Wednesday, Aug. 1
12:56 p.m.: W. Main Street, motor vehicle accident. Multiple calls for an accident. Female has wrist injury. Fluid leak cleaned up.
5:49 p.m.: W. Main Street, vandalism. Caller reports that overnight someone vandalized the pump that was just installed for a fountain at Tricentennial Park. It appears that they tried to steal it. He reports that they found a medical alert bracelet on the scene that may belong to someone involved. He states that someone will be in tomorrow with the bracelet and to file a report.
9:55 p.m.: Alder Road, suspicious condition. Caller reports teenagers in area causing trouble, parking their vehicle on conservation land as well as starting a bonfire and being disruptive. Patrolman Mahoney reports group of five youths, no fire or drinking. They are on their way.
Thursday, Aug. 2
12:00 a.m.: Mansfield Avenue. Police arrested Robert P. Healy of Ames Street, Sharon, and charged him with improper turn, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, second offense.
2:34 a.m.: N. Washington Street, assisted Norton Fire Department. Female reports male fell and is bleeding from the head. Police dispatched due to disturbance in background with an agitated male. Transported to Sturdy Memorial Hospital.
9:20 a.m.: Walker Street, breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. Caller reports change from truck was stolen. Vehicle was not locked, and change was in a Willow Tree Farms container. Caller found cover to container down the street.
10:23 a.m.: W. Main Street, vandalism. Walk-in dropping off medical alert bracelet that was found
near vandalized fountain at Tricentennial Park two nights ago. Bracelet has no info on it to identify anyone.
10:51 a.m.: Evergreen Road, fraud/embezzlement. Walk-in reports check fraud.
1:40 p.m.: Bay Road, motor vehicle accident. Easton Police Department reports they received a call from someone who was driving on Bay Road, and thought they were in Easton when a large limb fell on their vehicle. Highway Department requested to assess the area. Damage was limited to a broken headlight. Tree limb is off to side of road.
Friday, Aug. 3
6:55 a.m.: S. Worcester Street, vandalism. Walk-in reporting his black Ford Mustang was
vandalized with graffiti. Called back to report more graffiti on his other car and other vehicles in the parking lot.
7:54 a.m.: Dean Street, vandalism. Caller reports there was a large rock thrown into her back windshield of her Lexus last night.
9:21 a.m.: Cranberry Lane, assisted Easton Police Department. Possible breaking and entering near Bay Road involving three white males in a Subaru. Norton officers asked to check house. No sign of break-in. Easton has subjects.
10:32 a.m.: Dean Street, vandalism. Caller reports his vehicle was vandalized last night, graffiti with his name specifically.
10:56 a.m.: E. Main Street, motor vehicle accident. Caller reports three car motor vehicle accident with possible injuries. All occupants appear to be out of the vehicles. Patrolman Cameron reports there were four vehicles involved in this incident. Fluid leak cleaned.
11:04 a.m.: Mansfield Avenue, harassment/threats. Walk-in reporting threats via text. She was advised of her options including a harassment order.
11:51 a.m.: Bay Road, assisted Taunton Police Department who reports individual involved in domestic in their city has driven into water; he is not in the vehicle. Chief Clark reports they have the suspect in custody. Taunton Police Department found rifle in the water.
12:11 p.m.: Taunton Avenue, motor vehicle accident. Caller reports minor motor vehicle accident in lot. Two parties are arguing. Detective Franco reports parties have calmed down. Damage is less than $1,000 and on private property; they are exchanging information.
1:11 p.m.: E. Main Street. Police arrested David Patrick Littlefield, 19, of Reservoir Street, Norton, and charged him with possession of a Class D substance with intent to distribute.
4:03 p.m.: Norton Glen Road, motor vehicle theft. Caller reports boyfriend took apartment and car keys and then took car, after being told he did not have permission. Patrolman King has spoken with caller, and is trying to resolve issue with caller's boyfriend. Vehicle has been returned by subject's now ex-boyfriend, who has also returned all property taken. Caller is satisfied with outcome and has been advised of options. King will be standing by on scene until subject is picked up and has left premises.
5:02 p.m.: Mansfield Avenue, suspicious condition. Large group with open containers. Subjects advised, open containers disposed of.
8:39 p.m.: W. Main Street, domestic disturbance.
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