Note to Readers:

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

Thursday, December 1, 2022

November 21, 2022

Monday, November 14

THEFT - Officers responded to Cypress St for a report, where the reporting party shared that equipment was stolen from a residential property after it was left out overnight.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered someone had fraudulently attempted to redeem their frequent flier miles.

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report of an altercation between three individuals after they had begun a verbal argument. The parties involved were summonsed to court.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Commonwealth Av for a report of shoplifting.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered before prior to being cashed.


Tuesday, November 15

GRAFFITI - Officers took a report of new graffiti on Greenough St.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered a false check had been cashed from their account.

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Boylston St. The reporting party shared that they left their vehicle in the driveway overnight and discovered the next morning that their catalytic converter had been stolen.


Wednesday, November 16

MV THEFT - Officers responded to Edgehill Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle unlocked in the driveway and discovered the next morning that it had been stolen. The vehicle has since been recovered.

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered fraudulent charges on their credit card statement.

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they responded to an email claiming they owed funds on PayPal. They were instructed to transfer funds to various unknown individuals through a cash app.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered fraudulent use of their credit card.

NOISE COMPLAINT - Officers were called to Browne St for a report of loud music late at night. The resident was issued a citation.


Thursday, November 17

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. The perpetrator was placed under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated that they received an electronic communication that offered to monitor the web for their social security number and that they suspected it to be fraudulent.

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to Hammond Pond Pk for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicle in a residential parking lot and discovered a few days later that their catalytic converter had been stolen.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a couple  checks and later discovered they had been altered before prior to being cashed.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Chapel St for a report of an altercation between two individuals. A male individual reportedly spat at the victim after a verbal argument. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of damage done to a vehicle that was parked in a lot on Dwight St.

MV THEFT - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicle locked on the street and discovered an hour later that it was missing.


Friday, November 18

THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Kent St. The reporting party stated a male individual snatched their purse while they were walking down the street. The purse has since been recovered.

GRAFFITI - Officers took a report of new graffiti that was found on Harvard St.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they received a package they had not ordered and contacted the return address. The individual on the phone requested identifying information, as well as a money transfer to resolve the issue.


Saturday, November 19

THEFT - Officers responded to a report of theft that occurred on Centre St. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered a false check had been cashed from their account.


Sunday, November 20

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to Mason Tr for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicle in their driveway and discovered the next morning that their catalytic converter had been stolen.

Tuesday, November 29, 2022

November 28, 2022

Monday, November 21

BIKE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Washington St. The reporting party shared that they secured their bike inside the lobby of a building and discovered a few days later that it had been stolen.

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they received a call from an individual asking to confirm identifying personal information.

THEFT - Officers were called to Independence Dr for a report, where the reporting party shared the license plate was stolen from their vehicle, which was left parked in their driveway.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. The perpetrator was summonsed to court. 


Tuesday, November 22

MV THEFT - Officers were called to Commonwealth Av for a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered their vehicle had been stolen from a commercial property. The vehicle has since been recovered and the perpetrator was summonsed to court.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Thornton Rd. The reporting party stated they received notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it a few hours later, the package was gone.

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers responded to Clarke Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicle in the driveway and discovered a few hours later that the catalytic converter had been stolen.


Wednesday, November 23

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Village Way. The reporting party stated they received notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was gone.

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of suspicious activity. Officers discovered an incident of breaking and entering and damage done to a building.


Friday, November 25

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Harvard St. The reporting party stated they received notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it a few hours later, the package was gone.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.


Saturday, November 26

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Littell Rd for a report, where the reporting party stated that they had secured their bike to the front door and discovered a few hours later that it had been stolen.


Sunday, November 27

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Sewall Av. The reporting party stated they found several packages opened and emptied in an unsecured lobby.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers responded to Stedman St for a report, where the reporting party stated a male individual walked up to the rear of multiple residences before leaving the area early in the morning.

BIKE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Green St. The reporting party stated that they had secured their bike in a courtyard and discovered the next day that it had been stolen.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers were called to Columbia St for a report, where the reporting party stated they witnessed a male individual looking into the window of a vehicle. No entry was made.

Tuesday, November 22, 2022

November 14, 2022

Monday, November 7

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of damage done to a barricade on Washington St.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of damage done to a parking structure on Brookline Pl.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of graffiti done to a statue on Beacon St.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers took a report of individual who took packages from Beacon St. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report of shoplifting. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.


Tuesday, November 8

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Egmont St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicle unlocked on the street overnight and discovered in the morning that it had been rummaged through and property was missing.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of graffiti done to a wall on Beacon St.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of graffiti done to a statue on Harvard St.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered before prior to being cashed.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers were called to Browne St for a report of a suspicious male individual looking in windows. 

BUGLARY - Officers responded to Harvard Av for a report of a breaking and entering. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they called a number from a pop-up alert and were told they had been hacked. The perpetrator stated that, in order to resolve the problem, the victim had to purchase gift cards and provide the serial numbers.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers responded to Harvard St for suspicious individuals loitering in a store.


Wednesday, November 9

BAT EXPOSURE - Officers took a report Summit Av, where the reporting party stated they found a bat living in their residence.

GRAFFITI - Officers took a repot of graffiti found on Harvard St.

MAIL THEFT - Officers were called to Egmont St for a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered their mail had been ripped open.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Dummer St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle unlocked overnight and discovered the next morning that it had been rummaged through.

SUPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers took a report of a suspicious motor vehicle in the area of Harvard St.


Thursday, November 10

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received confirmation that a package was delivered, but when they went to collect it, the package was gone.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Toxteth St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received confirmation that a package was delivered, but when they went to collect it, the package was gone.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed checks and later discovered they had been altered prior to being cashed.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered a fraudulent check had been cashed from their account.


Friday, November 11

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Euston St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received confirmation that a package was delivered, but when they went to collect it, the package was gone.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers took a report of shoplifting that occurred on Washington St.


Saturday, November 12

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed checks and later discovered they had been altered prior to being cashed.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Kent St for a report of an altercation between two parties. The victim stated a male individual struck them after they were attempting to park on the street. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.


Sunday, November 13

NOISE VIOLATION - Officers were called to Freeman St for a report of a loud party. The resident was issued a citation.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers took a report of shoplifting that occurred on Harvard St.

