Vermont State Police log for June 1 through June 30

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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.

Wednesday, June 1, Weston – State police responded to a report of a forced entry into a home on Route 100. The thief rummaged through antiques and tools, but only took firearms.

Wednesday, June 1, Londonderry – Responding to a complaint of vandalism on Route 100, police found that someone had scratched obscenities into the paint of a car and that the tires were also flat. The incident remains under investigation.

Wednesday, June 1, Grafton – Several items described as “tech” and valued at about $500 were stolen from a house on Otis Road. Police continue to investigate and have not yet made an arrest.

Thursday, June 2, Londonderry – Police took a report of the theft of a purse from an unlocked car parked in the driveway of a residence on West River Road. An investigation is ongoing and a ‘person of interest’ has been identified, but no arrests have been made.

Saturday, June 4, Londonderry – Initially reported as vandalism, damage to two storage locker overhead doors on Route 11 turned into a burglary investigation when police found that items had been taken from the lockers.

Saturday, June 4, Londonderry – A car parked on Magoon Road had its driver’s side window and headlights smashed.

Tuesday, June 7, Rockingham –  A Rockingham Road resident reported that padlocks had been removed from a building and about $600 worth of new tools were stolen. Nothing was taken from the house.

Friday, June 10, Peru – State police received a complaint of a noisy argument between a man and a woman at Hapgood Pond. Troopers checked the area but were unable to find anyone.

Sunday, June 12, Rockingham – Responding to a vandalism report on Lower Bartonsville Road in Rockingham, police found a 2011 GMC Sierra pickup with damage to the rear passenger side taillight, passenger side window and side mirror.  Troopers are following up on a possible lead in this case.

Wednesday, June 15, Rockingham – Police are investigating a report that credit cards were stolen from a residence on Shepard Lane. Someone tried to make purchases with the cards, but the purchases were declined. This case remains open and under investigation.

Monday, June 20, Andover – A chainsaw was stolen from an unlocked garage on the Andover Weston Road.

Thursday, June 23, Grafton – Police responded to a break-in of a house on the Chester Road. The complainant could not see that anything was missing.

Monday, June 27, Londonderry – Workers at a sawmill on Peaceful Valley Road reported that between 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and noon on Monday, someone stole a chainsaw and welding equipment that was stored in a closet.

Tuesday, June 28, Grafton – A Grafton resident reported that she had received a phone call telling her she had won the lottery but that she would need to send $1,250 to claim the prize. The call came from Costa Rica

Wednesday, June 29, Londonderry – A man fishing at Lowell Lake State Park reported that $200 worth of items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked there.

Thursday, June 30, Jamaica – State police searched the area around the Rawsonville Market for a man who was said to have taken one 24-ounce can of beer “in a deceitful way.” This involved putting the cold beer down his pants. The management of the market requested that he be issued a notice of trespass.

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