Vermont State Police Incident Log for Feb. 8 to April 17

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Editor’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.

Wednesday, Feb. 8 – Londonderry – Just before 5 a.m. police received a report of a break-in and burglary at Jelley’s Deli at 2102 N. Main St. The entry on the premises was forced and the investigation is ongoing.

Sunday, Feb. 19 – Londonderry – A complainant at the Magic Mountain Ski Area reported the theft of a snowboard.

Tuesday, Feb. 28 – Peru – Police say that a burglar splintered the door of a seasonal residence on Anderson Road. Once inside the burglar took three single serving bottles of wine totaling $6 in value.

Thursday, March 9 – Landgrove – State Police received a report of a theft of money from the Landgrove Town Offices.  The theft was believed to have occurred on Town Meeting Day while the town meeting was in progress.  Approximately $150 in cash and coins was taken.

Friday, March 10 – Londonderry – A complainant on Thompsonburg Road requested that the State Police confirm his identification. The complainant was the victim of identity theft by someone who had filed a tax return under his name. The ID confirmation was required by the federal government.

Friday, March 10 – Londonderry – State Police received a complaint of a theft from a barn on Smith Haven Lane. Police said that items totaling $6,000 were stolen.

Monday, March 20 – Rockingham – Police received a report that someone had broken a window at the Cambridgeport store. The case is still open.

Tuesday, March 21 – Londonderry – A burglar entered a home on Middletown Road and stole prescription medications.

Wednesday, March 22 – Londonderry – A number of items were taken from a trucking garage on Route 11 in Londonderry in a burglary that could have occurred in the previous couple of weeks.

Wednesday, March 22 – Cavendish – A Twenty Mile Stream Road house left unlocked for a repair person was burglarized, with a television and other items being taken. The investigation of this incident is continuing.

Tuesday, March 28 – Windham – Vermont State Police received a report that someone had attempted to break into Windham Elementary School on Windham Hill Road. The break-in through a window was unsuccessful.

Tuesday, March 28 – Londonderry – During the night between March 27 and 28, a burglar broke into the West River Creamery on Middletown Road. According to the complainant, $20 to $30 in loose change and small bills were taken.

Monday, April 3 – Londonderry – A seasonal home on Hell’s Peak Road was burglarized after a forced entry through a window.

Wednesday, April 5 – Grafton – Police responded to a seasonal home on Townshend Road for the report of a burglary. Someone broke into the garage and stole several items. The case remains open.

Monday, April 10 – Rockingham – A kitchen table, chairs and hand tools were among the items stolen from a mobile home on Brockaways Mills Road. The burglar broke into the home sometime between Nov. 2016 and April 2017.

Friday, April 14 – Londonderry – Police took a report of the theft of cash from a truck in a driveway on No Name Road.

Monday, April 17 – Londonderry – Someone broke into a storage shed at Glebe View Cemetery off Route 100. According to the VSP report, nothing was stolen.

 

 

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  1. Toby Fitch says:

    Damned junkies… I wish the state of Vermont would realize the profound lack of opportunity in our state is one of the roots of our opiate problem. There’s nothing for these lost souls to do. There are no career-oriented jobs. There is little hope with things as they are, and that there will be any improvement in the situation. The perpetrators and dealers face little or no time for their transgressions. There is little incentive for things to change when our state maintains a comfortable environment for the “business” of drugs, addiction and crime to be a profitable endeavor. The police do their part. I’m exasperated… and concerned for our future.