- Occurred at 11:14PM (9/15)-
Gardner Road/ Washington Street
Will Evans was arrested and charged with Operating while Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquors, Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident, Resisting Arrest, and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).
Police on patrol noticed a vehicle traveling with heavy front end damage making loud screeching noises. Upon stopping the vehicle police determined its driver was under the influence of intoxicating liquors, and upon attempting to arrest Evans he began to resist and struggle with officers. After being properly restrained a subsequent search of Evans revealed a bag of a green leafy substance believed to be Marijuana. An inventory search of Evans vehicle yielded an addition bag containing Marijuana. Reinvestigation into the incident revealed reports of a similar car crashing into several parked vehicles on
- Occurred at 12:31AM (9/15) -
48 Babcock Street
Police responded to calls of a loud party and upon speaking with the underage residents of the building police could plainly see numerous beer cans inside the apartment, and upon entering the apartment police smelled burnt marijuana and further investigation revealed a pipe in plain view with burnt marijuana still inside. Additional investigation revealed several other marijuana pipes, all containing marijuana residue. Four of the residents will be summonsed to court for Disturbing the Peace, and Minor in Possession of Alcohol. The 5th occupant will be charged with Disturbing the Peace, Minor in Possession of Alcohol, and Possession of a Class D Substance (Marijuana).
- Occurred at 12:49AM (9/15) -
1247 Beacon Street
Police responded to a call of a loud party, police spoke with the residents and advised them to either keep their noise level to a minimum or have their guests leave. Approximately ¾ of an hour later police received a call to the same address, this time police will summons the two residents to court for Disturbing the Peace.
- Occurred at 4:40AM (9/15) -
185 Freeman Street
Victim reports that after driving two unidentified males to their requested destination of Dexter Park the occupants began verbally abusing the driver and one of the passengers eventually punched the driver in the head, and then evaded the cab fare which amounted to $13.
- Occurred between 11PM (9/14) and 10:27AM (9/15) -
228 Cypress Street
Victim reports graffiti had been spray painted on the side of his business sometime after 11PM on Friday. This case is still under investigation.
- Occurred between 6PM (9/14) and 9AM (9/15) -
190 High Street
Victim repots that sometime overnight both sides of his van had been spray painted with blue graffiti. The value of this damage is unknown, and this case is still under investigation.
- Occurred between 9PM (9/08) and 7PM (9/14) -
6 Strathmore Road
Victim reports that after parking her vehicle inside her garage she came back to discover three of her four tires missing, the victm reported that although the garage was unlocked it had been closed. The value of these tires is unknown.
- Occurred at 1:18PM (8/20) -
Victim reports that his mother was the prior victim of mail and telephone fraud. Victim reports that his mother had received several letters last June informing her that she had won a large amount of money, and the letter additionally stated that in order to claim the prize the woman must deposit money into an account. After giving the suspect her bank information over the phone she discovered $900 missing from her account and reports that no ‘winning’ money was ever received. This case is still under investigation.
- Occurred at 5:47PM (9/15) -
Cypress Street/ Washington Street
Victim reports that while sitting in her parked vehicle she noticed a suspicious male walk to the rear of her car where she noticed him masturbating while looking in her direction. The man is described as white in his early 20’s with light brown spiked hair last seen wearing a baby blue shirt with blue jeans. This case is still under investigation.
- Occurred between 6PM (9/14) and 9AM (9/15)- 1
Victim reports that sometime overnight an unknown suspect had gone through the interior of his unlocked vehicle stealing a cordless drill valued at $150.