Police Log: Concrete Bulldog Stolen, Another House Break and Contraband Found in Vehicle

The following information was provided by the Westwood Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Saturday, June 16

Dedham Man Arrested (1:28 a.m.) - Westwood Police arrested a 19-year-old Dedham man on East Street after pulling his vehicle over and determining that the driver had a warrant for his arrest issued out of Hingham District Court for previous motor vehicle violations. 

Thursday, June 14

Missing Jacket (2:08 p.m.) - A Fox Hill Street resident reported to police that she had placed her jacket on her mailbox while cleaning the yard, and later found that it had gone missing. 

Wednesday, June 13

House Break on Circuit Road (2:26 p.m.) - Police responded to a Circuit Road home, where a resident reported that, while in their absence, someone had entered the house through an unsecured door and took jewelry from the property. Police are reminding residents to secure their homes and doors when they are away.

Missing Golf Clubs (10:45 a.m.) - A local resident reported to police that his golf clubs, which were stored in the bag room at the Norfolk Golf Club, had been stolen sometime between the months of January and April. The clubs are estimated to be valued at around $1,200. 

Tuesday, June 12

Case of the Missing Concrete Bulldog (12:32 p.m.) - A Lull Street resident reported to police that, during the overnight hours, someone had stolen a concrete bulldog lawn ornament that belonged to the homeowners. The bulldog statue has an estimated value of about $300.

Monday, June 11

Contraband Found in Training Vehicle (3:07 p.m.) - Police responded to the Westwood Fire Department, where an individual had donated a vehicle for the department to use for training purposes. During a training exercise using the Jaws of Life and other rescue equipment, officials found contraband in the vehicle, including drug paraphernalia, several BB guns and a knife, all of which were confiscated.


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