July 1st Police Reports
Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle
- Occurred between 5:00(6/30) and 5:17(7/1) –
284 Warren St.
Home owner reports her employee’s vehicle was broken into. A handbag and contents were stolen. Victim reported having found glass from the window on an article of clothing within vehicle. Victim advised to cancel credit cards and checking account. Security tape from home security system was reviewed. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 2:30(6/30) and 3:00(6/30) –
50 White Pl.
Victim reported several deep scratches on the driver’ door and on the side sliding doors of his vehicle. He also found a note under her windshield wiper. Victim mentioned that it was not the first time the car had been damaged. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 7:00(6/30) and 11:57(7/1) –
5 Perrin Rd.
Victim reported of her smashed front passenger window of her vehicle. Victim stated her purse was missing as well as other contents. Victim advised to cancel credit cards and checking account. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred 6:21(7/1) –
285 Dudley St.
Victim reported that her unlocked car had been broken into. She found contents of the console and the glove department shuffled about but nothing was missing. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 11:55(6/30) and 4:00(7/1) –
68 Brington Rd.
Victim reported that her vehicle had been rummaged through. Victim reported nothing had been missing but contents of her ashtray were on the floor. When victim called neighbor, they too reported a similar incident with their car. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 9:00(6/23) and 5:00(6/26) –
191 Davis Ave.
Victim reported of two previous separate unauthorized withdrawals from her checking account. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 11:00(6/30) and 8:00(7/1) –
73 Monmouth St.
Victim reported a missing planter that was lining her staircase. Police are following up on the case.
- Occurred between 11:00(6/30) and 9:00(7/1) –
1319 Beacon St.
Police responded to a call regarding damage to a Bank of America ATM machine. The key board has been smashed and several wires were exposed. Several marks on the machine seemed to have been made by a brick. The bank manager is working on sending video surveillance to detectives.