Stow Public Safety Log

| July 2, 2019

Excerpts from the Stow Public Safety log, compiled by Kristen Kerouac

Monday June 24, 2019

11:22am ANIMAL
A caller from Johnston Way requested to speak with the Animal Control Officer regarding issues with a dog.  The Animal Control was notified.

11:44pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY

A caller from Peabody Drive requested assistance for a man who fell out of his chair.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The man was assisted back into his chair.

Tuesday June 25, 2019

2:09am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller on Gleasondale Road reported that while she was driving, a man jumped out in front of her car and tried to stop her.  She drove around the man.  The Police responded to check the area.  A man was located.  He was given a ride to Marlboro.  All was OK.

2:35am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY

An officer observed a man packing guns into his car.  The man was found to be the new owner of the gun shop.  He was working late.

2:51am MEDICAL EMERGENCY

A caller from Warren Road requested an ambulance for a man who had a medical emergency.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the man to the hospital.

9:54am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Wedgewood Road reported that she did not recognize a car that was parked in front of her home.  While on the call, the caller reported that the car went to the neighbor’s home and the neighbor appeared to know the man in the car.  All was OK.

1:53pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Great Road requested an ambulance for a man who was feeling ill.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the man to the hospital.

2:41pm ANIMAL
A caller from White Pond Road reported that her black and white cat had been missing for about three days.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

Wednesday June 26, 2019

9:40am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT

A caller reported that several cars were driving very fast up Hartley Road, toward Hale Middle School.  Extra patrol was placed in the area.

11:03am ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller reported that her daughter went for a swim but had not returned for over an hour.  While on the call, the caller’s daughter was located.

11:29am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Forest Road reported that two men and two women were walking through the neighborhood and taking pictures of several homes.  The Police responded.  The four individuals were checking out their old neighborhood and homes.  All was OK.

4:11pm ANIMAL
A caller running on South Acton Road reported that a German Shepherd dog chased her.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

5:10pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in requested to speak with an officer regarding a private issue.  An officer advised the individual.

7:22pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Great Road reported that a car was driving very close to him and was swerving.  The Police responded to check the area.  A car was located.  A citation was given.

Thursday June 27, 2019

2:07am ANIMAL

A caller near Honey Pot Hill Orchards reported that goats were in the road.  The Police responded.  The goats were located and brought back to their pen.

9:19am ANIMAL
A caller from Maple Street reported that she found two baby birds that had fallen.  The Animal Control Officer was notified.

9:47am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller on Gleasondale Road, at the bridge, reported that two or three kids were playing “chicken” with the cars.  They would run across the road and jump over the barriers.  The Police responded to check the area.

9:03pm ANIMAL
A caller from Carriage Lane reported that she found a loose Golden Retriever near her home.  She contained the dog in her garage.  The Animal Control Officer located the owner and the dog was safely returned.

Friday June 28, 2019

No major incidents to report.

Saturday June 29, 2019

11:49am ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

A Stow Officer came across a bicyclist, in Bolton, who was on the ground with a possible head injury.  A witness explained that the man hit a hole in the road and then went down.  The Bolton Fire/Rescue responded to take over the call.

1:42pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller reported that he received a call from a man who stated he was from the Harrisburg, PA Police Department.  The man said that the caller’s daughter was in custody.  A one hundred-thousand-dollar bail amount was set to get her out.  An officer advised the caller that the call was a scam.  Even though the daughter lived in Harrisburg, the call was not true. 

9:02pm COMPLAINT
A caller from Harvard Road reported that fireworks were being set off near the country club.  The Police responded.

9:36pm VANDALISM
A caller from Packard Road reported that a car sped down her road and hit her mailbox.  The Police responded to check the area.  The mailbox was not damaged.  No one was located.

11:11pm VANDALISM

A caller from Taylor Road reported that two mailboxes were found in the road.  The Police responded to check the area.

11:29pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Sawmill Road reported that an unknown car was parked in front of the neighbor’s home.  People were walking around the back of the home with flashlights.  The Police responded.  The homeowner was advised.

Sunday June 30, 2019

12:10am COMPLAINT
A caller from Carriage Lane reported that loud noises were coming from the neighbor’s home.  The Police responded.  Several individuals were found in the pool.  They agreed to go in for the night.  All was OK.              

8:24am ANIMAL
A caller on Harvard Road reported that an injured goose was sitting on the side of the road, with a possible broken leg.  The Police responded to check the area.  The goose was located and taken to Tufts Animal Hospital.

9:29am VANDALISM
A caller from Taylor Road reported that someone pulled his mailbox out of the ground and threw it across the street.  The Police responded.  A report was filed.

9:31am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from the Stow Acres Country Club requested an ambulance for a man who had a medical emergency while on the course.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The man was transported to the hospital via the ambulance.

1:36pm VANDALISM
A caller from Taylor Road reported that someone pulled his mailbox out of the ground and threw a “for sale” sign in his yard. The information was logged.

6:38pm ACCIDENT
A caller on Gleasondale Road reported that an accident occurred.  A car went into a tree.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The driver needed to be extricated.  The ambulance transported the man to the hospital.

8:38pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller reported that his spouse had eaten a chocolate bar that had approximately 65mg of marijuana in it.  The individual was hallucinating.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The woman was transported to the hospital via the ambulance.

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