While Buckley was investigating the thefts at the Latitude Sports Club, she was informed of several reported thefts from the men’s and women’s locker rooms at Choice Fitness, 2 Water St. Two female members told police their car keys had been taken and items were missing from their vehicles. The desk attendant told police that Davison had signed up at the club months ago.
Buckley wrote in her report that Detective Carl Rogers was also investigating a theft from Choice Fitness that occurred March 21, in which a man’s wallet containing several credit cards was stolen. Buckley wrote in her report that Rogers identified Davison as the person who used one of the stolen credit cards at a local liquor store.
On Tuesday at just before 9 p.m., police were waiting outside of Davison’s Vine Street apartment when a car driven by Connerty drove into the driveway, with Davison as her passenger. According to Buckley’s report, officers approached the vehicle with guns drawn and Connerty stated, “I didn’t do anything, I didn’t do anything.”
According to the police report, a number of credit cards and receipts were strewn about the interior of the vehicle. Davison was holding several gift cards and two stolen debit cards. Police found more than a half dozen different credit and debit cards in Connerty’s coat pocket. A bag on the front passenger floor contained a Pharos GPS, Tom Tom GPS, Kodak 8 megapixel camera and a 32 gigabyte iPod Touch. Police also found a Coach wristlet purse matching the description of one that was stolen, and a credit card receipt for $176 from a local convenience store.