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A fugitive pig on the run is captured and captured

A fugitive pig on the run is captured and captured

Police officers respond to reports of various kinds of events and nonevents all day, most of which never make the headlines. Here's a sampling of lesser-known but not least significant incidents from police log books (a.k.a. blotters) in our suburbs.

HENRY IS IMMEDIATE FOR IT AND MAKES A BREAK.

On the night of Thanksgiving, Henry had escaped a nearby farm and was returned to his owner, and was now resting peacefully at home. Police revealed a couple of pictures of the elderly pig wandering and yelling around parking lots in the dark. Not sure if this fella got lost or was trying to reserve his spot in line for a Black Friday deal, police said.

A BLOODY KNIFE IS DISCOVERED... BUT IS IT REAL?

Police responded at 10:01 a.m. Nov. 12, a woman on West Street in Wilmington called police and stated that she discovered a knife near the edge of her property. At first she thought it was a toy knife, but when she picked it up to throw into the garbage, she noticed red liquid was inside the sheath, causing her to pause and believe it was actually a leftover prop from Halloween. According to the log entry, police responded and determined that the knife was not real, and was

MAN ON STOLEN BIKE ATTACKS MBTA BUS MAN ON STOLEN BIKE ATTACKS

The real owner was reunited with his bicycle on the night of Nov. 15, according to police, and transit police officers were looking for the man who had been riding the bike and allegedly broke windows on the bus. According to the MBTA Transit Police, the bicyclist then pulled off the bike and began throwing the windows on the front door of the bus, forcing the driver to break off abruptly. At approximately 8:45 p.m., the alleged driver was responding and took a message of malicious destruction of MBTA

TALES OF TRAPPED IN STORES IN TALES OF BEING TRAPPED IN STORES

Police said a person who was inside the fitting room didn't hear the news that the store was closing, but they set the alarm off as they exited. An officer then checked the building to verify that the security was safe.

Police received a 911 call from a woman who was locked inside the Wegmans store on Third Avenue at 12:26 a.m. Oct. 25, prompting a call from her to assist her get out.

BUT I CAN'T HAD A PORSCHE, WHERE I CAN I CAN'T HAD A PORSCHE.

A Wellesley police officer spoke with a man who claimed he was the victim of identity fraud at 11:15 p.m. Oct. 6, revealing that he was the victim of identity theft and used his personal information to make numerous attempts to obtain a Porsche in August. The officer spoke with the car dealership and learned that someone had actually used the man's personal information to obtain a $158,000 car loan to purchase a Porsche. The vehicle was currently registered in New York and no payments had been made on the loan.

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