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Mansfield Police Log: Dave Matthews Band, Shoplifting and Scams

The following is from the Mansfield Police Log from June 4 to June 7

June 4

4:36 p.m. Caller reported two females shopflited unknown items from the Coldwater Creek.

11:53 p.m. Caller reported a dark SUV traveled at a high rate of speed down Pineneedle Lane and struck a mailbox.

June 5

6:33 a.m. Caller reported that her daughter’s vehicle was egged sometime during the night.

9:58 a.m. Ashley Ryan, 24, of 60 Forbes Blvd. and Mary Vincelette, 41, of 180 Main St. in Bridgewater were arrested at the Red Roof Inn for larceny worth under $250. Ryan was also arrested on a previous warrant.  A caller reported that she was picked up by an unknown female party  (Ryan) and was driven to the Red Roof Inn. She then reported that Ryan “physically assaulted” her and took her pocketbook. 12 police officers responded to the call and searched the area for the suspect. Police went to her room in the hotel and found the pocketbook. A male party stated that she took $400 in cash from the male part, changed and left the room. It was later reported that the original  caller was in on the scam, according to police and was Vincelette.

12:09 p.m.  Caller reported a malesbject with jeans and a grey hoodie was breaking into the Fales Fuel supply building (now vacant). The suspect was put into protective custody.

12:58 p.m. Caller reported that “expensive headphones” were stolen from a locker at the Qualters Middle School.

1:59 p.m. Caller reported vandalism of a school bus. The juveniles involved confessed to writing racial and sexual graffiti on the back of the seats on a bus during a field trip.

3:27 p.m. Caller reported a loose pony on Williams Street.

4:05 p.m. The following is a summary of police activity during the Dave Matthews concert at the Comcast Center. 24 people were arrested for underage consumption of alcohol and 32 people were placed in protective custody for public intoxication.

Shannon Carr, 18, of 16 Greenwood Rd. in Natick was arrested for forging or misusing a RMV document (license).

6:03 p.m. Michael Lambert, 37, of 28 Oakland St. was arrested for possession of an open container of alcohol in his vehicle.

June 6

1:42 a.m. David Proule, 57, of 25 Grove St. in Bridgewater was arrested for operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. This is his third offense.

1:26 p.m. Caller reported that his laptop was stolen.

4:28 p.m. The following is a summary of police activity during the Dave Matthews concert at the Comcast Center. 25 people were arrested for underage consumption of alcohol and 33 people were placed in protective custody for public intoxication.

Ellen Shannon, 18, of 82 High St. in North Attleboro was arrested for assault and battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct.

Keriann Centola, 18, of 6 Bridge St. in Medfield was arrested for forging or misusing a RMV document (license).

Marc Cote, 20, of 130 Tobey Garden St. in Duxbury was arrested for three counts forging or misusing a RMV document (license).

Patrick Boleza, 20, of 132 Marginal Way in Portland Maine was arrested for possession with intent to distribute of a class D substance.

Olivia Florence, 17, of 5 Rosewood Ct. in Dxbury was arrested for trespassing.

7:42 p.m. Caller reported a dark blue car with NH plates hit his tractor trailer and drove off.

9:06 p.m. Caller reported a shoplifting at the Shop and Stop.

9:18 p.m. Janice Ross, 58, of 106 Bowler St. in Lynn was arrested for domestic assault and battery on a disabled/aged 60 or over person.

 

June 7

1:37 p.m. Caller at the Chauncy Street Dunkin Donuts reported that a customer gave counterfeit money the previous day.

4:08 p.m. Ryan Singleton, 28, of 154 Bear Hill Rd. in Cumberland Rhode Island was arrested for violating his abuse prevention order.

6:21 p.m. Caller reported that a male party jump climbed into unit 107 of the building on 150 Rumford Avenue and broke into the building.

6:23 p.m. Caller reported two 100-pound propane tanks were stolen from his residence on Cottage Street.

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