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Tuesday, June 30, 2015


On June 27th, officers were dispatched to a noise complaint on Strathmore Rd. On arrival to the residence, the officer could hear loud music and talking coming from the roof of the apartment building. The officers located the resident who was throwing the party. The guests were told to leave and the resident was advised and informed he was being cited.

On June 27th, an officer was dispatched to a report of suspicious activity on Beacon St. On scene, the reporting party stated she heard a loud bang in the kitchen.  She stated the side door was cracked open and a wine bottle was on the floor.

On June 27th, an officer was dispatched to a local business on Beacon St. for a report of malicious destruction of property. On scene, the reporting party stated the night before he locked the front door of the business. Upon arrival the next morning, the reporting party noticed the glass to the front door had been damaged.

On June 27th, an officer was dispatched to Pleasant Street for a report of past residential breaking and entering and larceny of property. The suspect entered the residence through a back bedroom window which was unlocked. The suspect rummaged through the apartment opening drawers looking for items to take and the victims claim at this time only a camera and several lenses had been taken. This matter is still under investigation.

On June 28th, an officer was dispatched to St. Paul Street for a report of malicious damage report. Upon arrival, an officer spoke with the reporting party who showed the officer the glass window panes on his door were shattered leading to his apartment. 

On June 29th, an officer while patrolling Washington St. noticed a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker and proceeded to pull the vehicle over. The officer ran the vehicles registration and the results indicted the owner of the car had a warrant for his arrest. The owner of the vehicle was informed of his warrant and was placed under arrest.

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