Oct. 3, 4:24 p.m. - Officers arrived at a hotel for to deal with an uncooperative man inside of a seminar occurring within the building.
The instructor of the seminar asked one of the attendees to leave when he became disruptive, but the attendee did not leave and made it impossible to teach the seminar to other students.
Police found the attendee, who was upset with the instructor, saying he was “treated like a child” and was singled out and the instructor would not provide contact information for his superiors so the attendee could complain about how he was treated.
Another attendee confirmed that story, saying at one point the instructor wanted to put a “dunce cap” on the man who was upset.
Oct. 3, 8:38 a.m. – Police were dispatched to a building on North Road for reports of a suspicious vehicle with New Jersey license plates.
The operator of the vehicle was tracked down and it was discovered that he was a private investigator and did not check in with the police department.
Oct. 3, 7:14 p.m. – An individual came into the lobby of the Chelmsford Police Department station lobby to report a road rage incident the day before.
According to that individual, the incident occurred at the corner of Dalton Road and Sylvan Avenue. She said she was traveling east on Smith Street where a pickup truck came out of a driveway, turning onto Stedman Street.
This woman was traveling behind this truck until it turned on Delwood Street. She continued on Stedman until turning onto Sylvan, with the man eventually cutting in front of her at the corner of Sylvan and Dalton.
He began to yell at her about her speed, saying he was a cop and would give her a ticket. She responded with an obscene gesture and the two continued to verbally spar until the truck left.
Later, an officer met with the truck owner, who denied being involved in the incident.