Police Log: Breaking-and-Enterings Reported Around Town
The following information was provided by the Concord Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Friday, July 27
12:46 a.m. – An officer reported checking on a construction vehicle with its roof strobe light on in the area of Thoreau and Laurel streets.
7:50 a.m. – Police responded to an alarm activation on Musketaquid Road and confirmed it was accidental, set off by the homeowner.
8:42 a.m. – As a result of a motor vehicle stop in the area of Main Street and MacArthur Road, a Sudbury man was summonsed for operating an uninsured vehicle with revoked registration.
8:53 a.m. – An employee from the Concord Flower Shop on Commonwealth Avenue reported a $300 flower pot was stolen from outside the business sometime overnight.
9:34 a.m. – As a result of a motor vehicle stop on Barretts Mill Road, a Jamaica Plain woman was summonsed for operating with an unregistered, uninsured and uninspected motor vehicle without a license.
11:07 a.m. – A Martin Road resident reported his blue mountain bike, valued at $1,000, was missing from his garage and may have been taken in June of this year.
11:19 a.m. – An anonymous complaint came in regarding a vehicle parked in a handicapped space outside Starbucks that didn’t have proper plates or placards. Police left a voicemail with the vehicle’s registered owner, a Sudbury woman.
2:20 p.m. – A woman walked into the station with a gold bracelet she reportedly found in the Starbucks parking lot.
4:37 p.m. – A Monument Street resident called 911 to report the house had been broken into sometime after 11 a.m. Friday morning. According to the caller, the back door was ajar and bedroom doors had been disturbed.
9:05 p.m. – A resident called 911 to report pulling into his driveway on Main Street to find an unknown, dark-skinned man walking away from his home and a window that appeared to have been opened. The description was later updated to describe the suspect as a light-skinned black or Hispanic man wearing black pants and a Red Sox hat; the K9 from Acton tracked to the Depot and then on to Crosby’s Market, but the subject was never located.