| Monday September 19, 2011
1:09pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
from Wildwood Road reported that cars drive through the neighborhood at a
high speed, especially during bus pick up times. The Police will
patrol the area in the morning. The information was logged.
5:52pm ASSIST CITIZEN
A caller at Honey Pot Hill Orchard reported
that she bumped another parked car with her car. There was no damage.
Some information was exchanged but the caller wanted the information
Tuesday September 20, 2011
9:15am MEDICAL EMERGENCY
at the Stow Acres Country Club requested an ambulance for an individual
with chest pains. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An ambulance
transported the patient to the hospital.
5:16pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller reported that she received a
message on her cell phone from her credit card company at 2:15 in the
morning and 2 more from a restricted number, a short time later. When
she called to follow up with the card company they informed her that no
fraudulent activity was found. The caller was suspicious and wanted the
7:06pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT
A caller from Boxboro Road reported that
he was traveling behind an erratic driver. The Police responded. The
driver was located and stopped. There was no impairment observed. The
driver did drop his phone and lean over to pick it up, which may have
caused him to swerve. All was OK.
Wednesday September 21, 2011
A caller from
Gleasondale Road reported that she found many items that did not belong
to her on her property. The Police responded to take possession of the
5:26pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
A caller at the Delaney Project reported that 2 men, one of which was
wearing fatigues and carrying a bow and arrow, walked onto the path
toward the dam. The Police responded to check the area. No one was
A caller reported that he lost a large sum of money either in Hudson or
Stow. He was wondering if anyone reported it. The information was
|Thursday September 22, 2011
1:57pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
walk-in from Sawmill Road reported that someone left a large covered
barrel on her property. The Police responded. A small empty canvas bag
was found inside the barrel. The bag was put out with the caller’s
A caller from Circuit Drive reported that dogs were
barking at a home down the street. The Animal Control Officer
responded. No dogs were heard. All was OK.
7:35pm SERVE PUBLIC
caller on Tuttle Lane reported that several computer monitors were left
on the side of the road. The Police responded to remove the monitors.
Friday September 23, 2011
The Fire Department
responded to an alarm on Boxboro Road. There was smoke found inside the
home, which was caused by a faulty oil burner. The burner was shut down
and the home was vented and secured. An officer and a rescue worker
were taken to the hospital for carbon monoxide exposure.
A man was arrested for driving with a suspended license.
Saturday September 24, 2011
2:50pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY
caller at the Fire Academy requested an ambulance for an individual
with a heat related injury. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. The
patient refused further medical attention.
Sunday September 25, 2011
A caller from Warren Road reported that his car was vandalized sometime the night before. The information was logged.
caller from Wildwood Road reported that a skunk was under his porch.
The Animal Control Officer was notified. The caller was advised to
either wait for the skunk to leave or to call an exterminator.