Police Log Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Major crime and incident report
Wednesday, March 18, 2020


1:56 a.m.: vandalism, Pochassic Street at Montgomery Street, a patrol officer reports two youths were caught in the act of spray painting graffiti on a bridge, criminal complaints were filed;
3:09 p.m.: disturbance, Lincoln Street, a caller reports a college related disturbance, the two responding officers report peace was restored;
9:45 p.m.: larceny, Turnpike Industrial Road, a caller from a business reports larceny from an outside storage area, the responding officer report a considerable amount of metal was stolen from the company’s yard, the theft is under investigation.


9:26 a.m.: animal complaint, Congamond Road, a caller reports a man walking a dog that is on a leash but not under control and stated, “the dog was walking the man,” police investigated and could not find the person.
10:12 a.m.: 9-1-1 check, College Highway, police followed up on an abandoned 9-1-1 call and discovered it was accidental.
1:27 a.m.: suspicious motor vehicle, Berkshire Avenue, a caller reports a male in a hoodie in a white Acura pulled up next to her and tried to strike a conversation with her while she was walking,, police could not locate the vehicle.
1:34 a.m.: scam, Foster Road, a caller reports a person called claiming to be from the Social Security office.
7:50 p.m.: traffic stop, College Highway, an operator admitted to alcohol consumption and was waiting her a spouse.
8:05 p.m.: bylaw violation, College Highway, a caller reports a young person on a skateboard almost struck a patron at an auto parts store, police advised the subject of bylaws against skateboarding.

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