Southborough police logs (10/2/12 – 10/4/12): Home and vehicle break-ins reported

by susan on October 5, 2012

A home on Marlboro Road was broken into sometime on Monday night. It’s the latest in a string of home break-ins that has plagued the town since August. According to the police report, multiple items were stolen from the home. No other details were provided.

On Thursday night, police investigated three vehicle break ins that occurred while the cars were parked at an unspecified Turnpike Road business. Items including laptops were stolen from the vehicles in each case.

You can read about those incidents, and more, in the latest installment of the Southborough Police Department logs (via Facebook).

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

  • 0222 hrs – Officers assisted a disabled motorist on Turnpike Road.
  • 0300 hrs – A medical was reported at a Parkerville Road residence.
  • 1057 hrs – An officer attempted to serve a “No Trespass” order to a Boston Road resident.
  • 1655 hrs – Officers investigated a two car, motor vehicle accident on St. Marks Street.
  • 2056 hrs – Officers responded to a Turnpike Road business after a Taxi Driver called to complain that his passenger would not pay the cab fare. After speaking with the officers, the passenger paid the driver the required fee.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

  • 0334 hrs – Officers responded to the intersection of Turnpike Road and Winter Street (with the SFD) for an odor of natural gas. NStar was notified and responded to the area.
  • 0419 hrs – A resident of Oak Hill Road called to report that they heard noises outside their window. Responding officers checked the area and reported back a negative finding.
  • 0750 hrs – A resident of Marlboro Road reported that their home was broken into sometime since Monday night. The resident reports that multiple items were taken from the home. The detective unit is currently investigating the break-in, and the owner is compiling a list of items that were taken. If you have any information regarding this break-in, please contact Detective McCarthy at (508) 485-2121.
  • 0823 hrs – Officers investigated a burglar alarm at a Meeting House Road residence.
  • 0838 hrs – Officers investigated a burglar alarm at a Northboro Road business.
  • 1118 hrs – Officers investigated an abandoned 911 call from a Parkerville Road residence.
  • 1134 hrs – Officers investigated a report of an erratic operator on Marlboro Road. The responding officer reported that the vehicle appeared to have left the area.
  • 1135 hrs – Officers investigated a report of a suspicious van parked outside of a home on Latisquama Road. The responding officer reported that the driver and the van checked out o.k.
  • 1155 hrs – Officers investigated a burglar alarm at a St. Martin Drive business.
  • 1331 hrs – A Kidder Lane resident called to report a suspicious male party in the area. The male party was located and checked out o.k.
  • 1520 hrs – Officers investigated an abandoned 911 call from a Granuaile Road residence.
  • 1716 hrs – Officers investigated a multi-vehicle accident on Turnpike Road. The accident scene was located and found to be in the Town of Framingham. Framingham police were notified.
  • 1830 hrs – Officers responded with the SFD to a Newton Street business for an odor of natural gas. Everything checked out o.k. at the scene.
  • 1858 hrs – Officers investigated a two car, motor vehicle accident on River Street. No injuries were reported from the scene of the accident.
  • 1914 hrs – Officers responded to Turnpike Road for a report of a suspicious male near the Framingham town line. The male was located and checked out o.k.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

  • 0150 hrs – An officer on patrol checked on four suspicious parties in a Turnpike Road parking lot. One of the parties was having a mechanical problem with their motorcycle. All checked out o.k., and officer cleared from the scene.
  • 0341 hrs – Officers investigated an abandoned 911 call from a Granuaile Road residence.
  • 0757 hrs – Officers investigated a two car, motor vehicle accident on Northboro Road. Injuries were reported from the scene of the accident.
  • 0909 hrs – Officers investigated a report of a suspicious white truck at the end of Red Gate Lane. The vehicle and the operator checked out ok.
  • 0923 hrs – A medical was reported at a Marlboro Road residence.
  • 1042 hrs – ARRESTED: A Woodland Road resident was arrested and charged with violating an active restraining order.
  • 1042 hrs – Officers investigated a burglar alarm at a Turnpike Road business.
  • 1411 hrs – Officer assisted a resident with a domestic issue.
  • 1442 hrs – Officers investigated a report of a suspicious person on River Street. The individual was located and checked out o.k.
  • 1447 hrs – Officers took a report of a possible scam letter from a Flagg Road resident. The letter was investigated and turned out to be legitimate.
  • 1501 hrs – A walk-in medical occurred at the police station.
  • 1715 hrs – ARRESTED: A Pine Hill Road resident was charged with Domestic Assault & Battery, and Assault & Battery by means of a Dangerous Weapon.
  • 1828 hrs – Officers responded to a Framingham Road residence for a report of a domestic altercation. The male party involved in the altercation left the area prior to the officer’s arrival. He is currently wanted for questioning in regards to this incident, and officers will be conducting a follow-up investigation.
  • 1900 hrs – A medical was reported at a Meeting House Lane residence.
  • 1948 hrs – A Southville Road resident called to report solicitors in the area.
  • 1950 hrs – A patron of a Turnpike Road business called to report that their vehicle was broken into while it was parked in the parking lot. Items including a laptop computer were taken from the vehicle.
  • 2105 hrs – Officers investigated a burglar alarm at a Main Street business.
  • 2108 hrs – A second patron of a Turnpike Road business called to report that their vehicle was broken into while it was parked in the parking lot. Items including a laptop computer were taken from the vehicle.
  • 2144 hrs – A third patron of a Turnpike Road business called to report that their vehicle was broken into while it was parked in the parking lot. Items including a laptop computer were taken from the vehicle.

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