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POLICE LOG: Stoneham Officers Search for House Break Suspect

Find out what types of calls kept Stoneham Police Department busy recently.

[Editor's note: The following information was provided by the . Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.]

At 2:37 p.m. May 11, Stoneham police responded to a Fellsway East home for a report of a . The suspect was described as a white man, wearing a blue hoodie, dark pants and wore a red and blue backpack that was open. He was last seen on a mountain bike pedaling toward J. J. Grimsby's. 

May 11

@2:11 a.m.: Police called to Middle Street for a report of an attempted breaking and entering into a vehicle. Caller reported hearing a loud banging noise and then seeing a person hitting an SUV parked in front of her house. No signs of damage to any vehicle in the area. No description of suspect provided.

@10:02 a.m.: Police called to Main Street for a report of a hypodermic needle found near a dumpster. Needle recovered and disposed of properly.

@10:56 a.m.: Police respond to Central Street on a report of a past hit and run of a vehicle. Police to investigate.

@2:31 p.m.: Police called to Pond Street on a report of a in front of . State Police notified. One person was transported to Melrose-Wakefield Hospital. Massachusetts Highway department notified about the pole damage. 

@3:14 p.m.: Police receive a call about a past assault and battery at the skateboard park May 5. A summons sought in the case.

@8:35 p.m.: Police respond to the skateboard park on Pomeworth Street for a report of an outside fire. Kids in the area allegedly set furniture on fire. put out the fire and kids were located on Calthea Street. The kids were sent on their way. No arrests reported.

kathleen September 20, 2012 at 12:43 PM
yup one more comment. I was walking with my 7 year old and my son which was in a carrige thankfully and someone just dumped like 12 to 15 needles on the side walk as i was talking to town day. luckly we were all wearing sneakers because my daughter was the one who asked whats that and she almost walked right over them. I grabbed her up they were all in front of that dump of a house behind the LIBRARY. So my uncle whos a cop in one of the citys just pushed them with his foot down the sewer. If he didnt what if some little kid, mom, dad, old person stepped on one. With the Hepatitis being very bad because of addicts. I would have been livid. Thats what i mean when the stoneham police need to take action about these dealers that not live here but come sell to the ppl of stoneham. FIND A NEW PLAN GUYS

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