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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com
Friday, June 28, 2019
Thursday, June 27th
10:21AM: Police were dispatched to a care facility on Babcock Street for a report of an assault and battery. The reporting party was threatened and struck by a man. Officers noticed red marks on the reporting party’s neck. The suspect was arrested for threats to commit a crime, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery on an elderly person.
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Thursday, June 27, 2019
Wednesday, June 26th
5:00AM: Police were dispatched to area Summit Avenue for multiple reports of breaking and entering of motor vehicles. Further investigations showed most of the vehicles were left unsecured. Multiple vehicles had been entered and various items were stolen including loose change. Glove compartments and center consoles were targeted. Many reporting parties found their personal items rummaged through and strewn about the car. This incident occurred sometime between 7:30PM on June 25th and 5AM on June 26th. If you have any information regarding these breaks please report it to 617-730-2222.
12:38PM: Officers responded to a business on Commonwealth Avenue for a report of past shoplifting. The Loss Prevention Employee stated that a man has been shoplifting from the business for the past several months. The reporting party showed police surveillance footage from December 2018 and February 2019 of the man stealing men’s watches. An arrest warrant has been requested for larceny over $1,200.
2:40PM: Police were dispatched to a residence on Boylston Street for a report of a package theft. The reporting party explained that she got an email confirming the delivery of a package at 11AM. When she arrived home at 1PM, there was no package in her vestibule. Police are investigating.
2:49PM: Officers were dispatched to Saint Paul Street for a report of a missing package. The reporting party stated that he purchased an Asus “Chromebook Flip” laptop on April 24th, 2019. The item was supposed to be delivered on April 27th but the reporting party never saw it. The reporting party left town to travel and hoped the package would arrive while he was gone. This incident occurred sometime between April 27th, 2019 and May 13th, 2019. This case is under investigation.
10:34PM: A citizen came to the police station to report malicious damage to his vehicle. The reporting party parked his vehicle at 7AM this morning on Washington Street. At 10AM he noticed several scratch/key marks near his trunk area. Upon close look, the scratch marks resembled a swastika symbol. This case is being investigated.
11:49PM: Police responded to the Pierce School Playground for a report of found property. Upon arrival, the officer found an open black violin case with a Rayburn violin inside. The case and violin were on the ground near the side of the building. The violin is missing its bridge and has only one string remaining. The item has been placed into evidence for safe keeping.
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Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Tuesday, June 25th
2:47AM: Officers were dispatched to Kent Street for a report of a suspicious person. The reporting party witnessed a man trying to gain entry into multiple vehicles. Police were able to locate the suspect. Through a “Show Up ID,” the reporting party was able to confirm the identity of the subject. The man was arrested for trespassing and attempted breaking and entering.
5:54AM: Police responded to a radio call for an attempted breaking and entering on Park Street. The reporting party explained that he woke up around 5AM to the sound of his dog barking in the kitchen. This was odd for his dog so he took it out for a walk. When he returned at 5AM he noticed the window was half way up and a small potted plant was in the parking lot behind his house. The reporting party believes someone was attempting to break in when his dog scared them away. Police are investigating this case.
1:43PM: A citizen turned in found property to an officer near the Saint Mary’s T Stop. The reporting party found a set of keys hooked onto the fence. The key ring has a silver and white cat charm on it. Police have secured this item in a locker for safe keeping.
4:56PM: Officers were dispatched to a residence on Harvard Place for a possible attempted breaking and entering. The reporting party was awoken by a noise outside his apartment at approximately 5:30AM. He went to the bathroom and did not notice anything out of the ordinary. At 7:30AM, when he was leaving for work he noticed his window screen missing. He later found it leaning up against the side of the house. Nothing of value appears to have been taken from the home. This case is under investigation.
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Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Monday, June 24th
9:47AM: Police were dispatched to Griggs Road for a report of malicious damage. The reporting party explained that sometime between 6PM on Sunday, June 23rd, and 10AM on Monday, June 24th someone flattened the tires in both of her vehicles. Officers inspected the vehicles and noticed two flat tires on the first vehicle, and three flat tires on the second vehicle. The reporting party did not know of anyone who had reason to target her property. Police are investigating.
