Sept. 18, 2008
• License plates for an ATV were reported stolen from a home on Porterwood Drive on Sept. 9, according to police reports. The investigation is ongoing.
• A wallet containing credit cards was stolen from a vehicle parked at Williston Federated Church on the night of Sept. 11, according to police reports. Anyone with information is asked to call Williston Police at 878-6611.
• License plates from the vehicle of a Partridge Hill resident were stolen while the resident was at work on Sept. 14, according to police reports. The plates were found on another vehicle and were seized by Essex Police, the report notes.
An Internet financial company is being investigated after reports of an alleged Internet scam, according to police reports. Residents who sent money to the company via “Moneygrams” to acquire loans “never heard back from the ‘loan agency,’” according to the report. Police warn residents not to send money through the mail, via Moneygram or Western Union in order to get loans.
“Most likely they are scams if they are asking for cash in advance,” the police department warned.
Following a motor vehicle stop on Sept. 11, Isaiah Nelson, 34, of New Haven was arrested on “fugitive from justice” charges, according to police reports. Nelson had a warrant out for his arrest on drug charges from New Hampshire, the report notes.