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Norwood Police Log: Breaking and Entering, Marijuana Possession and More

The following information was provided by the Norwood Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate conviction.

 

Thursday, Feb. 21.

(3:44 p.m.) A resident reported to Norwood Police that USPS delivered a package, but she never received it.  A report was filed.

(6:50 a.m.) A caller reported to Norwood Police that there was a break and entry on Granite Street.  According to the report, several items of jewelry was stolen.  "The young male seen leaving the area wearing a gray hoodie and carrying a blue pillowcase," Norwood Police reported.

(7:05 p.m.) A burglar alarm went off on Warren Street.  Norwood Police reported a broken window and a report was filed.

Friday, Feb. 22

(1:39 p.m.) A resident walked into the Norwood Police Station to checking account fraud. A report was filed.

(5:03 p.m.) A party walked into the Norwood Police Station to report harassment.  A report was filed.

(5:03 p.m.) A caller from Norwood hospital reported to Norwood Police that threats were made to a secretary. A report was filed.

Saturday, Feb. 23

(2:38 a.m.) A cab driver reported to Norwood Police that "a fare got out of the cab without paying." Police spoke with the passenger and he said that he disagreed with the fare.  The mattered was resolved and the cab driver was paid. 

(7:38 p.m.) Gregory Mccaffrey was placed under arrest for threat to commit a crime after breaking his wife's restraining order and threatening to kill her. 

Sunday, Feb. 24

(5:55 a.m.) A resident was arrested on Winslow Avenue for an OUI and for the possession of marijuana under an ounce.

(8:16 a.m.) A generator stopped working and Norwood Police needed to place temporary stop signs on Nahatan and Pleasant Street.  The power was restored at 9 a.m.

(12:53 p.m.) A man was placed under arrest after a 911 caller reported that he was walking in a backyard on Pleasant Street carrying a weapon.

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