WAKEFIELD — In addition to routine calls over the weekend, police responded to reports concerning the theft of two diamond rings, a break into a bedroom inside an apartment on Water Street, a hit-and-run accident on Green Street and vandalism to a vehicle parked on Murray Street.

On Friday at about 11:30 a.m. a woman from Stoneham went to the Public Safety Building to report the theft of two diamond rings. They had been missing since August 2015, possibly when she was a Wakefield resident.

Later in the day, around 4 p.m., Patrol Officer David Rando went to an apartment building on Water Street to speak to a woman who returned home after being away for the day and found her bedroom door kicked in. Nothing appeared to have been stolen from the bedroom but police noted damage to the door. The matter is under investigation.


Patrol Officer Kyle Meehan responded to a call about a hit-and-run accident on Green Street on Saturday just before 9 p.m. A white 2011 Toyota Avalon was found with damage to its front bumper. There were no witnesses to the accident.


On Sunday at about noon, Patrol Officer Andrew Dorney responded to a call from the owner of a black 2013 BMW who said that the front passenger side window had been smashed. The vehicle was parked on Murray Street. Small rocks were discovered lying on the pavement on the same side as the damage.


Other police business over the weekend, beginning Friday:

• A minor collision occurred near 590 Main St. between the driver of a gray 2008 Volvo and a gray 2004 Hyundai. Police categorized the accident as a fender-bender that took place at a gas station.

• Police arranged for the removal of a vehicle parked on Columbia Road following a discovery that the vehicle lacked a license plate. The incident was reported at about 1:45 p.m.

• A dispute between neighbors on Meriam Street concerning a dog was reported at about 2:30 p.m. Police resolved the matter.

• A caller reported that people were using canoes in Crystal Lake at about 3 p.m. The canoers were sent on their way.

• A youth from a group home on Lafayette Street was reported missing just after 3 p.m., but she later returned.

• Police sent a driver on his way after a caller reported that a vehicle was parked along the lakefront on North Avenue. The incident was logged at about 5:45 p.m.


On Saturday:

• Police sent a man on his way after a disturbance at an Albion Street store was reported at 1 a.m.

• Police resolved a matter on Audubon Road where it was reported that someone was playing loud music just after 2:30 a.m.

• A Druid Hill Avenue resident reported a disturbance before 7 a.m. when a landscaping contractor started work. The landscaper agreed to wait until 7 a.m. to resume his work.

• Police notified the Department of Public Works about a dislodged manhole cover on Pitman Avenue at about 7 a.m.

• A Whittier Road resident reported a break into his unlocked white 2012 Ford pick-up truck. Someone had rummaged through the center console, and a small amount of money was reportedly missing. Patrol Officer Kyle Meehan responded just after 7 a.m.

• A Harrison Road resident reported the theft of a cell phone at about 11 a.m. The matter was referred to another town’s police department.

• A minor motor vehicle accident took place at 595 North Ave. when the driver of a 2014 Mercedes Benz was leaving the parking lot and struck a pole. There were no injuries.

• Youths were reportedly observed entering an abandoned Mansion Road property at about 6:15 p.m. Youths were found trespassing again Sunday at 2 a.m. Police sent the youths on their way in both instances.


On Sunday:

• A loud party was reported on Audubon Road at about 2:30 a.m. Police said the complaint was unfounded.

• A minor motor vehicle collision was reported on Line Road at about 12:15 p.m. There was no damage to the car, just a transfer of paint, said police.

• Police resolved a matter concerning loud music coming from a business on Princess Street at about 1:30 p.m. The matter was resolved.