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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Sunday, October 7th

3:27 AM- Officers were dispatched to Boylston St for an erratic male operator occupying a white Jeep asleep in the car.  Officers observed the vehicle upon arrival as well as another vehicle behind it with the hazard lights flashing.  The person inside told officers the vehicle in front of him had been stopped for around 6 minutes with the driver asleep inside.  The officer approached the vehicle and observed the driver asleep.  He knocked on the door and window numerous times in an attempt to wake him but could not.  The officer opened the driver’s door and the driver woke up.  After being asked to put the car in park and remove the keys from the ignition the driver reported he had four to five drinks at the Red Sox game.  He was unaware of the time.  The driver failed to complete the field sobriety tests with satisfaction.  A citation was issued for OUI-L and impeded operation.  Criminal charges are pending.

11:30 AM- Officers were dispatched to Thorndike St for a larceny.  The reporting party reported his wife ordered a package.  He received an email that the package was delivered on October 5th around 2:36 PM.  When he went to retrieve the package at 5:00 PM it was not there.  He was not concerned at the time because his neighbor often receives his mail by mistake.  He asked the neighbor if he had received his package by mistake and received a response of no on October 7th and that his neighbor’s package was also missing.  Brookline Police was contacted and both cases are under investigation.

7:50 PM- A report of a bike theft was made on Egmont St.  The reporting party stated he locked his bike up to a pole using a cable lock around 11:00 PM on 10/6/18.  He returned around 11:30 AM on 10/7/18 to find his lock cut and his bike missing from the pole.  The bike is described as a black and orange Mongoose HotShot.  This case is being investigated.

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