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| October 17, 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 8, 2012
5:20pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Warren Road reported that his neighbor was screaming.  The Police responded.  The neighbor was in her home and not screaming.  All was OK.

 
9:51am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY/MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller at Stow Acres Country Club reported that his friend got hit in the back by a shotgun pellet.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The individual was treated.

 
10:06am COMPLAINT
A caller from Warren Road reported that his neighbor was in her car, playing loud music.  The Police advised the caller.

 
12:58pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Shelburne Farm reported that a dog was left in a car for over an hour.  The Police responded to check the area.  The dog was in a car, with the windows open, and it had water.  There was no need for a further investigation.

 
1:29pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Elaine Avenue reported that she received threatening emails from the spouse of her employer.  An officer advised the caller.

 
2:27pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
An employee at Curves Fitness Center requested an ambulance for a back injury.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The woman was transported to the hospital.

 
2:58pm ANIMAL
A caller at the town forest reported that her dog bumped into a man and he injured his knee.  The man threatened to sue the woman.  The Police responded.  The man was gone upon arrival.  The Animal Control Officer was notified of the situation.

 
7:16pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller, who was leaving the Minuteman Airfield, reported that he/she noticed a car parked on the side of the driveway, with a man sitting inside.  The caller felt concerned.  The Police responded.  The man was waiting for a tow truck.  All was OK.

 

Tuesday October 9, 2012
7:17am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller requested to speak with an officer regarding an ongoing issue.  An officer advised the caller.

 
10:15am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Brown Road requested to speak with an officer regarding some personal property the police were holding.  An officer advised the caller.

 
5:07pm FIRE
A caller from Orchard Drive reported that the carbon monoxide detector was going off.  The Fire Department responded.  Low levels of carbon monoxide were detected.  The home was ventilated and all was OK.

 

Wednesday October 10, 2012
9:49am COMPLAINT
A walk-in reported that the yellow center line on Gleasondale Road was painted incorrectly.  An officer spoke with the woman.  The Highway Department was contacted to check the area.

 
11:04pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller on Whitman Street reported that a suspicious man was riding a bike around the neighborhood for a while.  The Police responded.  The rider was a woman who was headed west.  The officer advised the rider to use caution.

 

Thursday October 11, 2012
9:43am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
An officer observed a “small camp” set up on Marlboro Road, close to route 62.  A woman, who was riding her bike west, was spoken to.  A report was filed.

 
8:42pm FOUND
A walk-in found a wallet in a shopping cart at Shaw’s.  An officer contacted the owner and the wallet was returned.

 
9:42pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Brookmill Road reported that someone was in the house where he was staying.  The Police responded.

 

Friday October 12, 2012
8:38am LARCENY
A caller from Hale Road reported that while he was on a business trip, one month ago, someone stole a large amount of coins from his car.  The information was passed on for follow up.

 
11:15am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Whitman Street reported that an unknown person was sitting in a running car at an unoccupied home.  The Police responded.  The person worked for a service company who was hired to do some work at the home.  All was OK.

 
5:42pm ANIMAL
A caller from Great Road reported that a dog kept roaming around his property.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 
8:21pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Great Road reported that someone dropped a bag of glass in the road.  The Fire Department responded to clean up the area.

 
8:59pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Wheeler Road requested an ambulance for a woman who fell and hurt her hip.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

 

Saturday October 13, 2012
9:38am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller at the Post Office reported that an elderly woman fell, but got up and continued walking.  The caller was concerned that the woman was injured.  The Police responded to check the area.  No one was located.

 
12:20pm MISSING PERSON
A caller from Barton Road reported that her roommate had been missing since the morning.  The Police responded to check the area.

 
1:53pm FOLLOW UP
The Police responded to Lake Boon to check the shoreline for a missing person.

 
1:59pm FOLLOW-UP
The Police requested a K9 officer to assist with the search for a missing person.  The State Police dive team and Air Wing were also contacted to assist with the search. A Medical Examiner and Crime Prevention and Control (CPAC) were requested to be on scene.

 
3:52pm LOST
A walk-in reported that she lost her bag with a camera in it at Applefield Farm.  The information was logged.

 
3:57pm ANIMAL
A caller from Boon Road reported that her golden retriever was loose.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

 
5:43pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Marlboro Road reported that a large truck with a rack on the back of it was driving erratically and almost hit her.  The Police responded to check the area.

 

Sunday October 14, 2012
12:51pm LARCENY
A caller from Hale Road reported that someone broke into his car and home.  A wallet and purse were taken from the home.  The Police responded.  A report was filed.

 
10:20pm BURGLARY/ARREST
A caller from Crescent Street reported that someone wearing a dark sweatshirt with a hood was going through his neighbor’s car.  The Police responded.  Joseph Redfield, 26, from Maynard, was arrested for a felony of nighttime breaking and entering.

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