On October 2, at 9:22 a.m., Monica Holcomb, of Hardwick, came to the Hardwick Police Department to report that her car, a 2021 Ford Escape, had been hit sometime in the last week. There was damage to her right front fender and bumper. She is not sure where it happened. If anyone saw anything, notify Hardwick Police Department.
On October 6, Hardwick Police attempted to stop a suspicious vehicle, a 1995 Dodge Ram truck, on Bridgman Hill Road in the town of Hardwick. The vehicle turned onto Shepard Lane and all of the occupants took off and abandoned the vehicle. The female operator was subsequently located and identified as Serina Flood, of Hardwick. Flood’s license was under suspension and she was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant out of Washington County. Flood was taken into custody and transported to Hardwick Police Department for processing. She was later transported to Washington Superior Court, Criminal Division for the outstanding arrest warrant.
On October 5, Robert Cloutier, of Hardwick, from GMR Tent Rentals called to report a theft from his storage unit. Cloutier went to retrieve items from his storage unit and discovered that his unit had been emptied. This investigation is still ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Hardwick Police Department.