July 15th – 16th Police Reports
- Occurred between 9:45AM (7/16) and 7:15PM (7/16) –
Victims reported that upon arriving home they found that their front apartment door had been pried open. Missing items included a laptop that was under a mattress and a digital camera that was sitting on a desk.
- Occurred between 12:29PM (7/11) and 11:29AM (7/16) –
Victim reports that her house alarm was triggered sometime early morning. Officers responded and found no sign of forced entry. She noticed several days later that a Sony camera box with a digital charger and a book of checks were missing.
- Occurred between 10:00AM (7/15) and 11:56AM (7/15) –
Suspect appeared to have used a large flagstone from the rear garden to smash the rear storm door after having torn open the screen door. Items taken include three antique Nikon cameras, two antique Canon cameras, four Latvian amber folk pins, one silver and amber bracelet, an Acer Laptop, and two jewelry boxes. Witness says they saw a worn dark green car pull into the driveway. Driver was a black, middle aged man with grayish hair.
- Occurred at 5:36AM (7/16) –
Winchester St/ Beacon St
Police on patrol pulled over a vehicle for a traffic violation. After stopping the vehicle the officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the car. The driver was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. Driver was also given a citation for an illegal left turn and for not having a license in possession.
- Occurred at 9:30AM (7/14) – 9:40AM (7/14) –
Victim stated that she placed her wallet inside her baby bag on the baby carriage she was driving around. She then entered Henry Bear’s Park Store and while inside she had left the carriage unattended while she walked around with the baby in her arms. She left 10 minutes later. She went to make a purchase at a neighboring store when she noticed her wallet was missing.
Breaking and Entering
- Occurred between 9:45PM (7/08) and 7:30PM (7/09) –
Victim reports that sometime overnight someone entered his car and took his computer. Victim says that he had left his doors unlocked.