Police Log – Oct 5, 2019
Litchfield Police Log for week ending September 29, 2019
Police Log for the week ending September 21, 2019
LPD Police Log, Week ending Sept 14, 2019.
Litchfield Police Department dispatch log for Aug 11, 2019 to Aug 17, 2019
On August 1st, 2019 the Litchfield Police Departments honor guard presented the colors at Fenway Park, Boston Massachusetts, prior to the start of the Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox major league baseball game. Members of the honor guard are Corporal Anthony Brown, Sergeant Heath Savage, Officer Christopher Underwood, and Officer Rachael Lang. Not present in the pictures is Officer Joshua Flynn. The Litchfield Police Department would like to thank Londonderry Ford for providing the honor guard with transportation to and from the Red Sox game.
Pictures courtesy of Dan Perry and Robert Jacques
Litchfield Police has been made aware of increased scams focused around unsolicated “Technical Support”. In the most recent case, the victim received a pop-up on their computer that advised them that their computer was compromised and to call a number to resolve the issue.
Please note, if you computer was having a problem it would not include an error message with a “Phone Number” to call. Additionally, scammers may call you directly on your phone and pretend to be representatives of a software company. They might even spoof the caller ID so that it displays a legitimate support phone number from a trusted company. They can then ask you to install applications that give them remote access to your device. Using remote access, these experienced scammers can misrepresent normal system output as signs of problems.
Scammers might also initiate contact by displaying fake error messages on websites you visit, displaying support numbers and enticing you to call. They can also put your browser on full screen and display pop-up messages that won’t go away, essentially locking your browser. These fake error messages aim to trick you into calling an indicated technical support hotline.
When you engage with the scammers, they can offer fake solutions for your “problems” and ask for payment in the form of a one-time fee or subscription to a purported support service. They also can ask for payments in the form of ebay gift cards, or iTunes gift cards.
If you suspect your computer has been infected with a virus or malware; take it to your local computer repair location. Do not accept assistance over the phone from those scammers.
Litchfield Police are looking for assistance in identifying these two (2) individuals that were involved in an incident last evening. If you know who these two (2) individuals are or any information; please contract the LPD at 603.424.4047.