June 25, 9:19 a.m. – A woman and her husband called police after reporting one of their chickens had been killed, allegedly by a nearby pit bull.
While the woman said she did not see the dog on their property, the husband said he attempted to save the chicken from the dog, with the dog almost biting him before he accidentally hit it, with the dog leaving scratch marks on his abdomen.
At this point, the dog returned to his home nearby, where police talked to his temporary owner.
The owner told police the dog was rescue dog from New York state, and was recently neutered in New Hampshire, also stating that she was unaware the animal had left her house and that she was just holding it until a permanent owner could be found.
However, the woman had no documentation could be obtained from the temporary owner regarding the dog and rescue organization that gave her the dog.
Animal Control Officers took the dog with no struggle from the temporary owner, who also volunteered to pay for damages.
Sept. 7, 12:00 p.m. - There were complaints of a party with a large bonfire on Birch Road.
All guests at the party drinking were over the age of 21, but police requested that the fire be extinguished and guests at the party keep their noise down.
Sept. 12, 9:56 a.m. - A suspicious person was spotted behind a restaurant on Groton Road. Upon arrival, the person, who was known to the department, told officers he was trying to relax due to shakes from recently being diagnosed with a serious form of cancer.
Police indicated the man was doing nothing illegal, was cooperative and that he was wearing a white tank top and shorts.
After being informed of the man's identity, owners of the restaurant invited the man into the restaurant.