Saturday, Oct. 27
12:39 a.m.: Filmore Drive, general disturbance. Caller reports there are hundreds of Wheaton Students being extremely loud and playing loud music. While dispatching, Patrolman Shepis advised that there are four details at Wheaton for a dance that will end at 2 a.m. Receiving numerous calls regarding the noise disturbance.
12:48 a.m.: E. Main Street. Police arrested Raymond S. Bliss, 18, of Bath, Maine, and charged him with disorderly conduct.
1:30 a.m.: Filmore Drive. Police arrested Cole Larson-Whittaker, 22, of Penobscot, Maine, and charged him with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
11:15 a.m.: Evergreen Road, larceny. Breaking and entering with tools missing.
1:51 p.m.: S. Washington Street, assisted Taunton Police Department. Taunton Police Department request officers to meet for an investigation from an incident that happened in their town earlier.
10:31 p.m.: Filmore Drive, general disturbance. Wheaton Public Safety reports two students were just egged by a dark blue van. Area search negative.
Sunday, Oct. 28
1:43 a.m.: New Taunton Avenue. Police arrested Drew Robin Donovan, 24, of Far Reach Road, Westwood, and charged him with marked lanes violation and operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor.
2:00 a.m.: E. Main Street, referral to another agency. Caller reports he was at a house party and he was offered drugs. Caller also reports his cousin was assaulted. Caller reporting party is out of control does not know the address is, reporting as Tennis house. Caller advised to stay on line, Wheaton dispatched to parking lot by tennis courts where student stated he was.
4:06 p.m.: Power Street, vandalism. Tagging issues of stop signs, crosswalk signs, etc.
4:47 p.m.: Bay Road, motor vehicle accident. AAA operator reports a member fell asleep at the wheel, struck a sign and pulled into the lot. Vehicle has been towed, State Police are taking a report.
6:45 p.m.: Mansfield Avenue, domestic disturbance.
8:15 p.m.: Pine Street, suspicious condition. Caller reports he was behind a white sedan and the occupants were throwing eggs at Wheaton students and staff. Last seen in the area of Pine Street. All Norton cars advised.
9:44 p.m.: E. Main Street, domestic disturbance.
Monday, Oct. 29
9:26 a.m.: Cross Street, general disturbance. Report of tree down taking up a lane of travel. Road clear.
12:27 p.m.: Mansfield Avenue, motor vehicle accident.
12:57 p.m.: E. Main Street, general services. Caller reports tree limb down by Golds Gym.
1:54 p.m.: W. Main Street, suspicious condition. Caller requesting assistance with a female customer possibly under the influence of something, acting suspiciously and has fallen. Rescue requested. Female may have pneumonia. Transported to Sturdy Memorial Hospital.
2:00 p.m.: Cross Street, general disturbance. Sergeant Eisnor had a passing motorist advised him of tree down on Cross. Tree removed.
2:05 p.m.: Freeman Street, traffic control. Resident reporting smoke in the residence. Smoke contained to basement. Venting, removing siding and checking for extension. National Grid responding.
2:12 p.m.: W. Main Street, burglar alarm. Home and commercial with multiple alarms for broken glass, panic alarms.
2:32 p.m.: Richardson Avenue, traffic control. Caller reports trees down and into wires. Traffic backed up. House service pulled from residence, electric, cable and phone. Sergeant Eisnor reports Reservoir Street shut down, pole snapped, primary's still attached. National Grid at location.
3:23 p.m.: Maple Street, traffic control. Caller reports that there is a tree down that is causing wires to buzz. Call back reports the tree is blocking the road, it did hit primary and is arching. National Grid advised. Highway Department removed the tree.
4:32 p.m.: E. Main Street, assisted Norton Fire Department. Caller reports pole is on fire and transformer blew. Large tree across the road and onto primary. Road is impassable. One pole snapped, two stretched, will be closing 123 and Holmes Street. Entire triangle will be shut down. Easton Police Department advised and setting up block on their end of 123. National Grid on scene.
4:59 p.m.: Shelly Road, traffic control. Tree down in roadway. Has pulled wires down and about
to pull second pole down. National Grid notified.
5:24 p.m.: Hilltop Road, vandalism. Party reports vehicle pulled into driveway and shot a bb into front window, no vehicle description. Area search negative.
5:50 p.m.: Mansfield Avenue, vandalism. Report of someone shooting a bb through front window. No vehicle description.
6:56 p.m.: Freeman Street, traffic control. Report of a tree down with live wires down. Phone, cable and power lines down. Damage to the roof, and siding, chimney has been knocked down. No interior damage, conduit ripped from the house. No ETA from National Grid, they are not responding due to the weather right now. Wiring inspector on scene.
8:12 p.m.: Mansfield Avenue, vandalism. Caller is requesting to see an officer regarding the earlier incident where a bb was shot through the window.
4:50 p.m.: Woodward Street, traffic control. Callers reports several poles snapped half way down. Another tree came down, needs a barricade. Road passable for emergency vehicles only, barricades still up.
Tuesday, Oct. 30
12:03 a.m.: S. Worcester Street, breaking and entering of a residence. Access by back door, jewelry taken.
7:04 a.m.: Bay Road, motor vehicle accident. Caller reports a car off the road and in the mud and stuck. They are also under the wires and drove around the barricade.
7:52 a.m.: Oak Street, vandalism. Caller reports someone threw a pumpkin through her rear car window and shattered it.
7:25 a.m.: Burt Street, assisted Norton Fire Department. Tree on primary, catching on fire. Street closed. National Grid notified. Situation deteriorated quickly and the primary burned through. There was a large fire and it is now out.
10:05 a.m.: W. Main Street, vandalism. Principal reports bright yellow spray paint on the computer monitor in the boys locker room monitor. She sees no other damage. It was not there on Friday.
10:10 a.m.: Todd Drive, trespassing. Caller looking for information on a trespass notice.
10:48 p.m.: Richardson Avenue, assisted another agency. Highway on radio requesting an officer to stand by while they remove some trees. The traffic is not allowing them to work.
2:50 p.m.: Renwick Drive, harassment/threats. Caller reports receiving threats via phone and Facebook. Patrolman Mahoney enroute to speak with other person involved. Reporting party into the station for harassment order. Order was denied by Judge Richard Chin.
3:17 p.m.: E. Main Street, assisted State Police with motor vehicle stop.
4:52 p.m.: E. Main Street, motor vehicle accident. Caller reports motor vehicle accident, no injuries.
5:42 p.m.: Island Road, suspicious condition. Caller reports hearing nine shots in the area. Area search negative.
6:33 p.m.: W. Main Street, suspicious condition. Caller reports two young teenage females walking west in the area of the cemetery. They appear to be walking in their underwear. Patrolman Robichaud reports no one in the area except for one female jogger.
6:51 p.m.: Burt Street, motor vehicle accident. Caller reports vehicle struck fire hydrant and left. Water Department advised. Hydrant appears to have shifted. Debris at scene indicates vehicle is red. Patrolman Winters spoke with another neighbor who believes it was a Toyota Yaris.
9:37 p.m.: Burt Street, suspicious condition. Caller reports three young males walking in the area of Tipping Place towards Plain Street. She reports they are throwing things at vehicles and it sounds like they may be smashing mailboxes. Patrolman Robichaud checking the area. He doesn't see any smashed mailboxes, but he does see a knocked over trash can. No damage. Area checked negative for males.
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