Last week, investigated two alleged burglaries.
On Monday, March 26, police received a 911 call at 6:05 p.m. from a Hobby Street resident who reported someone had broken into her second-floor apartment.
Detective Jesse Wollman was notified and responded to the scene to investigate the alleged crime. He reported jewelry and cash were missing from the apartment and stated the matter is still under investigation.
On Sunday, April 1, a patrol officer reported spotting youths in a garage of the Pleasant Manor apartments on Broadway at approximately 2:35 a.m. He reported three male youths running out of an open garage while pulling into the area, one of whom was carrying an item that appeared to be a lacrosse stick.
Another police officer located the group on Church Street, but the youth with the stick ran into the woods. Police interviewed the two remaining parties, ages 17 and 20, who said they had walked past the garage and the third party may have taken something.
Police were unable to immediately reach the garage owner to confirm if anything was missing.
The following evening, at 7:14 p.m., police located a lacrosse stick on top of a different garage at the complex. After speaking with the owner of the original garage, it was determined the lacrosse stick had been taken.