The Police Log

| December 19, 2012

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 December 10, 2012
A caller from Great Road requested an ambulance for a woman with a nosebleed.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  An ambulance transported the woman to the hospital.

A caller from Elm Ridge Road reported that a pick-up truck with 2 men inside was in front of her home.  The Police responded.  The men were contractors waiting to start a roof job on the neighbor’s home.  All was OK.

4:22pm ARREST
Christopher Olsen, 25, from Sterling, was arrested on a warrant for larceny.

A caller from Taylor Road requested an ambulance for an individual with difficulty breathing.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  After a thorough evaluation, the patient refused further medical care.

A caller from Barton Road reported that she never received packages she ordered last month.  UPS stated that someone signed for them.  An officer advised the woman.

Tuesday December 11, 2012
5:08pm ANIMAL
A caller from Adams Road reported that there were dogs barking outside.  The Police responded.  The dogs were inside the home and all was quiet.

A caller near Shaw’s reported that an unknown man was threatening him/her.  The Police responded.  The man was spoken to.  He was having a bad day and needed to let off some steam.

10:28pm ARREST
Jolie Breitenwischer, 20, from Stow, was arrested on a warrant.

Wednesday December 12, 2012
A caller on Packard Road reported a low hanging wire. The Police responded.  The wire was causing a safety hazard.  Comcast was contacted to remove the wire.

9:49am     FIRE
The Acton Fire Department requested assistance with a medical emergency.  The Stow ambulance responded to Arlington Street to assist a woman who was ill and transported the woman to the hospital.

A caller from Kettell Plain Road reported that a suspicious Budget truck was driving around the neighborhood at a high speed throughout the day.  The Police responded to check the area.

A caller on Pompositticut Street reported an erratic driver.  The Police responded.

The manager at Guiseppie’s Restaurant reported that she found a resident’s wallet.  The Police responded.  The wallet was returned.

Thursday December 13, 2012
3:18am     COMPLAINT
A caller from Adams Road reported that he heard someone screaming outside.  The Police responded.  Nothing was found.

9:50am FIRE
A caller on Edgehill Road reported a large amount of smoke in the area.  The Police and Fire Departments responded.  The smoke was coming from a chimney.  All was OK.

10:01am BURGLARY
A caller from Derby Orchards reported a past burglary.  The Police responded.  A report was filed.

A caller on Great Road reported an erratic driver headed toward Bolton.  The Police responded.  A car was stopped.  Alex Agostinho, 18, from Hudson, was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.

Friday December 14, 2012
A caller on Crescent Street reported that a white pick-up truck was parked on the side of the road.  The driver was walking near the car.  The Police responded.  The man’s truck broke down and he was waiting for the tow company.  All was OK.

9:15pm FIRE
A caller from Homestead Lane reported a large campfire in the area.  The Fire Department responded.  A campfire was located but it was under control and not a hazard.  All was OK.

Saturday December 15, 2012
A caller from Birch Hill Road reported that while a family member was home alone, an Infinity truck was at the end of the driveway.  Several men walked up the driveway.  She had not contacted the company for any reason and was concerned.  The Police responded.  The men were working on a neighbor’s home and needed to access a switch that was located underground near the caller’s property.  All was OK.

1:21pm LOST
A caller reported that his/her snakeskin wallet was lost in front of the library sssssometime lassssst week.  The Police advised the caller.  A report was filed.

A caller on Robinwood Lane complained that cars were parked on both sides of the road. It was difficult to pass through.  The Police responded.  The cars were a hazard.  The owners were spoken to and all the cars were moved to one side.

Sunday December 16, 2012
No incidents to report

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