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Monday, October 26, 2015


On October 23rd, an officer was dispatched to local business on Commonwealth Ave. for a past Breaking and Entering.  On scene, the store manager reported arriving to work at 0750hrs found the front door to the business to be broken and forced open. The manger reported missing a large sum of money taken from under the reception desk in the front lobby.  This matter is still under investigation.

On October 23rd, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Coolidge St. for a past report of a stolen bicycle. On scene, the victim stated his bike was locked to a street sign in front of his apartment the night of 10/22/2015. The next morning, he noticed the bicycle, helmet, and u-lock were also missing.

On October 24th, an officer responded to a report of a larceny of a residence on Sherman Rd. On scene, the victim reported, between the hours of 0800hrs and 1600hrs, someone had entered his apartment and took several pieces of jewelry, two electronic tablets, and a cellphone. Victim stated the noticed front door was unlocked. No signs of forced entry present.

On October 25th, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Stetson St. for a past Breaking and Entering of a Motor Vehicle.  Victim reported at approximately at 0030 hours, he had retrieved a couple bags from his trunk of his car and entered his residence. The following morning, the victim noticed the “truck open” indicator on his dashboard was activated.  The victim opened the trunk, which revealed his backpack containing his laptop was missing. 

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