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The Police Blotter

Thursday, June 21, 2012

0012 Burglar alarm at First Niagara Bank. Patrols responded and found the alarm to be false.

0128 Stolen vehicle complaint. Investigation continues.

0343 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on state Highway 56 in Norfolk.

0702 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Main Street in Norwood.

0805 Set of keys located in the roadway turned in to the PD.

0836 Dispatched Potsdam Rescue to Colton.

0838 Dispatched Potsdam Rescue to Norwood.

1014 Assisted the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in an investigation for a security clearance.

10:20 Assisted the state police in a pistol permit investigation.

12:00 Completed traffic control for an oversized load that was passing through downtown Potsdam.

12:05 A patrol responded to a property damage accident in the Police Department parking lot.

1400 Patrol handled a parking complaint.

1405 Patrol handled a parking complaint in which a vehicle was blocking a driveway.

1409 Patrol assisted a town resident in obtaining fingerprints for employment purposes.

1421 A patrol checked on the welfare of an elderly individual at Mayfield Drive.

1434 Assisted an individual in obtaining a handicap parking permit.

1444 A patrol recovered a bicycle that was reported stolen on June 18.

1501 Patrol responded to an accident on Market Street.

1811 Received a report of large construction trucks speeding down Pierrepont Avenue originating from the construction at SUNY Potsdam.Caller notified that patrols will run stationary radar in the area at various times in an attempt to slow traffic.

1917 Patrol responded to an animal abuse complaint on Raymond Street.

2036 Record check completed for the NYSP for pistol permits.

2200 Aggravated harassment complaint on Washington Street.

2135 Prowler complaint on Leroy Street.

2311 Assist citizen on Sisson Street.

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