Cape Elizabeth police log, Jan. 17-29

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Arrests/Summonses

Nicholas Hegstrom, 31, of Brooks, was summonsed Jan. 26 on Cottage Road on a charge of operating with a suspended registration.

Calls

On Sunday, Jan. 17, a detective met with a resident of the Scott Dyer Road area regarding the theft of a check that was forged and cashed.

On Jan. 26, a patrolman responded to a residence in the Spurwink Avenue area for a well-being check.

On Jan. 26, a sergeant met with a resident of the Shore Road area regarding unauthorized charges on a victim’s credit card.

On Jan. 29, a patrolman met with a resident of the Shore Road area regarding a state income tax ID theft complaint.

On Jan. 29, a patrolman met with a resident of the Spurwink Avenue area regarding an ID theft complaint. A credit card had been obtained using the victim’s personal information and used for a large purchase.

On Jan. 29, a patrolman met with a resident of the Shore Road area regarding an assault complaint.

On Jan. 31, a detective met with a resident of the Old Ocean House Road area regarding a phone call from a subject claiming to be from the Magic Jack computer software company wanting to refund $299. The suspect transferred $2,999 into the victim’s account and called the victim again asking for the victim to wire back the difference of less $100. The victim complied and then called the bank and learned that the $2,999 transfer was fraudulent and he had been scammed.

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