The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department.
Jan. 5, 10:54 p.m.: Police knew that a man on Adams Street had a warrant for his arrests. They served the warrant and arrested the Watertown man on the warrant from Cambridge District Court possession of a Class A drug, conspiracy to violate drug laws and intimidation of a witness.
Jan. 6, 6:15 a.m.: Police had knowledge of a man was wanted on an arrest warrant and went to a home on Waltham Street to serve the warrant. The Watertown man was arrested on the warrant out of Boston District Court for driving with a suspended license and no inspection sticker.
Jan. 4, 8:30 a.m.: Employees at J.G. Willis Corp. found that a 1997 Bobcat construction vehicle worth $15,000 was stolen. The next-door business reported that part of the J.G. Willis fence has fallen and was blocking their driveway. When employees went to see they saw a large potion of the fence that had been cut. It appears the thieves cut the fence and then drove the Bobcat away.
Jan. 5, 1:40 p.m.: A Fayette Street resident reported that the bottom glass pane of on a storm door had broken. It is unknown what broke the glass.
Jan. 6, 1:30 p.m.: A vehicle parked on Spring Street was broken into between Jan. 2 and Jan. 4. A laptop computer and an iPhone were taken from the vehicle. There were no signs of forced entry.
Jan. 7, 9:15 p.m.: Employees at Launch Trampoline Park discovered someone took four of the letters off their sign on Pleasant Street. The “L,” “A,” “N” and “C” were missing.
Jan. 7, 10:58 a.m.: Six copper downspouts were stolen from the condominiums at the corner of Mt. Auburn and Common streets. They were taken sometime between Jan. 1 and 6 and are worth $2,500.
Jan. 7, 4:30 p.m.: Target security detained a teenage girl who took candy and a number of other items worth $71. Police were called, but the store decided to handle the incident involving the 18-year-old girl from Belmont internally.
Jan. 9, 12:12 p.m.: A package that had been delivered to a home on Bradford Road was opened and some books were taken. They packages had been delivered that day between 10 a.m. and noon.