At 5:09 p.m. police respond to Petco on a report of a female who stole a snake. The manager said that a white female with blonde hair walked out of the store with a Mojave ball python without paying. The manager said the woman was at the counter and said she needed to get her credit card out of her car and then picked up the snake and left without paying. When the manager tried to confront the woman in the parking lot she got into a black Monte Carlo that was occupied by two unidentified males and left the parking lot.
Police traced the registration and found it belonged to a woman in Freedom New Hampshire. Police called the woman who said she did own a black Monte Carlo and that her daughter was using it for the weekend while visiting friends in Boston. Police asked the woman to have her daughter give the department a call.
Later that day the Petco manager called and said the woman came back and wanted to make financial restitution. The store said that if she paid they would not press charges. The woman made a full payment for the snake.
Police entered the residence and found a man with a laceration on his inner left forearm that appeared fresh. The wound was not deep and he was barely breeding.
Police asked the man what happened and he was very vague in his answers. He did say the suspect fled out the back door but would not give officers his name or description.
Police checked the area and did not see anyone.
Police tried to question him further but he would not cooperate. Police left after advising him to call 911 if the suspect returned.
At 6:49 p.m. police responded to a Frances Street location on a report of vandalism to a motor vehicle. The caller showed police her 2008 Cadillac SRX that had a damaged back window. It appeared someone shot by a BB or pellet gun. Police checked the vehicle but could not find a BB or pellet inside. The caller said the damaged happened between 3:30 and 6:49 p.m. that day. She also said she had recently been in court with two men over a civil issue and believes one of them may have done the damage.
At 4:08 a.m. police placed a 22 year old woman into protective custody after her mother reported she was intoxicated and outside arguing with her boyfriend. The female was loud and belligerent when police arrived and told police multiple times to arrest her. The boyfriend left before police arrived and could not be located.
At 5:58 p.m. police responded to a Montvale Avenue location on a report of a disturbance involving a knife.
Police spoke to the witness who stated two unknown parties were outside his address fighting. He explained that one party broke a glass bottle and pursued the other individual attempting to cut/stab him. The caller said the two parties ran into a neighboring residence where it appeared the altercation was ongoing.