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On 01/05/2014, at 0227 hrs, a resident in the 29000 block of Lincoln called BVPD to report someone tried to enter her house through a first floor sliding door, fortunately, the door was locked, and entry was not gained.  Police responded to the area, but were unable to locate any suspects.

 

On 01/04/2014, at 1500 hrs, a Roxbury Park resident reported that someone cut her Christmas lights overnight.

 

On 01/04/2014, at 0142 hrs, a BVPD officer attempted to stop a vehicle on Lake Rd. near Pinewood for speeding.  The vehicle did not stop, and fled onto Northfield.  Officers located the vehicle abandoned in a driveway on Northfield.  Officers followed footprints in the newly fallen snow that led away from the vehicle, and located a 19 yoa male by the pump house.  The male admitted to fleeing from officer’s because he didn’t want to get another speeding ticket.  Officer’s believed the male had been drinking, and administered field sobriety tests.  As a result, the male was arrested for OVI, and several other traffic offenses.  He will face charges at RRMC.

 

On 01/03/2014, at 1834 hrs, BVPD officers responded to the area of Lake Rd. and Breezewood for a possible OVI.  Officers located the vehicle Lake Rd. near Pinewood and conducted a traffic stop.  After speaking with the female driver, officers believed the driver had been drinking.  Field sobriety tests were administered, and as a result, the 42 yoa female was arrested for OVI.  She will face charges at RRMC.

 

On 01/02/2014, at 1740 hrs, a Kensington Circle resident called to report a suspicious occupied vehicle parked in front of his house.  When he approached the vehicle to ask what they were doing, the driver made several rude comments to the resident and drove off.  Officers located the vehicle on Roxbury Park.  The occupants were in the area looking for driveways to shovel.  They were advised of the complaint.

 

On 01/02/2014, at 1202 hrs, a former Eaton Way resident called BVPD to report she received a call from a former neighbor that said there were people in her house.  Officers responded and located a male in the house.  Everything checked okay.  The house was in foreclosure, and the male was working for the bank that purchased the house.

 

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