Monday, April 13
1536: Report of a large tree at Grovers and Highland Aves. that was knocked down by the wind, bringing down a wire and blocking the roadway. An officer stayed on the scene until the DPW arrived.
1746: A caller reported that a large tree on her property was swaying heavily in the wind and she was concerned that it might harm passers-by if it fell. She initially requested assistance from the DPW, but was informed that the tree was on her private property and she would have to address the issue with a private tree company.
1838: A Governor’s Park reported that a neighbor was making loud noise. This is an ongoing issue between the parties.
Tuesday, April 14
1442: Officers responded to a report of a construction crane that was causing a hazard in the area of Nahant Ave. and Hannaford Park. An officer remained on the scene until the crane was secured. The contractor was advised to hire a police detail going forward.
2117: A caller reported that a fisher cat had run past his motor vehicle on Sagamore Ave.
Wednesday, April 15
0044: An officer responded to a report of loud music being played at a Myrtle Ave. residence, but could not hear anything upon his arrival.
1210: The Animal Control Officer found a German Shepherd on Crest Ave. and brought it to the pound.
1352: An officer responded to a report from a motor vehicle operator who asserted that another operator had followed him from East Boston and was beeping his horn. The officer spoke to both parties and determined it had been a misunderstanding.
1403: An officer responded to a report of a motor vehicle that was parked too far away from the curb and was blocking traffic on Elmwood Ave. The officer located the owner of the vehicle and directed her to park correctly.
1420: An officer stopped a motor vehicle on Putnam St. for a civil motor vehicle infraction and gave a verbal warning to the operator.
1646: An officer stopped a motor vehicle on Pauline St. for a civil motor vehicle infraction and gave a verbal warning to the operator.
1712: Officers responded to a report from a caller who said that when he told two persons who were playing tennis on the courts at the high school that the courts are closed, they verbally harassed him. The officers resolved the issue.
1756: A Revere St. resident reported that a tire on her motor vehicle had been slashed during the previous night.
1903: A cell phone was found by a person at Coughlin Playground. The officer was able to determine the phone number and returned the phone to the owner.
Thursday, April 16
0656: A caller reported that a motor vehicle was speeding up and down Shirley St. An officer was unable to locate the offending vehicle.
1255: A caller who wanted to remain anonymous said that she was concerned about the parking situation on her street because of the street sweeping.
1328: An officer responded to a report of a motor vehicle parked on the sidewalk on Chester Ave. The officer located the owner and had the vehicle moved.
1450: A caller reported that she found two bones in the compost area when she was out for a walk. She was concerned that they might be human remains.
1650: A caller reported that she saw a motor vehicle operator in a Lexus SUV in the vicinity of Shirley St. and Bay View Ave. drinking from an open container of alcohol with a child in the back seat.
1705: An officer stopped a motor vehicle on Shirley St. and advised the operator that he should not be traveling except for an emergency. He also gave a verbal warning to the operator about his improper operation of the motor vehicle.
1752: An officer responded to a report of a male party being loud at Seal Harbor. The individual eventually was located over the seawall and down near the edge of the water. The male party was found to be high-intoxicated and was transported to the Whidden Hospital.
2245: An officer stopped a motor vehicle at 95 Main St. for the civil motor vehicle infraction of a marked lanes violation. The officer will mail the citation to the operator.
Friday, April 17
1029: An officer stopped a motor vehicle on Walden St. for aggressive driving in a construction zone. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
1114: A caller reported a fraudulent call was made to the caller in an attempt to obtain money.
1119: An officer responded to a report of a noise complaint at Governor’s Park and spoke to the parties.
1333: An officer responded to a report of a construction vehicle;e blocking the hydrant at Bartlett Rd. and Pleasant St. The officer informed the owner of the vehicle that a ticket will be issued the next time it happens.
1401: An officer stopped a motor vehicle at Cross St. and River Rd. for failing to stop at the stop sign. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
1410: An officer responded to a report of a hit & run accident on Cottage Park Rd.
1703: A resident came into the station to report of a fraud in which the resident said he sent a deposit for an apartment in Lexington that had been advertised on Craig’s List. However, the apartment was not for rent and the resident did not receive back his deposit.
1838: An officer moved along a youth who was skateboarding off the construction equipment at Larsen Rink.
1948: An officer stopped a motor vehicle at Revere and Crescent Sts. for failing to stop for a red light. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
Saturday, April 18
1253: A Governor’s Park resident reported that a neighbor is banging on the walls and causing a disturbance. The officer spoke to both parties.
1622: Officers responded again to the issue of a noise complaint at Governor’s Park. The officers recommended that the parties cal the building management.
2008: A resident in the 400 block of Shirley St. reported the theft of items that had been delivered to his door.
1702: A resident in the 400 block of Shirley St. reported that her motor vehicle had been vandalized. The officer who responded ascertained that the vehicle had been broken into and the owner reported that some items had been stolen.
Sunday, April 19
0027: An officer responded to a report of loud music at 700 Governor’s Drive and advised the offending party to lower the volume.
0048: Officers responded to a call from a Winthrop St. resident who reported that there was a female party outside her window who was challenging her to fight. The officers advised the involved party to leave.
0157: An Undine Ave. resident reported that two male parties had been acting suspiciously in his neighborhood and that when he hit his car alarm, they fled the area.
0827: A Lincoln St. resident reported that there were more than 10 people at an AA meeting at the church and that they had congregated on the street and had thrown items at his house. The officer who arrived at the scene saw only four people at the meeting in the church basement and all were appropriately physically distanced.
0924: A caller reported that a female party was placing stakes in the sand at Yirrell Beach and thereby preventing passers-by from being socially-distanced. The caller was informed that the stakes are for the protection of birds and have been placed there for the past 14 years.
1048: An officer responding to a call from a Nahant Ave. resident about damage to her new fence determined that the fence had been struck by a motor vehicle.
1243: An officer spoke to the operator of a motor vehicle parked on Wave Way Ave. who was playing his car radio loudly. The officer told the operator to turn down his music and the operator left the area.
1431: An officer responded to a report of a group of youths at Ingleside Park. They were throwing a baseball and all were six feet apart.
1440: An officer dispersed a group of five people who drinking alcohol in the tennis court at Coughlin Park.
1511: Officers dispersed a large group that had congregated to play baseball at Ingleside Park.