Boylston Police Log.
The following is a sampling of the Boylston police log. During the week of Nov. 22 through 27, officers responded to six alarms, three motor vehicle accidents and logged 103 building checks. The ambulance was dispatched eight times.
Monday, Nov. 22
10:10 a.m., an officer responded to Manor Park, on Greenwood Street, for a report of littering.
3:35 p.m., a resident walked into the Police Station, on Main Street, to report the loss of a wallet and firearms identification card while in Pennsylvania.
Tuesday, Nov. 23
11:31 a.m., an officer responded to Cross Street for the report of two suspicious males on foot. All set; painters working in the area out for a walk.
Wednesday, Nov. 24
12:51 a.m., an officer responded to an audible alarm at the Cyprian Keyes garage, on East Temple Street. All appeared secure. Key holder notified.
1:16 a.m., officers and an ambulance responded to Old Orchard Circle for a 911 call reporting a vehicle that hit a stone wall. No injuries; vehicle had heavy front end damage.
2:35 p.m., an officer responded to Edgebrook Drive in response to calls from two drivers complaining about the other driving recklessly. The event was escalating into possible road rage.
Thursday, Nov. 25
1:36 a.m., an officer and firefighters responded to Linden Street for a stove hood that was sparking and smoking, unable to turn off. Unit disconnected from electricity.
11:01 a.m., one parent involved in a scheduled custody exchange at the police station did not show up to pick up children for the holiday.
Friday, Nov. 26
5:20 p.m., an officer assisted West Boylston police with a domestic dispute on Oxford Street.
9:26 p.m., an officer responded to Maple Way for a suspicious vehicle parked at an unoccupied house. Home was vacant. Keys and cell phone were in unlocked vehicle. Unable to reach registered owner.
11:17 p.m., officers responded to Shrewsbury Street for a motor vehicle hit-and-run with no injuries. Gray or silver four-door sedan pulled from Sewall onto Route 140 and kept going after striking caller. Unable to locate vehicle. Notified West Boylston and Clinton police.
Saturday, Nov. 27
10:23 a.m., a walk-in to the Police Station turned in a laptop that she found Nov. 22 on Paul X. Tivnan Drive.
1:23 p.m., officers and an ambulance responded to Central Street for a two-car accident with injuries. One transported to the hospital. One vehicle towed.
2 p.m., an officer responded to Main Street for a report of wires pulled off a house.
10:27 p.m., officers responded to Rocky Pond Road for a domestic dispute involving use of a vehicle. All was resolved. Person OK'd to use vehicle.