Isn't one of the lessons in Crime 101 to leave no trace?
Milford Police had their job made easier this week when a hit-and-run suspect left a trail. A caller said a vehicle struck his car and took off: police were able to follow a trail of antifreeze to the suspect's vehicle. But, even if they hadn't found the antifreeze, the suspect had given them another clue: her license plate.
One of the quickest ways to get yourself arrested...
...is to attempt to run down a cop. The woman was arrested later the same day when police spotted her vehicle and deployed stop sticks.
All in the family.
A woman gave up her son this week when a credit card she used to try to buy syringes in Framingham was denied. The woman, who hasn't been charged with a crime, told police that her son, a Marlborough resident, had stolen the credit card she was trying to use. The man was arrested in connection with stealing an elderly woman's purse.
This is a case for ghostbusters!
A Medfield woman was compelled to call police this week when a light went on downstairs, and then off. There was, however, no one home. She yelled downstairs and got no response. .