Walpole Police Log: Multiple Arrests Made for Unlicensed Operation
The following information was provided by the Walpole Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not indicate a conviction.
The following is the Walpole Police Log.
Friday, June 22
Fireworks on Power Lines (11:11 p.m.) - Walpole Police responded to the Hitching Post Drive area on a report of fireworks in use. Upon arrival, police found that a number of fireworks appeared to be coming from the power lines.
Suspicious Party Spotted in House (10:21 p.m.) - Police received a report from a Hummingbird Lane resident that a number of individuals were spotted inside a house under construction in the neighborhood bearing flashlights. No one was located on the premises upon police arrival.
Live Wire Blaze (8:13 p.m.) - Police received a report of a live wire on fire along Independence Drive. NSTAR was notified and made available on scene.
Norwood Man Arrested (5:44 p.m.) - Police arrested a 42-year-old Norwood Man for driving without a license on Washington Street in East Walpole.
Thursday, June 21
Norwood Man Arrested (5:43 p.m.) - Police arrested a 36-year-old man from Norwood for driving without a license, and misuse of an RMV document.
Wednesday, June 20
Shoplifter Arrested (8:51 p.m.) - Police arrested a Walpole woman, age 27, and a 45-year-old New Hampshire man for shoplifting by concealing merchandise in the area of Rte. 1.
Unlicensed Operation (2:49 p.m.) - A 34-year-old Fall River man was arrested on Main Street for driving without a license.
Tuesday, June 19
Lost Girl Reunited with Mother (8:42 p.m.) - A Lincoln Road resident reported to police that a little girl came to his door upset and lost. Police responded and reunited the girl with her mother.
Unlicensed Operation (2:26 p.m.) - A 21-year-old man from Norwood was arrested on Main Street for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Monday, June 18
Walpole Man Arrested (12:40 p.m.) - Police arrested a 43-year-old Walpole man on Main Street on three warrants issued for defacing property, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.