Monday, November 14, 2022

November 7, 2022

Monday, October 31

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of graffiti that was discovered on Washington St.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they received a text message that there was fraudulent activity on their bank account and asked to verify the account information. The victim later discovered a new account had been opened in their name.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Powell St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their bike secured to a fence overnight and discovered the next morning that it had been stolen.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered before being cashed.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered before being cashed.

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered someone had fraudulently filed for unemployment using their personal information.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of damage done a residence on Griggs Rd.


Tuesday, November 1

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Harvard Av for a report of an attempted car break. The reporting party shared that they observed an unknown individual look into windows and open doors of multiple vehicles that were left in a parking lot overnight. 

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Stedman St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they received a notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was gone.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Littell Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicles unlocked in the driveway overnight and discovered the next morning that they had been rummaged through and property was missing.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Harvard Av for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicle unlocked in a residential parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that it had been rummaged through.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Alton Ct for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicle unlocked in a residential parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that it had been rummaged through.

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report, where the victim stated an individual grabbed them by the arm and then fled the area without further incident. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.


Wednesday, November 2

DISORDLY PERSON - Officers responded to the area of Brookline Village for a report of an individual causing a disturbance in a parking lot. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered fraudulent activity on their bank account.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they lost their credit card and later discovered fraudulent activity on their account.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Commonwealth Av for a report, where the reporting party shared that an individual had entered an unlocked vehicle left in a parking lot overnight.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Browne St for a report, where the reporting party stated they received a notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers were called to the area of Newton St and Princeton Rd for a report of a dog bite. The reporting party stated they were walking their dog when two loose dogs ran up and attacked them. The owner was issued a citation.


Thursday, November 3

MOPED THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft, where the reporting party stated that their motorized scooter was left unsecured on the street over the course of a few days and that they later discovered it was missing.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Aspinwall Av for a report of shoplifting. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they were contacted by an individual who claimed to be from Xfinity. The person stated that, in order to claim a discount on Xfinity's services, they would need to be paid in gift cards.

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Parkman St for a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered someone had attempted to forcibly gain entry to their residence.


Friday, November 4

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered fraudulent activity on their bank account.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check that they later discovered was altered before being cashed.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered someone had fraudulently accessed their airline account.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Littell Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their bike unsecured to a bike rack and returned a few days later to discover it was missing.

ROBBERY - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of a robbery. The suspect was summonsed to court.


Saturday, November 5

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of an individual shoplifting.


Sunday, November 6

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their bike secured to a street sign and discovered a few days later that it was missing.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Lowell Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left two bicycles in an unsecured garage and discovered a few weeks later that they were missing.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of graffiti done to a motor vehicle parked on Thornton Rd.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of an altercation between two individuals. Both parties involved were summonsed to court.

Tuesday, November 1, 2022

October 31, 2022

Monday, October 24

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to Egmont St for a report, where the reporting party stated they woke up to a loud sound outside and discovered individuals stealing catalytic converters from vehicles on the street.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of damage done to a store window on Commonwealth Av.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Euston St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received confirmation of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared that a male individual became agitated in the store and left without paying for an item. The matter has been settled.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Freeman St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they received a package, but when they went to collect it, the contents had been removed from the box.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers took a report of shoplifting that occurred on Harvard St.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of keying done to a motor vehicle that was parked on Egmont St.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Netherlands Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared they received confirmation of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of damage done to a wall on St Marys Ct.

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to Green St for a report, where the reporting party stated they left their vehicle in a residential parking lot and discovered a week later that the catalytic converter had been stolen.

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received a phone call that appeared to be from the bank's fraud line. The suspect claimed to be a bank employee and asked for personal identifying information.


Tuesday, October 25

SHOPLIFTING - Officers took a report of shoplifting that occurred on Harvard St.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered fraudulent checks had been cashed from their account.

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated an individual tried to make a withdrawal using a false ID.

FRAUD - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party stated two individuals made a fraudulent cash deposit.

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they received a phone call from an individual who claimed to be from Eversource. The suspect stated there were outstanding bills on their account and requested payment in gift cards.


Wednesday, October 26

FORGERY - Officers took a report, where the reporting party discovered forged checks had been cashed from their account.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Colchester St for a report, where the reporting party stated they left their vehicle in the driveway unlocked and discovered the next morning that it had been rummaged through and property was missing.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered before being cashed.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Kent St for a report of an incident between a parking enforcement officer and a male individual. He became agitated after being issued a parking ticket and swung at the officer. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.


Thursday, October 27

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received a call from an individual claiming to be a representative of a utilities company. The suspect requested payment through gift cards or their services would be shut off.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party received communication about a recent unauthorized purchase. An individual claiming to be a representative of PayPal refunded a higher amount then requested payment in gift cards to resolve the issue.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party was alerted to an attempt to cash fraudulent checks.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Monmouth Ct for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle on the street overnight and discovered the next morning that property was missing.


Friday, October 28

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle unlocked on the street and discovered a few days later that property had been stolen.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party shared that an unknown male individual was rifling through packages and trespassing in a residential building. The suspect was identified and summonsed to court.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reported party shared they received a call from an individual who claimed to be from the Department of Homeland Security and stated that there was a warrant out for their arrest. The suspect demanded payment in order to resolve the issue.

THEFT - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered property had been removed from their residence on Dwight St.


Saturday, October 29

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to Babcock St for a report, where the reporting party stated they left their vehicle in a residential lot and discovered a few weeks later that the catalytic converter had been removed.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Coolidge St for a report of a breaking and entering of a residence.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared a male individual was trespassing overnight on Brook St. The suspect was identified and summonsed to court.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers took a report of shoplifting that occurred on Harvard St.

DISORDERLY PERSON - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of a dispute between two parties due to parking violations. One individual was summonsed to court.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Cypress St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was gone.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party stated they secured their bike in a garage and discovered a week later that it was gone.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers took a report of a suspicious male individual. The suspect was seen attempting to open a front door and ran away when confronted.


Sunday, October 30

THEFT - Officers responded to Russett Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered property was missing from a site under construction.

