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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

August 21st Police Reports


  • Occurred at 8:26AM (8/21)- 99 Winchester Street

Police on patrol report seeing a truck unloading its contents while blocking traffic as well as the sidewalk violating the town bylaws. The suspect was cited accordingly.

Expired License

  • Occurred between 6:40PM and 6:50PM (8/16)-133 Park Street

Police on patrol noticed a vehicle traveling in the wrong direction on a one way street. Upon stopping the vehicle it was learned that the operator’s license had expired; he was issued a citation for Operating with an Expired License.


  • Occurred between 8:15AM and 1:30PM (8/20)

Victim reports that her wallet was stolen from her purse while she was at work. Inside the wallet were several charge cards which had been fraudulently used to purchase over $5,000 worth of goods.

  • Occurred between 2PM and 4PM (8/07)- 99 Park Street (Lot)

Victim reports leaving a bag unattended in the parking lot for a two hour period and when she returned the bag was missing. The value of the items in the bag is approximately $600.


  • Occurred between 9AM and 7PM (8/21)- 8 White Avenue

Victim reports that someone had entered her residence and stolen a laptop computer as well as a flat screen television set. The combined value of these items is approximately $2,700.

  • Occurred between 4:30PM and 7:30PM (8/18)-12 Greenough Street

Victim reports that his son’s social security card had been stolen from his home office. This case is still under investigation.

  • Occurred between 10AM (8/16) and 5PM (8/17)- 615 Heath Street

Victim reported that several of her mother’s personal belongings were missing from her apartment. The items include numerous pieces of gold jewelry as well as a ceramic figurine. The total value of these items is unknown.


  • Occurred between 6:40PM (8/07) and 10AM (8/08)- 33 Pond Avenue

Victim reports that his card was fraudulently charged for over $200 for items he did not purchase.


  • Occurred between 8PM (8/19) and 3:20PM (8/21)- 205 Warren Street

Victim reports that she found a bat in her room when she woke up. Animal control seized the animal and sent it to the lab for rabies testing.

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