so last week we introduced a series highlighting all the weird ‘crime’ that happens in the ritzy, quaint suburb of brookline, which does its best to keep out minorities and anybody who may be the least bit ‘suspicious’.
sure enough, this week’s report provided plenty of fodder to show how abjectly paranoid and psycho the elderly are in this slice of suburbia…the meds must reeeeally be kicking in this week. enjoy!
Loaded?: A caller asked police to check on a man laying on a bench by a Harvard Street playground at 10 a.m. The caller said he was wearing a hospital gown and bracelet, and appeared “loaded to the gills.”
Who let the dogs out: A caller reported two poodles running around Alberta Road at 11:26 p.m.
Suspicious: A caller reported suspicious activity on Boylston Street. Police said they saw a raccoon run across the driveway, which triggered motion light sensors.
Suspicious: A Newton Street woman called police about a strange man with a boom-box and straw hat leaning against her wall. He told police he was walking down the street and just taking a break.
Suspicious: A caller reported a suspicious man sitting on a bench by Lawton Playground. Police said the man was taking photos of his own children.
Erratic: A caller said their 18-year-old son drove off from High Street. He only has his permit. Police did not find him.
Who let the dogs out: A Dwight Street man said a dog followed him into his home.
OH, THE HUMANITY!
Police reports courtesy the Brookline Tab