Calls for Service November 7-8, 2011
Officers were dispatched to a family dispute on Manor Avenue. The matter was brought under control and all parties were advised to contact the police if there were any further problems.
A Logan Street resident reported to police cash was stolen from his safety deposit box. The complainant was advised the detective bureau would be contacting him. Investigation to continue.
A North Warren Street resident reported her front lawn was damaged by a tractor trailer backing up to make the turn onto Grant Street. The operator of the tractor trailer was unaware he had caused any damage and stated he would see the lawn was properly repaired.
A 51 year old Mantua resident came to headquarters to report a forgery on her lease. The resident stated there is a clause in her lease that was forged. She was instructed on the procedures to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office.
Officers were dispatched to Gantt Avenue regarding a theft of copper leads from the AT&T Cell tower. The field engineer showed police several locations where the copper wiring was cut and the leads were removed.
Property manager of a rental unit reported to police there were unauthorized tenants living at the property.
A check with the landlord licensing registration showed all the tenants were named on the list. Contact was made with the property owner who was advised he failed to register the property as a rental unit.
A 55 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters to advise she was involved in a motor vehicle crash and the boyfriend of the other driver came onto her property. She is considering signing complaints of harassment. According to the motor vehicle accident report, the boyfriend was not in the vehicle at the time of the accident.
Officers were dispatched to Holroyd Place for a neighbor complaint. Both parties were advised of their right to sign a complaint.
Documentation was received by the police stating a 19 year old Woodbury resident is not on the tenant list for a rental unit. He was issued an occupant standard violation for living at the rental unit while not on the lease.
Police responded to a West Centre Street residence for a criminal mischief complaint. The resident showed officers a golf ball that had gone through the front glass window. The residents believe this happened while they were out. It went unnoticed as they normally use the back door as their main entrance.
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