A hospital security guard on patrol discovers a smashed car window; other Trenton police – The News Herald


Officers were called to Beaumont Hospital, 5450 Fort Street, Trenton, after a security guard came across a damaged vehicle.

The security guard told police that between 6:50 p.m. on July 22 and 7:15 a.m. the next day, someone smashed the side window of a black 2014 Dodge Journey.

According to the security guard, he was doing his rounds when he fell on the accident vehicle.

As the officer approached to view the damage, he saw the owner of the Dodge standing next to the damaged vehicle.

The officer asked the man if anything had been taken.

According to the report, he responded by saying, “No, there was nothing to take in that.”

In other Trenton Police news:

A woman showed up at the Trenton police station on July 19 and told officers someone had fraudulently opened a bank account in her name.

The account information showed he only had a balance of $10.

The woman told officers it was the second account she had found in recent weeks that had been opened in her name.

She closed the account.

A woman called police and advised officers that her son’s 2022 Jeep Compass Trailhawk was damaged while parked outside their home.

The incident was reported at 5:25 p.m. on July 20.

According to a police report, his vehicle was in good condition at 1 p.m. that day, but at 5 p.m. the front windscreen was discovered to be broken and dented.

Police say the Jeep was parked under a tree, but no tree limbs or limbs of any kind were observed on the vehicle or on the roadway.

The report says there were no objects near the Jeep that could have hit the windshield.


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