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Monday, September 12, 2016

9/9/2016 through 9/11/2016



On September 9, an officer responded to a building on Tappan Street for a report of larceny. The victim reported that her laptop had been taken from an unlocked locker. The matter is still under investigation.

In the afternoon of September 9, a woman came into the police station to report a past larceny. The woman stated that she had set down her purse in a business on Harvard Street that morning and then proceeded to leave the business without her purse. The woman stated that once she realized she had left her purse behind she called the business but her purse could not be located. The incident is being investigated.

An officer responded to a residence on Corey Road for a report of fraud. The victim stated that he had posted on Craigslist in regards to finding a room for rent and received a response from a man who said he had a room available. The man then asked the victim to send a copy of his driver’s license and a deposit for the room. The incident is believed to be internet fraud.

In the evening of September 9, a call came in to the police department stating that there was a car driving erratically on Beacon Street. An officer responded to the area and observed a vehicle drifting between two lanes. The officer conducted a traffic stop and found the driver’s eyes to be bloodshot and glassy, his speech was slow and deliberate, and an odor of alcohol emanating from him. The driver was placed under arrest operating under the influence of liquor and a marked lanes violation.


On September 10, an officer responded to a residence on Verndale Street for a report of a past larceny. The reporting party stated that at some point on Thursday September 8, multiple items had gone missing from the bedrooms of his roommates. There was no sign of forced entry. The matter is under investigation.

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