Breaking and Entering in Norton Police Log: Oct. 25 - 26

The following information was supplied by Norton Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Thursday, Oct. 25
12:32 a.m.: Reservoir Street, suspicious condition. Caller reports gray house believed to be abandoned with garbage around the yard has the doors open. Caller reports usually she sees youths hanging around the yard. Caller advised to call when she see's suspicious conditions take place. Patrolman Winters reports house has been re-secured.
2:15 a.m.: E. Main Street. Police arrested Nathaniel A. Lamore, 30, of E. Main Street, Norton, and charged him with speeding in violation special regulation and operation of a motor vehicle with a revoked license.
3:21 a.m.: Arnold Palmer Boulevard, breaking and entering of a building. Sergeant Desfosses reports off at TPC, smashed window at Pro Shop. Several items taken for processing. Detective Lieutenant Petersen standing by for video.
9:13 a.m.: Leonard Street, breaking and entering of a building. Some items were taken for processing.
10:33 a.m.: N. Washington Street, breaking and entering of a residence. Missing generator from shed.
5:54 p.m.: W. Main Street, breaking and entering of a residence. Caller reports front door open, missing jewelry. Jewelry box taken as evidence and Patrolman Turcotta canvassing the neighborhood.
7:30 p.m.: Mansfield Avenue, shoplifting. Caller reporting they have a female shoplifter in custody. She is not giving them a problem at this time. Patrolman Winters requesting Animal Control Officer to the scene to retrieve female’s dog from her vehicle.
7:33 p.m.: N. Highland Road, breaking and entering of a residence. Caller reports she just noticed larceny of money and jewelry. Area canvassed.
7:57 p.m.: W. Main Street, motor vehicle accident hit and run. Caller reporting his son's girlfriend called him and stated that she was involved in a hit and run. No injuries and she told him there doesn't appear to be much damage. No vehicle info provided on the striking vehicle. He states that she is in the lot at Wetherell's. Patrolman Cota is with the operator of the striking vehicle, she came into the lobby.
8:23 p.m.: Mansfield Avenue. Police arrested Kimberly M. Griffin, 56, of Cross Street, Norton, and charged her with shoplifting by concealing merchandise.
11:36 p.m.: W. Main Street, liquor law violation. Patrolman Turcotte reports off with an individual with an open container. Warning issued, individual disposed of the bottle properly and is en route to the Sportsway. Turcotte reports speaking to a second individual with an open
container. Advised and warning issued.
11:59 p.m.: W. Main Street, liquor law violation. Patrolman Turcotte reports two more incidents with Wheaton students littering beer bottles on their way to Sportsway. They have been disposed of properly and were advised.

Friday, Oct. 26
1:05 a.m.: W. Main Street, suspicious condition. Patrolman Winters reports off with male party urinating in the woods behind Sportsway.  
5:35 a.m.: Howard Street, vandalism. Wheaton Public Safety reports approximately 16 vehicles on Howard Street have had their tires slashed. Patrolman Winters reports 17 vehicles, all drivers side tires.
6:42 a.m.: S. Lakeview Road, suspicious condition. Caller reports hearing about 10 gunshots within the last five minutes. Patrolman Winters advised that it is duck hunting season. Reporting party called back, he stated he didn't realize it was duck hunting season and he lives right on the water.
10:41 a.m.: E. Main Street, motor vehicle accident. No injuries.
3:29 p.m.: Eisenhower Drive, fraud/embezzlement. Walk-in for credit card fraud.
7:26 p.m.: Willis Drive, fraud/embezzlement. Subject into station reporting credit card fraud.


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