Jan. 19, 4:51 p.m. – An officer was called in for alleged larceny of an employee at a store in town. The employee was identified by a manager as having allegedly stolen shampoo, conditioner, cigarettes and tampons.
The manager also said that the employee had stolen small amounts of cash on earlier occasions.
No charges were filed, the employee was removed from the premises.
Jan. 23, 11:15 a.m. – A resident on Beatrice Road were concerned after spotting a man taking pictures of their house.
Although the man initially said he could not reveal who he worked for, the officer on the call insisted and the man said he worked for a consulting firm that goes to properties under foreclosure.
The man also said the resident was delinquent in payments on their mortgage; otherwise they could not be there.
This was contested by the resident, who stated that the matter had been resolved for over a year and she lived on a private street, also stating that the bank holding the mortgage was harassing her.
The officer did not see any “no trespassing” signs, and noted in his report that Beatrice Road is not a private street, also stating to the resident that the man had a right to be there, given the circumstances, although he verbally requested the man take his pictures of the property from the road.
Jan. 13, 3:46 p.m. – A man and a woman entered the Police Station to report a threatening incident by the man’s brother.
The incident occurred earlier that morning when the brother called the couple and threatened to kill the woman after he was not informed that the siblings’ mother had been admitted to the hospital.
Upon arriving at the hospital, the couple told security officials there about the call.
Although the woman had limited contact with the brother, she requested an emergency restraining order, which was granted later that day.