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Friday, August 10, 2012

Police Reports 8/8-8/10

Bat in House: 8/10 at 1:01am – Garrison Rd
Resident stated that he was awoken by a bat that was flying around his bedroom. He then left his bedroom trapping the bat inside. Resident was advised of possible exposure. He was advised to contact Critter Control to try and capture the bat and have his doctor conduct a follow up.

Operating After Suspension: 8/10 at 11:50am – Washington Street & Brookline Ave
Officer observed a vehicle displaying an expired inspection sticker. Check of the vehicle’s registration revealed registered owner had a suspended right to operate. Operator was placed under arrest and will be issued for Operating after sustention and Failure to submit vehicle for inspection.

Straight Warrant: 8/9 at 5:35pm – High St
Officer observed a vehicle parked and unoccupied in the parking lot. A query of the registration revealed that the registered owner had an active straight warrant. Registered owner was of the warrant and placed under arrest without incident.

Larceny: Occurred 8/8 after 4:30pm – Auburn St
Victim states that she returned home from dropping her daughter at daycare that morning she noticed that her bike was gone. Bike was stored in the garage. The garage has no garage door. The bike had a Kryptonite lock on the front tire, locking the tire to the frame. The bike was not locked to the garage at all and would have had to be carried away.

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