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Wednesday, April 3

Lost property: At 11:36 a.m., a resident reported the loss of a Motorola Droid Razor cell phone in a black case, believed to be lost on March 2.

Suspicious person: At 12:30 p.m., a Greenville Road resident called to report a suspicious person, taking photographs, and a vehicle in front of her home earlier in the day. When questioned by the resident, the man told her that he was taking pictures for the bank for an appraisal. The resident advised police that the home is not for sale.

Theft: At 12:35 p.m., a resident reported that his grandmother, a Goen Road resident, had passed away, and that items had been removed from the home.

Abandoned vehicle: At 8:39 p.m., police took a report of an abandoned vehicle off of Timbertop Road. Police located the vehicle, which did not have any occupants. Police contacted the vehicle owner, a Temple resident, who had abandoned the vehicle when the Class VI road had become too muddy for his vehicle to pass. He informed police that the vehicle would be removed the next day.

Thursday, April 4

Suspicious person: At 7:53 p.m., police responded to Page Hill Road for a report of a suspicious person with a backpack being dropped off in the area of 431 Page Hill Rd. by a Green Nissan with tinted windows. Police searched the area and found fresh litter on Old Wagon Road trail, but were unable to locate anyone.

Friday, April 5

Theft: At 9:29 a.m., a resident reported the theft of multiple items from her unlocked car between the hours of 5:30 p.m. on March 4 and 4:45 a.m. that morning. Taken were a black and red checkered backpack, with an iPod, makeup and two prescriptions, including 50 pills of Vicodin and 23 pills of Iasinopril, a blood pressure medication.

Suspicious activity: At 4:15 p.m., while a school bus was traveling down Thayer Road, an unknown person threw a cup, which appeared to contain milkshake, at the bus.

Arrest: At 7:20 p.m., after stopping a motor vehicle for a stop sign violation, police arrested Michael Wybert, 18, of Jaffrey on a warrant charging him with conduct after an accident in New Ipswich. Wybert was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and given a court date of May 7 in the 8th District Court in Jaffrey.

Assist: At 9:10 p.m., police assisted Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service with a medical call on Main Street. The report initially indicated a man had been passed out for an unknown amount of time. When police arrived, the man was alert but feeling ill. He was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital.

Saturday, April 6

Assist: At 4:40 p.m., police received a Life Line call from a Walsh Road resident. The woman was found on the ground near her front door. She was not injured, and just needed assistance to get to her feet. Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service crews assisted her.

Assist: At 4:50 p.m., police assisted Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service with a call for a Mountain View Road resident with chest pains. Police assisted with lifting and the man was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital.

Fraud: At 6:16 p.m., police received a report from a Poor Farm Road resident of harassing phone calls claiming to be made from Microsoft representatives. When the resident claimed not to have a computer, the caller got vulgar. Police advised the resident of precautions against fraud.

Sunday, April 7

Arrest: At 1:45 p.m., after stopping a motor vehicle for speed, police arrested Zebariah Smith, 19, of New Ipswich and charged him with possession of a controlled drug, believed to be marijuana. Smith was released on $500 personal recognizance and scheduled to be arraigned on May 7 at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey.

Motor vehicle accident: At 8:51 p.m., Debra Green, 42, of Greenville was driving her 2003 Honda Odyssey on Turnpike Road when a deer ran out in front of her, causing a collision. Green was not injured, but the deer was deceased when police arrived at the scene. Green was able to drive her vehicle from the scene.

Motor vehicle accident: At 9:16, Mark Gooden, 50, of Manchester was driving behind a dark colored pickup truck on Old Wilton Road. A black dog ran from the side of the road just behind the black truck, and Gooden did not have time to stop before his vehicle struck the dog. The dog was transported by a neighbor to the emergency hospital in Manchester.

Monday, April 8

Case follow up: Police spoke with the owner of a dog struck by a car on Old Wilton Road on March 7. The dog had multiple cuts that required stitches and a broken hip, but was expected to be fine.

Tuesday, April 9

Illegal dumping: At 6:20 p.m., police recovered a syringe on Goen Road in the area of the church. Police disposed of the syringe.

Citizen assist: At 6:32 p.m., police received a call that there were lost hikers on the Watatick Trail, possibly in the area of Binney Hill Road. Police located two female hikers, approximately one mile into the woods. Police gave the hikers a courtesy ride back to their vehicle, located in Ashburnham, Mass.

Wednesday, April 10

Safe school report: At 8:15 p.m., police received a report that one male Highbridge Hill Elementary School student bit another student on the shoulder while the two were riding the bus.

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