Vermont State Police Log Aug. 26 through Nov. 8, 2016

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VSP logo incident reportEditor’s Note: The Vermont State Police incident report is a sampling of incidents directly from the Vermont State Police. We do not identify individual victims of crimes nor those who have been arrested.

Tuesday, Aug. 26, Rockingham – Police are investigating a burglary/vandalism at the Bellows Falls Country Club. Someone stole beer from the unlocked clubhouse, then attacked hole No. 3 stabbing the ground and creating large holes that had to be repaired.

Wednesday, Aug. 27, Cavendish – Two generators were stolen from an outbuilding on Densmore Road. The building was broken into and the investigation is still active.

Friday, Aug. 29, Weston – Troopers are investigating the theft of a significant amount of valuable jewelry from a house on Old County Road. The case is still open and police said that there was no break in.

Tuesday, Oct. 4, Windham – A woman called police to report that four mailboxes at the corner of Edson and Popple Dungeon roads had been vandalized.

Thursday, Sept. 8, Rockingham – A Meetinghouse Road homeowner reported hearing a noise in the night. In the morning found the home’s mailbox had been vandalized.

Saturday, Sept. 10, Cavendish – Police responded to a complaint of trespassing resulting from a property dispute on Perley Brown Road. An arrest warrant was being issued.

Monday, Sept. 12, Windham – A complainant told State Police that she and her husband had a log splitter fall out of their trailer on Horsenail Hill Road at about 7:30 p.m. the previous day. They were unable to get the splitter back on the trailer so they left it on the side of the road intending to come back for it the following morning. Town of Windham Highway Department employees reported seeing the log splitter on the side of the road at approximately 6 a.m. the next day, but when the husband and wife returned two hours later it was gone.  The splitter is red and gray with two hydraulic levers and a four-way splitting wedge.

Monday, Sept. 12, Rockingham – A complainant called police to report that her car had been keyed. Police have tried to get back in touch with her but no luck.

Tuesday, Sept. 13, Cavendish –  Jewelry was reported taken in a break-in and burglary on Tarbell Hill Road. The case remains open and under investigation.

Tuesday, Sept. 13, Rockingham – State Police responded to the report of a burglary on Rockingham Road in the town of Rockingham. It appears that sometime between 3 p.m. on Sept. 12 and 9:30 a.m. on Sept. 13 someone entered the home and stole a Dewalt drill, drill bit set, screwdriver bit set, Chippewa work boots, a fan, a DVD player with the remote and a vacuum cleaner.

Tuesday, Oct. 11, Londonderry – Troopers are investigating a burglary at the Agency of Transportation garage on Derry Woods Road. Among the tools taken were chainsaws and a chopsaw.

Friday, Oct. 14, Andover – One chainsaw was reported taken in a break-in at the Andover Town Garage. The case remains under investigation.

Saturday, Oct. 22, Grafton – Police responded to a report of vandalism along the Chester Road. They found that a car that had been parked near there had its back window smashed in. Troopers found a glass juice bottle they believe was thrown at the car, inside. Damage was estimated at $500 and the case remains open.

Tuesday, Oct 25, Londonderry – Police received a complaint about mailboxes having been knocked down at night along Route 11. The complainant said the landlord would fix the boxes.

Friday, Oct. 28, Peru – At about 1:25 a.m., a car traveling on Route 11 slide off the road in the storm. Before the tow truck could arrive to pull the car out, another car slid off the road, blocking the first car in and preventing the tow truck, which was called for the first car, from getting to it. Questions of fault and property damage arose and troopers sorted it out.

Wednesday, Nov. 2, Andover – State Police in Westminster received a complaint about two separate thefts that took place at a residence on Andover Ridge Road.  The thefts occurred between August and November. A thief forced an entry into the garage and stole industrial hand trucks, ladders and an antique duck decoy.  Two kayaks, a picnic table and an outdoor log rack with vinyl cover that were outside the residence were also taken.

Saturday, Nov. 5, Weston – Police responded to a theft from a building on Johnson Hill Road. Investigation of the theft is continuing and no further information was provided.

Tuesday, Nov. 8, Londonderry – A complainant arrived at his vacation home on Derry Woods Road to find several teenagers around a bonfire in the driveway. The teenagers ran and the man called the State Police. Police checked out the situation and put out the fire.

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