September 18th-20th Police Reports
Tip of the week: Washing hands periodically throughout the day prevents spreadable viruses like H1N1 and the seasonal flu.
Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle
- Occurred between 7:30PM (9/17) and 3:27AM (9/18) – 30 New Terrace Rd.
Victim reported that he found the driver’s side window of his vehicle had been removed. Among the items missing, from the motor vehicle, were a GPS system and IPod Video. Victim found a knife on the passenger seat that didn’t belong to him along with several fingerprints on the window. The knife was submitted into evidence. Detectives sub sequentially processed the car.
- Occurred between 10:00PM (9/17) and 4:44AM (9/18) – 30 New Terrace Rd.
Victim reported that someone had broken into her car by having smashed her driver’s side window and removed the radio. Victim stated that she had parked her vehicle in the parking lot of her housing complex.
- Occurred between 12:00PM (9/17) and 8:30AM (9/18) –
207 Washington St.
Police responded to the local post office for report of graffiti marks on three different mailboxes. Police notified a post office employee so that a supervisor could be informed at some point. Police checked the area and found additional markings.
- Occurred between 8:00AM (9/16) and 10:00PM (9/17) – 4 0Webster St.
Victim reported that she had placed a pouch of jewelry into her luggage when she was in the process of a room change at a hotel. Victim stated that upon retrieval of her luggage she found the pouch missing. Victim asked the hotel’s front desk to ask its housekeeping department if the pouch had been recovered by anyone. Police will be following up on the case.
Not Duly Licensed
- Occurred 2:11AM (9/21) –
Babcock St/Harvard St
Subject was stopped during a routine traffic stop. A check of the license came back as suspended. Subject was issued a citation. Police have placed a request for the subject to be summonsed to court.
- Occurred 2:55PM (9/18) –
350 Washington St.
Subject arrived at the police station and informed police that he may have a warrant. Police placed subject under arrest for the warrant.