ROBBERY - Officers were called to TJ Maxx on Harvard St for a robbery that had jut occurred and possible hazmat situation. The investigation revealed that a female fled the store with stolen items. As she was attempting to exit the store, she was observed by an employee to have a cannister in her hand. She sprayed the entry way behind her with what is believed to be pepper spray. The suspect fled with a male suspect in a medium sized black pickup truck Southbound on Harvard St toward Coolidge Corner. Several customers and staff members complained of having respiratory issues from the pepper spray being released in the store. EMS was activated and multiple people were treated on scene. Two people were transported to an area hospital in an abundance of caution. There is no further information at this time.


Monday, October 24, 2022

October 24, 2022

Monday, October 17

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Stearns Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared that they received an alert of a delivery. When they went to collect it, the box had been opened and the contents removed.

GRAFFITI - Officers took a report of new graffiti that appeared on Harvard St.


Tuesday, October 18

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered fraudulent checks had been cashed from their accounts.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered that it had been altered before being cashed.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party stated a customer became confrontational while in the store, grabbed merchandise, then left without paying.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered before being cashed.

BIKE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Beacon St. The reporting party shared that they secured their bike to a bike rack and returned a few hours later to discover it had been stolen.


Wednesday, October 19

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of an animal bite that occurred at Brookline Ave Park. The reporting party shared that their dog was running off leash when another dog bit and chased after theirs.

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of an animal bite that occurred on Pond Av. The reporting party stated they were bit by a dog when they went to pet it.

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Gibbs St. The reporting party shared that they left their moped unsecured on the lawn for an hour and later discovered it had been stolen. The moped has since been recovered.

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered someone had fraudulently filed for unemployment using their personal information.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Pleasant St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received a notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed checks and later discovered they had been altered before being cashed

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Kenwood St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their bicycle in the foyer unsecured for a few hours and returned to discover it had been stolen.

NOISE VIOLATION - Officers were called to Brook St for a report of a loud party late at night. The resident was issued a citation.


Thursday, October 20

FORGERY - Officers took a report, where the reporting party discovered a forged check had been cashed from their account.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers took a report of shoplifting that occurred on Harvard St.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers responded to Freeman St for a report of a suspicious individual. The reporting party stated a male individual was looking into windows and walking through private parking lots.


Friday, October 21

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered someone had fraudulently filed for unemployment using their personal information.

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they were walking in Brookline Av Park when they came across an unleashed dog. The dog bit them, and the owner was issued a citation.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for report of shoplifting.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for report of shoplifting.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for report of shoplifting. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.


Saturday, October 22

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Pleasant St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received a notification of a delivery. When they went to collect it, the contents had been stolen from the package.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to White Pl for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle unlocked in the driveway overnight and discovered in the morning it had been rummaged through and property was missing.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to White Pl for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle unlocked in the driveway overnight and discovered in the morning it had been rummaged through and property was missing.


Sunday, October 23

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Egmont St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received a notification of a delivery. When they went to collect it an hour later, the package had been stolen.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated an individual used false documentation to make a cash withdrawal. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Naples Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared they left left their bike secured to a street sign and returned a few days later to discover it had been stolen.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers were called to Carlton St for a report, where the reporting party shared they parked their vehicle on the street and returned an hour later to discover someone had thrown a brick through the window.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Babcock St for a report, where an individual was maliciously damaging a motor vehicle. When the victim confronted him, the suspect struck them on the leg. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.


Wednesday, October 19, 2022

October 17, 2022

Monday, October 10

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to St Paul St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle unlocked in a parking lot overnight. They discovered in the morning that someone had entered and rummaged through the vehicle.

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered someone had fraudulently filed for unemployment using their personal information.


Tuesday, October 11

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered and cashed.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Stetson St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was gone.

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered someone had fraudulently filed for unemployment using their personal information.

LARCENY - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of a theft. The reporting party shared that they left their purse unattended for a few minutes and returned to find that it had been stolen.


Wednesday, October 12

LARCENY - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party shared that private property had been stolen from their residence.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered and then cashed.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers took a report of shoplifting that occurred on Harvard St.


Thursday, October 13

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers were called to Monmouth Ct for a report of a suspicious individual. The reporting party shared that a male individual had attempted to gain entry to a residential building.

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of a dog bite that occurred in the area of Babcock St and Pleasant St. The reporting party shared that they were walking down the street when a dog on a leash bit them in the leg.

SUPSICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers responded to Orchard Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared a male individual was walking through their backyard in the early morning.


Saturday, October 15

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to the area of Egmont St and St Paul St for a report of an individual taking packages from porches. The suspect was apprehended and placed under arrest.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered that it had been altered and then cashed.


Sunday, October 16

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Tappan St for a report of a breaking of entry of a residence.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Woodland Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their vehicle unlocked in the driveway overnight and discovered the next morning that property had been stolen.

Thursday, October 13, 2022

October 3, 2022

Monday, September 26

ROBBERY - Officers responded to a hold up alarm at the Brookline Bank located at 2 Harvard Square in Brookline. Multiple units were dispatched to the bank and to the surrounding area. The suspect passed a note demanding money. No weapon was shown. On 9/27, the suspect was located and placed under arrest.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered someone had fraudulently filed for unemployment using their personal information.

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of a dog bite that occurred at Corey Hill Park. The reporting party stated they were walking their dog in the park when another dog became aggressive and bit theirs.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party was inquiring about an apartment online but later discovered that the listing was false after the owner requested additional funds.


Tuesday, September 27

ASSAULT - The suspect of the bank robbery, which occurred on 9/26, was located in front of 99 Harvard Street by an officer who recognized him and knew of his active arrest warrant. When officers attempted to place the suspect into custody, he punched one officer in the face and assaulted a second officer. The suspect was ultimately subdued and taken into custody. Both officers suffered minor injuries and were sent to an area hospital for an evaluation and have since been released.


Wednesday, September 28

LARCENY - Officers were called to Babcock St for a report, where the reporting party shared they secured their bike in a garage overnight and discovered the next morning that the wheels had been stolen.


Thursday, September 29

MOPED THEFT - Officers responded to Holly Ln for a report, where the reporting party shared they secured their motorized scooter in a parking lot for a few hours and returned to discover it was missing.

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to Park St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle in a parking lot over night and discovered the next morning that the catalytic converter had been removed.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered fraudulent purchases were made on their Amazon account.


Friday, September 30

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered someone had fraudulently filed for unemployment using their personal information.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to the area of Washington St and Davis Av for a report of an individual with a firearm. The reporting party shared a male individual approached them after an incident of road rage and appeared to be in possession of a firearm. 

