Monday, Feb. 4
A Sowams School student wandered from the building. He was found nearby, and school officials contacted his mother.
An Old Forge Road man contacted police after an old friend showed up at his house. The local resident man bumped into the woman several months ago, but called police after some of her actions became strange. He also asked her not to visit him any more.
Wednesday, Feb. 6
A Park Avenue man reported $330 missing. The man said a moving company was recently in his home. He later had trouble locating a jar with $300 in coins and $30 in bills. All of the items moved were taken to a storage container.
Thursday, Feb. 7
A representative of the Met School, in Providence, stopped by to pick up 30 bicycles for a bike restoration project at the school.
Police issued Susan Fyfe, 43, of 17 Woodbine Ave., a summons for disorderly conduct (fighting/tumultuous behavior). Police responded to Ms. Fyfe’s home for a medical emergency. She allegedly swung a fist towards an officer before she was transported to the hospital.
Friday, Feb. 8
Firefighters extinguished a fire on Highland Avenue at approximately 3 a.m. The fire started inside a home though flames were spotted outside, near a utility box. No one was reported injured.
A Pierce Court man contacted police after learning his e-mail account had possibly been hacked.
Police issued a Bay Spring Avenue man two citations after his vehicle allegedly knocked down a fence on Lincoln Avenue. Police responded to the scene when a caller reported a white pick-up truck pulling a black vehicle away from the accident. Neither vehicle was on scene when police arrived though broken glass and a side view mirror were reportedly found on the ground. The homeowner did not hear nor witness the accident. A vehicle with front end damage was later found on Bay Spring Avenue and its owner was subsequently issued citations for failing to file an accident report and duty in an accident.
Saturday, Feb. 9
County Road and Hearthwood Drive residents reported trees atop their vehicles.
A CVS employee called police after finding a ceiling tile on the ground. Police checked the scene and nothing appeared to be missing. There also did not appear to be any evidence someone had tried to enter the building.