Nov. 3, 7:23 p.m. – An officer was dispatched for a report of loud music at an apartment on Chelmsford Street.
Upon arriving at the apartment, the officer could not hear any noise. The officer met with the resident who the complaint was lodged against, who had a television with music on, but the officer said that the music he heard was not inappropriately loud for the time of day.
Still, the officer asked the resident to be mindful of her neighborhoods. She complied, saying she believed the neighbors were retaliating for complaints about a business the neighbors were operating out of their home.
The neighbor who reported the noise said that the woman had been running around and banging things.
Nov. 4, 11:25 a.m. – A “sick skunk” reportedly bit someone on Summit Avenue. No further information was available.
Nov. 5, 9:38 p.m. – Police were dispatched to a business on Stuart Street after a threat made by an employee earlier in the evening.
At approximately 5:30, the employee called a female co-worker a swear word in Spanish, with his manager saying that any further comparable language would result in termination.
The employee, who did not speak English, then confronted the female co-worker again and he was terminated on the spot, with the employee then telling the female co-worker in Spanish that he would come back later that evening, threatening to murder her.
While the manager was not concerned about the terminated employee as he did not have transportation to return to the premises, he was concerned for the safety of the female employee regardless since she also did not have transportation.
The terminated employee was described as approximately 5”11 with a black jacket, black hat and black pants.
While the manager did not have issues with the employee in the past, he recently learned that he had been disrespectful to female co-workers.
The terminated employee was found and through an interpreter he said that he did use a swear word in Spanish against the female employee, but did not make a threat, stating he was just upset at being terminated.
The man was given a verbal no trespassing order.