Published: 11/14/2022 4:14:37 PM
Modified: 11/14/2022 4:14:35 PM
Sunday, October 9

10:28 a.m. – Police assisted a caller that was being harassed by phone since subject (trespassed) party had been verbally trespassed the previous day.

4:27 p.m. – 911 call from reporting party that said her daughter had left their residence 1½ hours earlier and never arrived at destination. Daughter (description provided) was not carrying a cell phone. Police checked the area and were unable to locate the female party. She was later located by Erving PD in their town. 

9:48 p.m. – Police responded to W Orange Road and Warwick Road where a  motor vehicle had struck a deer. On arrival there was no damage to the vehicle and the operator was not injured.  The deer was still alive and had to be put down.

Monday, October 10

12:18 a.m. – Traffic stop for expired inspection status resulted in an arrest for an outstanding warrant and being under the influence.

7:59 p.m. – Police responded to E River Street to investigate a suspicious person call. Police located the male party, who explained that he had just gotten out of “rehab” and was trying to make contact with two of his friends. Police provided a courtesy transport.

Tuesday, October 11

5:23 p.m. – Police responded to W Main Street to investigate a suspicious person(s) call.   Upon arrival it was found that one party had given another individual (known to him) $10 to purchase marijuana for him. That individual then decided to run away with his money. Police searched the area with negative results, and it was decided by the reporting party to not pursue criminal charges.

Wednesday, October 12

3:38 a.m. – Caller from Fairman Road requested police assistance with possible prowler. Police were showed camera footage where you could hear banging on the deck. It was determined the noise was most likely acorns falling on the deck. The exterior of the home, carport, and the vehicle were checked, and no signs of breaking and entering were detected. 

10:05 a.m. – Station lobby walk-in reported her that son had been talking to someone on Facebook (who he believes is his girlfriend) for two years. The scam sent him a check which the bank confirmed was a fraud. Check was not cashed, but reporting party wanted it on record. 

11:30 p.m. – Enfield Drive caller reported that he had heard a car speed up and then a bang. Reporting party then went outside and found his mailbox had been dented in and a piece of plastic on his lawn that appears to have come from a side mirror. Officers checked area with no success in finding the vehicle.

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