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RHPD reports: Cops called after gummy bears melted on man’s vehicle
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From Richmond Hill Police Department initial incident reports.

 Matter of record: An officer was sent to a Harris Trail Road apartment on Aug. 19 “in reference to gummy bears melted on the complainant’s vehicle,” a report said. The officer “observed what appeared to be two (2) melted gummy bears on the hood of the vehicle and a third near the passenger side windshield wiper blade. There were also gummy bears on the ground in front of the vehicle.”

The complainant said he told the apartment complex manager, who told him to contact RHPD. A neighbor told police her vehicle “had been messed with in the past by someone leaving muddy hand/ footprints on it,” but no report was filed. The officer told both he’d file a report and how they could pick up a copy.

Matter of record: A Piercefield Drive man reported Aug. 16 his mailbox had been run over. He told police he found it “on the ground in the front yard” when he got home, and “his neighbor who resides across the street told him she heard a loud noise outside and when she went to investigate, she noticed the mailbox on the roadway.” She didn’t see the vehicle that hit it, however.

The man said “he would like to make a report concerning this incident due to this was the fourth time his mailbox has been struck.” 

Hit and run: A woman reported Aug. 17 she was on I-95 stopped in traffic in the left hand lane near mile marker 90 when “the driver who rear ended her vehicle left the scene after stating he was going to his car to get his information.”

The woman couldn’t describe the car that hit her’s other than to say it was an older black sedan. She described the man as white and between 20-35 years old. She also said she was “in shock” after her car was hit. The officer noted damage to her car included a broken section of the rear bumper.

The woman wasn’t hurt and declined treatment by EMS.

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