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 September 10, 2012
2:31pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in requested to speak with an officer regarding someone throwing beer cans on his property. An officer advised the man.
Tuesday September 11, 2012
12:23pm ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
The Maynard Police requested assistance with locating a 9-year-old boy who left school. The Stow Police responded to assist. A short time later, the boy was located. All was OK.
12:38pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller reported that while she was riding her horse, in the Town Forest, she had an upsetting encounter with a woman and her dog. The caller wanted the information logged but explained that she would go by the station later to talk with an officer. The information was logged.
Joseph Smith, 41, from Stow, was arrested on a warrant.
10:21pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Maple Street requested an ambulance for an individual who had a seizure. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. After a thorough evaluation, the patient refused further medical care.
Wednesday September 12, 2012
9:02am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Hale Middle School requested an ambulance for a staff member who had a head wound. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An ambulance transported the patient to the hospital.
A caller from DeVincent Way reported that there had been an incident with the neighbor’s dog. The information was passed onto the Animal Control Officer.
6:40pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Great Road reported that a car in front of him kept applying his brakes. The Police responded. The described car was not located.
Thursday September 13, 2012
7:09am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Taylor Road reported that a white van was parked in front of his driveway. When the caller tried to approach the van, the man inside gave him a strange look and drove away. The Police responded to check the area. The van was not located.
A caller from Red Acre Road reported that a horse was running around her yard. The Animal Control Officer was notified. The horse’s owner was contacted to retrieve the animal.
A walk-in found a Blackberry on Great Road, near Shaw’s. The item will be held at the station for safekeeping.
4:36pm FIRE/MEDICAL EMERGENCY
The Stow Fire/Rescue department responded to Maynard to assist a man with an allergic reaction. An ambulance transported the man to the hospital.
A caller from Harvard Road reported that his front door was kicked in. He believed someone broke in. The Police responded to check his home. A report was filed.
A caller from Sudbury Road reported that her dog was missing. The Animal Control Officer was notified.
A caller from Taylor Road reported that while his child was getting on the bus, a light green Honda sped by the bus.
6:21pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Packard Road reported that when she arrived home, there was an unknown car in her driveway. She was concerned because she was the only one due home at that time. A moment later, before the Police arrived, the caller reported that she found out that the car belonged to a family member who recently purchased a new one. All was OK.
10:02pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
The Lifeline company reported that a woman from Johnston Way had pain in her stomach. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.
Friday September 14, 2012
10:45am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Great Road requested an ambulance for a woman who had chest pains. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.
1:37pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Meeting House Lane requested an ambulance for a man who was not feeling well. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An ambulance transported the man to the hospital.
10:05pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Marlboro Road requested an ambulance for a girl who was vomiting. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. After a thorough evaluation, the patient did not need any further medical care.
Saturday September 15, 2012
10:34am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller from Barton Road complained that cars were driving through at a high speed. There were many people walking along the roads going to Honey Pot Hill. The caller was concerned. The Police responded to check the area.
A caller from Old Bolton Road reported that the front tires on his truck had been slashed. The incident was logged.
3:46pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A person on Track Road flagged an officer down. He stated that he heard gunshots in the area. The officer searched the area. A couple of individuals were located with very loud noisemakers. All was OK.
A caller from Barton Road reported that her son locked himself in the car. The Police responded. Entry to the car was gained. All was OK.
A caller on Harvard Road reported that she found a small dog, which appeared injured. The Animal Control Officer responded. The dog was located. It was not injured. The owner was identified and contacted.
Many callers from Maple Street reported that a car was driving erratically, which caused a thick black tire smoke. The callers requested extra patrol in the area because this had been happening every Saturday night. The Police responded to check the area.
Sunday September 16, 2012
A caller on Barton Road reported that people were parking on both sides of the road and then walking to Honey Pot Hill. The Police responded. The no parking signs were clearly posted.
A caller on Sudbury Road reported that cars were parked on both sides of the road, which caused heavy traffic. The Police responded. Most cars had left and the traffic was not that heavy. All was OK.
9:02pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY/ ARREST
A caller on Packard Road requested assistance because, while he was driving, he experienced blurred vision and a rapid heart rate. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. Upon a thorough evaluation, Cody Payson, 20, from Bolton, was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.