Tuesday, June 19
A.M. 12:42, Main street, Ayer, mutual aid, Fire Dept.; 1:17, still River Road and General Store, suspicious persons; 2:06 to 3:42, town-wide, police conducted building and grounds checks; 2:42, Ayer Road, parked motor vehicle; 8:50, Littleton Road, request to speak to police officer, complaint about noisy construction at neighbor's home, caller was advised that reasonable commotion is not illegal if work is done during business hours; 9:03, Ohlin Lane, Fire Dept. inspection service.
P.M. 12:54, Oak Hill Road, fire alarm; 12:54, Old Littleton Road, summons service; 1:07, Fairbanks Street, fire alarm; 2:16, Still River Road and Willard lane, traffic stop; 2:30, Pinnacle and Old Littleton roads, found keys, returned to owner; 3:09, Littleton County and Oak Hill roads, erratic motor vehicle operation, caller was concerned that motor cycle rider was operating with hands in his pockets; 6:19, town-wide, vacation property checks; 7:12, police station, found wallet turned in, owner claimed it; 8:26, police station, general services, resident was worried when her husband was late coming home, but she later contacted him; 8:28, Pond Road and Warrren Avenue, buildings, schools and grounds checked; 8:43, Pond road, suspicious activity; 11:13, Pinnacle Road, buildings and grounds checked; 11:18, schools, town beach and library checked; 11:19, south side of town, building and grounds checks complete; 11:53, Prospect Hill road, motor vehicle versus deer
Wednesday, June 20
A.M. 12:39, Ayer Road, parked motor vehicle; 12:45, same; 1:14 to 3:08, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 1:33, Still River Road and General Store, parked vehicle; 7:18, Poor Farm Road, traffic stop; 7:45, Bolton Road, medical, request for lift assistance, ambulance transport to Nashoba Valley Medical Center, Ayer; 8:38, town-wide, vacation checks; 10:43, Depot Road and Ryan land playing field, open door.
P.M. 1:01, Cover Road, animal complaint, man seeking advice after he was bitten by neighbor's dog, sought medical attention on his own, ACO notified; 2:19, Still River Road, fire alarm; 6:51 to 11:40, town-wide, building and grounds checks.
Thursday, June 21
A.M. 12:49, Still River Road and General Store, dog complaint, two stray Labrador retrievers, gone on arrival; 1:09, Still River Road and General Store, suspicious persons; 1:25 to 2:59, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 2:10, Ayer Road, suspicious activity; 2:25, Ayer Road and Dunkin Donuts, parked motor vehicle; 5:36, Ayer Road, vandalism, destruction of property; 6:50, Littleton County Road and Mass Avenue, suspicious motor vehicle; 9:31, Shaker Road, Fire Dept. inspection service; 10:58, Lancaster County Road, welfare check; 11:10, Abbott Lane, burglary reported.
P.M. 12:50, Shaker Road, Fire Dept. inspection service; 1:10, police station, request to speak to officer; 4:18, Depot Road, motor vehicle accident with property damage; 4:40, Bolton Road, residential alarm; 7:13, Bolton Road, ambulance call, life assist only; 8:30, Burroughs Road, Boxborough, portable breathalyzer device loaned to other police; 11:39, Lancaster County Road and McCurdy track, building and grounds checks; 11:52, north side of town, same.
Friday, June 22
A.M. 2:26 to 3:50, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 2:46, Ayer Road, parked motor vehicle; 8:47, Bolton Road, medical, ambulance transported male to Leominster Hospital with ALS on board; 9:02, Old Littleton Road, welfare check; 10:43, Shaker Road Fire Dept. inspection service.
P.M. 1:10, South Shaker Road, welfare check; 1:18, South Shaker Road, parked motor vehicle; 11:47, south side of town, building and grounds checks; 11:47, north side, same.
Saturday, June 23
A.M. 1:34, Still River Road and General Store, parked motor vehicle; 1:40 to 3:46, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 9:13, Still River Road, general police service, caller seeking advice about ring stuck on her finger, she went to the hospital on her own; 9:47, Old Littleton Road, E-911 hang up call referred by state police; 10:24, Ayer Road and Dunkin Donuts, request to speak to police officer; 10:32, Old Littleton Road, red cloth wallet lost, possibly at Unitarian Church; 11:10, Ayer and Still River roads, traffic control, bicycle ride; 11:49, Depot Road, Fire Dept. call.
P.M. 8:19, Trail Ridge Way, Fire Dept. call, alarm issue; 9:25, Still River Road, traffic stop; 9:33, Ayer Road and Dunkin Donuts, burglar alarm; 9:48, north side of town, building and grounds checks; 10:32, Madigan Lane, medical, male transported by ambulance to Emerson Hospital, Concord; 10:43, Prospect Hill road, medical, call referred to Ayer ambulance, with ALS; 11:17, Still River Road, traffic stop, tow, expired motor vehicle registration, verbal warning.
Sunday, June 24
A.M. 12:54 to 2:03, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 12:56, Still River Road and General Store, parked vehicle; 7:40, Littleton Ma and Fire Dept., training, controlled burn; 9:05, Old Littleton Road, checked area for power outage, blown fuse on utility pole, National Grid notified; 9:38, Pond Road and town beach, parked boat trailer; 10:25, Eldridge Road, gun shots heard, neighbor disturbed by sportsman shooting on his own property, the activity was legal, however; 10:56, Mass Avenue, police stand-by, car club ride through town; 11:41, Mass Avenue and Woodchuck Hill Road, disabled motor vehicle, owner called for Triple-A roadside assistance.
P.M. 6:30, Mettacommett Path, parking complaint; 9:27, Mass Avenue and Pond Road, schools, town beach and library checked; 9:49, Bellevue cemetery and overlook, building and grounds checks; 10:18 to 10:41, town-wide, same; 11:22, Mass Avenue and Bromfield School, motor vehicle parked at tennis court, information noted.
Monday, June 25
A.M. 1:25 to 2:52, town-wide, building and grounds checks; 2:00, Ayer Road, parked motor vehicle; 8:53, Slough Road, E-911 hang up call; 10:00, Depot Road, Fire Dept. call, smell of smoke after lightning strike, nothing found; 11:40, Shaker Road, Fire Dept. inspection service, blasting.
P.M. 2:50, Ayer Road, suspicious motor vehicle, caller reported vehicle driving around house, said driver took pictures then sped off, Sgt. Coates said he knew who it was; 3:00, Madigan Lane, suspicious vehicle, traffic stop; 7:25, Bolton Road, missing vehicle, house sitter reported vehicle missing from the home, police to contact owner to find out if they knew it was gone to confirm if it was borrowed or might have been stolen; 10:24, Shaker Road, mailbox vandalism; 10:55 to 11:45, town-wide, building and grounds checks.