Wednesday, Oct. 10
8:15 a.m.: Plain Street, breaking and entering of a residence. Caller reports her house was broken into sometime yesterday and her jewelry and $300 cash is missing. Patrolman Robichaud reports spoke to several neighbors and canvassed the area with negative results.
2:33 p.m.: E. Main Street, sex offense. Past sexual assault.
4:21 p.m.: E. Main Street, general disturbance. Caller reports four teenage boys are fighting in front of her workplace, one boy has a bloody nose. All boys got into vehicles. Area search negative.
6:07 p.m.: Old Colony Road, motor vehicle accident. Two-car crash on the Norton/Attleboro Line. Caller is wife of one of the drivers involved, wasn’t sure if there were any injuries, due to a bad phone connection with her husband. Upon call back, reporting party said Attleboro Police Department was on scene, and he was in the town of Attleboro.
8:54 p.m.: Harvey Street, trespassing. Notice served.
Thursday, Oct. 11
6:32 a.m.: S. Lakeview Road, vandalism. Caller reports his vehicle was broken into overnight, front driver side window smashed. Soccer sized rock thrown through a window, extra patrols
requested in the cul-de-sac.
8:17 a.m.: Juniper Road, suspicious condition. Caller reports a Mercury Mountaineer parked at the corner of Lazy Lane with a broken window and flat tire. No one around it. Registered owner called to report his motor vehicle as missing, advised of the location. Also reports his neighbors motor vehicle was broken into. Vehicle inoperable and the owner is getting a tow. Detective Franco has a panel from the dash for fingerprinting.
10:51 a.m.: Mansfield Avenue, assisted another agency. Bristol County Elder Affairs into station looking for more information on an elderly male who is possibly getting abused.
11:24 p.m.: W. Main Street, general services. Patrolman Chmielinski off by Haskins Pharmacy with box of metal that has spilled out. Sergeant Whitfield enroute to assist with traffic. Water Department is assisting with cleanup. Owner of truck identified. Advised the wife to have her husband, the operator of the red truck, contact Chmielinski.
2:24 p.m.: S. Worcester Street, general disturbance. Walk-in requesting assistance of the Police Department to remove an unwanted intoxicated male. They are trying to convince him to go to detox and will transport him if he's willing. Patrolman Chmielinski heading into the station with male.
3:43 p.m.: E. Main Street/Route 495, motor vehicle accident. Caller reports he was involved in a two-car crash on the off ramp of 495 South heading into Norton. Since all officers tied up with another incident, State Police notified.
7:45 p.m.: Oak Street, suspicious condition. Caller reports she heard two gunshots coming from the woods. Sergeant Eisnor states he has had two vehicles stop him reporting they heard
gunshots also. Nearby resident out back shooting at a pack of coyotes that had been attacking his livestock. Second resident also out shouting at coyotes.
8:27 p.m.: E. Main Street, suspicious condition. Caller reports her husband is having a mental issue. She pulled into the police station for her safety, and her husband jumped out of the car. All units advised. Sergeant Eisnor on foot from Police Department. Subject believed to be in front of the American Legion. Subject detained. Transported to Sturdy Memorial Hospital.
Friday, Oct. 12
8:16 a.m.: Mansfield Avenue, motor vehicle accident. No injuries, but fluid leak. Two cars and two occupants, both deny injury. Damage is more than $1,000.
11:10 a.m.: Newland Street, suspicious condition. Caller reporting a blue minivan parked in the driveway. Her visiting nurse just came in and told her that it was there. It is unoccupied. Reporting party called back and stated male party arrived with a gas can and was filling the
tank. Male came through the woods with a gas can, possibly from his residence. Patrolman Mahoney reports vehicle was gone on arrival.
11:31 a.m.: Old Colony Road, general disturbance. Caller reports ongoing issues with residents of Old Colony Rest Home causing traffic problems and bothering their customers.
3:18 p.m.: Eisenhower Drive, fraud/embezzlement. Walk-in reporting credit card fraud.
4:29 p.m.: Mansfield Avenue, motor vehicle accident. Caller reporting minor two-car crash with no injuries.
7:02 p.m.: W. Main Street, suspicious condition. Caller reports four subjects just left in a white Infinity. Caller reports at least one underaged male is possibly drunk as the male told the caller he was and proceeded to show him a bottle of alcohol. Area check negative.
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