Officer Tells Hotel Guest, "Go to Sleep or Go Away"
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Oct. 24, 5:55 p.m. - A pair of individuals were issued citations for doing donuts in the parking lot of the new Nutting Road lacrosse fields.
Nov. 1, 4:43 p.m. - One desk clerk at a hotel in town had issues with loud noises from a room that had been going on all night and decided it was time to call the police.
The clerk walked with an officer down to the room where the guest who had rented the room was staying.
A group of individuals were there with the guest.
That guest indicated to the officer that these several of the individuals were not staying in the room, and protested that they were not making noise.
However, the officer told the guest that anyone not supposed to be staying in the room would have to leave immediately and anyone that was supposed to be staying in the room would have to go to sleep immediately, or also leave.
The guest and the other individuals in the room complied.
Nov. 2, 12:45 p.m. - uring a meeting with town officials about the property on North Main Street, an officer was told that an individual had just been spotted breaking into the slowly collapsing building.
Upon further inspection, it appeared that the individual was attempting to steal scrap metal.
No suspects were mentioned in the report.