Oct. 23, 11:32 a.m. – A woman on Stillwater Drive reported a suspicious call from a telemarketer saying she needed a security system.
She was particularly disturbed since her purse was recently stolen.
An officer dispatched to talk to the woman advised that the woman enter her name on the Do Not Call registry and ignore further calls from that number in the meantime.
Oct. 23, 9:31 p.m. – A man from Florida now living on Brick Kiln Road called police after his firearm accidentally discharged while he was cleaning it. Although he thought the gun was unloaded, there was still a round in the chamber that ricocheted into a mirror.
The man told the officers that he is a government employee and thought his Florida firearms license was good in Massachusetts, which the officers dispatched to the call tell him is incorrect.
From there, the firearm and related magazines owned by the man were seized, and the officers advised that the firearm would be held at the station until he obtained a Massachusetts license.
Nov. 6, 1:46 p.m. – A couple on Dalton Road came to the Police station to report their neighbor was dumping leaves, logs and rocks on their lawn.
The officer they talked to said he would ask the neighbor to stop.