. earlier that day and when she returned, the license plate from the rear of her car had been stolen.
Officers were dispatched to High St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that during the evening of October 3, his bicycle had been stolen from the building’s vestibule.
An officer was dispatched to a business on Commonwealth Ave. for a report of fraud. The manager stated that during the evening of October 6, a man came into the store and purchased items with a counterfeit bill. The incident is under investigation.
An officer was dispatched to St. Paul St. for a report of a past larceny. The victim stated that while walking on Pleasant St. on September 29, a car had pulled beside her and asked for directions. She reported that a female passenger then got out of the car and gave the victim a gold ring before driving away. The victim stated that once the car was gone, she noticed that her necklace was gone and a fake gold chain had been draped over her shoulder.
On October 8, an officer was dispatched to Babcock St. for a larceny report. The reporting party stated that sometime during the last few months items had been stolen from her safe. The matter is under investigation.
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