On January 23, a woman reported being the victim of fraud. The woman reported that she received a letter from her insurance provider in regards to approval for recent medications. When she contacted the insurance company, she was told that someone was using her information to pick-up prescriptions in various pharmacies.
On January 24, an officer observed a vehicle driving on Longwood Ave. with an expired inspection sticker and initiated a traffic stop. The driver was found to be operating with a suspended license and was also cited for failure to submit motor vehicle for inspection, no registration in possession or easily accessible, and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. The driver was placed under arrest.
On January 24, an officer was dispatched to Aspinwall Ave. for a larceny report. A woman stated that two large trash bins were stolen from the curb the day before.
On January 25, a woman reported receiving a suspicious phone call. The woman stated that she received a call from an unidentified male who said the woman’s brother was being held against his will. The man said that she needed to pay him or he would kill her brother. Refusing to give more information, the caller hung up and never called back.