Tuesday, June 12
A.M. 12:44, Sherry Road, residential burglary; 1:46 to 3:45, town-wide, police conducted building and grounds checks; 7:35, Ayer Road, commercial burglar alarm; 8:33, Clinton District Court, prisoner transport; 8:33, Fairbanks Street, school zone traffic control.
P.M. 2:44, Sherry Road and Boxborough town line, stolen tool bag found; 3:06, Clinton Shore Drive, request to speak to officer, neighbor dispute over a cat; 6:35, Warren Avenue, missing man located; 7:12, Ayer Road and Dunkin Donuts, traffic stop; 7:14, Route 2E, parked motor vehicle; 9:53, north side of town, building and grounds checks.
Wednesday, June 13
A.M. 1:24 to 3:14, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 2:14, Ayer Road, parked motor vehicle; 8:42, Fairbanks Street, school traffic; 8:50, Stow Road, residential burglar alarm; 9:05, Still River Road, Fire Dept. inspection service; 9:43, Old Littleton Road, welfare check; 10:31, police station, request to speak to officer, woman hired to clean local home was concerned about employer's theft accusations, she wanted to go on record with police that she had not stolen anything in case a report was filed later; 11:53, Pond Road and library, past vandalism.
P.M. 12:48, Mass Avenue, medical, ambulance transported woman to Nashoba Valley Medical Center, Ayer, with ALS on board, school took temporary charge of her children; 2:26, Poor Farm Road, dog complaint, past bite reported, woman went to Emerson Hospital, Concord,
Thursday, June 14
A.M. 3:07 to 4:14, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 8:25, Fairbanks Street, school traffic; 9:36, West Bare Hill Road, medical, ambulance transport to Emerson Hospital with ALS on board; 11:07, Old Littleton Road, threats to kill; 11:07, Old Littleton Road, larceny.
P.M. 2:44, Still River Road, Fire Dept. inspection service; 7:00, Park Lane, medical, ambulance call, patient refusal; 7:22, Stow Road and Hillcrest Drive, suspicious activity, motor vehicles parked two hours, gone on arrival; 7:59, Stow Road, ACO call, ongoing issue with barking dog, number of complaints being tracked by police; 9:07 to 11:46, town-wide, building and grounds checks.
Friday, June 15
A.M. 1:25 to 3:23, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 2:24, Still River Road, suspicious motor vehicles; 3:14, Pinnacle Road, suspicious activity, lights noted in seismology facility at Oak Hill Observatory, building and site checked and secure; 6:35, Prospect Hill Road, traffic stop; 8:18, Stow Road, medical, Boxborough ambulance transported patient to Emerson Hospital, town ambulance crew out on training exercise; 8:29, Fairbanks Street, school traffic; 10:32, Prospect Hill Road, commercial burglar alarm.
P.M. 2:36, Bolton and Barton roads, traffic stop; 2:44, Pinnacle Road, building and grounds check; 2:44, Shaker Road, residential alarm; 6:04, Fairbanks Street, speeding complaint, caller provided registration, police contacted owner of vehicle about it; 6:41, Westcott Road, residential alarm; 10:08, Still River and West Bare Hill roads, reported disabled motor vehicle; 10:34 to 11:24, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 10:39, Mass Avenue and school, traffic stop; 11:29, Mass Avenue and elementary school, suspicious persons.
Saturday, June 16
A.M. 1:20 to 3:34, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 8:30, Finn Road, report of tree limb blocking road; 10:21, Bolton Road, Lost and Found, address book turned in, as of Tuesday, June 19, it was still at police station; 11:22, Ayer Road, general police call about arranging handicapped parking space; 11:27, East Bare Hill Road, past suspicious activity, caller reported late night pranksters yanked door pull and ran off laughing; 11:50, Still River Road, traffic stop.
P.M. 12:48, Finn Road, duffle bag lost on Old Littleton Road, orange and black EMS; 2:12, Brown Road, e-mail scam, Western Union wire fraud reported (story on page one); 10:05, Prospect Hill road medical emergency.
Sunday, June 17
A.M. 1:40, Pond Road, parked motor vehicles; 1:42 to 2:16, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 2:23, Abbott Lane, residential alarm; 9:31, Mass Avenue and elementary school, burglar alarm reported; 7:40, Mass Avenue and Fairbanks Street, schools, town beach and library checked; 11:14 to 11:23, town-wide, building and grounds checks.
Monday, June 18
A.M. 2:33 to 3:16, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 8:15, Lancaster County Road, commercial burglar alarm; 8:24, Fairbanks Street, school traffic.
P.M. 1:35, police station, request to speak to officer about protection order; 5:27, police station, request to speak to police officer, mailbox encased in cement knocked over, $25 damage; 6:24, Tahanto Trail, ACO call, loose horses, owner rounded them up; 8:12, Slough Road, suspicious activity, solicitors, selling school books, they had spoken to police but caller thought it was a late hour for them to be knocking on doors; 8:23, Pinnacle Road, parked vehicle; 8:41 to 10:51, town-wide, building and grounds checks.