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Police Log: Thefts Reported at Winchester Hospital, High School

The following information comes from the Winchester Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

[Editor's note: The following information comes from the Winchester Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.]

Feb. 11

No significant items to report.

Thefts Reported at Winchester Hospital, High School

At 12:13 p.m. Feb. 12, Winchester Police responded to Winchester Hospital for a report of a past larceny. The caller reported $40 was taken from her purse that she left in a secure employees-only area of the hospital on Feb. 10, according to police. Hospital security was expected to follow up on the incident, according to police. A report was taken.

At 9:14 a.m. Feb. 13, police responded to Winchester High School on a report of a larceny. A student claimed that their iPod Touch was taken from their backpack in the boys' locker room, according to police. A report was taken.

Feb. 12

6:09 p.m.: Police called to a Waterfield Road parking lot for a report of a minor mtor vehicle hit-and-run. No tows or transports logged. A report was taken.

1:30 p.m.: Police called to Washington Street for a report of a two-vehicle accident near St. Mary's. No tows or transports logged.

3:21 p.m.: Police responded to Thompson Street on a report of a Massachusetts license plate found in a snowbank. 

3:59 p.m.: Police called to Converse Place for a report of a minor motor vehicle accident. A 29-year-old Winchester man allegedly backed into another vehicle, and police cited him for having an uninsured and unregistered vehicle. A criminal complaint was also filed and police seized his license and plates. A report was taken.

Feb. 14

3:08 p.m.: Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Main Street. The vehicle was stopped for having an expired registration sticker, according to police. Police confirmed the registration and also the driver's license were expired. The Winchester woman was informed that she would be cited for having an expired license, while her husband would also be cited for allowing operation of an unregistered motor vehicle, according to police. The vehicle was towed, according to police.

7:30 p.m.: Police responded to Highland Avenue on a report of a two-vehicle accident. No tows or injuries logged.

Feb. 15

8:07 p.m.: Police called to Hillside Avenue for a report of Internet credit card fraud. The caller reported receiving a call from a Verizon employee about a suspicious purchase, according to police. A $395 Blackberry Bold was purchased on Feb. 11 and sent to a Somerville address, according to police. The Winchester victim told police she would contact a credit reporting agency to flag her account. A report was taken.

Feb. 16

11:28 a.m.: Police responded to Church Street for a report of a minor motor vehicle accident. A 31-year-old Winchester resident was cited for allowing an unregistered vehicle to remain on a public way, according to police. The vehicle was towed, according to police.

Feb. 17-18

No significant items to report.

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