The latest logs from the Southborough Police Department (via Facebook) are posted below. I also wanted to pass along a warning from Northborough Police about a scam in which a woman goes door-to-door asking for money saying her son’s car broke down and she needs a tow. You can read more about it in Northborough Patch.
Monday, June 11, 2012
- 1:09 am – Officers recovered a stolen motor vehicle found behind a Turnpike Road business.
- 8:59 am – Officers responded to Chestnut Hill Road for a report of an escaped calf running in the roadway.
- 2:25 pm – An officer conducted an inspection of a child safety seat installation.
- 5:38 pm – Officers responded to a Coslin Road business for a medical, person not breathing.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
- 7:14 pm – Officers followed up on a broken window found at a school located on Richards Road.
- 9:10 am – The station received a call from a resident on Deerfoot Road, stating they observed a coyote in their back yard.
- 12:08 pm – Officers were dispatched to John Matthews Road for a suspicious male walking. Male was identified as a solicitor in town who was properly registered.
- 1:02 pm – Officers responded to Admirals Lane for a suspicious act (open door at residence) reported by a National Grid worker.
- 3:44 pm – An officer responded to Winter Street for report of cars parked illegally.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
- 2:09 pm – Follow up by officer for Larceny by Check, at a Turnpike Road business.
- 4:41 pm – Officers responded to Oregon Road for a medical.
- 5:14 pm – A Northboro Road business had a 9-1-1 accidental call.
- 6:42 pm – Reported domestic incident at a Turnpike Road Business. The person was charged with Domestic Assault and Battery.
- 9:02 pm – A large object in the roadway at Boston Road and Framingham Road was reported by a passing motorist. Officer removed a large bag of yard debris.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
- 1:24 am – A speeding citation was issued on Turnpike Road to a Chelsea, MA resident.
- 11:02 am – An officer followed up on a report of larceny by check at a Turnpike Road business.
- 2:19 pm – A Marlboro Road resident reports a possible telephone scam.
- 3:27 hrs-A resident of Latisquama Road reports that a dump truck just drove down the street. Latisquama Road is truck exclusion route.
- 6:41 pm – A speeding citation was issued on Chestnut Hill Road to an Ashland resident.
- 7:23 pm – Caller from Woodland Road reports that there is a loose pit bull in the neighborhood, the animal control officer was notified.
- 9:20 pm – Officers responded to a residence on Boston Road for a well being check.
- 9:47 pm – A motorist reported that there was a motor vehicle swerving all over Pine Hill Road. Negative findings.
- 10:23 pm – Marlboro Police Department called Southborough Police Department to say that they receive a 9-1-1 call from a resident on White Bagley Road. Officers responded and confirmed it to be accidental.
- 11:13 pm – Officers responded to an alarm call to a Turnpike Road restaurant.
Friday, June 15, 2012
- 1:22 am – A citation was issued to a North Chelmsford, MA resident for a motor vehicle violation on Turnpike Road at White Bagley.
- 2:08 am – Officers checked on suspicious person sitting in a car at a Turnpike Road business. Everything checked ok.
- 2:27 am – Officers investigated several people in the lot of a Turnpike Road gas station. One of the parties involved was transported back the station to make his own arrangements for pick-up.
- 8:32 am – A Hopkinton resident reports a hit and run involving her vehicle occurred on Cordaville Road at Rockpoint Road.
- 9:11 am – A Multi-Motor Vehicle Accident was reported on Turnpike Road West by the reservoir. The crash was investigated and no injuries were reported.
- 11:31 am – A Walnut Drive resident reports a coyote in their back yard.
- 1:55 pm – A Middle Road resident reports harassing telephone calls. Investigated.
- 2:20 pm – Officers responded to a possible medical at the MBTA Station. Officers report that the individual in question was injured from the night before and had already received medical attention.
- 3:42 pm – A Marlboro resident came to the station to report that a stolen credit card may have been used in Southborough.
- 3:58 pm – A Turnpike Road business manager reports possible marijuana use in the parking lot.
- 5:41 pm – Officers and Southborough Fire department responded to a dumpster fire at a Granuaile Road residence.
- 8:37 pm – Resident reports vandalism to a town owned ball field storage container on Cordaville Road.
- 9:15 pm – Massachusetts State Police transferred a 9-1-1 call to Southborough Police. On call-back, it was determined that the call came from a Marlboro residence. The call was then transferred to Marlboro Police Department.
- 10:36 pm – Assist Marlboro Police with an erratic operator near the town border. Negative findings.
Saturday, June 16, 2012
- 2:03 am – Officers responded to an abandoned 9-1-1 call from a school on Marlboro Road. Checked ok.
- 6:01 am – Alarm came in from a Turnpike Road gas station, turned out to be employee error.
- 9:24 am – A Joslin Lane resident reports finding a small purse in the roadway. Upon investigation, drug paraphernalia was found inside. No identification was found. Item was taken back to station to be logged and destroyed.
- 12:14 pm – A hit and run was reported to have happened on Turnpike Road at Central Street.
- 1:04 pm – An officer assisted in getting a flock of geese across Turnpike Road safely.
- 4:18 pm – Officers responded at the request of an Oak Hill Road resident to have the government census taker removed from his property.
- 4:50 pm – A resident of Parkerville Road reports that there are illegally parked vehicles at Mooney Field.
- 6:06 pm – An officer removed a mailbox from Framingham Road, appears to have been knocked down.
- 6:08 pm – Officer reports a stop sign has been knocked over at the intersection of Cordaville Road and Turnpike Road. Mass Highway was notified.
- 10:08 pm – Officer responded to a 9-1-1 accidental to a residence on Main Street.
- 10:14 pm – A Hilltop Drive resident reports that there are motor vehicles blocking the roadway.