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Commonwealth Av for a report of shoplifting.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Commonwealth Av for a report of shoplifting.


Saturday, October 1

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to new graffiti found on Beacon St.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they witnessed an individual do physical damage to a vehicle parked on Beacon St.

LARCENY - Officers were called to Harvard Sq for a report of a theft. The reporting party shared that they left their cellphone unattended and later discovered it was missing.


Sunday, October 2

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Walnut St for a report, where the reporting party stated they left their bike in a garage overnight and returned in the morning to discover it had been stolen.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they were advised to invest in crypto currency but realized it was a scam when the company requested additional funds to pay for taxes.

LARCENY - Officers were called to Vernon St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their purse in a rideshare car and later received alerts for fraudulent activity on their bank account.


Tuesday, October 11, 2022

October 10, 2022

Monday, October 3

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of an animal bite that occurred at Griggs Park. The reporting party shared they were walking their dog in the park when another dog attacked theirs. 

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to St Paul St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle in a parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that the catalytic converter had been removed.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered someone had fraudulently filed for unemployment using their personal information.


Tuesday, October 4

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Commonwealth Av for a report of shoplifting. The suspect was summonsed to court.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle on Kent St and later discovered that the side mirror had been removed.


Wednesday, October 5

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Marion St for a report, where the reporting party shared that a package was delivered, but when they went to collect it, the contents had been stolen.


Thursday, October 6

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they mailed a check and later discovered it was altered then cashed.

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers responded to St Paul St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle on the street overnight and discovered the next morning that the catalytic converter was stolen.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Winthrop Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their bike in a shared basement overnight and discovered the next morning it was missing.

LARCENY - Officers responded to Egmont St for a report, where the reporting party shared that lawn furniture had been stolen from their residence in the afternoon.

LARCENY - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Beacon St. The reporting party shared they left their phone and wallet in an office and discovered later that they had been stolen.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Washington St. The reporting party shared that they received notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Winthrop Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their bike in a shared basement for a few months and discovered it was missing.


Friday, October 7

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Summit Av for a report, where the reporting party stated they received notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.


Saturday, October 8

SHOPLIFTING - Officers took a report of shoplifting that occurred on Harvard St.


Sunday, October 9

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered fraudulent activity on their bank account.


Wednesday, September 28, 2022

September 26, 2022

Monday, September 19

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers were called to Monmouth St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their moped unsecured for half an hour and returned to discover it was missing.

MV THEFT - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party stated they left their vehicle running on the street and discovered a few minutes later that it had been stolen.


Tuesday, September 20

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Pleasant St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received notification of a delivery. When they went to collect it, the package was missing from the unsecured lobby.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they mailed a check but later discovered it was altered and cashed.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they mailed a couple checks but later discovered they were altered and attempted to be cashed.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, of shoplifting. The reporting party stated they witnessed a male individual leave the store without paying for merchandise. The perpetrator was apprehended and placed under arrest.


Wednesday, September 21

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Harvard AV for a report of a breaking and entering. The reporting party stated they discovered a male individual had entered their vehicle, which was left unlocked in a parking lot, in the early morning and broken into another.

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of a dog bite that occurred at Griggs Park. The reporting party shared they were walking their dog when an off-leash dog ran up and bit the other. The owner was issued a by-law citation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Pleasant St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received confirmation for a delivery, but the package was gone when they went to retrieve it.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers took a report of a suspicious individual possibly carrying a firearm on High St. The matter has been resolved.


Thursday, September 22

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - Officers were called to Regent Cr. The reporting party stated someone had attempted to gain entry to their residence.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Centre St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received confirmation of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.

ID FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they were alerted to a fraudulent tax return transaction.

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered a fraudulent check had been cashed from their account.


Friday, September 23

ASSAULT - A male individual came to the police station to recover property, but when officers were unable to assist him, he became assaultive and began acting erratically. He was placed under arrest.

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Dwight St for a report of a conflict between two parties. An individual began acting aggressively when approached by another party and struck them. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.

 

Sunday, September 25

CHECK FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they mailed a couple checks but later discovered they were altered and attempted to be cashed.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report, where the victim reported a male individual was acting erratically and grabbed them by the hair. 

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Aston Rd for a report of a breaking and entering.

Thursday, September 22, 2022

September 19, 2022

Monday, September 12

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that an individual transferred money from their bank account without their prior knowledge or consent.

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to new graffiti found on Beacon St.

THEFT - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered a fraudulent check was cashed from their bank account.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Toxteth St for a report of a theft. The reporting party shared that they left their bike in a garage overnight and returned in the morning to discover it was missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where they reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered and cashed. 


Tuesday, September 13

THEFT - Officers took a report, where the reporting party discovered that property had been removed from their residence without their permission.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Winchester St for a report of a breaking and entering. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to High St for a report, where the reporting party shared a male individual had rummaged through their vehicle, which was left unlocked in their driveway. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

ATTEMPTED THEFT - Officers responded to High St for a report, where the reporting party shared someone had attempted to steal their motorized scooters, which were secured to a bike rack overnight. The mopeds were recovered and returned to the proper owners. 


Wednesday, September 14

MV THEFT - Officers were called to High St for a report, where the reporting party shared that their vehicle, which was left unlocked with the keys inside, was stolen overnight. The vehicle has been recovered, and the individual was summonsed to court.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Monmouth St for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they stored their bike in their garage overnight and returned in the morning to find that it was missing. 

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party shared they received confirmation of a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.

MALICOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of malicious damage done do a motor vehicle as a result of an incident of road rage.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared they observed a male individual place merchandise in a reusable bag then leave the premises without paying.

BURGLARY - Officers were called to University Rd for a report of a breaking and entering.


Thursday, September 15

BURGLARY - Officers responded to St Paul St for a report of a car break and breaking and entering.

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers were called to Walnut St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their motorized scooter in a parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that it was missing.

THEFT - Officers responded to Washington St for a report, where the reporting party shared a male individual had attempted to remove items from private property. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.

ANIMAL BITE - Officers took a report of a dog bite that occurred at Amory Park. The reporting party stated a dog approached theirs and attacked after a brief interaction. 

ASSAULT - Officers were called to the area of Alberta Rd and South St for a report of an individual with a firearm. The reporting party stated they pulled up next to another vehicle, and the operator brandished a firearm and then fled the scene without further incident.

