By Ann Needle
Excerpts from the Bolton Police Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine guilt or innocence until proven in court.
Monday, June 30, 2014
8:17 am: EMTs were called to Harvard Road. Patient was transported to Clinton Hospital.
9:49 am: Police investigated a burglar alarm triggered at an Oak Trail residence. The housekeeper had accidentally set it off.
10:09 am: A mailbox at 339 Berlin Rd. was reported as damaged.
1:06 pm: EMTs were called to Manor Road for a young person with an ongoing health issue. No transport was needed.
3:58 pm: Police investigated a burglar alarm set off at Bolton Public Library. It was accidentally triggered by a custodian.
09:29 pm: Police were called to investigate possible vandalism at a home on Sugar Rd. Police determined it simply was an issue with the garage door.
ANNOYING PHONE CALL
9:48 pm: A caller from Brown Road reported receiving threatening text messages from an ex-girlfriend.
11:34 pm: A resident of Seven Teele Road reported a bat in the basement. The animal control officer relocated the critter.
July 1, 2014
5:47 am: A traffic citation was issued at Bolton Orchards, 119 Main St., to a 2013 Jeep Wrangler.
6:09 am: A traffic citation was issued at 1070 Main St. to a 2004 Subaru Legacy.
10:33 am: The Fire Dept. responded to an alarm on Nourse Rd. The alarm was triggered by an illegal brush fire.
1:49 pm: Townsend Police reported that a resident in that town received a text from a teenage friend in Bolton, threatening to commit suicide. Bolton Police successfully tracked down the Bolton teen’s family for assistance.
1:58 pm: EMTs were called to South Bolton Road. An elderly female was transported to Marlborough Hospital.
3:23 pm: An officer was summoned to 20 Wheeler Rd., where a driver complained he was almost run off the road and threatened by the driver of a construction vehicle. Police located the construction vehicle and its driver. After speaking with both drivers, the police determined no threats were made.
5:34 pm: Onstar reported a vehicle accident at the intersection of Routes 117 and 495. EMTs responded, but no one was injured and no transport required. However, police issued a citation to the vehicle determined to be at fault.
July 2, 2014
12:21 pm: EMTs and police were called to a Long Hill Road residence, where officers freed an adult and child from a locked bathroom. No transport was needed.
3:09 pm: Police issued a citation near 933 Main St.
4:38 pm: Police issued a citation near 808 Main St., to a 2013 Nissan Altima.
4:41 pm: Police issued a citation near 200 Forbush Mill Rd., to a 2011 GMC Yukon.
5:25 pm: Police issued a citation near Nashoba Regional High School, to a 2011 Chevy Camaro.
5:47 pm: Police issued a citation near 808 Main St., to a 2006 Ford Mustang, for not having registration.
7:30 pm: Police issued a citation near 903 Main St., to a 2005 Toyota Highlander.
7:58 pm: Police issued a citation near 1200 Main St., to a 2005 Subaru Legacy.
9:30 pm: Police issued a citation near 600 Main St., to a 2006 Kia.
10:21 pm: Officers checked on a party reported to be unconscious in the Public Safety Bldg. parking lot. The person was taking a nap.
10:28 pm: Police issued a citation near 207 Berlin Rd., to a 1994 BMW.
July 3, 2014
6:27 am: Police issued a citation near 697 Main St., to a 2005 Honda Accord for not having registration.
6:35 am: Police issued a citation near 1200 Main St., to a 2007 Ford F150.
11:34 am: The Senior Center reported it had not seen a regular client in a few days. Police searched the client’s home and located his daughter’s phone number. The daughter reported the client was in the hospital.
2:14 pm: A Harvard Rd. man reported $12,000 in fraudulent checks had been written against his account. The police are continuing to investigate.
5:12 pm: Police issued a citation near 194 Sampson Rd.
5:23 pm: EMTs were called to Rte. 495N near exit 28. The injured person refused transport.
July 4, 2014
10:05 am: Police issued a citation near 450 Main St., to a 2013 Subaru Outback.
10:20 am: Police issued a citation near 450 Main St., to a 2010 Lexus.
July 5, 2014
12:38 am: Residents on Quail Run Road reported a vehicle ran over two lawns.
5:06 pm: EMTs were called to Nashoba Valley Winery for an elderly customer who was feeling ill. The customer refused transport after being checked over.
6:53 pm: A resident on Fox Run Road reported a vehicle ran over the lawns of about five homes.
July 6, 2014
3:32 pm: EMTs were called to Nashoba Valley Winery for a 27-year-old woman who was feeling ill. The woman refused transport.