June 18, 7:02 p.m. – A driver came to the Westford Police Station to report a road rage incident earlier that day.
The driver was pulling out of Robbins Road onto Littleton Road and accidentally cut off another driver pulling out of the Ninety Nine Restaurant across the street.
However, the driver noticed the other driver appeared agitated, tailgating him up until Kimball Farm, when he pulled up alongside him and started yelling things.
At that point, the driver heard a loud bang and the other car pulled away into Littleton, believing that the bang was an object thrown at his rear portion of his car by the other driver.
However, the driver did not see the object, and said he did not run over any objects.
The driver also declined to press charges.
Sept. 5, 7:49 p.m. – A resident on Pine Ridge Road called police after observing two teenagers drinking alcohol at the end of a nearby driveway.
An officer was dispatched to the area to find the two teenagers, both female, eventually finding them near St. Catherine’s Cemetery.
The pair of teenagers had a green cooler which according to police reports, held two Gatorade bottles, a can and bottle of Miller Lite and five bottles of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, with both girls saying that had drank some of the beer.
From there, the officer asked the girls where they got the cooler, with one indicating that they found it in the woods near an abandoned motor vehicle.
Their parents came to pick them up, with the officer requesting that the two girls return for questioning, with only one agreeing to the request.
After being read her rights, the teenager told the officer that she did not know the location of the cooler prior to that evening.
Officers were unable to find the location of the abandoned motor vehicle.
Sept. 6, 6:43 p.m. – Timothy So, 21, of 23 Congress St. in Lowell was arrested during a motor vehicle stop for failing to appear in court upon personal recognizance.
Sept. 7, 9:07 p.m. – Pamela Ripley, 43, of Pershing St. in Westford, was arrested for alleged speeding, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to yield and operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol (second offense).