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers took a report of a motorized scooter theft that occurred on Beacon St. The perpetrator was apprehended after driving erratically and placed under arrest.


Friday, September 16

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of a breaking and entering.

ASSAULT - Officers took a report of an incident of road rage that occurred in the area of Cypress St and Boylston St. The reporting party shared that a motorist was driving aggressively and that they jumped on the victim's vehicle. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Hamilton Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared they received notification of a delivery. When they went to collect it, they discovered that the contents had been stolen from the packaging.

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of a dog bite that occurred at Robinson Playground. The reporting party stated they were walking their dog, when two off-leashed dogs approached them. One ran up to them and bit theirs on the neck.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they mailed checks and later discovered they were altered prior to being cashed.

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers took a report of a motorized scooter theft. The perpetrator was apprehended after driving erratically and placed under arrest.


Saturday, September 17

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered someone had cashed a fraudulent check linked to their bank account.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they mailed a check and later discovered someone had altered and then attempted to cash it.

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers responded to School St for a report, where the reporting party shared they secured their motorized scooter in a parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that the moped had been stolen.

THEFT - Officers were called to Commonwealth Av for a report, where the reporting party stated they stored their backpack in an unsecured locker and returned an hour later to discover it had been stolen.

THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Davis Av, where the reporting party shared that private property had been stolen overnight.


Sunday, September 18

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Columbia St for a report, where the reporting party shared they had stored their bikes under the porch of their residence overnight and discovered they had been stolen.

Wednesday, September 14, 2022

September 12, 2022

Monday, September 5

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Chestnut St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they witnessed a male individual take their bicycle, which had been left out on the porch in the morning.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they witnessed a male individual fill a bag with store merchandise then leave without paying. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.


Tuesday, September 6

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Cypress St for a report of a breaking and entering. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle parked on the street overnight and discovered in the morning that the windows had been smashed and that property was missing.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Winchester St for a report, where the reporting party shared they had locked three bicycles outside their residence and returned later in the day to discover the lock was broken and the bikes were gone.


Thursday, September 8

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they received a call from an individual alleging to be from Chase bank. The perpetrator claimed they discovered fraudulent activity on their account, stated they were sending a text with an authorization code, and asked for the code. The victim later found fraudulent charges to their account.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Pleasant St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they received confirmation of a delivery, but the package was gone when they went to collect it.

FRAUD - Officers took a report of check fraud. The reporting party stated they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered and then cashed.

FRAUD - Officers took a report of check fraud. The reporting party stated they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered and then cashed.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered fraudulent charges made on their credit card.

ANIMAL BITE - Officers took a report of a dog bite incident. The reporting party stated they were at Lards Anderson Park and their dog was playing with others, when another dog became aggressive and bit theirs.


Friday, September 9

FRAUD - Officers took a report of check fraud. The reporting party stated they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered and then cashed.


Saturday, September 10

THEFT - Officers responded to Freeman St for a report, where the reporting party stated they left a box in the hallway and later discovered that it was not collected by the intended recipient.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Babcock St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they received confirmation of a delivery, but when they went to collect it a few hours later, the package was gone.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party stated they witnessed an individual place store merchandise into a reusable bag then leave the store without paying.


Sunday, September 11

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers responded to High St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle in a parking lot and discovered the catalytic converter had been stolen.

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

September 5, 2022

Monday, August 29

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Bartlett Cr for a report of an altercation between two individuals. The two individuals were arguing, and one of them shoved the other in the chest. The aggressor was summonsed to court.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Brington Rd for a report of a burglary. The reporting party stated they discovered someone had entered their residence overnight and stolen property.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received an email from an acquaintance asking for payment in gift cards. The email then provided bank information and asked for payment through false pretenses.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers were alerted to an incident, where the reporting party discovered their vehicle had been spray painted while parked in a parking lot overnight.


Wednesday, August 31

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers were called to Lowell Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered the window of their vehicle had been smashed.


Thursday, September 1

THEFT - Officers responded to Coolidge St for a report, where the reporting party stated they left a various items unattended on the front porch of their residence building and returned a few minutes later to discover they were missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered a check, which they had mailed, was altered and attempted to be cashed.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Chestnut St for a theft report. The reporting party stated that several packages had been delivered to their residence and were left on the porch, but when they went to collect them a few hours later, they were gone.

THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Winchester St. The reporting party stated they forgot their purse in a bathroom and later discovered that property was missing.


Friday, September 2

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they were walking their dog at Fisher Hill Reservoir Park when they were approached by an off-leash dog, that began growling and biting their own.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received a letter indicating that someone had fraudulently filed for an unemployment claim using their information.

THEFT - Officers responded to Warren Field for a report, where the reporting party stated they had left their car keys unattended and discovered an hour later that they were missing.


Saturday, September 3

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they secured their bike to a bike rack but returned a few minutes later to discover it was missing.

THEFT - Officers responded to Brookline Av for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their computer in an unsecured room. They returned an hour later to discover it was missing.


Sunday, September 4

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Fairmount St for a report of a burglary. The reporting party stated they had been away for a few days and returned to find the house had been rummaged through and property missing.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Randolph Rd for a report of a burglary. The reporting party stated they went away for a few days and returned to find that the house had been rummaged through and property was missing.

Tuesday, August 30, 2022

August 29, 2022

Monday, August 22

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Reservoir La for a report, where the reporting party shared that they stored their bike in the garage and returned a week later to discover it was missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they received notification that fraudulent information had been added to their personal identifying information.

THEFT - Officers responded to Francis St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they left their motorized scooter on the front lawn and returned a few days later to discover it was missing.


Tuesday, August 23

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Boylston St for a report of a burglary. The matter is under investigation.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Thornton Rd for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle unlocked in the driveway overnight and discovered the next morning that the registration and license plates had been removed. 

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they received an email from someone claiming to be an acquaintance requesting that they purchase a series of gift cards and provide the information.


Wednesday, August 24

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Boylston St for a report of a burglary. The matter is under investigation.

SCAM - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they received a call alleging that their Xfinity account qualified for a promotion and that they needed to purchase various gift cards and provide the information to initiate it.

THEFT - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party stated they left behind their backpack after a man approached them and began behaving erratically. When they returned a few minutes later, the backpack was missing.


Thursday, August 25

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that a check they had sent did not make it to the intended recipient and that the information had been altered.

