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POLICE LOG: Landlord Reportedly Releases Cat Without Permission

An excerpt from the WPD police log. The following arrest information was supplied by the Woburn Police Department. The arrest does not indicate a conviction.

 

The following is an excerpt from the Woburn Police Department log. Please note that this is a sampling of activity in the log, not a complete account. We report all arrests included in the daily police log.

Featured Call of the Day:

Nov. 6 – At 8:16 p.m., a police officer walking through the City Hall parking lot observed a woman crying and very upset. The officer spoke to the woman, who said that her cat was missing from her apartment. The woman told police that she believed her landlord or property manager let the cat out of her building. The officer forwarded the information to the animal control officer. The officer reported he searched the area of City Hall and downtown Woburn, but did not find the cat. The pet is described as a gray and white cat with no identifiable marks or tags. [Editor’s note: An update to this report, the cat was found on the common early Wednesday morning by the owner.] 

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Other Incidents:

Nov. 5 –

At 12:18 p.m., police responded to Mill Street for a disturbance. According to police, two men reported a lost pit bull dog on Nov. 4. Two teens found the dog and contacted the owner. Police reported the men met and argued when asked if there was a reward for the lost dog. The dog owner did give the teens an undetermined amount of cash for finding the dog and bringing him home.

Nov. 6 –

At 12:04 p.m., a Woburn woman reported a check was stolen from her in July. According to police, the woman said she was holding a check for safekeeping but it was stolen by the intended recipient in July.

At 1:57 p.m., a Woburn woman reported an unknown person used her identity to open a credit card account in Florida.

At 4:05 p.m., a Haverhill woman reported her car damaged while parked at the Tower Office Park. According to police, the woman was attending a class when her car’s rear driver’s side window was smashed. The woman’s GPS unit was stolen from the vehicle, said police.

At 4:32 p.m., a Woburn man reported his ex-girlfriend was harassing him via text messages, e-mails and Facebook.

At 5:02 p.m., a Winchester woman reported her iPhone was stolen while she was attending a birthday party at LazerCraze on Presidential Way. The woman told police she tracked the phone to a Woburn home and sent a signal to the phone. After the woman sent the signal, said police, the phone was shut off and the woman has not been able to track it.

At 6:02 p.m., police responded to a two-car accident at Montvale Avenue and Rainin Road.

At 8:44 p.m., an Inwood Drive resident reported his Rolex watch had been missing for three weeks.

Nov. 7 –

At 7:03 a.m., police responded to a two-car accident on Main Street at Wilcox Circle and Eaton Avenue. One driver was issued a citation for failure to use care while turning.

John Wright November 07, 2012 at 11:22 PM
The teens wanted a reward for doing a good deed? The person was unfortunate to have lost his dog; but fortunate it was found safe. How about picking up their teeth with broken fingers for the teens. Why can't someone just do good without their hands out?
David Chesler November 08, 2012 at 06:45 PM
I bet you don't tip waitstaff either, because they already get a salary from the money you paid for your food. No need to say "Thank you" either. I don't know if the men offered a reward (not sure how the teens found the men -- sounds like there is more to the story) but that's etiquette, someone finds something of value of yours and returns it, you give them a gift in thanks. This makes people more likely to return things they find in the future. (But see Seven Psychopaths. No really, go see it, it's an interesting movie.)
John Wright November 09, 2012 at 03:15 AM
Why can't it be just a thank you? Etiquette? Are you kidding me? Maybe the etiquette school where your mother sent you teaches to be a greedy, I'm taking my ball and going home, only child, dirt bag. In fact, I tip very well and say thank you often. Yeah, David, if a reward is the only thing that makes people return things in the future, we are in trouble. That's like saying lengthy prison sentences is a deterrent to crime and reduces recidivism. It's people like you that make good deeds a thing of the past.

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