Police log, December 28, 2012

Emergency Response and Crime Report
Friday, Dec. 28, 2012
3:24 a.m.: motor vehicle violation, South Maple Street, a patrol officer reports he encountered a parked vehicle which was stuck in the snow and the owner’s son was shoveling in an attempt to extricate the vehicle, the officer reports a routine check revealed that the vehicle’s registration had been revoked for lack of insurance, the vehicle was towed and the plates were seized;
10:00 a.m.: larceny, North Elm Street, a patrol officer reports he was flagged down by the owner of a North Elm Street bar who said he wanted to report a larceny, the office reports the man said that a customer had provided a debit card and had run a tab at the bar but, when it came time to settle his $124 bill, the bartender found that the card was declined, the complainant said that the customer said he would take the card to an ATM to get cash to pay the tab but did not return;
10:41 a.m.: breaking and entering, Apremont Way, a caller from an Apremont Way business reports a company vehicle was broken into and property was stolen, the responding officer reports the complainant said that it was recently discovered that a window of a company truck which had been parked at the business since Wednesday had been smashed and tools and equipment valued at about $5,000 had been stolen;
11:28 a.m.: breaking and entering, Loomis Avenue, a caller reports a relative’s home has been broken into, the responding officer reports the caller said that he checked the house of a relative who is away and found the rear door had been kicked in, a bedroom was ransacked and jewelry was stolen;
4:45 p.m.: animal complaint, Orange Street, a caller reports she has taken custody of a dog which she saw was struck by a vehicle but was not seriously injured, a responding animal control officer reports he transported the dog to the municipal animal shelter;
8:18 p.m.: breaking and entering, Spruce Street, a caller reports his house was broken into, the responding officer report that a window was broken to gain entry and the house was ransacked, the caller said the incident apparently occurred 7-8 p.m., a large jar of loose coins believed to be valued at about $250 was stolen.

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