Sept. 26, 11:35 p.m. – A resident on Littleton Road was out walking his dog when he spotted a vehicle in an unusual area.
The vehicle appeared abandoned, but as he approached it, the vehicle started up and began to drive away at a high rate of speed.
Due to the time of day, the resident was unable to provide further details, but wanted to document the incident.
Oct. 7, 3:13 p.m. – Police dealt with a traffic hazard with a Mazda sedan rolled out of a driveway directly into the middle of Old Stage Road, banking around a corner at the end of Waco Circle.
The owner of the vehicle was contacted, and they put the vehicle back in its original driveway. There were no injuries or property damage related with the incident.
Oct. 15, 9:37 p.m. – An officer was dispatched to Acton Road for an incident between a man and his uncle-in-law.
The man was walking his dog when the uncle-in-law showed up and started yelling about money he was owed, with the man stating the uncle grabbed him and shoved him.
At this point the man told the uncle-in-law to stop or he would defend himself, but the uncle-in-law did not comply, with the man taking the uncle-in-law to the ground, which was followed by the uncle-in-law leaving the scene.
The officer found the uncle-in-law who said that the man was the aggressor in the incident.
According to police reports, the man paid another woman $40, which was to be repaid later, and a Dodge Durango left the area shortly before the incident.
The report indicated both were related to the fight, but it was not clear from the police report how they were related to the fight.