Vermont State Police Incident Log for June 2015

VSP logo incident reportThe Chester Telegraph’s Vermont State Police Log is a sampling of incidents in Andover, Grafton, Londonderry, Weston and adjacent communities. We do not identify individual victims of crimes nor those who have been arrested.

Friday, June 5, Hobart Road, Londonderry – Between May 22 and June 5 a Samsung plasma television was stolen from a residence. There was no evidence of a forced entry.

Saturday June 6, Simonsville Road, Andover –  A resident reported that a “swing motor” was stolen from an excavator parked behind the residence. The theft may have occurred on June 4 or 5 and tools were not taken. The motor was valued at $3,000 and the complainant told police that another swing motor was stolen recently in Chester.

Saturday June 6, Pitchfork Lane, Londonderry – Burglary, breaking and entering without force. No details in the report.

Sunday, June 7, Main Street, Weston – During the previous night, someone broke a window in an attempt to enter the Weston Village Store. The perpetrator tried several ways to get into the store but failed. The incident remains under investigation.

Sunday, June 7, Middletown Road, Londonderry –A thief entered an unlocked “milkhouse” and stole money from milk sales. This remains under investigation.

Monday, June 8, Landgrove Road, Landgrove – A resident reported that a leaf blower was stolen from a shed. Attempts by VSP to contact the resident failed.

Monday, June 8, Route 11, Londonderry – Forced entry and burglary. There were no details in the report. Case remains under investigation.

Wednesday, June 10, Pingree Park Lane, Londonderry – Someone broke into the “snack shack” and ransacked the First Aid kit.

Thursday, June 11, Pitchfork Lane, Londonderry – Sometime between April 11 and June 9, someone entered the residence, rummaged through the house and took valuable coins. The entry was not forced and the case remains under investigation.

Friday, June 12, Routes 100 and 11, Londonderry – A counterfeit $10 bill was passed at a store in the Mountain Marketplace.

Saturday, June 13, Weston/Mt. Holly – State Police received a 911 call from Mt. Holly reporting that the caller may have seen the two fugitives who escaped from Dannemora Prison in the Weston Village Store. Attempts to contact 911 caller have failed.

Monday, June 15, Routes 100 and 11, Londonderry – Someone attempting to break in to a business in the Mountain Marketplace cut a window screen but was unable to enter because the owner had metal bars installed in the window.

Tuesday, June 16, Andover – Complainant reported a scam involving the purchase of horses and a fraudulent check. No transaction took place, but the complaint was made to alert police.

Tuesday, June 23, Routes 30 and 100, Jamaica – Ten batteries were stolen from equipment located at a work site. This case is closed.

Wednesday, June 24, Old Country Road, Weston – While the owners were at work, someone broke into a residence, rummaged through the entire house and stole money. The case remains under investigation.

Sunday, June 28, Cody Road, Landgrove – The homeowner had friends who were checking on the house. The friend reported to State Police that every room in the house had been ransacked but nothing had been stolen.

Thursday, July 2, Main Street, Grafton – The VSP responded to a 911 hang-up and with the assistance of the night watchman, found that the call had been made from the kitchen of an inn. No one was there.

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