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Public Safety Report… January 22, 2014

| January 21, 2014

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 January 13, 2014
12:08pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Taylor Road reported that a modular home trailer was blocking the road.  The Police responded.  Upon arrival, the home had been moved onto its property.  All was OK.

1:24pm    FRAUD
A walk-in reported that someone opened multiple accounts using her personal information.  An officer advised the woman.

3:13pm    MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Mitchell Road requested an ambulance for a man who had shortness of breath.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the man to the hospital.

3:32pm    ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from a dental office in Stow reported that an employee took his/her own files and the main entrance keys.  The owner wanted the information logged for insurance purposes.  The building’s locks were changed as a precaution.

7:01pm    ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from White Pond Road reported that a car drove by his home, backed up and then stopped in front of his home.  The caller spoke with the driver, who had an unkind response.  The police responded to check the area.

Tuesday January 14, 2014
9:45am    ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Great Road reported a large tree branch on wires.  The Highway Department was notified.

Wednesday January 15, 2014
6:02am    MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller at Global Fitness requested an ambulance for a woman who passed out during an exercise class.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  After a thorough evaluation, the woman refused further medical care.

9:07am    ACCIDENT
A caller on Great Road reported a three car accident.  There were no known personal injuries.   The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.

10:40am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
An officer reported seeing an individual  wearing a tan coat, backpack and black hat, leaving a family member’s home.  The information was logged.

11:03am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Meeting House Lane requested an ambulance for a man who fell by the dumpster and injured his hip.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the man to the hospital.

12:20pm FIRE
A caller from Meeting House Lane requested an ambulance for a neighbor who fell.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  After a thorough evaluation, the individual refused further medical care.

1:29pm    ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Adams Road reported that his wife stepped into a hole on the side of the road.  He was concerned for other’s safety. The Police responded.

Thursday January 16, 2014
12:24am VANDALISM
A caller from Boxboro Road reported that his trash barrels had been knocked over and beer cans were located in his mailbox.  The Police responded.

9:13am ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in reported that there was damage to his car.  The cause was unknown.  An officer advised the individual.

11:26am VANDALISM
A caller from Packard Road reported that the window of his car had been smashed.  The Police responded.

4:49pm ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
A caller on Mill Pond Square, in Maynard, reported that he was involved in a car accident.  There were no injuries.  The Maynard Police were contacted.

9:29am    ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller reported that her parents were contacted from someone claiming to be from Medicare.  The parents gave their checking account number over the phone.  The caller wanted the information logged.

Friday January 17, 2014
9:08am    MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Boon Road requested an ambulance for a man who was not responding.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the man to the hospital.

1:13pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Johnston Way requested an ambulance for a woman who felt weak.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

7:06pm    SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Warren Road reported that he heard someone trying to get into the apartment next door.  The Police responded.  Nothing was found.  The building was secure.

Saturday January 18, 2014
5:04am    SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Timberedge Road reported a suspicious car in the neighbor’s driveway.  The Police responded.  The car was a livery service picking up a client.

9:23am    COMPLAINT
A caller from Packard Road reported hearing multiple gunshots.  The Police responded to check the area.  Nothing was found.

10:40am ACCIDENT
A caller on Great Road reported that his car slid off the road.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  A tow truck was called.

11:29am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Taylor Road reported that she could not drive up the hill.  The Highway Department was notified.  The road was treated.

12:45pm THREATS
A caller from Cricket Court reported that his wife received a phone call claiming that her brother had been in an accident.  The man involved demanded $2000.00 in exchange for the woman’s brother.  The Police responded.   The information was logged.

1:39pm    DISABLED VEHICLE
The Highway Department reported a car off the road on Gleasondale Road.  A tow truck was requested.

2:05pm    ACCIDENT
A caller on Taylor Road reported that his car went into a tree.  The Police responded.

2:14pm    DISABLED VEHICLE
A caller on Great Road reported that his car went off the road.  The Police responded.

6:54pm    ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in reported that his car slid off the road on Great Road.  There was front end damage; however the individual was able to drive his car to his destination.

Sunday January 19, 2014
2:46am    ANIMAL
A caller from Hudson Road reported that his chocolate Labrador ran off.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

3:13am ANIMAL
A caller on Hudson Road reported that a chocolate Labrador was running along the road.  The Animal Control Officer was notified. The dog was located and returned to its owner.

5:05pm    ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in reported that a miter saw was left at his neighbor’s home, possibly by a worker.  He brought the saw to the station for safe keeping.

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