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| October 10, 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 October 1, 2012
8:32am FIRE
A caller from Hale Road reported that his basement flooded from a burst pipe.  The Fire Department responded to assist the caller.

 
9:49am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Apple Blossom Lane reported that the street sign was missing.  The information was logged.

 
10:45am ANIMAL
A caller on Kirkland Road reported that a Boston terrier was running around the area.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 
12:50pm BURGLARY
A caller from Elm Ridge Road reported that when he returned home, the door was open and drawers had been pulled out.  The Police responded to check the area.

 
3:01pm ANIMAL
A nurse from a local hospital reported that a neighbor’s dog bit a woman who was visiting family on Gleasondale Road.  The woman had several bites on her thigh, arm and wrist.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 
4:18pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Elm Ridge Road reported that when he returned home, he noticed boot prints around the yard.  The caller stated that he heard about a possible burglary from a neighbor and the caller thought this might be related.  The Police responded.

 
6:22pm FIRE
A caller on Taylor Road reported that there was a large amount of smoke coming from a home.  The Police and Fire Department responded.  Nothing was found.

 
7:54pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller reported that a family member’s car on Cross Street was broken into the previous night.  The Police responded.

 

Tuesday October 2, 2012
7:06am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Red Acre Road requested an ambulance for a woman who was not feeling well.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

 
5:33pm BURGLARY
A caller from Taylor Road reported that when she returned home, the side door was kicked in.  The Police responded to check the area.

 

Wednesday October 3, 2012
5:29am COMPLAINT
A caller from Kirkland Road reported that he has heard a low humming sound each morning for the past few days.  The Police responded to check the area.

 
7:17am FIRE
A caller from Sudbury Road reported that there was a problem with his chimney.  The Fire Department responded.  There was a small fire between the chimney and his home.  The fire was safely extinguished.  The surrounding area was checked for damage.  All was OK.

 
8:12am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Maguire Lane reported that the same van parks in the neighborhood around 8 everyday, stays for a few minutes and then leaves.  The Police responded.  The van was located.  It was a school bus van that parked for a few minutes between stops.  All was OK.

 
1:20pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller requested to speak with an officer regarding an ongoing issue with a family member.  An officer advised the caller.

 
1:34pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Farm Road reported that a young man, wearing jeans and a hoodie, asked for directions to the center of town.  The caller thought this was suspicious because he did not have a car; he just walked up to her home.  The Police responded to check the area.

 
7:12pm ASSIST CITIZEN
The owner of Video Signals requested to speak with an officer regarding a possible theft.  An officer advised the caller.

 

Thursday October 4, 2012
8:35am LARCENY
A walk-in reported that his leaf blower was stolen from his landscaping equipment.  An officer advised the man.

 
11:27am ANIMAL
A caller from a local hospital reported that a dog on Barton Road bit a HL&P worker.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 
11:51am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Center School reported that a girl fell off the monkey bars.  She had pain in her arm and shoulder. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the girl to the hospital.

 
12:42pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Shelburne Farms reported that a woman fell over a bench and hit her head.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  After a thorough evaluation, the woman did not need further medical care.

 
7:37pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Farm Road, who had called in a suspicious activity report earlier, reported that she saw a car with 2 young men in it.  They were driving around the area slowly.  An Officer advised the caller.

 

Friday October 5, 2012
11:04am ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in inquired about a cell phone he lost.  The cell phone he lost had been turned in.   It was returned to the man.

 
1:53pm ANIMAL
A caller on Garner Road reported that there was a large snapping turtle crossing the road.  The Police responded.  The turtle was safely moved off the road.

 
4:43pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Barton Road reported that he kept hearing loud explosions.  The Police responded to check the area.

 
6:53pm ANIMAL
A caller on Boxboro Road reported that he/she struck a deer.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 
7:15pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Sudbury Road reported a loud explosion.  An Officer informed the caller that the Collings Foundation was practicing for the re-enactment event scheduled for the weekend.

 

Saturday October 6, 2012
10:33am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Kingland Road reported that his small boat might have floated off into the lake.  It was not on the beach where he left it.  An Officer assisted the caller.  The information was logged.

 
12:02pm ARREST
Melissa Pinsonault, 22, from Maynard, was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

 
12:22pm COMPLAINT
An angry caller from Martin Lane reported that he believed the Collings Foundation event was violating the town’s noise laws.  An Officer informed the caller that the event had the proper permits.  All was OK.

 
4:26pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Honey Pot Hill requested an ambulance for a young woman who possibly broke her leg.  The Police/Fire Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

 
6:15pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Adams Road reported that two small sedans were drag racing on the street. The Police responded.

 
8:31pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from the Collings Foundation requested an ambulance for a man who was injured during the World War II re-enactment.  The man was burned on his arm and hand.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the man to the hospital.

 

Sunday October 7, 2012
9:12am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Packard Road reported that someone dropped off a young man at the end of her driveway. The man proceeded to walk into the woods behind her home.  The Police responded to check the area.  The man was found and spoken to.  All was OK.

 
8:11pm ARREST
Steven Butler, 46, from Stow, was arrested on a warrant.

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