Police Crime Report 11/06/23 to 11/12/23
Shrewsbury Police Crime Report November 6th through 12th:
- On November 6th, an officer opened an investigation regarding a delayed report of fraudulent online use of a resident’s credit card, which was still in her possession. The investigation is ongoing.
- On November 6th, officers responded to the 4300 block of St. Vincent for a report of a racoon in the home. The racoon was found in the kitchen snacking on cat food and ding dongs. With the bravery and wild game wrangling skills of Officer Johnson, the racoon was evicted from the home without incident.
- On November 7th, a resident of the 7400 block of Triwoods Drive reported the theft of one of his license plates. It was entered as stolen in law enforcement databases. The investigation is ongoing.
- On November 9thth, an officer assisted the property manager of the Triwoods Condo’s in removing an abandoned vehicle from the property.
- On November 9th, officers responded to a business in the 7400 block of Watson Road for a report of trespassing in progress by a known thief. Officers located the adult male in the store and arrested him for trespassing. He was also wanted by our detective bureau for a previous felony theft and had an active warrant for a different previous theft.
- On November 10th, a Shrewsbury Public Works employee located a wallet and turned it into police. We were able to track down the owner and return it to him.
- On November 12th, an abandoned derelict motorcycle was towed from the 7500 block of Waston Road.
During the week of November 6th - November 12th, along with regular calls for service and traffic enforcement, the Shrewsbury Police Department responded to 5 shoplifting incidents along the Watson Road business corridor, 7 motor vehicle accidents, 3 residential and commercial alarms, and assisted the Fire / EMS Department on 19 calls.