Harwich Police Blotter for Monday, April 4, 2011

Harwich Police Blotter for Saturday, April 2nd through Sunday, April 3, 2011

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Monday, April 4, 2011

01:26:00 AM motor vehicle stop, Orleans Road and Spence's Trace, verbal warning issued

02:01:00 AM area check, Great Western Road, beach/shoreline service

02:11:00 AM area check, Pleasant Road, beach/shoreline service

02:24:00 AM building check, Parallel Street, no action required

05:24:00 AM community policing activity, Route 28, rendered

07:34:00 AM alarm business, Spruce Grove Road, checked/secured

09:15:00 AM motor vehicle stop, Depot Street and Squantum Path, citation/warning issued

09:23:00 AM escort/transport, Main Street, rendered

09:32:00 AM school resources officer, Oak Street, rendered

09:32:00 AM school resources officer, Sisson Road, rendered

10:02:00 AM motor vehicle stop, Route 137 and Sherwood Road verbal warning issued

11:02:00 AM motor vehicle stop, Pleasant Bay Road and Route 137, verbal warning issued

11:11:00 AM attempt to serve warrant, Main Street, unfounded

11:21:00 AM radar assignment, Chatham Road and Parsons Path, no action required

11:23:00 AM assist Harwich Fire Department, Bank Street, medical, transported to hospital

11:24:00 AM traffic enforcement, Great Western Road and Depot Street, no action required

12:40:00 PM erratic operator motor vehicle, Sisson Road, gone on arrival

12:57:00 PM well being check, Englewood Drive, rendered

01:39:00 PM radar assignment, Sisson Road, rendered

01:49:00 PM assist Harwich Fire Department, Pleasant Lake Ave., medical call

01:58:00 PM motor vehicle stop, Sisson Road and Six Penny Lane, verbal warning issued

02:09:00 PM motor vehicle stop, Sisson Road and Forest Street, verbal warning issued

02:20:00 PM trespass (person), Route 28, investigated

02:29:00 PM disabled motor vehicle, Cranberry Hollow Lane,  no action required

02:43:00 PM 911 hang-up, South Street, investigated

03:28:00 PM motor vehicle stop, Depot Street and Great Western Road, verbal warning issued

04:31:00 PM message delivery, Long Road, rendered

04:48:00 PM general services, Beriah Brooks Road, investigated

04:54:00 PM 911 hang-up, Ocean Ave., investigated

05:32:00 PM general services, Ocean Ave., rendered

06:14:00 PM 911 hang-up, Pine Orchard Road, investigated

06:29:00 PM suspicious activity, Spruce Road, gone on arrival

06:48:00 PM suspicious vehicle, Route 28, investigated

07:13:00 PM motor vehicle stop, Pleasant Lake Ave., verbal warning issued

07:43:00 PM building check, Depot Street, no action required

07:48:00 PM suspicious activity, Route 28 and Division Street, investigated

09:14:00 PM suspicious activity, Bells Neck Road, investigated

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

12:55:00 AM radar assignment, Route 28 and Sisson Road, rendered

01:10:00 AM building check, Route 28, checked/secured

01:16:00 AM traffic enforcement, Main Street and Bank Street rendered

01:52:00 AM building check, South Street, no action required

02:08:00 AM building check, Orleans Road, checked/secured

02:19:00 AM building check, Oak Street, checked/secured

02:27:00 AM motor vehicle stop, Bank Street and Miles Street, verbal warning issued

02:31:00 AM dedicated patrol, Standish Woods Circle, rendered

03:00:00 AM building check, Route 28, no action required

03:19:00 AM area check, Long Pond Drive, beach/shoreline service

03:27:00 AM suspicious activity, Sisson Road, could not locate

03:50:00 AM building check, Route 28, checked/secured

04:07:00 AM dedicated patrol, Saquatucket Bluffs Road, rendered

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