The following are excerpts from a Winchester military record for Monday, Jan. 22 by Sunday, Jan. 28 , 2018. The record is open record and accessible for review. All persons are reputed trusting unless found guilty in a justice of law.
Monday, Jan. 22
6 p.m.: A Honda Civic roving north on Washington Street struck a left side of a bicyclist with a passenger-side mirror, causing a teenager repairs to a biker. No vehicles postulated damage.
Tuesday, Jan. 23
2:37 p.m.: A proprietor on Highland Avenue reported several probable fundraising scams she has perceived in a past year. The questionable mailers claimed to be charities interesting a proprietor and her father to enter a smallest of $10 a month for a year to win a incomparable sum.
Wednesday, Jan. 24
5:50 p.m.: An officer stopped a motorist on Main Street after spotting a poor headlight on her vehicle. Upon responding several questions, a officer found that a driver’s investigation plaque was lapsed and her word was cancelled. The motorist was released a reference and her car was towed.
6 p.m.: A lady staying on Clark Street reported a mislaid or presumably stolen intelligent phone, a white Samsung Galaxy III. The proprietor reported a phone after being alerted about activity on her phone, that contained personal information. The officers found that an worker of Dunkin Donuts was authorised by her manager to keep a sealed phone for her children to play with, given no one came to collect it for dual months.
Friday, Jan. 26
4:32 p.m.: A W.B. Mason Box lorry had struck a overpass on Cross Street. As a result, a roof of a box area had been totally peeled off withdrawal a waste in a alley and path and exposing a load inside a truck. The motorist claimed he misjudged a tallness of a overpass and his truck.
Saturday, Jan. 28
10:25 p.m.: A Winchester proprietor came to a hire to spin in dual “bump stocks,” attachments that capacitate a semiautomatic purloin to fast glow steady shots, likewise to a appurtenance gun, in correspondence with a new state law that prohibits a possession of these devices. The law goes into outcome Feb. 1.