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Westbourne Tr for a report of an altercation between two individuals. A male motorist confronted the victim, after they had honked their horn at him. He struck them then continued to act erratically. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.


Friday, August 26

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party shared they locked their bike outside for a few hours and returned to discover it was missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party discovered someone had attempted to fill out a change of address for their mail.


Saturday, August 27

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Park Vale for a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered that two packages had been delivered to an unsecured vestibule and had been opened. The contents of one of the packages were missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated a male individual paid for services with fake US currency.

THEFT - Officers were called to Kilsyth Rd for a report, where the reporting party stated they left a stroller in an unsecured vestibule overnight and returned the next morning to discover it was missing.

MV THEFT - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle running and unlocked in the street. They returned fifteen minutes later to discover it was missing.


Sunday, August 28

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received a text message stating a package was placed on hold and to follow a link to rectify the situation. The website requested personal information, and the victim later discovered fraudulent charges on their bank account. 

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Cutler La for a report of a burglary. The reporting party stated they returned home after a few days to discover their residence had been broken into and property was missing. 


Wednesday, August 24, 2022

August 22, 2022

Monday, August 15

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered a check, which they had mailed, was altered and attempted to be cashed.

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to graffiti that was discovered on Beacon St. 

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated they witnessed a male individual place merchandise into a suitcase, then leave the store without paying. The perpetrator was apprehended and placed under arrest.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Greenway Ct for a report, where the reporting party shared they stored their bike in a secured storage area and discovered a month later that it had been stolen.

ASSAULT - Officers were called to the area of Beacon St for a report of an individual firing a BB gun at pedestrians. Victims stated they were struck by the pellets as they walked down the street. 

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they purchased an item online but have not received it. 


Tuesday, August 16

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they left their vehicle on the street for a few days and returned to discover several scratches on the sides. 

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to graffiti discovered on Browne St. 

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they were searching for an apartment online and sent in a deposit for a listing, that turned out to be fraudulent.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Centre St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they stored their bike in an unlocked garage and returned an hour later to discover it had been stolen.


Wednesday, August 17

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered that someone had attempted to use their information to purchase a new cell phone and that there had been other fraudulent transactions on their bank account. 

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Washington St for a report, where the reporting party stated multiple individuals had placed merchandise in reusable bags, then left the store without paying.

THEFT - Officers responded to Meadowbrook Rd for a report, where the reporting party shared they stored items in an unsecured shed and discovered a few weeks later that they had been stolen.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of malicious damage that occurred on Babcock St. The reporting party stated a group of young individuals were yelling and broke a window late in the evening then fled the scene.

PACKAGE THEFT  - Officers were called to Sewall Av for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated the contents of a delivery had been stolen.


Thursday, August 18

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received a bill for an account that had been fraudulently created using their information.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered fraudulent charges made on their bank cards.


Friday, August 19

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Euston St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they locked their bike to a sign post and returned the next morning to discover that it had been stolen.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered a hole in the window of their vehicle.


Sunday, August 21

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Stedman St for a report, where the reporting party shared they left their bike unsecured on the sidewalk and returned a few minutes later to discover it had been stolen.


Thursday, August 18, 2022

August 15, 2022

Monday, August 8

ASSAULT - Officers responded to the area of Beacon St and Kilsyth Rd for a report of a individual harassing multiple people. The male individual verbally assaulted and spit on multiple people in the area. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that fireworks had been set off in Skyline Park, causing damage to the field.  It is believed to have happened sometime over the weekend.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the victim stated they discovered someone had used their taxpayer identification number.

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Abbottsford Rd for a report of suspicious activity. The reporting party stated they discovered damage done to the door of their residence but no entry was made.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Babcock St for a report of a suspicious person. The reporting party witnessed an unidentified male individual try to gain access to the inner door of a residential building. No entry was made.


Tuesday, August 9

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to High St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle in a parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that the catalytic converter had been stolen.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers were alerted to graffiti that was found on Muddy River Path.

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers responded to Boylston St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle in a parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that the catalytic converter had been stolen.

THEFT - Officers took a report of theft. The reporting party stated an individual fraudulently wrote and cashed a check.


Wednesday, August 10

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to new graffiti that was found on Newton St.

LARCENY - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that mail that was scheduled to be delivered never arrived at the intended address.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received email confirmation of a purchase that they had not authorized and was made fraudulently.

LARCENY - Officers responded to Ashville Rd for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they stored their personal items in an unsecured room and returned a few hours later to discover their wallet had been stolen. 

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Egmont St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they secured their bike to the front of their residence and returned a few days later to discover it had been stolen.


Thursday, August 11

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers responded to High St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they secured their motorized scooter behind their residence and returned the next day to discover it was missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they were selling an item through an online platform and were in contact with an individual, who overpaid then requested additional payments in order to cover fraudulent fees. 


Friday, August 12

MV THEFT - Officers were called to Williams St for a report of a motor vehicle theft. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle, unlocked and with the keys inside, in the driveway overnight and discovered in the morning that it had been stolen.

LARCENY - Officers responded to Kendall St for a report, where the reporting party shared money had been stolen overnight. 

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to Green St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle in a parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that the catalytic converter had been stolen.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Babcock St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle unlocked in a parking lot overnight and returned the next morning to discover that it had been rummaged through.


Saturday, August 13

FOUND PROPERTY - A child's backpack was found on Washington St and was taken to the station for safekeeping. 

FOUND PROPERTY - A phone was found in the area of Beacon St and Pleasant St and was taken to the station for safekeeping. 


Sunday, August 14

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they used a link to contact a help desk and that the fraudulent representative requested their password and account information in order to rectify the problem. They later discovered fraudulent charges made to their account.

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers were called to Juniper St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle in a parking lot overnight and discovered the next morning that the catalytic converter had been stolen.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers were alerted to damage done to the exterior of a building on Harvard St.




Monday, August 8, 2022

August 8, 2022

Monday, August 1

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers took a report of package thefts that occurred on Marion St. The packages were reportedly delivered in the afternoon and have since been recovered.

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to vandalism that occurred on Harvard St. Two individuals attempted to write on town property but fled when confronted.

 

Tuesday, August 2

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of a burglary. The reporting party stated a male individual broke through the front door of a store and stole property.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Dummer St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle unlocked on the street overnight and returned the next morning to discover property was missing.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Babcock St for a report, where the reporting party stared a male individual had grown upset and struck the victim multiple times in the face. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.

