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October 12, 2012





Police received a 10:56 a.m. report that somebody had smeared “feces and toilet paper” on a man’s vehicle while it was parked by a thrift shop on Pleasant Street. “He said he had Romney and Brown stickers on his vehicle,” police wrote. “He claims this is happening all around the country.”

A Lafayette Street caller reported at 1:45 p.m. that sparks were coming from wires on the street, but police and lighting personnel were unable to locate any problem.

Police received a 1:51 p.m. report that a Broughton Road woman’s “psycho neighbor” had been harassing her by banging on her door. She also said “all her shades are drawn in an effort to avoid contact, but they were throwing things at her house,” police wrote. An officer advised the woman about her rights to a harassment-prevention order.

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