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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 crimereports.com

Monday, January 23, 2023

January 16 to January 22

   

Monday, January 16

BIKE THEFT

Officers were called to Vernon St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they had left their bike unsecured on the front porch of their residence. They discovered a few hours later that it was missing.

Tuesday, January 17

THEFT

Officers responded to Village Way for a report, where the reporting party shared that they had left a bike trailer unsecured on the front porch of their residence overnight. They discovered the next morning that it was missing.

SHOPLIFTING

Officers were called to Washington St for a report of shoplifting.

SCAM

Officers took a report, where the reporting party stated they sold an item on FaceBook Marketplace, but the buyer never transferred the agreed upon payment.

Wednesday, January 18

PACKAGE THEFT

Officers responded to Freeman St for a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered someone had impersonated them and signed for a delivery.

THEFT

Officers took a report of a theft that occurred on Beacon St.

SHOPLIFTING

Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. 

ID FRAUD

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they discovered an individual had opened an unauthorized bank account using their personal information.

ID FRAUD

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered an unauthorized loan had been taken out in their name.

PACKAGE THEFT

Officers were called to Beacon St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they received notification of an alert. When they went to collect it, the package was missing.

Thursday, January 19

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that a male individual trespassed on their private property on Orchard Rd. The individual was seen walking around the residence before leaving the area without further incident.

Friday, January 20

ID FRAUD

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered their social security number had been compromised.

ASSAULT

Officers responded to Pleasant St for a report of an altercation between two individuals after a verbal argument. One of the parties was summonsed to court.

ANIMAL BITE

Officers took a report of a dog bite that occurred at Griggs Park. The reporting party stated their dog was bit by another dog, which was off-leash, while they were walking in the park.

CHECK FRAUD

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered a forged check had been cashed from their account.

Saturday, January 21

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that a male individual trespassed on their private property on Powell St. The individual was seen walking around the residence before leaving the area without further incident.

SCAM

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared they received a notification that their computer was infected with a virus and to contact the given number. The support agent requested that they download an app that allowed for remote access of their computer and that they provide their online banking information. The scammer then requested the victim transfer funds to a given bank account.

THEFT

Officers were called to Westbourne Tr for a report of multiple thefts from a building. The reporting parties shared that they stored their belongings in unsecured lockers and later discovered property had been stolen.

ID FRAUD

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered someone had attempted to open a credit line in their name.

Sunday, January 22

PACKAGE THEFT

Officers responded to Powell St for a report, where the reporting party shared that they discovered packages, which had been left on the front porch of a residence, had been opened and their contents thrown about the lawn.

CHECK FRAUD

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they mailed a check and later discovered it had been altered before being cashed.

SCAM

Officers took a report, where the reporting party shared that they purchased items from an individual on Facebook and later discovered that the seller's account had been hacked.

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