Note to Readers:

The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Wednesday, December 5th

9:14AM- Officers were dispatched to Freeman Street for a report of a past breaking and entering with a package theft.  The reporting party stated that on 12/3 he received notification that his package had been delivered and left in the vestibule of his building.  On the day the package was discovered missing officers were dispatched to the same location for a report of a break and entering.  Officers believe the reporting party’s package may have been stolen at the same time as the break and entering.  This case is being investigated.

9:50PM- A report was taken on Fisher Avenue for malicious damage.  Officers spoke to the complainant who reported hearing a noise while in his home.  Upon going outside he discovered one of his two five foot nutcracker statues had been knocked over.  Home surveillance footage shows three males, late teens to early twenties approach the home and knock over the statue.  The three males then ran away.  The complainant further informed officers of an incident that occurred the night prior involving three males taking pictures with the nutcrackers.  This case is under investigation. 

10:01PM- Officers were dispatched to Winchester Street for a report of a package theft.  The reporting party stated she returned home and noticed a package that had been delivered had been ripped open with the contents missing.  The package was for her daughter who lived down stairs. The daughter reported leaving her home at 12:00PM and observing the package.  When she returned at 3:00PM and observed the package open with the contents missing and notified her mother.  This case is being investigated.

No comments: