Police Log: Madison Ave Home Ransacked, Robbed

Wakefield Police are investigating a house break and robbery that occurred on Wednesday in a Madison Avenue home.

Wakefield Police Log for Wednesday, April 25, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Wakefield Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Featured item: Wakefield Police are investigating a breaking and entering robbery of a Madison Avenue home that occured sometime during the day on Wednesday. The owner of the home reported leaving at 8 a.m. on Wendesday, and when she returned at 2 p.m., she found her shades pulled down and the front door unlocked, neither of which how she left them. When she got upstairs, the victim said her bedroom and several others had been ransacked. Police said it appeared the front door had been forced open. The victim is still in the process of taking an inventory of her possessions and does not yet know exactly what was stolen, police said. The incident is under investigation by detectives.

Other incidents:
1:20 p.m. - A caller reported seeing kids on Parker Road throwing buckets of paint on the wall under the 128 bridge. Police confronted the youths and found they were using the paint to cover up grafitti on the wall.

1:56 p.m. - Wakefield Police are summoning to court a Wakefield man for allegedly violating a restraining order against him by contacting a female via phone.

9:14 p.m. - A resident of Salem Street reported to police that she's been receiving harassing phone calls at her residence. The victim said that whenever she picks up the phone, it's a dead line or silence. The victim said she followed up with Verizon, and that the numbers used to call her were all disconnected.

Thursday, April 26:
1:17 a.m. - Wakefield Police responded to North Emerson Street for a report that a woman was standing in the road and screaming. Police found a female in the road who said she and a male had entered into a verbal argument, got out of the car to continue the argument, and then the male left the scene. Police located the male and both parties agreed to separate for the evening.


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