ANIMAL DISTURBANCE - Officers took a report of a dog attack that occurred at Harry Downes Field. The reporting party shared they let their dog run off-leash at the park, where they encountered another off-leash dog, that acted aggressively and attacked the other one. 


Wednesday, August 3

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to new graffiti that appeared overnight on Kilsyth Rd.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard Av for a report, where the reporting party shared they witnessed an individual conceal merchandise in a reusable bag then attempt to leave without paying. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.


Thursday, August 4

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party shared they witnessed an individual attempt to leave without paying for an item in their possession. The perpetrator was placed under arrest.

THEFT - Officers responded to Rangeley Rd for a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered a piece of property was stolen from their residence.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to St Paul St for a report, where the reporting party stated a delivery was left on the front steps of their residence, but when they returned a few hours later to collect it, the package was gone.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they discovered an individual had attempted to use someone else's identification in order to gain access to bank information.

THEFT - Officers responded to Commonwealth Av for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they left their wallet in an unsecured locker and returned an hour later to discover it was missing.


Friday, August 5

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Longwood Av for a report, where the reporting party stated they received notification of a delivery, but when they returned a few days later to collect it, the package was gone.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered someone had filed for unemployment under their name.

THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Commonwealth AV. The reporting party stated they stored their backpack in an unsecured locker and returned an hour later to discover their phone, wallet and keys had been stolen.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON - Officers took a report of a suspicious person on Winchester St. The reporting person stated an unknown individual had attempted to open their front door in the afternoon then rummaged through their mailbox.


Saturday, August 6

THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Babcock St. The reporting party stated the suspect entered their bedroom and stole property. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Browne St for a report, where the reporting party shared they had left their bicycle in the back yard for fifteen minutes in the morning and returned to discover that it was gone.

BIKE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Marion St. The reporting party stated they secured their bike to a bike rack in the early afternoon and returned that night to discover it was missing.

BIKE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Harvard St. The reporting party stated they secured their bike to a bike rack in the evening and returned an hour and a half later to discover it was missing.


Sunday, August 7

FRAUD - Officers took a report of a fraudulent use of a bank card.

BIKE THEFT - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Centre St. The reporting party stated they secured their bike to a bike rack in the late afternoon and returned the next day to discover it was missing.


Thursday, August 4, 2022

August 1, 2022

Monday, July 25

THEFT - Officers responded to Payson Rd for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they woke up to two individuals stealing the catalytic converter from their vehicle, which had been parked in the driveway.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Franklin St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they left their unlocked vehicle in the driveway and returned in the morning to discover that it had been rummaged through and that property was missing.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Boylston St for a report of an altercation between two individuals. The victim reported a male individual struck them in the face then fled the scene.

THEFT - Officers were called to High St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated that they left their vehicle in a private lot for a few weeks and returned to discover that the catalytic converter had been stolen.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Village Way for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. A female individual entered multiple vehicles, which were left in a parking garage overnight, and stole property. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of vandalism that occurred on Beacon St. The reporting party stated they discovered damage done to their vehicle, which had been parked on the street for a few hours. 

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Penniman Pl for a report of a trespassing. The reporting party stated a female individual had entered their residence and was acting erratically. The perpetrator was summonsed to court. 


Tuesday, July 26

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of vandalism that occurred on Holland Rd. The reporting party stated three individuals had damaged a portion of a fence overnight.

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of a dog bite that occurred on Newton St. The reporting party stated they were meeting the owner, when their dog ran up and bit them. 

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Marion St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle in a parking garage overnight and discovered the next day that property was missing from inside and that the hub caps had been removed.

FRAUD - Officers took a report of unemployment fraud. The reporting party stated they were notified of an unemployment claim from out of state. 

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers took a report of suspicious activity that occurred on Heath St. The reporting party stated they saw an unknown individual walking around on private property, but the man left without further incident when confronted. 

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of vandalism that occurred on Beacon St. The reporting party stated someone had written a slur on their mailbox.


Wednesday, July 27

FRAUD - Officers took a report of fraud. The reporting party stated they mailed a check and later discovered that it had been altered and cashed by someone other than the intended individual.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated they witnessed an individual place merchandise in a reusable bag then leave the store without paying.

NOISE VIOLATION - Officers were called to Winslow Rd for a report of loud music. Officers determined the noise was exceeding town limits and issued a warning.


Thursday, July 28

SHOPLIFTING -  Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they witnessed a female individual place merchandise in a personal bag then leave the store without paying. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party stated that they witnessed a male individual place merchandise in a personal bag then leave the store without paying. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Cutler La for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated that they left their vehicle unlocked in the driveway and discovered that a male individual had rummaged through it overnight.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Heath St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle unlocked at the rear of the residence and discovered that an individual had rummaged through it and stolen property.


Friday, July 29

BAT EXPOSURE - Officers took a report of a bat exposure on Summit Av. The reporting party stated they found a bat flying around the house and were able to chase it out of the room.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they witnessed an individual place merchandise in a personal bag, but when they confronted her, the suspect fled. The suspect was summonsed to court.


Saturday, July 30

LARCENY - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Gerry Rd. The reporting party stated an individual had removed property from the exterior of their residence. 

LARCENY - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Harvard St. The reporting party stated they left their wallet behind at a store and later discovered fraudulent charges on their bank account. 

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received a text message claiming they would be charged for an order, if they did not call the provided number. The perpetrator told them to purchase multiple gift cards in order to pay back the reported balance.

LARCENY - Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Babcock St. The reporting party stated they left their motorcycle outside their residence and later discovered that a male individual stole the saddlebags in the early morning.


Sunday, July 31

THEFT - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they lost their wallet on Commonwealth Av and later discovered fraudulent charges on their bank account.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered fraudulent orders had been purchased using their bank information.

THEFT - Officers were called to Bowker St for a report of theft. The reporting party stated that someone had entered their residence and stolen property.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received a notification that someone had filed a fraudulent unemployment claim using their information.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered a hole in a window in their residence.

MV THEFT - Officers responded to Welland Rd for a report of a theft of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle unlocked, with the key inside, in the driveway and discovered a few hours later that it had been stolen. It has since been recovered.

