Tuesday, November 13:
At 8:45 a.m., Brookline Police pulled over a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker that was issued in August. The officer pulled the car over. A query resulted in a default warrant and that his license had expired and was listed as nonrenewable. Jason Smith, a homeless man, was issued a citation and his vehicle was towed by Perfection Towing.
Thursday, November 15:
While conducting a radar observation on Boylston Street, an officer observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. The officer confirmed that the vehicle was traveling at 50 mph in a posted 30 mph. At this time the officer pursued the vehicle and pulled it over. The driver gave the officer his license and registration. Through a query, it was revealed that his license was expired. Christian Corriea of 1 Donwood Terrace, Mattapan was arrested and charged with operating without a license and issued a citation for speeding.
Saturday, November 17:
At 3:35 p.m., Brookline Police officers observed a woman known to the police near Tappan and Cypress Street. The woman has multiple warrants out for her arrest from the Brookline District Court for credit card fraud and larceny. The police took Sanna Beygelmakher of 334 Clyde Street into custody and placed her under arrest for the outstanding warrants.
Sunday, November 18:
At 5:00 p.m., an officer ran a random query on a vehicle traveling on Harvard Street. The query showed that the driver of the grey Infinity sedan had a suspended license. The officer pulled the driver over near the intersection of Harvard Avenue and Coolidge Street.
The officer spoke with the driver, told her why he pulled her over and asked if the vehicle was hers. The operator identified herself and said that she was the registered owner of the vehicle. The dispatch confirmed that the driver’s license was suspended.
At this time, the officer arrested Ayanna Thorpe of 24 Hazelton Street, Mattapan, who stated that she was not in possession of any weapons or contraband. During the booking, officers found a pair of brass knuckles in her left pocket. Thorpe was charged with operating a vehicle after a suspension and possession of a dangerous weapon.
Monday, November 19:
At 12:13 a.m., on Brookline Police were conducting a traffic detail on Boylston Street when a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed westbound on Boylston Street. The officer estimated that the driver was driving about 45 to 55 miles per hour in a posted 40 zone.
The officer then mounted the radar attached to the cruiser and confirmed the speed of the vehicle was 53 mph. The officer fired up the lights and pulled the driver over on Boylston Street.
When the officer ran the diver’s information, they found an outstanding warrant out of Natick District Court. Officers ran queries on the two passengers. One of the passengers had three outstanding warrants while the other had none.
The driver, Joshua Whittemore of 163 Oak Street, Natick, and the passenger, Angel Lopez of 15 A Highland Ave., Watertown were taken into custody for the outstanding warrants. Both subjects were booked and processed. Perfection Towing towed the car. Whittemore was issued a citation for speeding.