On Monday Aug. 8, a party reported at the Police Station that his vehicle was broken into sometime between 10 p.m. Sunday night and 5 a.m. Monday morning on Lothrop Street. The party stated they are missing a black ipod touch with an engraving on that back. The missing duffle bag was later found on Main Street rummaged through.
Also on Lothrop Street Aug. 8, a party reported at the Police Station at 9:47 p.m. that a laptop computer, ipod, and Bose headset was stolen from his vehicle at 5 p.m. at the 7-11.
At 9:56 p.m. on Monday night on Pond Street a mother called 911 to report her son receiving threatening text messages from Brockton residents stating they were coming to pick a fight. Police advised her to keep her son inside. Officers arrived and cleared parties from the neighborhood.
On Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 1:17 a.m. a 911 caller reported a male party on her roof outside of her daughter’s bedroom. The party fled on foot and police located him by a shed in the backyard. Party was transported back to the station at 1:47 a.m. and identified as Robert Belliveau, 27, of 26 Poquanticut Ave. He was arrested for trespassing and attempted breaking and entering. Bail was set at $240.
Also Aug. 9 at 2:31 p.m. police received multiple reports of solicitors in the area on Hayward St. and Park St. One party was described as a white male, mid-20’s, bald, wearing a plaid purple and white shirt. An officer advised the party that he needs a permit to operate in the town and took his supervisor’s business card. Another party was observed as a white female, 20 years old, blond hair with a purple shirt and white shorts. The officer advised the supervisor of the town’s soliciting procedures via telephone.
On Aug. 13 at 1:33 a.m., Officer Jason Wheeler conducted a motor vehicle stop in which the operator had a suspended license and a default warrant on his record. Wheeler took Glenn Gadomski, 24, of 136 Bay St. Taunton into custody. Clerk set the bail at $100 plus a $45 fee plus $450 for the warrant out of Cleveland, TN. Easton Police spoke with the Sheriff’s office in Cleveland and they only extradite up to 600 miles.