Public Safety Report… Oct. 1 2014

| October 10, 2014

Oct. 1 2014

 

Monday September 22, 2013
5:49am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from High Street reported that a woman had low oxygen levels.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.
1:20pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Honey Pot Apple Orchards reported that a woman had chest pain and was in and out of consciousness.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded and  transported the woman to the hospital.
4:00pm COMPLAINT
A walk-in reported that earlier in the day, a few men were in his backyard cutting brush along the brook.  An officer advised the man that the men might have been from Mosquito Control.  The officer investigated the situation.
4:01pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Great Road reported that individuals were being loud and throwing cans over his fence.  The Police responded.
4:27pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Old Bolton Road reported that a car, with one occupant inside, was parked at the dead end.  The Police responded.  There were two individuals in the car who were talking.  They were asked to move along.
7:31pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Grove Hill Road reported that someone kicked a ball into his car.  The Police responded.  The involved individuals were advised.

Tuesday September 23, 2014
9:43am COMPLAINT
A caller from Maple Street reported that someone left a large piece of equipment on his property.  The Police responded.
10:59am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Taylor Road requested assistance with an individual who was being aggressive.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the man to the hospital.
2:46pm ANIMAL
A caller reported that her neighbor’s dog had been barking for over 20 minutes.  The Police responded.  The dog was located but not barking.
5:35pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller reported that whenever  he comes into town to pick up a family member, someone at the intersection of Gleasondale Road and Great Road runs the red light and just misses hitting him.  This happens almost every time he is in town.  An officer advised the caller.
7:02pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A walk-in reported that 8-10 teenagers walked into the refuge when he was coming out.  The Police responded to check the area.  No one was located.  A message was left with the US Fish and Wildlife service.

Wednesday September 24, 2014
12:34pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller from Barton Road reported that a flatbed, with an army tank on it, drove over the dam towards the Collings property.  There was not a police escort, which the caller stated had been the current policy.  The Police responded.  The flatbed was not carrying a tank, it was a tank gun.  The officer assisted him to the Foundation.  The driver misunderstood which way he was supposed to enter the property.
2:10pm ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
A caller from Maple Street requested a police witness while a discussion between the resident and the Conservation Commission took place. The Police responded.

Thursday September 25, 2014
9:45am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller reported that someone was sitting in a parked car at First Parish Church.  The Police responded.  The man was waiting for his boss so they could start work on the building.
12:42pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Kirkland Road requested an ambulance for an individual who fell and was bleeding. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the individual to the hospital.
11:17pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from White Pond Road reported that there was a man at his home whom he wanted to leave.  The Police responded.

Friday September 26, 2014
4:10am DISTURBANCE
A caller from Kingland Road reported that he was awakened by a woman screaming “No! No! Get away from me you creep!”  The man yelled back to see if she was ok and she responded she was fine.  The Police responded. A couple was having a verbal disagreement.
11:06am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Kingland Road requested to speak with an officer about a trespassing issue.  An officer advised the caller.
2:37pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
Airport Management at the Minuteman Airfield reported that a man was walking across the runway.  When he was asked for identification,  he responded with a first name and asked for food and water.  The man was assisted.  The police advised the caller to contact them immediately if this happened again.

Saturday September 27, 2014
12:52pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A walk-in at the Fire Station requested assistance for a medical emergency.  An ambulance transported the individual to the hospital.
1:18pm ACCIDENT
A detail officer reported that a bus hit a light pole at Honey Pot Apple Orchards.  There were no injuries to report.
2:41pm LARCENY
An officer responded to Honey Pot Apple Orchards for a report of theft. The owner was spoken to and was satisfied with the actions taken.

Sunday September 28, 2014
2:34am COMPLAINT
A caller from Fox Court complained about a loud party.  The Police responded.  The party was located and shut down.
11:48am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Shelburne Farms reported that the lot was full.  An officer authorized parking on Brandymeade Road.
12:04pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A detail officer at Honey Pot Apple Orchards reported that a child was hit in the face with a wooden object. Fire/Rescue responded.  Further medical attention was refused.
12:14pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller from Shelburne Farms reported that the traffic director almost caused an accident.  The Police responded. The employee was advised.
2:31pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A detail officer at Honey Pot Apple Orchards reported that an individual had a possible broken ankle.  The man refused medical attention.
2:36pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller at the Stow Garden Center reported that she was having a panic attack.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.
3:29pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller at Honey Pot Apple Orchards requested an ambulance for a man who dislocated his knee.  The Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the man to the hospital.
4:08pm ANIMAL
The owner of Honey Pot Apple Orchards reported that a guest was very upset because her child was bitten by a goat/sheep.  The Police responded.  The child’s hand was cleaned and there was no broken skin.  The woman requested to speak with the Animal Control Officer regarding immunizations or any shots the child would need because of this incident.  A message was left for the Animal Control Officer.

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