June 19, 3:58 p.m. – An officer on patrol responded to reports of a small terrier dog barking at the door of an elderly services van on Plain Road.
The driver of the van was worried due to earlier incidents with the dog, which had bitten the pants of other drivers with his company, and that it may bite again.
Upon arriving at the van, the officer saw the dog and made loud intimidating noises at the dog, scaring it back to a nearby house.
A person inside that house said that the dog belonged to the family, and believed the family’s grandmother had let it off its leash, apologizing to the officer.
The officer asked the person to keep the dog on the leash and returned to the van driver, who elaborated that she was not concerned for her safety, but the safety of her elderly male passenger.
June 29, 9:47 a.m. – A minor fender bender at Cornerstone Square almost turned into an altercation, which led one person involved to head to the police station.
There, she told an officer about the incident. She did not think much of it, entering a store, and upon leaving the two exchanged “looks” and “words” for a couple of seconds.
The other person then took pictures of her car, saying “do you know who I am?”
Police caught up with the other person, a Nashua resident who confirmed the woman’s story, but said it was not done in a threatening nature, saying he was tired and only took pictures out of fear the woman would do damage to his car.
Sept. 7, 7:24 a.m. - Police arrived at the scene of a fire on Town Farm Road to help close the road so firefighters could fight the blaze, followed by an investigation of the cause of the blaze after it was extinguished.
The officer on the call asked a resident of the home what happened, with the resident saying their child was about to take a shower and saw a spark come from a fan inside the bathroom.
Although the fan was turned off and the child informed the resident of the spark, by the time the resident entered the bathroom, smoke was already building up, leading the resident to evacuate the home.
The officer asked the resident if he could offer any help, with the resident replying that they could stay with friends and family until the home could be repaired.