July 20th Police Reports
Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle
- Occurred between 9:00PM (7/19) and 6:00AM (7/20) –
72 Goodnough Rd.
Victim reported a break in of her vehicle that was parked in the driveway. There was no forced entry into the vehicle, but the left front driver’s side door was left slightly closed. Victim stated that she was missing her digital camera from the front passenger seat and an envelope containing money. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 2:30AM (7/20) and 8:30AM (7/20) –
143 St. Paul St
Victim reported that his vehicle had been broken into. Victim stated that the front driver’s-side window was smashed. Victim stated his laptop computer, cellphone, wallet, and a portable GPS unit had all been taken. Police are processing the vehicle for prints and have advised victim to cancel all missing credit cards.
- Occurred between 4:00PM (7/19) and 11:00AM (7/20) –
220 Wolcott Rd.
Victim reported that her vehicle had been broken into in her garage. Victim states that she found her left front drivers side door unlocked. Nothing was missing. Police advised victim and are following up on the case.
- Occurred 12:01AM (4/1) and 12:50PM –
101 Monmouth St.
Victim reported a suspicious debt on her credit card report that she was not familiar with. The collection agency was not able to release useful information to the victim in regards to resolving the matter. Victim contacted the credit reporting bureau and a fraud alert was placed on her accounts. An ID Theft Affidavit was submitted and a report was filed with the police.
- Occurred between 5:00PM (7/17) and 9:00AM (7/20) –
67 Dummer St.
Victim reported graffiti on the front wall of his business. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 12:30AM (7/17) and 5:00PM (7/17) – 97 Mason Tr.
Victim reported that his concert tickets had been stolen during shipping and being sold on Craigslist. Victim stated that he had ran his tracking number on the computer to see why there was a delay and had happened to run across the tickets being sold on the site. Victim’s neighbor recovered the envelope the tickets had been shipped in. The envelope will be submitted for fingerprint analysis.