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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Tuesday, May 14th

2:00PM: Police were dispatched to Boylston Street for a loud dispute. Upon arrival, officers noticed several scratch marks on the male’s face. He reported that he was walking by a vehicle with his dog when he became involved in a verbal altercation with the female driver. The driver then ran out of the vehicle and struck the man in the face. The female will be summonsed to court for assault and battery.
4:25PM: A citizen came to the police station to report an incident of road rage on Beacon Street and Marion Street. The reporting party told police that at 8AM this morning, he was walking across Marion Street and Park Street when a vehicle did not stop for him. The pedestrian hit the vehicle with his umbrella as it went by. The driver then stopped in the middle of the intersection, got out of the vehicle, and threatened the pedestrian. The driver was charged with threatening to commit a crime. The pedestrian was charged for malicious damage of a vehicle.
4:29PM: Officers were approached by a citizen on Pleasant Street who stated her purse had been stolen. The reporting party was at the Coolidge Corner Library from approximately 3PM to 4PM. She noticed her purse was missing from the children’s room at 4PM. While using the “Find my IPhone” app officers located the purse in a trash can in the bathroom. The reporting party is still missing her white and brown L’arcobaleno wallet. This case is under investigation.
4:46PM: Police were dispatched to a business on Harvard Street for shoplifting and trespassing. Several employees noticed a woman enter the store who had previously been given a “No Trespass” order. The female quickly left the store without approaching a register. Officers located a woman matching the description and found multiple stolen items in her possession. The suspect was arrested for shoplifting and trespassing.
5:30PM: Officers responded to Harvard Street for a report of a past package theft. The reporting party stated that she received a notification from Amazon that her package had been delivered today at 1:38PM. She returned home at 4:38PM but could not locate the package. The missing parcel was left in a vestibule behind a locked door. Police are investigating.
6:30PM: An Officer was on Dean Road when a vehicle passed by him without a registration sticker. A query of the vehicle came back as stolen. The car ran several stop signs before stopping for officers. The man was placed under arrest. He was charged with receiving a stolen vehicle and carrying a dangerous weapon.
10:14PM: Several units were dispatched to the area of Brookline Village for a report of a person threatened with a firearm. The reporting party told police he had just purchased marijuana from a Marijuana dispensary and was walking home. He heard a man in a squeaky bicycle approach him and ask for a cigarette. The reporting party said he did not have one and crossed the street. He then saw the same man again and worried he was being followed. While walking up Davis Avenue he heard the squeaky wheel again. When the reporting party turned around, the suspect appeared to be holding a small pistol and said “give me the weed or I will shoot you.” Officers in the area located the man responsible. He was arrested for attempting armed robbery and resisting arrest.

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