Monday, July 25, 2022

July 25, 2022

Tuesday, July 19

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of an animal bite that occurred at Brookline Ave Park. The reporting party shared they were walking their dog on-leash when another dog ran up to them and started to attack their dog. The owner has been issued a by-law citation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Sewall Av for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party shared that they left their bike unsecured in the basement of their building and returned a few weeks later to discover it was missing.

THEFT - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated an unidentified female grabbed the tip jar at an establishment and fled the area.

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to new graffiti that appeared at Larz Anderson Park.


Wednesday, July 20

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Longwood Av for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they went to collect a delivery and discovered that the contents had been removed.


Thursday, July 21

AUTO PARTS THEFT - Officers responded to Davis Av for a report of a theft. The reporting party shared they left their vehicle in the driveway for a few days and returned to discover that the catalytic converter had been stolen. 

FRAUD - Officers took a report of fraud, where the reporting party stated they applied for an apartment online and transferred a deposit. The listing was discovered to be fraudulent.

MV THEFT - Officers were called to High St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they left their motorcycle in the rear lot of a residence and returned the next day to discover it had been stolen.


Friday, July 22

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of an animal bite that occurred on Lawton St. The reporting party stated they were walking down the street when they passed a female individual walking her dog. The dog jumped up on the party and then bit them in the leg. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Chestnut St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they secured their bike to a fence and discovered a few hours later that it had been stolen.


Sunday, July 24

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Pleasant St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party shared they left their vehicle unlocked in a lot overnight and discovered the next day that property was missing.

Monday, July 18, 2022

July 18, 2022

Monday, July 11

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to new graffiti tags that appeared at Amory Park.


Tuesday, July 12

CAR BREAK - Officers took a report of a car break that occurred on Thornton Rd. The reporting party shared that they left their vehicle on the street and returned the next morning to discover that their wallet was missing.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report of a breaking and entering. The reporting party shared that an unidentified male individual broke into the lobby and rifled through several packages. Nothing appeared to be missing. There are no suspects at this time.

ATTEMPTED CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Colchester St for a report of a car break. The reporting party stated an unknown male individual attempted to access their vehicles, but both were locked.

FRAUD - Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they received notifications that someone had submitted a tax return under their name.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to St Paul St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they received notification of a delivery, but when they went to collect it a few hours later, the packages were gone.


Wednesday, July 13

GRAFFITI - Officers were alerted to new graffiti tags that appeared on Beacon St overnight.

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Beacon St for an incident regarding two individuals. A male individual made explicit and threatening statements to a female individual, and the incident became physical, when she confronted him. Both parties were summonsed to court. 


Friday, July 15

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - Officers responded to Cutler La for a report of an active burglary. The reporting party stated they saw four individuals attempted to gain entry to a house. Nothing was reported stolen. 

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report of thefts. The reporting party stated they discovered that several packages had been opened and emptied of their contents. 


Saturday, July 16

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Egmont St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they received a delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.


Sunday, July 17

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of vandalism that occurred on Beaconsfield Rd. The reporting party shared that several parking signs had been bent in half overnight. 

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Lanark Rd for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they saw four female individuals leaving with multiple packages. When they confronted them, the women fled the scene. Officers apprehended the four suspects, and they were summonsed to court.

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

July 11, 2022

Monday, July 4

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated they witnessed a male individual place merchandise in a backpack then leave the store without paying.


Tuesday, July 5

NOISE COMPLAINT - Officers responded to Brook St for a noise complaint. An individual was playing music loudly late at night. After failing to turn off the music, the individual was issued a by-law citation.

FRAUD - Officers took a report of fraud. The reporting party stated they contacted an individual about an apartment found on Craigslist and transferred the deposit. They later discovered that the property was a fraudulent listing.

ROBBERY - Officers were called to Francis St for a report of an armed robbery. The victim reported that he was walking on Francis St when the suspect's vehicle stopped to let him cross Harrison St. As the victim continued walking on Francis St, he looked behind him and saw that the male suspect was running in his direction. The victim began to run away, but the suspect quickly caught up to him. The victim stopped and noticed that the suspect had a black firearm in his hand. The suspect demanded to victim's wallet, cell phone and passcode for his cell phone. The victim complied and the suspect ran back to his vehicle and fled from Francis St onto Toxteth. At this time no arrests have been made.


Wednesday, July 6

THEFT - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of theft. The reporting party stated they had stored furniture in an alley overnight and returned the next morning to find it missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report of fraud. The reporting party stated they were searching for apartments online. They filled out a couple applications and submitted the required fees, but they later discovered that these listings were fraudulent.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Warwick Rd for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle, unlocked, on the street and returned a half hour later to discover it had been rummaged through and property was missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report of fraud. The reporting party shared they received a phone call from an individual claiming to be from a bank and stating that there had been attempted fraud on their account. The perpetrator asked to confirm the party's identity, and the victim later noticed fraudulent activity on their bank account.

CAR BREAK - Officers took a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle that occurred on Warwick Rd. The reporting party stated they parked their vehicle on the street and returned a few hours later to discover their glovebox and center console had been rummaged through.


Thursday, July 7

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Egmont St for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated they received confirmation of the delivery, but when they went to collect it, the package was missing.

FRAUD - Officers took a report of fraud. The reporting party stated they received an alert about fraudulent activity on their bank account.

MV THEFT - Officers were called to Babcock St for a report of a motor vehicle theft. The reporting party stated they left their vehicle, unlocked and running, in a parking spot and returned a few minutes later to discover it was missing. The vehicle has since been recovered.


Friday, July 8

FRAUD - Officers took a report of fraud. The reporting party stated they responded to an apartment listing on Craigslist and put down a deposit. The listing was later discovered to be fraudulent.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to Boylston St for a report of a dispute between two individuals. Two female parties were arguing verbally about the use of a laundry machine. The argument escalated when one of them took the cellphone out of the other's hand and threw it. The perpetrator was summonsed to court. 


Saturday, July 9

THEFT - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report of a theft. The reporting party shared that an individual had ordered a bottle of wine then left without paying. 


Sunday, July 10

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Walnut St for a report of a theft. The reporting party stated they had left a bicycle, unlocked, outside and returned the next morning to discover it was missing.

CAR BREAK - Officers took a report of a breaking and entering that occurred on Walnut St. The reporting party stated they had left their car on the street and returned an hour later to discover it had been rummaged through and property was missing.