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.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Police Report 8/1

Larceny: 8/1 at 11:31pm - Station St Lot
Witness reported that he just observed a suspect stealing a bicycle from a rack. He stated that he observed the suspect use a torch type instrument to defeat the lock that secured the bicycle to the rack. Suspect is described as a white male, older in age, balding, about 220 lbs wearing a blue polo shirt with white stripes, dark white khaki shorts, and white sneakers and was observed carrying a red duffel bag containing the torch like instrument. Several units responded to the area and searched for the suspect but were unable to locate him.

Attempted Larceny: Occurred 7/29 on Cypress St
Victim reported his bicycle missing. He kept it unlocked and unsecured in the garage area by his parking space.

Warrant: 8/1 at 6:28pm – Cutler Lane
Officer responded to a report of two unregistered solicitors who were going door to door in the neighborhood. Upon arrival, officer found the two subjects and did not see any identification being displayed by them as required by our town by law. Officer ran a records check, and it revealed that there was a traffic warrant issued for one of the subjects. The subject was placed under arrest and transported to the station.

Warrant: 8/1 at 5:49pm – Tappan ST
Officer assisted in executing an arrest warrant for a subject who had an outstanding Default warrant for Possession of Firearm without FID card. Subject was located and placed under arrest.

Fraud use of Credit Card: 8/1 at 1:36pm – Walnut St
Victim stated that she received a phone call informing her of a purchase made on her credit card, with the item shipped to a different address. Both the order and credit card was cancelled. Detectives will conduct a follow up investigation.

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