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Thursday, November 30, 2017


On November 29, while on Patrol an officer observed a vehicle travelling on Harvard St. without an inspection sticker. The officer queried the vehicle and found that the car’s registration and the registered owner’s license were expired. The officer conducted a traffic stop, confirmed the identity of the driver and placed her under arrest for operating without a license. During the interaction, the officer observed the vehicle’s passenger avoid eye contact and reach his hands in his pockets several times. The officer queried the passenger and found that he had two active arrest warrants. The passenger was also placed under arrest.

An officer responded to Parkway Rd. for a larceny report. The victim stated that on November 28 at approximately 1645hrs, her neighbor arrived home and found two packages, one addressed to the victim and the other for another building resident, that had been ripped open and the contents removed. The building vestibule where the packages were found was unlocked.

Officers were dispatched to Harvard Ave. for a report of two males attempting to steal packages. The reporting party stated that she had looked out her window and observed an unknown male party exiting her building with packages in his hand. The woman stated that she then ran onto her porch and yelled out to the suspect causing him to drop the packages in the courtyard. The reporting party stated that she had seen a second male party enter a building a few doors down as well and she took a photo of this male. The incident is being investigated.

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