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Thursday, January 21, 2021

January 21, 2021


1/20/2021 SUSPECTED FRAUD – Officers responded to a report from a bank manager on W Roxbury Parkway where they believed that a patron of the bank is the unknowing victim of a scam. The patron has been depositing their money to a bank in another state, believing that they will get the money back soon as part of their investment. This prompted the bank manager to call the police. The patron was reluctant in giving more information and at this time detectives are still investigating.

1/20/2021 PACKAGE THEFT – Officers took report of a package theft on Marion St. where the buyer received an email that their package had been delivered. Seeing that the package was not there, the merchant was contacted. They confirmed that the package was delivered and so the buyer reported to police that their package was stolen.

1/20/2021 UNEMPLOYMENT FRAUD – Officers took a report for unemployment fraud when they were contacted by a citizen stating that their employer received an unemployment claim in their name. Since they did not file for unemployment, a police report has been filed as well as a report with the Department of Unemployment.

1/20/2021 DISPUTE - Officers responded to an altercation on Beacon St. among two citizens. The dispute was over the usage of a parking spot, where a subject accused the other involved person of parking illegally. The accused subject stayed in their car until officers arrived to deescalate and resolve the dispute.

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