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Sterling Police Log.

Monday, March 26

10:49 a.m.: Pratts Junction Road, larceny from a business.

3:34 p.m.: Leominster Road, an agent from U.S. Homeland Security requesting information about a former town employee.

4:42 p.m.: Princeton Road, multiple calls of a motor vehicle accident with severe damage to the car; two vehicles have extensive fluid spills, two people were transported to Pikes Hill.

5 p.m.: Redemption Rock Trail and Leominster Road, motor vehicle accident, car is on its side; no injuries were reported.

9:02 p.m.: Meetinghouse Hill Road, man walking up and down the hill trying to flag down cars; nothing was found in the area.

Tuesday, March 27

12:14 p.m.: Redemption Rock Trail, theft of copper from cell tower site.

5:06 p.m.: Justice Hill Cut-off Road, request for removal of an unwanted individual at the property.

7:30 p.m.: Still River Road, dog bite; person does not need an ambulance, but wants the dog removed. The animal control officer reports that the chihuahua mix will need to be put down after a 10-day quarantine.

9:15 p.m.: Worcester Road, ex-husband has been sending harassing texts and calling all night long; Bellingham Police communicated with the ex-husband for Sterling.

Wednesday, March 28

8:40 a.m.: Lucas Road, two loose dogs.

8:57 a.m.: Fox Run Road, and Redemption Rock Trail, white van parked at the end of Fox Run for a while with person inside, then seen on Birch Street; he was doing work at residence and was confused on directions.

3:59 p.m.: John Christian Way, an officer was with a vehicle near some scrap metal; two persons had drilling pipes and other metal in bed of truck. They said they had an agreement to scrap the metal and give owner 50 percent. The owner was contacted and does not know them and never gave permission to remove any items from the area. He had several thousand dollars worth of metal stolen over the winter. A warrant for their arrest was issued.

4 p.m.: Worcester Road, a strange vehicle backed up to the sand pit near the garage. It was one of the light department vehicles being acquired for the use of the water department.

4:46 p.m.: Swett Hill Road, a restraining order was served.

5:30 p.m.: Newell Hill Road, a male was hiding behind a telephone pole and once youths got into the house, he ran down the street. A child had a photo of him on his iPod; he appears to be a homeless man. The officer was informed that there's a tent in the area of Wyman Road. Officer later said it does not appear anyone is staying at the camp site.

5:34 p.m.: Leominster Road, person received a voice mail from someone claiming to be an attorney, who said she will be arrested by tomorrow if she doesn't pay back her loan. The area code of the phone number was California.

Thursday, March 29

7:48 a.m.: Princeton Road, man to speak with an officer about a fencing issue with neighbor; civil complaint services were given.

9:16 a.m.: Albright Road, a large black pick-up truck with windows blacked out drove up and down the street several times; did not locate the vehicle.

4:41 p.m.: Newell Hill Road, person was walking toward the railroad tracks, it may possibly be the homeless man; he walked fast down the tracks after the cruiser went through. The area will be checked through the night.

Friday, March 30

10:27 a.m.: School Street, a check received for more than was required from someone off Craig's List. The person was told to cash the check and return the difference through the shipping company. The person was assisted by an officer.

12:34 p.m.: Sunset Drive, resident is very upset about sand removal in the area; she was unable to get a hold of anyone at the DPW. She will try the DPW again, as this is not a police matter.

3:51 p.m.: Newell Hill Road, a vehicle is further down the tracks; it was a person doing a water sample test for an engineering company.

5:15 p.m.: Lakeshore Drive, found terrier with collar, but no tag; call transferred to animal control.

6:51 p.m.: Rowley Hill Road, car hit a pole; person refused ambulance services.

10:09 p.m.: Rugg Road, daughter has a friend sleeping over who keeps getting phone calls from a male person saying inappropriate things.

Saturday, March 31

7:58 a.m.: Northeast Boulevard, male would like two people removed from his workplace; they were gone on arrival.

7:52 p.m.: Worcester Road, a driver struck a deer, which ran into the woods.

10:05 p.m.: Boutelle Road, a group of teenagers in the area of Griffin Road at the track and in the dugout, shouted at a woman to get out of there as she was walking on the track. She believes they were smoking pot and have set off firecrackers and done graffiti at the dugout.

Sunday, April 1

8:27 a.m.: Newell Hill Road, vandalism, window was shot out with a ball bearing.

11:52 a.m.: Leominster Road, person is turning in ammunition at the lobby.

12:43 p.m.: North Cove Road, vehicle off the road into a ditch, occupied by two people; AAA is on the way.

3:25 p.m.: Leominster Road, a former employee was seen by the bartender in the beer cooler and rummaging around.

4:28 p.m.: Waushacum Avenue, a motor vehicle sped down the hill catching air; children were doing an Easter egg hunt, and person would like to speak with an officer. No match was found for the plate.

6:02 p.m.: Mortimer Road, a Rottweiler has gotten loose, has a collar, but no tag; the call was transferred to animal control.
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Date:Apr 6, 2012
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