is cigar guy peeping on brookline residents?
so i’ve got a two-week backlog of wacky police stories to share. might as well get right to it:
Shrooming: A Summit Avenue resident said a shirtless older male wearing blue pants and cut some bushes before walking down the street. The man turned out to be foraging for mushroom.
Public urination? A caller said a group of teens were drinking and peeing on building on Monmouth Court and Monmouth Street. Police determined the teens were three beerless men on their way to a Red Sox game.
FAHKIN brookline cawps…i wish we had some beeeahs.
Alimony: A Beacon Street resident said she’d returned home to find half her furniture missing. She said she was in the middle of a divorce and thought her husband might have something to do with it.
Way to put 2 and 2 together…
Peeper: An Egmont Street resident said she’d spotted a bearded brown-haired man in his mid 20s, wearing blue pants, with a cigar in his mouth, peering through her window. She said the man fled on a mountain bicycle when she yelled. (SEE PHOTO)
I guess life as an investment banker in London just wasn’t working out for Cigar Guy…
Drunk: Police said they took an intoxicated woman to the hospital after they found she had urinated herself by a phone booth on Beacon Street.
Welcome back students!!!!!
Stool Cycle: A caller said a street person had been putting feces into washing machines in a Thorndike Street Laundromat.
Drunk biking: Police responded to Thorndike Street for reports of an intoxicated man on a bicycle. Police did not locate the man.
“Police said the bearded man was last seen leaving a craft beer bar wearing skinny jorts, a plaid shirt, chuck taylors and was smoking an American Spirit”
Shoplifting: Police responded to 155 Harvard St. after a caller told them a man took 8 bags of frozen shrimp and left on foot. Police did not locate the man.
Also, Whole Foods reported 8 bottles of cocktail sauce stolen. Police are investigating a possible connection.
A caller told police two Brookline firefighters were in her home, but the department had no record of them being there. Police said the caller couldn’t describe the men, but said they could’ve been from a utility company.