Big electronics haul

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Someone broke into a delivery truck on Lincoln Place on Oct 20 and made off with some nice electronic goodies. The driver of the truck returned to his parking spot, between Washington and Underhill avenues, at 2 pm and noticed several items were missing. The thief made off with a satellite-guided map device, a Blackberry phone, and a flat-screen TV, worth a total of $2,340.


A 40-year-old man stabbed a 19-year-old in the neck with a screwdriver on the corner of St. Johns Place and Franklin Avenue on Oct 19. The assailant, who was wearing a gray sweatshirt and blue vest, walked up to the victim at 2 am and stuck him, puncturing the left side of his neck.

— Evan Gardner

Posted 12:05 am, October 22, 2008
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