By Kristen Kerouac
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 July 20, 2015
3:20pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Bose reported an accident/medical emergency. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. A man was taken to the hospital for a leg injury.
A very observant and concerned resident reported that he saw a man walk out of Dunkin Donuts with a blue refillable coffee cup without paying for it. The Police responded to check the area. The man was located outside of Papa Gino’s speaking with a woman in a tan car. The man returned the merchandise and was issued a no trespassing order.
5:42pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from West Acton Road requested that an officer meet him at his home because he had an issue with a neighbor. The Police responded. Both parties were advised.
9:09pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller reported that he left a bag at a meeting he had attended at the Hale School. He returned to retrieve it. The meeting was still going on so the man was able to get his bag.
9:49pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Gleasondale Road requested that an officer go to her neighbor’s home to tell her niece to come home. The Police responded. The girl was advised to return home, at which point she did.
A caller from Kingland Road reported that a dog was barking. This was a frequent occurrence. The Police responded. The dog’s owner was advised.
A caller from Bradley Lane reported that a large pickup truck went down the road, did some “donuts,” and then left. The Police responded. There was minimal damage but dust was still in the air. The driver was not located.
Tuesday July 21, 2015
5:14am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Delaney Road requested an ambulance for a man who had difficulty breathing. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An ambulance transported the man to the hospital.
10:52am ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
The Hudson Police requested assistance with locating a 2015 GMC, with a dealer plate or no plates, that was stolen from a location on Main Street. The Stow Police assisted with a search.
11:54am ASSIST CITIZEN
A walk-in reported that he was concerned with the behaviors of the softball teams that play on the field. An officer advised him.
A caller from Golden Drive reported that her dog was attacked by a neighbor’s dog. Her dog was in a crate and the other dog was in a closed room. She is not sure if her dog was injured. The Police and Animal Control Officer responded.
6:19pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller from Fieldstone Drive requested to speak with an officer regarding inappropriate texts her daughter had been receiving. An officer advised the woman.
Wednesday July 22, 2015
1:58am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Evelyn Road reported that a woman had a severe headache and upset stomach. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. The woman was transported to the hospital.
10:44am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Hale Road requested an ambulance for a woman who fell and had a possible leg injury. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.
A caller from the Delaney Project area reported that a mother bear and her cubs were eating her raspberries. She was concerned and felt unsafe. The Animal Control Officer was notified.
7:42pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A car was observed parked on State Road. Two individuals were located and asked to continue their adult activities somewhere else. The couple moved on.
11:40pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
A caller from Johnston Way requested an ambulance for a woman with a swollen, burning right leg. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. The woman was taken to the hospital via an ambulance.
Thursday July 23, 2015
8:50pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Barton Road reported that there was a suspicious pontoon boat on Lake Boon. When an officer asked why it was suspicious, the woman replied that it was “just sitting in that area for 15 minutes.” The Police responded. The boat was located with an elderly couple on board. All was peaceful and ok. The caller did not believe the officer’s explanation. She still felt it was suspicious.
A caller from Great Road reported that there was a snake in her home. The Animal Control Officer was notified. The woman then reported that the snake sssssnuck out the back door before the police arrived.
Friday July 24, 2015
A walk-in reported that she found a wallet at the town forest. An officer contacted the owner, who picked up the wallet.
A caller from Mitchell Road reported that her neighbor had been yelling profanities. An officer advised the caller.
A caller from Robert Road reported hearing screaming at a residence’s home for over an hour. The Police responded. A few homes were having small parties and children were playing in the backyards. All was OK.
8:42pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller from Kirkland Road reported hearing shots fired. The Police responded to check the area. Nothing was found.
A caller from Sawmill Road reported that a neighbor had been being loud and blowing air horns for the past week. The Police responded. The neighborhood was quiet.
Saturday July 25, 2015
1:03pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller from Barton Road reported that a car was blocking the exit of the Collings Foundation. The Police responded. Landscapers were advised to move the vehicle to a better location. The car was moved.
9:20pm WELL BEING CHECK
A caller reported that a friend was concerned for her daughter’s well being. The car was not in the driveway and the girl was not answering her phone. The Police responded. It was determined that the car had been towed earlier. The girl was located and was OK.
Sunday July 26, 2015
A caller from Warren Road reported that a resident was following him around yelling at him. The caller stated that the man was a war criminal and that he was torturing people. The Police responded. The information was logged.