The following information was supplied by the Monroe Police Department. No arrested person is guilty until so judged in a court of law.
Stolen Video Games
Close to $400 worth of video games were reported stolen from Rite Aid Pharmacy, 435 Main Street, Monday.
At 2:31 p.m. the store manager told police that a white male wearing a white T-shirt and a black jacket, who appeared to be in his early 20s, set off the alarm when he left Rite Aid. The manager followed him and took down the license plate number of the dark blue Honda the man drove off in, according to the report.
An inventory determined that the man stole eight Wii games valued at $14.99 each, eight Playstation 2 games at $19.99 each and eight X-Box 360 games at $14.99 each for a total of $399.76, police said.
Credit Card Fraud
A 59-year-old Applegate Lane resident reported credit card fraud to police Monday afternoon.
In April he noticed a $115.49 cash advance on his credit card and he does not use cash advances, so he contacted his credit card company which refunded the amount, according to police.
Then he was contacted by the GE Money Fraud Department and informed that a Paypal Mastercard was taken out in his name and charges of $200 on May 4 and $100 on May 5 were made on it, the report said. Those charges were removed and the account was flagged and closed.
The victim also received a call from 7Search.com informing him that a $200 charge was made on his card. Police are investigating.
Theft from Motor Vehicle
An iPod and a laptop were reported stolen from the trunk of an Admiral Drive woman's vehicle Tuesday.
Police said she last saw the equipment on May 4, adding there were no signs of forced entry. The victim will have to notify her boss because it was company equipment, according to the report.
Property All Over the Place
A Doris Drive woman found a fireman's badge from East Chester, New York, on her street Tuesday and turned it into police.
Police contacted that fire department and learned the owner is an Inwood Road, Trumbull, resident whose vehicle was recently broken into.
The victim had also been contacted by someone near Madison and Old Town roads in Trumbull, who recovered a credit card and personal photos belonging to him, police said.
Vandalism at Lakewood Estates
A 50-year-old Cutlers Farm Road resident doing work in the beach area of Lakewood Estates near Flint Ridge Road left his company truck, a '94 Isuzu, there overnight. Then he noticed damage on Tuesday morning.
Police said the front marker plate was bent upward and fuses were removed from the fuse box.