THEFT, PEARL ROAD: Two juvenile males ran out on their bill after getting their nails done at approximately 6 p.m. Thursday.
Police located the boys, who agreed to pay for the services.
MISUSE OF A CREDIT CARD, HAVERHILL DRIVE: Police are investigating a Sept. 23 Fed-Ex delivery of a $500 camera to a man who claims he never ordered it. Police noted that it has become increasingly rare that a thief orders items on a victim’s credit card, then has the merchandise shipped to the victim’s house.
COMPLAINT, YOUNG AVENUE: It is not often that people complain about an overabundance of police attention in their neighborhood.
However, on Thursday, a Young Avenue resident complained that she was tired of seeing police cars drive through her apartment complex on a regular basis. She felt they came through too much
GRAND THEFT, GEO ZEIGER DRIVE: On Friday, a male resident and his wife who live at Four Seasons Apartments, reported 170,000 yen ($1,700 USD) stolen from their home.
THEFT, PEARL ROAD: Someone on Sept. 19 stole 37 packages of anti-flea products, worth $2,500, from a locked glass case at Pet World, 6859 Pearl.
COMPLAINT, DETROIT AVENUE: At 7:15 p.m. Saturday, police responded to a report of a man who was acting and walking like a zombie and scaring patrons of the Red Rooster Chicken and Deli. The man was detained and removed from the scene.