7:10PM: Officers responded to Beacon Street for a report of stolen bicycle wheels. The reporting party explained that he parked his Fuji Absolute bicycle to the bike stand in front of a restaurant at approximately 6:10PM. When he returned at 7PM, the bicycle frame was still locked to the stand but both wheels were missing. This case is being investigated.
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Sunday, June 23rd
11:45AM: Officers were dispatched to Rawson Road for found property. The reporting party was riding a bicycle near Elliot Playground when he located a car key on the ground. He found the Volvo key fob near the path to the Penniman Road extension. Officers attempted to locate the vehicle but were unsuccessful. The car keys are secured in a locker at the police department until someone claims them.
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Saturday, June 22nd
10:38AM: Officers were dispatched to a Café on Station Street for a report of animal disturbance. The reporting party was eating outside with her dog when it began to bark aggressively at another dog passing the table. The two dogs then got into a physical confrontation. The reporting party’s dog had a small laceration on his left ear. Both dogs are registered with the town and updated on their rabies vaccination.
1:37PM: Police responded to a residence on White Place for a report of a package theft. Upon arrival, the reporting party explained that she received an email on June 12th that her package had been delivered. When she arrived home later that day she did not see the package. This case is under investigation.
5:54PM: A citizen came to the station to report a bike larceny. The reporting party stated that at 10AM he secured his bike in the rear of his employment on Station Street. He did not notice the bike was missing until 4:30PM. The bicycle is described as a blue Nishiki Colorado men’s bike but with upgraded components to make it a Shimano Decore XT. This is being investigated.
7:14PM: Officers were dispatched to a residence on Parkway Road for past package thefts. The reporting party had three packages stolen since Thursday, June 20th. The first two packages were delivered on Thursday, June 20th, while the third one was delivered on Friday, June 21st. Police are investigating this case.
7:17PM: Police responded to Glenland Road for a report of an animal bite. The reporting party stated that she was walking her dog on Heath Street when a small white dog appeared from a backyard. The white dog ran over to the reporting party’s dog and a confrontation ensued. After the incident, the reporting party noticed a small bite mark on her dog’s face. Both animals have their rabies vaccination.
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Friday, June 21st
4:10PM: Officers responded to Marion Street for a report of a past bike larceny. The reporting party parked her bicycle on Friday, June 7th, in a parking garage. She used a U-lock to lock her 2012 black “Specialized” Roubaix bicycle. When she returned on June 21st at 4:30PM, both the bicycle and the U-lock were missing. This case is being investigated.
4:20PM: Police were dispatched to an apartment building on Auburn Court for a report of breaking and entering and larceny from a residence. The reporting party explained that the family left the home at approximately 9AM. When they returned at 3:30PM, they found the home to be in disarray. The doors were secured when they left the home this morning. Jewelry and several electronic appliances were taken from the home during the break in. Police are investigating this case.
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Thursday, June 20th
12:58AM: A citizen came to the Police Station to report an animal bite. The reporting party was sitting on a bench outside the Brookline Public Library when he felt a sharp pain in his right foot’s middle toe. He turned his flashlight on and noticed he was bleeding from a puncture wound. He stood up and attempted to locate the animal that possibly bit him but he could not find it. The officer on duty recommended that the man go to the hospital for his injuries. The reporting party was treated by EMS but refused transport to the hospital.
3:42PM: Police responded to a business on Commonwealth for a report of past shoplifting. The Loss Prevention Employee explained that a man has been shoplifting recently. Surveillance cameras show a heavy set white male with a dark beard and mustache entering the store on June 18th. The footage shows the suspect placing a small item into a brown paper bag before exiting the store without paying. The item stolen is a gold Samsung Galaxy men’s Smart Watch valued at $200. Police are investigating.
9:10PM: Officers were dispatched to Commonwealth for a report of shoplifting. The Loss Prevention employee was reviewing surveillance tapes when he noticed a man enter the store at 10:01AM and leave at 10:02AM. Footage from the cameras show the man steal two charcoal colored Ionic Smart Watches. Surveillance shows the suspect leave in a gray or silver sedan. This case is under investigation.
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