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Wednesday, June 29, 2016


9:30am: Officers responded to a shoplifting on Harvard Street. A store manager described a suspect and stated that multiple bottles of cough medicine were taken. Upon searching the area, officers located a subject matching the description and spoke to him.

During the conversation officers noticed that the subject was holding a bottle of red liquid and that the pockets of his vest appeared to be weighed down. Officers determined that the liquid was cough medicine and that the man had a prior arrest warrant. The suspect resisted arrest initially but officers were able to apprehend him.

4:36pm: A past shoplifting was reported on Harvard Street. A suspect was seen acting suspiciously in the store and taking multiple pairs of yoga pants. The suspect is described as a black male, 30-40 years old, bald with sunglasses on his head, wearing blue jeans and a grey Henley-style long-sleeved shirt.

6:27pm: A call about soliciting came in on Walnut Street. The caller gave officers description of an unwanted solicitor going door-to-door in the neighborhood. Officers spoke to him and discovered that the solicitor had no license to do so. They also discovered a default warrant for his arrest. The solicitor was taken into custody.

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