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Tuesday, December 22, 2020

December 22, 2020

 Officers took 7 reports of Unemployment Fraud since 12/6

12/16/2020- Officers conducted a traffic stop for the vehicle failing to stop for a pedestrian in the crosswalk.  The operator was placed under arrest for operation after suspension.

12/16/2020- Officers took a larceny from a motor vehicle report from a resident of Aspinwall Ave. The resident informed officers that the vehicle was parked on the street in front of their residence.  They returned to their car to find multiple items missing.

12/18/2020- Officers took a larceny from a motor vehicle report from a resident of Stearns Rd.  The victim reported that sometime since 12/9 their car had been entered.  They found that multiple items had been taken from the vehicle.

12/20/2020- Officers took a package theft report from a resident of Welland Rd.  A neighbor had found a package addressed to the victim along Tappan St.   The package had been torn apart and was empty.  Due to the increase of package thefts, it was brought to the victim’s attention.  The victim reported that the package had not yet been received and the items were stolen.

12/21/2020- Officers took a bike theft report from a resident of Washington St.  The victim reported that they went to check on their bike that was kept in the shared basement of their building and found it had been stolen.

12/21/2020- Officers took a Larceny from a motor vehicle from a resident of Elm St.  The resident reported that their vehicle was parked in their driveway overnight and in the morning when they went to get in they noticed that it had been rummaged through.


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