SOMETIME BETWEEN 7AM and 4PM SOME UNKNOWN PERSON CLIMBED IN THROUGH A 1' X 1' WINDOW AND TOOK A BAG OF COINS
A resident worried that a noisy hawk in a tree was in distress. When authorities arrived, the hawk was quiet and enjoying dinner.
Someone banged on a door in Berwick and left cookies on the doorstep. The recipient called police to report suspicious cookies.
Two men were reported with knives in Waterville but they actually had trowels and they were looking for worms to go fishing.
A driver reported that snow on the road had caused a mechanical problem with his vehicle. He was informed that was not a police issue.
At 7:04 p.m., a man entered the police station to discuss an issue he was having with Walmart. The man said he purchased a video game system and found that the box only contained cables when he returned home. When he tried to return it, an employee told him the bar-code showed the product was purchased at Best Buy.
At 10:03 a.m., police responded to a complaint regarding a man who was "scratching his body" near a bakery on Highland Avenue.
Complainant reported that while looking at an adult website, a window popped up on his computer stating that he was looking at child pornography and that he would have to pay $300 for the window to disappear. The complainant wanted a police report stating that he was not looking at child pornography.
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