Sept. 18, 7:14 p.m. - Upon arrival at a home on Glen Avenue, two officers were greeted with what was described as what sounded like objects being thrown and glass breaking on the floor. While the officers knocked on the door, the residents of the home did not answer the door until the officers identified themselves as police and demanded to enter the premises. Upon entering the home, one of the officers asked what was going on, with the man who answered the door saying he was the only person in the home at the time and he was just trying to organize his apartment due to complaints from his landlord, the Fire Department and the Board of Health on the deplorable living conditions in the unit. He went on to explain that the noises were just him throwing things from one part of the apartment to another during the cleaning. The officers requested to the man that he refrain from making so much noise due to complaints from neighbors, with the man saying he would comply.
Sept. 25, 9:38 a.m. - An officer was dispatched to Housatonic Avenue for reports of a car break in.
Approximately $20 was taken from a Volvo, which had been left unlocked, but nothing else had been stolen.
Sept. 25, 3:36 p.m. - A woman who had just left a gas station in North Chelmsford called police, saying that the gas station attendant on duty allegedly had been "grunting" at teenage girls, also offering to give them rides and cigarettes, both of which were turned down by the girls.
Officers met the cashier, who said he works from noon to 9 p.m. at the station, and informed him of the allegations, which he denied.
The officers advised him that if he indeed was acting in that manner that it "would be wise to stop" and he reiterated that he did not act that way toward anyone.