Monday, March 28
8:19 a.m. – Caller reports her uncle at Waldemar Avenue residence is on the floor and not feeling well. Call transferred to WFD and EMS for service.
8:27 a.m. – Party from Walden Place reports the driveway is being blocked by a construction truck. The WFD had to come to her home last week and had a tough time getting by the motor vehicles. Officer reports the driveway is clear at the present time.
11:05 a.m. – Paul Revere Transportation called requesting an officer respond for a motor vehicle crash involving one of their buses. Officers request a town truck for the motor vehicle involved.
1:21 p.m. – Manager reports two people were shoplifting at a Woodside Avenue business but the individuals are shown on video surveillance.
1:27 p.m. – Party reports a truck obstructing passage of one of their buses on Hermon Street at Pauline Street.
2 p.m. – Officer reports a motor vehicle submerged in the water at the boat ramp near Rice’s Wharf. Motor vehicle appears to have been there a while. GJ Towing notified. WFD notified as well. Motor vehicle stolen out of Revere located, sent to Revere PD.
10:39 p.m. – Party walked into the police station with a wallet that he found on Pauline Street.
Tuesday, March 29
1:52 a.m. – Female caller reports hearing sounds in her home on Charles Street and wasn’t sure if someone broke in to the home. Officers report no on inside home. Also they informed the homeowner to lock the doors.
12:30 p.m. – Party called to report a car with Connecticut plates that parked in the middle of the road (Irwin Street). The party said the car was located on the corner.
2:06 p.m. – An individual called to report a Powerball sweepstakes lottery scam. The individual stated that a Mr. Johnson called her and told her that she would receive $2.5 million and a Mercedes automobile if she wire transferred $1,250 through Western Union to a Florida address. The individual was informed that it was a scam and not to give any money or information.
5:41 p.m. – Caller reports going by a Sea Foam address and observing a male wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt. The individual had a stick in his hand and hit the dog twice with the stick. The caller said the dog appeared to be medium and brown in color and cowering. The caller was not sure what was going on or if it was training but was concerned for the animal. The police officer responded and spoke with first floor occupants of the residence and they said knew nothing about the situation. The officer was unable to locate the male or the dog.
10:12 p.m. – Woman from Linden Street called to report hearing a bang and looking and seeing glass in the street. Officer reports it appears that a florescent bulb exploded and that was the bang and then the resulting glass on the street.
Wednesday, March 30
1:39 a.m. Directed patrols are conducted throughout the town, with the last one commencing at 2:25 p.m. and all areas reported as quiet.
9:09 a.m. – Caller reports dispute with next-door neighbor over renovations being done to the property. Units report no sign of dispute in the area.
4:21 p.m. – Call from Town Hall to report a vehicle parked in the handicapped spot. Officer reports owner sitting in vehicle. She is waiting for her child. The owner will move the vehicle.
10:13 p.m. – Caller from Lincoln Street reports a male was knocking on her door stating he was from Comcast and attempting to collect a bill. She refused to answer the door, and after standing outside for several minites, he left in a white van with a ladder on the roof. All units should be on the lookout for the individual.
Thursday, March 31
12:36 a.m. – Caller from Shore Drive residence reports a man is yelling and screaming at a woman in the area there.
9:54 a.m. – Caller reports his vehicle was struck while parked in the Energy to Go parking lot.
1:58 p.m. – An individual came in to the police station with a list of two items stolen from her apartment. This incident occurred in November, 2010. The individual is a resident of Irwin Street.
2:08 p.m. Caller reports there is an animal possibly trapped between electrical wires on the telephone pole outsude of her house. WPD notified.
7:09 p.m. An individual reports she was walking home from Winthrop Center and a black car with tinted windows was driving erratically in the area. No further description is given.
11;06 p.m. – Officer reports the traffic light cycle at Highland, Crest, and Revere streets are off cycle, specifically Highland Avenue at Revere Street. It took five cycles to change.
4:30 a.m. – Officer reports streets are becoming snow covered and slippery. Steve Calla of the DPW is notified and will send out sanders.
8:05 a.m. – Several calls are receiving concerning an accident at Cross Street at Shirley Street. Officers report both operators are treated at the scene. Both vehicles will be towed.
8:33 a.m. – Caller reports a van in the one-hour area on Winthrop Street has been parked there all night. Officer reports the vehicle has not been moved all night. A parking ticket is placed on the vehicle.
8:50 a.m. – Officer stops a vehicle on Revere Street for impeded operation. A citation is issued.
12:47 p.m. Caller reports a blue-covered Mustang with silver stripes is being driven into town and there is a young child in the front passenger seat.
2:56 p.m. – Caller stated a group of 5-6 kids, located across the street from St. John’s Church, were throwing snowballs at cars on Winthrop Street. The officer reports there are no kids in the area.
9:37 p.m. – The officer reports the light is on in the fieldhouse at Miller Field and the door is open to the fieldhouse. Unable to contact the athletic director but the official was able to contact a Viking Pride official who has an office in the fieldhouse and stated the light has been on for days.
11:06 – A moor vehicle on Waldemar Avenue that had been blocking a driveway is moved by the vehicle owner prior to the officer’s arrival on the scene.
11:23 p.m. – A parent reports an argument between two siblings. The officers settled it as it was over a Facebook entry. All are advised and the parent will call back if there is a need to do so.