On Friday, Sept. 6, a reporting officer was assigned to Main Street at around 7:15 p.m., where an Extended Stay Hotel customer reported medication was taken from his room.
Upon arrival, the officer met a man who said he suffers from cancer and began treatments that require him to have a large number of pain medications. He picked up a prescription on September 1 for Oxycodone. Out of curiousity, he counted the pills tonight and there were only 25, which was less than should have been there.
He counted them because over the last year and a half while he resided at the hotel, he had multiple incidents where things were taken from his room, such as small amounts of change and other things. The man believed that someone, either a guest or an employee, has a key to access his room.
The man believes someone enters his room frequently, but does not always take a lot of items so that he will not notice right away. The officer noted there appeared to be no cameras in the halls near the man’s room. The officer hoped the manager could check the card reader on the door, but was unable to get anywhere with that at the time of the report.
On Saturday, Sept. 7, a
motorcycle was allegedly stolen from a driveway on Arlington Road. It is
painted a very distinctive custom paint with orange and black. The style of
bicycle is what has been referred to as “rice rockets,” also known as a sport