11:12 a.m., Oct. 22: A caller reported a larceny from a vehicle on Birch Lane. On arrival, officers saw a smashed rear window. The caller’s purse was taking along with a few more items. The GPS wasn’t taken, which officers noted as odd.
11:41 a.m., Oct. 22: Officers responded to a report of a larceny from a motor vehicle at 70 Johnson Road. Someone broke through the sunroof of their Toyota Highlander. The caller reported that there Coach purse, cell phone, and a few other items were missing.
12:44 p.m., Oct. 22: Officers followed up on an instance from September 2013 involving larcenies and fraudulent use of credit cards that were stolen from lockers at the Planet Fitness. One of the victims had their 2009 Mazda 3 stolen, which had their cell phone and wallet, license, and three credit cards. The victim learned that one of the cards was used to make a purchase over $250. The police continued to monitor the cards used for fraudulent purchases, including one at the Winchester Stop and Shop. The suspects were driving a Mazda 3 also. This investigation is ongoing.
3:32 p.m., Oct. 22: Officers stopped a Chevy dump truck pulling a landscaping trailer on Cross Street after leaves and yard debris fell out of the dump bed. The driver told police that he did not have a license and gave the officer a Brazilian passport and the registration. The officer ran the man’s information and found that he did not have a license or a state I.D. The driver was cited for allowing the yard debris to fall out and a licensed driver took over at the wheel.
4:52 p.m., Oct. 22: A caller reported that they were the victim of 10 fraudulent charges from various stores in New Mexico, totaling about $572.11:52 p.m., Oct. 22: A caller reported a past larceny on Ridge Street. The caller reported that someone smashed their sunroof and took a leather briefcase, which was recovered on Coolidge Street.