POLICE LOGS/POLICE

 

Friday, Oct. 13

Check the welfare: At 12:56 a.m., Officer George C. Xenakis went to Hancock Road home after a caller requested a check on a resident that he had been unable to reach by phone. Xenakis found the woman who had turned off her phone because the caller was bothering her. She said she would tell the man to stop calling the police.

Domestic disturbance: At 2:05 a.m., Cpl. Craig A. Edsall and Xenakis went to Wilder Road for a report of a domestic disturbance. One party had left the residence and was located by Jaffrey police. Police found no evidence to support probable cause for any crimes.

Theft: At 12:52 p.m., A Grove Street business own reported an item was stolen from her store possibly by a group of four people who came in together. Officer Juan E Lluberes found the group of people in Depot Square and found one had taken items from another business. The initial item was not found. Police opened a case to document the incident.

Lost property: At 3:15 p.m. a resident came to the police station and reported losing a keyring with two keys that day, possibly in the area of the Waterhouse restaurant.

Harassment: At 4 p.m. a resident reported having an ongoing issue with someone she hired off Craigslist to work on her property. Police plan to follow up.

911 call: At 9:09 p.m. a 911 call came in from a young child at a Pheasant Road address. The parent said the call was accidental.

Suspicious vehicle: 11:58 p.m., Bell found a vehicle at the dam and asked the driver to move along.

Saturday, Oct. 14

Noise complaint: At 5:16 p.m., an Old Street Road resident reported hearing someone shooting a gun and thought it sounded close to houses. Police didn’t hear the shot and they stopped shortly after the resident made the call.

Dog complaint: At 5:30 p.m. a resident brought in a stray dog she had found on Route 136. Sgt. Vint R. Boggis brought it to Tenney, Fritz and Combs Animal Hospital.

Found property: At 5:45 p.m., a set of key to a Jeep were turned into the police station.

Disturbance: 8:10 p.m., Boggis and Edsall went to the Big Apple Food Store after a county dispatcher reported receiving a call from a man who stated he had just been threatened. Officers met with employees who described three men causing a disturbance in the store. They had left after being told to leave. She wanted them to be told not to come back tonight. Officers located and spoke to the men who advised he called because he had gotten into argument with another subject. He did not want to file a complaint or have the case investigated, and told he just felt police should know. He was told that he is not wanted back at the Big Apple.

Theft: At 9:20 p.m., All Town Market employees reported a theft from the store. Case opened.

Sunday, Oct. 15

Check the welfare: At 8:45 a.m., Lluberes went to the Peterborough Plaza after receiving a request to check the welfare of a person sleeping in a camper at the plaza. Lluberes checked both plazas and did not find anyone sleeping in a camper.

Harassment: 10:40 p.m., Edsall and Officer Martin Kolb went to a MacDowell Road home when a resident reported her mother was visiting and her husband was intoxicated and causing trouble. Officers spoke to the parties separately, and no obvious crimes were reported or described. The husband was intoxicated, but not to the level of protective custody and indicated he was going to bed.

*disclaimer* Police activity logs are released by police departments. Some log entries may be edited or omitted. Police logs are not intended to include all activity of any police department. Arrest records are public information. An arrest takes place when someone is taken into custody by police. Everyone is considered innocent until convicted in a court of law.