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Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Occurred at 8:16 PM on 8/22 – Harvard St./Fuller St.
Officers responded to the area for a vehicle that had lost a tire and was stopped in the roadway. Officers approached the vehicle and found the keys in the ignition and the motor running but the driver was not in sight. The caller reported driving behind the vehicle which had lost the tire and observed it happening. After receiving a description of the driver, officers began searching the neighborhood. She was found sitting on the sidewalk on Thorndike St. After further investigation it was determined that she had been Operating Under the Influence and was arrested.
Occurred Overnight, 12:15 AM – Washington St./River Rd.
Officers were dispatched to a business in the area for a business alarm that had gone off. Upon arrival it was noticed that a front window had been pushed inwards and there were shoeprints. The front door was unlocked, and there was a plastic folding chair with a shoeprint on it, as well as an overturned bucket which appeared to have been used as a step. The cash register was missing as well.
Officers viewed the surveillance tapes and discovered the suspect to be a light skinned male of unknown height or age, with what appeared to be a dark colored shirt wrapped around his face and head with a hat underneath while wearing a light colored t-shirt, light colored shorts, light colored socks and a dark colored pair of sandals. It was further determined via further review of the surveillance footage that the suspect used a light in color motor vehicle, possibly a newer model Honda Accord. This incident is currently under investigation by the Detective Division.