Easton Police responded to 7-11 on Turnpike Street at 11:30 p.m. Saturday night regarding an alleged robbery at knife point.
Police first received a notification from the alarm company reporting a panic alarm. Minutes later, the clerk from 7-11 stated the store was robbed at knife-point. The clerk said the suspect took cash from the drawer and three packs of cigarettes.
The suspect was described as a tall, white male possibly in his 20's wearing a heavy blue winter jacket. The suspect fled in a "white work van" with no front plate. The clerk was unable to read the rear licence plate. The vehicle drove onto route 106 towards West Bridgewater. West Bridgewater Police were advised.
The clerk pointed out the vehicle to officers as vehicle that left the scene. A felony vehicle stop was conducted and the parties checked out OK.
Easton detectives were notified.
Randall Street Accident Sends Elderly Man to Hospital
An elderly man was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital after he reportedly backed into a roadside planter on Randall Street Saturday morning.
At 10:50 a.m., a caller reported a gray Toyota with New Hampshire plates and an elderly male driver backed into a planter on Randall Street. The caller reported the man is now on the side of the street with the windshield wipers on and may be in need of assistance.
Easton Fire Officials transported the man to Good Samaritan and the car was towed.
Breaking and Entering Reported on Turnpike Street
Easton Police responded to Turnpike Street Friday afternoon at approximately 12:40 p.m. regarding a breaking and entering incident. Easton detectives were notified and an investigation will follow.
One Transported to Hospital Following Washington Street Accident
Easton Police and Fire Officials responded to Washington Street Thursday at approximately 5:20 p.m. for a two-car motor vehicle accident. One person was transported to Good Samaritan Medical Center.
Break-in Reported on Lamplighter Lane
At approximately 4 p.m. Thursday, Easton Police responded to Lamplighter Lane for a reported breaking and entering in progress.
The caller reported that three black males took off on foot and got into a blue sedan heading west on Route 106. A BOLO was put out over regional radio.