Wicked Local Brookline reports a resident called 911 to ask what to do about the crows harassing a neighbor's cockatoo - which was sitting outside, in a tree, as one does in the summertime.
Wicked Local Brookline reports that late one recent night, a resident dialed 911 to report "a group of people playing badminton."
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In Brookline (last item), needless to say.
The MBTA reports this morning it's turned on countdown clocks at all the Riverside Line stops in Brookline.
Boston cops have surrounded a 66 bus in Brookline Village, where they are offloading several teens who allegedly ran through Marty's on North Beacon Street stealing bottles of vodka and Hennessy - and searching for the bottles.
The Night Ridah, who is at the scene, says the kids don't appear to be more than 14.
Wicked Local Brookline reports (last item):
A caller reported an aggressive turkey followed her until a good Samaritan let her onto a porch to wait it out on Mason Terrace.
Because at least the turkeys don't urinate all over your laundry-room floor.
Wicked Local Brookline reports a repairman from Roslindale is charged with doing just that and rummaging around the cabinets while using his customer's clothes to mop up his micturition - after which he allegedly stole her husband's Red Sox tickets.
Wicked Local Brookline reports:
A Gardner Road resident called to report several turkeys were at her door.
Brookline Police report a man not worried has exposed himself six times to women on streets south of the BU campus roughly between Babcock and Pleasant streets since early January.
Two occurred on January 5th, one on January 20th, three on April 5th. The incidents have occurred in the north Brookline area. We believe these incidents are related, they happened In the vicinity of Babcock Street, Pleasant Street, Freeman Streets and James Street.
Grace Holley shows us the cascade of water now pouring onto the Riverside Line from a burst water main on an overpass at Brookline Hills - just like the cascade of water that poured onto the Riverside Line from a burst water main on an overpass at Brookline Hills on March 17.
Needless to say, nobody on the Riverside Line is going anywhere fast. Or at all.