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VANDALSIM

On March 1 at approximately 11:20 a.m., Captain Joseph Hopkins met with a complainant at police headquarters to take a report of a vandalism. The woman explained that she noticed a section of her chain link fence located at the rear of her property was bent upwards from the ground. Upon further inspection she noticed that the adjacent vertical posts were removed and the post caps that hold the top post were removed. The woman was concerned that someone might have been trying to access her property to commit a larceny. A report was taken and there are no suspects or witnesses.

LARCENY

Officer Quentin Tavares was dispatched to 900 Centerville Road on March 1 at approximately 4:41 p.m. for a report of a larceny. At the scene the officer spoke with the reporting party, who explained that she came out of the gym around 4:38 p.m. She stated that she had left her purse on the floor of the passenger side of the vehicle and had locked the doors. When she returned she noticed that the passenger side window was smashed and the purse was missing.

The Michael Kors purse contained $40 in cash and several debit and credit cards. There are currently no suspects.

TWO-CAR ROBBERY

On March 1 around 5:09 p.m., Officer Quentin Tavares was dispatched to the Psychological Associates at 889 Centerville Road for a larceny report.

At the scene he met with two parties who advised their vehicles had been broken into. The first stated that she had parked in the lot around 1 p.m. and when she returned she noticed that her passenger side window had been broken. Taken was a diaper bag, including a gold bracelet, with a total value of about $100.

The second party said she parked her car in the lot around 10 a.m. and when she returned she too noticed her passenger side window was broken. A purse and a pair of boots, with a total value of $205, were taken.

There are currently no suspects or witnesses, however the victims indicated that they wished to press charges should a suspect be found.

BREAKING AND ENTERING

On March 3 at approximately 8:11 a.m., Officer Tom Bogusz was dispatched to 695 West Shore Road on a possible breaking and entering into the Conimicut Variety convenience store.

Upon arrival the officer spoke with the store owner, who stated that when he arrived to open for the day he discovered that the door to the back room was broken and a safe had been removed. He then discovered that $8,500 cash located in the safe was now missing.

A window at the front of the building was discovered broken. The report notes that during the prior evening there was a power outage in the neighborhood, and that the security camera along with alarm were not operational during that time.

Detectives were advised and responded to the scene for follow up and a report was taken.

STOLEN CAMERA

Officer Brian Holleran met with a victim at police headquarters on March 3 at approximately 6:22 p.m. for a report of a larceny from an automobile.

After speaking with the victim it was discovered that his Canon camera was missing. He said that he and his family were staying at the Sheraton Hotel on Post Road, and when he checked out and loaded up his vehicle he noticed that the camera was missing. There are currently no suspects.

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LeftWingWatch

Another bad week for the Department of Corrections. Lieutenant Anthony Atella is being questioned and put in a line up for allegedly assaulting Kevin Novosad of Warwick. The Incident was not reported by millworks tavern owner Tim. WPRI is failing to cooperate with concerned citizens of RI. Who will Fail the tax payers next, in the name of the state.

Wednesday, March 21