Dec. 3, 6:40 a.m. – Police responded to an accident at the corner of Littleton and Robbin roads near the Ninety Nine restaurant.
A pickup truck was travelling west when it flipped over onto a lawn near some nearby condominiums, spinning 180 degrees, hitting a curb and a granite and wood sign in its path.
The man, whose head was bleeding when he talked to the officer, said he was travelling at 40 mph when another pickup truck swerved in front of him, causing the incident.
However, a witness said that the man was travelling faster than 40 mph, as was the other vehicle, and the other vehicle kept on driving. From this, the officer issued an unspecified citation to the driver.
The driver was called three more times by police with requests for more information about the incident, but could not be reached.
Dec. 6, 3:53 p.m. – A “concerned” individual called police reporting two cars with New York license plates with 3-4 men described as Hispanic.
The men were identified as contractors working on a new housing development in the area.
The officer thanked the men for their time.
Dec. 18, 4:42 p.m. – Police arrived on scene at the Regency to talk to an employee there about a guest who was causing disruptions and showed odd behavior.
The guest had been allegedly evicted from other hotels for similar complaints, and after her identity was ascertained, it was discovered that this person was currently under investigation for sending threatening messages to town employees.
Allegedly, the guest spent a significant amount of time in the hotel’s health club and asking people to file complaints on behalf of her son, who apparently has been taken from her, with the woman then yelling at those who do not help, saying “they will be charged with obstruction of justice.”
The woman apparently also frequently faxes state government offices and has sued the federal government several times, causing disruption to the point where she has been banned from the Moakley Courthouse in Boston 2007 after “visiting” there 300 times over the course of a few months in 2007.
She had become such a disruption; she was placed in an apartment in a building in front of the hotel as to avoid other guests.
The employee did not require the officer to speak with the guest, only that the police provide help in evicting the guest, which occurred two days later.