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| October 3, 2012

Monday September 24, 2012
12:25pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Honey Pot Hill Orchard requested an ambulance for a woman who fell and possibly broke her ankle.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

 
2:59pm COMPLAINT
A caller reported vandalism at the cemetery.  The Police responded.  There was no vandalism seen.

 
3:51pm WELL BEING CHECK
The Council on Aging requested a well-being check on an individual who signed up for an event but did not show up.  The Police responded.  The man was located and was OK.

 
5:25pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Pine Point Road reported that someone hit her stonewall. The Police responded. There was damage to a small portion of her lawn.  A report was filed.

 
6:35pm ANIMAL
A caller from Kirkland Road reported that while he and his wife were walking in Harvard Acres, two dogs charged them.  The owners called off the dogs and the individuals were not harmed.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 

 

Tuesday September 25, 2012
7:24am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Edgehill Road reported a possible scam on Craigslist.  The information was logged for further investigation.

 
10:51am FIRE
A caller from Gleasondale Road reported that some grease spilled into her oven.  She was concerned it would start a fire.  The Fire Department responded.  All was OK.

 
1:47pm FOUND
A caller from Shaw’s reported that a woman’s purse was located in the store.  The Police identified the woman and returned the purse to her.

 
3:55pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller from Delaney Road reported that there was machinery in the road and workers were directing traffic.  The Police responded.  A company was power washing a home.  The workers were advised.

 
4:23pm COMPLAINT
A caller on Great Road reported that a man threatened her because of a driving incident.  The Police advised the caller.

 
5:05pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Edson Street requested an ambulance for a small child who was accidentally burned by hot tea.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the child to the hospital.

 

 

Wednesday September 26, 2012
9:10am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Homestead Lane requested to speak with an officer regarding an ongoing issue involving her mechanic.  The Police advised the woman.

 
10:11am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller on Pine Point Road reported that there was a large kitchen knife in the middle of the road.  The Police responded.  The knife was removed from the road.

 
10:32am LARCENY
A caller from Hudson Road reported that the side rails on his garden bench were taken from his property.  The Police responded.

 
1:14pm VANDALISM
A caller from First Parish reported that an obscene image was spray painted on one of the church’s signs.  The Police responded.

 
2:58pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A nurse reported that an individual from Warren Road needed an ambulance for a high fever and fast heart rate.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the patient to the hospital.

 
3:35pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Birch Hill Road 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.

 
7:37pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Barton Road reported that there was an erratic driver.  The Police responded.  The driver was located.  A woman was on the cell phone.  She was strongly advised.

 
10:55pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller at Stow Brook Gulf reported that her credit card was stuck in the gas pump.  The Police responded to assist the caller.

 

 
Thursday September 27, 2012
11:48am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Sawmill Road reported that she heard a loud bang outside her home.  The Police responded.  HL+P were trimming trees and a branch fell on a wire, tripping a circuit breaker.  The situation was under control.

 
12:50pm ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
The Director at Randall Library requested that the police escort employees to their cars when it was late at night.

 
1:48pm ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
The Acton Police Department requested assistance with locating a car whose driver was wanted in connection with a recent breaking and entering.  The Stow Police responded to search the area.

 
4:09pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
An officer reported that a landscaping company lost several bags of fertilizer off the back of a truck.  The area was cleaned up.  All was OK.

 
8:50pm     ANIMAL
A caller from Harvard Road reported that a hound dog was wandering the area.  The Police responded.  The dog was not located.

 
10:22pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Old Bolton Road requested an ambulance because she had pain in her leg.  It felt like it was going to burst.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

 

 

Friday September 21, 2012
3:07am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Gleasondale Road requested an ambulance because of pain in her hip and leg.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

 
3:19pm ANIMAL
A caller from Hudson Road reported that a delivery person accidentally let his small Wheaten Terrier out of the house.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.  The dog was located and returned home.

 

 

Saturday September 29, 2012
8:44pm LARCENY
A caller from Taylor Road reported that a Scott Brown sign was taken from his lawn.  The incident was logged.

 
10:04pm VANDALISM
A caller at Bradley Field reported that a car drove onto the soccer fields.  The Police responded.  There was no damage to the field but it was evident that someone did drive on it.  The driver was located and advised.

 
11:00pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Wedgewood Pines requested an ambulance for a woman who fell and injured her mouth.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

 

 

Sunday September 30, 2012
11:42am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller on Circuit Drive reported that a car was driving slowly around the area.  The caller was concerned that the driver was possibly checking out empty homes.  The Police responded to check the area.

 
5:33pm ANIMAL
A caller from Mitchell Road requested information about dog tags and leash laws.  The Animal Control Officer’s number was given to the caller.

 
6:52pm     ASSIST CITIZEN
A woman at Stow Community Park was looking for her daughter, with whom she had a disagreement.  The Police assisted the woman.  The daughter was located.  Both parties were advised.  All was OK.

 
7:18pm COMPLAINT
A walk-in reported that Scott Brown signs were taken from Taylor Road.  The Police advised the individual that they were made aware of the situation by a previous caller.

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