Police Log

| September 5, 2012

Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests  are made based on probable cause but do not determine guilt or innocence until proven in court. 

Monday August 27, 2012
10:21am FIRE
The Stow Fire Department responded to the Harvard Ridge Pool Club in Boxboro to assist with a medical emergency.  The ambulance transported a woman to the hospital.
2:01pm FIRE
The Stow Fire Department responded to Leonard Road in Boxboro to assist with a medical emergency. The ambulance transported an individual to the hospital. 
3:38pm LOST
A walk-in reported that his wallet was taken from Butternut Golf Course.  An officer advised the man.  A report was filed.

Tuesday August 28, 2012
2:23am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
An officer observed moving boxes in the road on Whitman Street.  The boxes were taken away.
4:02pm ASSIST CITIZEN 
A caller requested to speak with an officer regarding someone using her credit card.  An officer advised the woman.
4:07pm ASSIST CITIZEN 
A caller from Maguire Lane requested to speak with an officer regarding a restraining order.  An officer advised the individual.
4:44pm FIRE
The Fire Department assisted an individual on Sudbury Road who dropped a car battery on the road.  The battery split open.  
10:15pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Pine Point Road reported that two cars were parked at the corner.  She felt it was suspicious.  The Police responded.  The cars were gone upon arrival.

Wednesday August 29, 2012
12:34pm ASSIST CITIZEN 
A caller in the town forest reported that she was lost with her dog.  The Police responded.  The woman was located and brought back to her car.  All was OK.
4:39pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Hudson Road reported that there was an unknown car in his driveway, with the keys in the ignition.  The Police responded.  The car belonged to the landscaper.  
5:57pm ASSIST CITIZEN 
A man requested to speak with an officer regarding one of his construction workers who had threatened him.  An officer advised the man.

Thursday August 30, 2012
4: ANIMAL
A caller from Elliot Drive reported that her neighbor’s dog had been barking for a while.  The Police responded.  Upon arrival, there was no dog barking.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.
9:32am ASSIST CITIZEN 
A walk-in requested to speak with an officer regarding an issue.  An officer advised the individual.
5:45pm     ASSIST CITIZEN 
A walk-in requested to speak with an officer regarding an issue.  An officer advised the individual.
9:36pm FOUND
A walk-in brought in a license plate that was found on Hudson Road.  The owner was identified and contacted.

Friday August 31, 2012
10:11am ASSIST CITIZEN 
A caller from Johnston Way reported that an older female appeared disoriented and left her dog in the car.  The Police responded.
1:25pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 
An officer reported that a woman, dressed all in pink, was walking along West Acton Road with a bunch of balloons.  
2:18pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY 
A caller reported that a woman had low vital signs and had possibly over-medicated.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.
2:47pm ASSIST CITIZEN 
A walk-in requested to speak with an officer regarding trespassers on her property.  She had “no trespassing” signs along her property that someone removed.  An officer advised the woman.
3:01pm ARREST
Jennifer Sherman, 27, from Stow, was arrested for distribution of a class B drug.
6:10pm DISTURBANCE
A caller from Warren Road reported that a woman was outside yelling and throwing things around.  The Police responded.  The woman went back into her home.
8:20pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 
A caller on Great Road reported that an 18-wheeler was in a parking lot unloading furniture.  The Police responded.  The driver reported that they were moving from a home in Maynard but had to pack quickly because the truck was parked in a bad location.  Now that they had some room in the parking lot, they were unloading the stuff to pack it correctly.
10:44pm DISTURBANCE
A caller from Warren Road reported that the same woman from an earlier call was now outside yelling her name and proclaiming that she loved herself.  The Police responded.  The woman returned to her home without further incident.
11:18pm DISTURBANCE 
The Police and Rescue department responded to Warren Road to transport a woman to the hospital.

Saturday September 1, 2012
9:37am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller from Boxboro Road reported that traffic was traveling at a high rate of speed.  The Police responded to check the area.
11:15am MEDICAL EMERGENCY 
A caller from Lowell Drive requested an ambulance for a man who was weak.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the man to the hospital.
11:57am WELL BEING CHECK
A caller requested that an officer check on a family member at home.  He had medical issues in the past and was not responding to her calls.  The Police responded.  The man was contacted and was OK.
7:47pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 
A caller from Circuit Drive reported that he heard multiple gunshots.  The Police responded to check the area.  Nothing was found.
11:35pm ARREST
Joseph Perry, 23, from Spencer, was arrested for driving with a suspended license.
11:36pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY 
A caller from Warren Road reported that she got orange juice in her eye.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  Upon arrival and after a thorough evaluation, no further medical attention was needed.

Sunday September 2, 2012
4:21pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 
A caller from Track Road reported that a black pick up truck drove by with brush in the bed.  The caller was concerned that the driver would dump the brush illegally.  The Police responded.  The truck was not located.  There was no evidence of illegal dumping.  
6:42pm ARREST
Bruce Abrams, 47, from Stow, was arrested for speeding, reckless operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop for the Police.
8:33pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Whitman Street reported that fireworks were coming from Robert Road.  The Police responded to check the area.  Nothing was found.

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