Monday, June 13
ANIMAL VIOLATION- An individual was seen walking their dog without a muzzle, after it was mandated by the town due to past incidents. The owner was issued a by-law citation.
PACKAGE THEFT- Officers responded to Park St for a theft report where the reporting party shared they discovered an individual was going through their mail and taking items. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.
FRAUD- Officers took a report of ID fraud. The reporting party stated they discovered someone claiming to be the owner had emptied and then closed their bank account.
Tuesday, June 14
CAR BREAK- Officers were called to Strathmore Rd for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party shared they left their vehicle in their driveway overnight and discovered the next morning that it had been gone through and property was stolen.
Wednesday, June 15
FRAUD- Officers took a report of internet fraud where the reporting party shared that they called a number of an alert that appeared on their computer screen and were told that their computer, phone, and bank accounts had been hacked. The perpetrator then told them to transfer their funds to a temporary account.
FRAUD- Officers took a report of internet fraud where the reporting party was in communication with another individual online in regards to a sublease. The perpetrator claimed there was a mistake with Zelle and requested a large money transfer to cover the cost.
Thursday, June 16
MV THEFT- Officers took a report of a stolen motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they left their motorcycle behind their building and returned a few days later to discover that it was missing. The motorcycle has since been recovered.
Friday, June 17
THEFT- Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Clyde St. The reporting party stated they had left a bag unattended and later discovered that it was missing. The matter is under investigation.
BIKE THEFT- Officers took a report of a theft that occurred at Eliot Playground. The reporting party stated their child had left their bike at the playground for a few days, and when they went to retrieve it, they discovered it was missing.
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY- Officers responded to the area of Pond Av for a report of an attempted robbery. The victim stated they were running along the bike path when a couple unidentified individuals began chasing after them, yelling threats and obscenities. Nothing was taken, and there was no further interactions were made.
Saturday, June 18
THEFT- Officers were called to Clyde St for a report of a theft, where the reporting parties stated electronics were stolen from an unsecured room. The matter is under investigation.
Sunday, June 19
THEFT- Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Clyde St. The reporting party stated they discovered their wallet was missing when they received an alert to bank activity. It was discovered an individual had repeatedly attempted to withdraw money using the stolen cards. The perpetrator was summonsed to court.
ASSAULT- Officers responded to Beacon St for a report of an assault. The victim reported that they were walking along the sidewalk when another unidentified individual approached them and slapped the coffee from their hands. The perpetrator then ran away.
THEFT- Officers were called to Webster St for a report, where the reporting party stated they returned to their room to discover property had been stolen. The perpetrator has been summonsed to court.
BIKE THEFT- Officers responded to Independence Dr for a report of a stolen bicycle. The reporting party stated they left their bike outside the front door and returned an hour later to discover it was missing.