Dover Police Log: Crash Car to Avoid Deer
The following information was provided by the Dover Police Department. When an arrest is mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Saturday, November 3
Suspicious Person (3:46 p.m.) - A Centre St. caller reported that a man came to her house requesting to come inside and take pictures of any damage from the storm. The caller state that the man was driving a grey/white Cadillac. She was unaware of why he was at her house. An officer was dispatched to the area, but the person was gone when they got there.
Kid Vandals (10:48 p.m.) - A Pine St. resident called to report that there are kids throwing eggs at cars. Officers were dispatched to the scene, but the culprits were gone upon arrival.
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Sunday, November 4
Car Crash (3:40 a.m.) - A caller reported that he had crashed his car into a tree on Draper Rd. while avoiding a deer. The caller stated that he wasn't injured. An officer responded to the scene and noted that the car had struck a Verizon box, so Verizon was notified. The driver was cited for speed greater than reasonable and negligent operation.
Larceny Under $250 (3:14 p.m.) - A Greystone Rd. resident called to report that while she was away last night some items from the fridge in her garage were taken.
Monday, November 5
Motor Vehicle Stop/Arrest (1:33 a.m.) - A motor vehicle was stopped on County St. The driver was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license, speeding and possession of a Class B substance. A civil citation was issued for possession of marijuana.