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| November 6, 2013

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 28, 2013
9:05am FIRE
A caller from Johnston Way requested a lift assist for a woman who fell.  The Fire Department responded.  The woman was helped.  She was OK.

3:23pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Johnston Way requested an ambulance because she had a headache and felt dizzy.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

9:10pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
An officer observed a driver tailgating and beeping at another car.  The driver was stopped and advised.

Tuesday October 29, 2013
9:28am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Johnston Way requested an ambulance for a woman who was semi-conscious.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

1:33pm ANIMAL
A caller from Adams Road reported that a neighbor’s dog had been barking for a half hour.  The Police responded.  The area was checked.  The dogs were not located.

2:07pm  ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Faxon Drive requested to speak with an officer regarding an issue.  An officer advised the caller.

4:57pm ANIMAL
A caller from Gleasondale Road reported that she had control of a loose dog.  The Animal Control Officer was notified and responded.

5:03pm ARREST
Kevin Hubble, Jr., 28, from Boxboro, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and possession of an open container of alcohol while driving.

Wednesday October 30, 2013
8:56am ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in requested to speak with an officer regarding a family member.  An officer advised the woman.

10:39am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Packard Road reported that he found a bag at the end of his driveway.  The Police responded to check the bag.  Nothing harmful was found.

3:15pm ARREST
Robert Soot, 38, from Leominster, was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

Thursday October 31, 2013
12:48pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Adams Road reported that his neighbor’s dog had been barking for over 20 minutes.  The caller wanted the complaint logged.

2:12pm DISTURBANCE
A caller from Stow Brook Gulf reported that two people were arguing near the gas pumps.  The Police responded.  A dispute between two individuals was broken up.  All was OK.

Friday November 1, 2013
2:17pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Woodland Way requested an ambulance for a woman who was weak and dizzy.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  After a thorough evaluation, the woman refused further medical care.

Saturday November 2, 2013
10:42am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Hudson Road reported hearing shots from the woods. He asked if it was hunting season.  An officer advised the caller that it was indeed hunting season.

2:01pm DISTURBANCE
A caller from Infinite Motors on Great Road reported that a man was fighting with two women in the parking lot.  The man hit the car with an object.  The Police responded.  All the parties were spoken to.

5:12pm ARREST
Gregory Smith, 52, from Stow, was arrested for assault and battery.

9:48pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller from Walcott Street reported debris in the road.  The Police responded.  A smashed TV was located on the side of the road.

11:45pm ASSIST CITIZEN
An officer spoke with a grandpartent regarding an issue with her granddaughter.

11:53pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Cardinal Court reported loud music outside.  The Police responded to check the area.  All was OK.

Sunday November 3, 2013
2:43am ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
The Maynard Police requested assistance with locating an individual who was in Stow.  The Stow Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The individual was located and brought back home.  All was OK.

12:11pm ANIMAL
A caller from Kirkland Road reported that her two cats were missing.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

1:04pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in requested to speak with an officer regarding an issue with his daughter.  An officer advised the individual.

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