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Police Log: June 28 to July 4, 2022

In the past week police made 11 motor vehicle stops; three resulted in verbal warnings and eight in written warnings or citations. Officers also checked on two disabled motor vehicles, issued or renewed one firearm permit, and responded to two false burglar alarms. The Ambulance Service was called to two medical emergencies and took two people to the hospital, both with Advanced Life Support services in attendance.

Tuesday, June 28
At 6:20 a.m. a 911 caller reported hearing some kind of explosion near Barba’s Point on Bare Hill Pond. Police investigated but found nothing and concluded the noise was probably fireworks. At 4:25 p.m. a caller complained about motorized minibikes speeding on West Bare Hill Road; soon afterward the same caller reported someone had fired a BB gun. Police found no one in the area linked to either complaint. At 11:46 p.m. a 911 caller said someone was setting off fireworks in the East Bare Hill Road neighborhood.

Wednesday, June 29
At 2:22 p.m. a caller told police a dog was shut in a car on Ayer Road and was panting in the heat. Police checked and found the car parked in shade with its windows open, and the dog appeared all right. At 2:58 p.m. someone called from Oak Hill Road about a person who appeared to be canvassing the area. And at 4:27 p.m. a Cleaves Hill Road resident called 911 about an unfamiliar red car in the caller’s driveway; it seemed to be the same canvasser.

Thursday, June 30
At 2:50 p.m. the industrious canvasser’s red car was reported on Pinnacle Road; the driver was working for Trinity Solar. At 8:28 p.m. a Bolton Road resident told police an unknown person was leaving unwanted gifts at the resident’s home; police are investigating.

Friday, July 1
At 6:09 a.m. a caller reported an injured deer on Interstate 495 southbound, and state police were notified. At 8:35 p.m. police received word of trespassers at the Oak Ridge Observatory on Pinnacle Road. Officers found a car parked there and saw signs of new vandalism. The trespassers had hidden and did not respond to police calls to come out, so the officers waited at the entrance and intercepted them as they left. The two males—one adult, one juvenile—were both from Southbridge. They had a BB gun rifle, a BB gun pistol, and an illegal knife, and police say they had been shooting out windows in the observatory building. They face charges for trespassing, vandalism, and having a dangerous weapon.

Saturday, July 2
At 9:30 p.m. police were again alerted to possible trespassers at the observatory, but this time someone was bringing seismological equipment for use there.

Sunday, July 3
At 7:11 a.m. a 911 caller told police a mob of emus was loose on Poor Farm Road. Emus average between 5 and 6 feet tall, may weigh more than 80 pounds, and can kick with their large-clawed feet. One bird chased an officer back to the cruiser, but all the emus were eventually rounded up and returned home. At 11:12 a.m. an officer noticed a warning light blinking at the railroad crossing on Still River Depot Road and reported it to PanAm, which operates the freight line. At 11:21 a.m. someone called 911 to say a turtle was stuck in the middle of Littleton Road; police say the turtle was helped safely across. At 2:25 p.m. a Stow Road resident called 911 with suspicions about three youths on bikes, saying one appeared to have a gun; police found no one matching their description in the area. At 9:35 p.m. and again at 10:21 p.m. police received complaints about fireworks, the first at Willard Lane and the second at Peninsula Road.

Monday, July 4
At 8:12 p.m. a 911 caller reported fireworks in the area of Warren Avenue; police searched the area but found no one. At 9:07 p.m. someone complained about cars parked along the side of Still River Road. At 10:11 p.m. police received several 911 calls from the Fruitlands parking lot where two drivers got into a fight during the traffic jam after the fireworks. Callers expressed concern for the safety of children in the area. Police were on the scene, and peace was restored.

The police log is written by a Harvard Press reporter based on information gleaned from daily police logs and interviews with police staff. Decisions to publish or withhold the names of people arrested will be based on our need to balance the privacy of individuals with our responsibility to report news of significance.

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