Police Crime Report 06/10/24 To 06/16/24


Shrewsbury Police Crime Report June 10th through 16th:

  • On June 11th, a resident of the 7800 block of Ravensridge Road reported the theft of packages from her porch that occurred in May. The investigation is ongoing.
  • On June 12th, an officer conducted a traffic stop in the area of Sutherland Ave. and Shrewsbury Ave., and learned the driver had several warrants for her arrest throughout the region. The adult female was arrested and transported to Manchester PD to answer to her warrants there.
  • On June 12th, a customer of Walmart realized she lost her credit card at the store, and later learned it was apparently “found” and fraudulently used at other Shrewsbury businesses. Finders keepers does not apply. The investigation is ongoing.
  • On June 12th, an officer was contacted at the station by a subject that said he/his vehicle was shot at while driving on westbound 44 near Shrewsbury Ave. He was not injured and was able to provide limited information of the suspect vehicle described as a charcoal grey Acura SUV and the driver/suspect was described as a “younger” black male with braided hair and a beard.  The suspect vehicle continued westbound on 44. The investigation is ongoing.
  • On June 12th, officers responded to a business parking lot in the 7200 block of Watson Road, for a report of a vehicle crash where the striking vehicle fled the scene. The suspect vehicle was entered into the Flock camera system as being involved in this crime. Several hours later, Flock notified officers the vehicle had re-entered Shrewsbury. They located the vehicle and stopped it. The driver was positively identified as the driver that fled the earlier crash, and she was arrested.
  • On June 15th, a resident of the 5000 block of Hi View Ave. reported damage to his Hyundai Elantra during an attempted vehicle theft. The investigation is ongoing.
  • On June 15th, officers responded to the 7300 block of Sutherland Ave. for a report of a vehicle crash involving a parked vehicle. The officer’s investigation led them to believe the driver to be intoxicated, for which the adult female driver was arrested.
  • On June 16th, in the early morning hours, officers responded to the 7500 block of Suffolk Ave. for a report of a vehicle crash involving a parked vehicle. The officer’s investigation led them to believe the driver to be intoxicated, for which the adult male driver was arrested.
  • On June 16th, officers were dispatched to a business in the 7400 block of Watson Road for a shoplifting the just occurred and the subject fled from security into the parking lot. Officers were provided with the vehicle description and an officer observed that vehicle leaving the lot. He attempted to stop the vehicle; however, the driver fled in such a reckless manner that the officer ended his attempts to stop it for the safety of everyone, as the driver did not care. Fortunately for us, he picks really bad tattoos, so he is easily identifiable, as he is well known to the law enforcement community. His charges will come down soon.

During the week of June 10th – June 16th, along with regular calls for service and traffic enforcement, the Shrewsbury Police Department responded to 9 shoplifting incidents along the Watson Road business corridor, 8 motor vehicle accidents, 6 residential and commercial alarms, and assisted the Fire / EMS Department on 28 calls.