Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.

Monday, July 26, 2010

July 24th – 26th

Arrest


Occurred 3:35 PM (7/24) – Muddy River


Police responded to check on the well being of a person who may have been sick or injured. Upon arrival, officers observed a subject sitting in bushes and inhaling a chemical cleaner. The subject was subsequently placed under arrest without incident and charged with inhaling a substance with a toxic vapor.


Fraud


Occurred between 12:00 AM (11/19/08) and 12:00 AM (7/24) – Walnut Hill Rd.


Police responded to a report of a past identity fraud. The victim stated that he had been contacted by a debt collecting agency who notified him that he owed $514.56 for a cell phone account. The victim had no knowledge of this account and informed officers that he reported suspicious activity on his credit report in 2008. Police are following up on the case.


Larceny


Occurred between 8:00 PM (6/18) and 8:00 AM (6/21) – Mason Tr.


Police responded to a report of an attempted larceny of a motor scooter. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated that she noticed damage to her ignition and handlebars about one week ago and sent it to a repair shop. The mechanic informed the victim that the damage done to her scooter was consistent with someone trying to steal it. Police are following up on the case.


Occurred between 5:00 PM (7/18) and 9:00 AM (7/23) – Heath Hill Rd.

Police responded to a report of a larceny. The victim stated that about a week ago she took her wedding and engagement rings off and placed them on a ring holder above her sink. When she went to put them back on, she discovered both rings missing. The items missing are worth approximately $32,000. There are no signs of a forced entry and no other items are missing at this time. Police are following up on the case.


Occurred between 9:45 AM and 10:00 AM (7/24) – Beacon St.


Police responded to a report of a larceny. The victim stated that while working, she left her purse unattended in her office and when she returned, it was gone. Items reported stolen include a cell phone, house and car keys, and a wallet containing credit cards, checks, and a license. Police are following up on the case.


Occurred between 4:00 PM (7/24) and 5:32 AM (7/25) – Newton St.


While on patrol, officers observed a parked vehicle with a smashed driver’s window. Upon further inspection officers noticed that bolts were removed from the rear door and the door was hanging off. Officers immediately located the owner of the vehicle and informed her of the damage. No items were reported missing at this time. Police are following up on the case.


Burglary


Occurred between 6:30 PM (7/23) and 8:30 AM (7/26) –Harvard St.

Police responded to a report of a commercial break. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the reporting person who stated that when she entered her workplace, she discovered items strewn across the floor. Items reported stolen include three laptops, a computer monitor, and a 14” TV monitor. A window screen and window were found broken which officers believe to be the point of entry and exit. Police are following up on the case.


Occurred between 3:00 PM and 5:30 PM (7/24) – Chestnut St.


Police responded to a report of a past breaking and entering. The reporting party stated that after being home for approximately 30 minutes, he went into his kitchen and found the back door lock on the floor. Upon further inspection, the victim found the door frame of the back door broken also. Nothing was reported missing at this time.


Occurred between 6:00 PM (7/25) and 6:30 AM (7/26) – Devotion St.


Police responded to a report of a burglary. Upon arrival, the victim told officers that her bike had been stolen from the foyer of her apartment building. She last noticed the bike the previous night and discovered it missing when she stepped out the following morning. The bike was left unlocked and is described as a woman's blue and white Roadmaster Mountain Sport’s bike, valued at $80. Police are following up on the case.


Malicious Damage


Occurred between 3:00 AM and 11:00 AM (7/25) – Juniper St.


Police responded to a report of malicious damage. The reporting person stated that when she returned home to her apartment, she discovered her rear door smashed. The victim informed police that she does not know of anyone who may have caused the damage. Police are following up on the case.


Graffiti


Occurred between 9:32 AM and 9:40 (7/26) – High St. / Allerton St.


Police responded to a report of graffiti. Upon arrival, officers observed graffiti written in white paint on two stop signs. Police are following up on the case.

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