Nov. 6, 3:24 p.m. – A resident called saying that a home on Northgate Road she had been watching for a friend had been broken into.
Items stolen included a laptop, a stereo, and large jars filled with coins.
The woman house-sitting said she had last been in the house two days earlier and had locked the front door, but left the patio door open.
Police found that a side door had been pried open and a screen door had been removed, with attempts made to remove a window that were unsuccessful.
The only suspect the woman could think of was a man who jogged regularly in the area.
Officers told the home owner and home owner’s daughter-in-law of the incident. The daughter-in-law was out of town, but asked her husband to check on the property.
Nov. 6, 8:41 p.m. – An officer was dispatched to New Yorker Avenue for a child in possession of a large knife.
According to police reports, the child had taken the knife from his home in order to protect himself from older children in the neighborhood.
The child was advised to contact his mother immediately if the older children cause further issues instead of using a knife.
Nov. 7, 11:44 a.m. – An individual reported that a fraudulent purchase on his debit card was made on Drum Hill Road for the amount of $349.56. The individual was advised to contact his bank.
Nov. 9, 9:50 p.m. – Residents on Garrison Road reported that their house was egged by vandals, but police could not find the culprit after a search of the area.