The following incidents were reported by Aberdeen police officers between Oct. 10 and Oct. 15, according to information released by Chief John Powers.
- On Oct. 10 a resident of Anna Ave. reported receiving a phone call from someone attempting to dupe him into giving the person money to avoid being arrested. Officer Michael Plant responded.
- On Oct. 10 a taxi driver reported a patron was unable to pay a fare after being dropped off on County Rd. Officer Mary Johnston responded.
- Three vintage kitchen sinks valued at over $2,000 were reported taken from a Cambridge Drive location. Officer Edgar Serrano took the report.
- On Oct. 12 an Old Bridge resident reported that sometime during the previous week someone removed two radios and fishing gear from his boat while stored at Wagner’s Marina, Amboy Ave. Officer John Young took the report.
- On Oct. 12 a North Concourse resident reported that sometime during the night someone damaged his vehicle while parked on the street. Officer Jeffrey Griffith responded.
- On Oct. 14 a West Concourse resident reported that sometime during the day someone damaged her vehicle while parked in the driveway. Officer John Zeller responded.
- Officer Gus Grivas investigated a report of a broken window at a Lower Main St. business on Oct. 14.
- On Oct. 15 a Canfield Lane resident reported that sometime during the night someone damaged her decorative Halloween lights. Officer Gus Grivas responded.