July 15th Police Reports
Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle
- Occurred between 4:00PM (7/14) and 8:39AM (7/15) –
43 Somerset Rd.
Victim reported that her jog stroller was missing from her vehicle. She stated that she had locked the doors the previous day and discovered the missing stroller the next day. The vehicle had no signs of forced entry and no other item was missing. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 12:01AM (7/13) and 7:30AM (7/13) –
66 Beverly Rd.
Victim reported that his Mini Cooper was broken into. Victim states that the only thing missing was change. The vehicle was driven for several days after the incident occurred and could not be processed by detectives.
- Reported 9:46AM (7/15) –
73 Beverly Rd.
Victim reported that his vehicle had been broken into. Victim stated he found the glove box open and papers were scattered about. Upon further investigation, nothing had been taken.
- Occurred between 5:00PM (7/15) and 7:00PM (7/15) – 33 Pond Av.
Victim stated that his vehicle had been broken into and his GPS system had been taken. Victim’s driver side window of the vehicle had been smashed. Victim states that he had found an empty whisky bottle under the vehicle. The whisky bottle will be placed in evidence to be processed for prints.
- Occurred 10:31AM (7/15) –
315 Harvard St.
Police responded to Citizens Bank where a female was suspected for passing a bad check. While on their way to the bank, police were notified that the suspect had fled from the bank. Police were informed that a series of counterfeit checks with great sums had been deposited into an account that originally held only a penny. Bank tellers had become suspicious after two large amounts were withdrawn. Female suspect was placed under arrest. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 7:00PM (7/14) and 8:30AM (7/15) – 33
Victim reported that her bike had been stolen. Victim sated that she had secured the bike well around a cement pillar. Victim recovered only her severed bike lock. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 1:45AM (7/15) and 2:30AM (7/15) – 122 Pleasant St.
Police conducted a traffics stop of a vehicle where the registration was expired. The female operator didn’t have her license and a check on her status as a driver revealed that her license was suspended and she had a default warrant. The individual was placed under arrest for the outstanding warrant and issued a citation for operating after suspension. Her vehicle was towed due to expired/nonrenewable status. Vehicle’s owner will be summoned to court for allowing a person to operate his vehicle with a suspended license.