On Feb. 5 at approximately 8:34 a.m. Officer Daniel O’Connell responded to Archdale Drive for the report of a stolen trailer containing a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
The victim told the Officer that the black trailer was stored in his driveway the previous night, but when he woke up that morning and went outside around 8:30 a.m. he found that the trailer was gone.
The motorcycle is valued at $28,000 and the trailer is valued at $5,200. The victim said that the trailer hitch was locked at the time. Both the motorcycle and the trailer were entered into the system as stolen and a written statement from the victim was entered into Records.
On Feb. 8 at approximately 3:55 p.m. Officers Richard Odell and Nicholas DiNardo responded to an apartment complex on Sandy Lane for a report of larceny from a motor vehicle.
The reporting party told the Officers that she had locked her Toyota Rav4 the previous day around 4:30 p.m. and when she went out to the lot that day around 3:30 p.m. she saw that her driver’s door was cracked, but still locked. She also saw that the glove box and center console had been opened and the contents were emptied onto the passenger seat.
The only thing missing was a Garmin GPS valued around $100. The victim said she was sure she locked her door but no alarm sounded at any time and there was no evidence of forced entry.
Meanwhile, another person in the same apartment complex told the Officers that her Honda Civic, which was left unlocked, had been entered and rummaged through, but nothing was taken.
There was nothing to process on both vehicles and statements were taken. The case was then forwarded to detectives.
On Feb. 3 at approximately 3:39 p.m. Officers Walter Larson and Derek Mourato responded to a shoplifting in progress at the Target store at Warwick Mall. Dispatch reported that two males had exited the store with unpaid merchandise and were walking westbound, at which point the Loss Prevention officer lost sight of them.
The officers checked the area but did not find the males.
At the store, the Loss Prevention officer told them that she saw one of the suspects take a pair of Philips wireless headphones and a pair of Skull Candy headphones, valued totally at $109.98. She said that the male removed the wrapping and concealed the items in his jacket pocket. The other male did the same thing with a Roku speaker and a Fabriq speaker, valued totally at $99.99.
The males then exited the store without paying and continued to walk even when the Loss Prevention officer confronted them and asked them to stop.
The store wished to press charges if the suspects were found. Receipts for the stolen merchandise were placed into Records and the report was forwarded to Detectives.
On Feb. 4 at approximately 3:26 p.m. Officers Walter Larson and Tammy Mello responded to the Macy’s store at the Warwick Mall for a report of a shoplifting in progress. Dispatch reported that two females had fled the scene after being approached by the Loss Prevention officer and headed south on Greenwich Ave. in a Honda sedan.
At the store, the Loss Prevention officer gave descriptions of the suspects to the Officers and told them that the two females had grabbed miscellaneous merchandise totally valued at $465.99 and concealed the items in Macy’s shopping bags. They then exited the store without paying and left in what the officer believed to be a Honda. The store wished to press charges if the suspects were found.
Photos of the two suspects as well as a photo of the suspect vehicle (for which a license plate number could not be discerned) were placed into Records. Two surveillance videos were placed into evidence and the report was forwarded to detectives.