Athol Police Logs, May 18 - 28

Published: 06-18-2024 11:43 AM

Athol Police LogsMay 18 - 28Saturday, May 18

5:07 p.m. - Caller states a motor vehicle in front of her was “all over the road,” did not stop for the red light at the Market Basket intersection by the high school. Vehicle turned up Bearsden Road. Officer located the vehicle at the camps in the conservation area. Registered owner stated he knew he went through the red lights and was unfamiliar with the area.

Tuesday, May 21

1:35 p.m. - Caller reporting she is at Silver Lake Beach with her 6-year-old daughter and an older white male wearing a light blue shirt is walking laps around the lake with his dog not on a leash. She told him there is a leash law and she is not comfortable with the dog being unleashed around children. Caller reported the male was swearing at her and harassing her. Calling party was advised to walk away from the male and not engage with him. Caller stated that the male was now on the other side of the lake but was en route to walk back around to near where she was. It is a white dog with an orange vest on. Male was gone on officer’s arrival.

Wednesday, May 22

3:12 p.m. - Suspicious vehicle reported on Exchange Street in Athol. Report of two trailers parked in the lot. Both vehicles showing active registrations. Food truck trailer was contacted and will make arrangements to have it moved. Voicemail was left for the owner of the construction trailer.

4:46 p.m. - Reporting party from Chestnut Street calling to speak to an officer about suspicious persons. Caller concerned for her Instacart driver, as she received an order on Mother’s Day that was incorrect. Reporting party believes it was a signal from the driver for help. Caller does not know who the driver is.

Tuesday, May 28

3:08 p.m. - Caller from Brickyard Road reporting their neighbors are playing very loud music and they “can’t enjoy being outside.” Reporting party called back and stated they music had been turned down.

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