Woodstock Police Log: Theft Reported On Spruce Way

October 19, 2011

in News,Police Log

From Chief Robbie Blish, Woodstock Police

October 2
5:46 p.m. Officers assisted Woodstock Fire Department
5:29 p.m. Officers responded to a 911 hang up in West Woodstock
October 1
2:02 p.m. American Express card turned into police
1:21 p.m. Minor accident in the Mac’s parking lot
12:48 p.m. Report of vandalism on Hall Circle
8:55 a.m. Officers responded to a fatal accident on Church Street
September 30
2:52 p.m. Volvo keys turned into police
12:10 p.m. Officer assisted Woodstock Ambulance
10:23 a.m. Officer provided a wide load escort through the Village
7:20 a.m. Officer responded to a parking complaint on River Road
September 29
2:54 p.m. Officer responded to a parking complaint on East Woodstock Road
12:05 a.m. Officer assisted Woodstock Ambulance
September 28
6:47 p.m. Report of a suspicious man sitting in vehicle on Church Street, gone upon officers arrival
Officer performed numerous property checks
September 27
10:05 a.m. Officer responded to a residential burglary alarm in the Village
No time given Report of erratic operation, officer unable to locate
5:24 p.m. Report of erratic operation; elderly driver identified
6:35 p.m. Motorist reports striking a lifted manhole cover
8:14 a.m. Suspicious incident on Hartland Hill Road
7:25 a.m. Officer performed a VIN verification
September 26
8:51 p.m. Wallet turned into police and returned to owner
5:30 p.m. Theft reported on Spruce Way
3:19 p.m. Officer responded to a residential burglary alarm in the town
2:04 p.m. Wallet turned into police, still looking for the owner
11:16 a.m. Officers investigated a suspicious phone call
10:52 a.m. Officer performed a VIN verification
7:40 a.m. Officer responded to a residential burglary alarm in the Town; accidental activation by a contractor

Recent burglaries appear related and all the victims’ homes were unlocked. WPD is working with adjacent agencies on these burglaries.
Residents are asked to immediately report any suspicious persons or cars.
Anyone with info regarding these crimes is asked to contact WPD Officer Joe Swanson at 457-1420.
Residents are also cautioned to not leave their homes or vehicles unsecured.

This article first appeared in the October 6th print edition of the Vermont Standard.

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