Concord Police Log, September 14-20, 2023 

September 29, 2023

Thursday, September 14 

9:54 a.m. Someone dropped rotten apples in a horse pen on Virginia Road the past night. The person requested extra passes during the overnight hours. 

10:02 a.m. A reckless driver did not listen to the flaggers, yelled at them and blocked traffic at a job site at Commerford Road and Elm Street. Police monitored the traffic for a few cycles and observed no violations. 

8:53 p.m. A Nissan was towed after a two-car accident in the Emerson Hospital parking lot on Old Road to Nine Acre Corner (ORNAC). The driver of a Ford received a written warning for failure to use care and license not in possession. 

10:01 p.m. During a motor-vehicle stop at Commonwealth Avenue and Beharrell Street, the operator was summonsed for being unlicensed and obedience to signs. The operator was picked up by a licensed driver. 

Friday, September 15 

9:40 A caller from Annursnac Hill Road asked to speak with animal control about a possible deceased raccoon on her back porch. 

10:07 a.m. A black poodle went missing from Strawberry Hill Road. Animal Control notified. 

12:01 p.m. A resident of Alden Road reported jewelry had been taken earlier in the week, possibly by a worker in the home. 

12:58 p.m. A driver reported a USPS mail truck struck his vehicle at Club Car Café on Commonwealth Avenue and then drove away.  

1:02 p.m. A resident of College Road reported she lost her dog. Animal Control notified. 

Saturday, September 16 

12:57 a.m. A vehicle with its lights on in the parking lot on Commonwealth Avenue had run out of gas and was waiting for AAA. 

1:02 a.m. A father and daughter were talking outside their residence near a vehicle on Belknap Street. 

2:10 a.m. An Uber driver pulled over in Monument Square because the passenger got carsick. 

4:10 p.m. A tree fell on a service line to a house on Old Bedford Road. Concord Municipal Light Plant responded. 

11:39 p.m. A homeowner having a loud party on ORNAC agreed to keep the noise down after other residents complained to the police. 

Sunday, September 17 

12:08 a.m. The driver of a car parked in Monument Square had pulled over to talk to his wife. 

3:02 a.m. The driver of a motor vehicle stopped by police on Route 2 West just after the rotary was sent out for a test, arrested and the vehicle was towed. Bail set at $40. 

8:40 a.m. A vehicle reported to be doing doughnuts in front of the Beede Center on Walden Street was gone on arrival. 

10:08 a.m. A vehicle was towed and a summons issued after a motor vehicle stop on Route 2 West, west of the rotary. 

1:04 p.m. A set of keys was found on the stairs of the Bank of America on Main Street. 

2:16 p.m. A wallet found at the turf field at Concord-Carlisle High School was turned in to the station. The owner retrieved it the next day. 

Monday, September 18 

12:37 a.m. Police assisted a resident on Westvale Drive in securing an item from the elements. 

8:43 a.m. A disabled DoorDash motor vehicle on Barretts Mill Road made a panic alarm notification and called 911. Language barrier present. The vehicle was removed. 

11:11 a.m. A minor two-car collision first reported to be in Monument Square was at the rotary. The drivers pulled into the MCI lot and the State Police handled it. 

11:15 a.m. Wire down on Monument Street outbound before the North Bridge. CMLP arrived on scene. 

2:53 p.m. Transportation complained that a grey motor vehicle failed to stop for bus red lights near Old Marlboro Road.  

5:48 p.m. A large turtle in the roadway at Lexington and Old Bedford Roads was relocated to a safer location. 

7:12 p.m. A branch blocking a lane of traffic at Main Street and Pond Lane was removed. 

Tuesday, September 19 

3:07 a.m. A vehicle was towed and the operator summonsed for unlicensed operation, marked lanes violation and speed following a stop on Route 2 East at Exit 125. 

7:15 a.m. A resident on Wright Road reported buckshot landed on his roof and in his yard, possibly from hunters across the river. Police did not find the hunters and the owner had contacted the Environmental Police also. 

7:56 a.m. A brown, long-haired dachshund with white spots went missing on Main Street. Animal Control advised. 

8:29 a.m. Minor motor-vehicle crash with paperwork exchange and minor damage at Barner Hill and Lowell roads. 

1:59 p.m. A resident reported a USPS package was stolen from the mailroom at Nathan Pratt a few weeks ago. The leasing office told the resident they advised a detective. There is no history of this occurring. 

5:18 p.m. Keolis worked on a gate on Commonwealth Avenue that was going up and down without a train going through. 

5:22 p.m. A caller reported a dog was chained to a porch on Virgina Road. Animal control was aware and had gone to the residence earlier in the day. 

7:07 p.m. Animal control was notified of a Siberian Forest cat that was missing from Plainfield Road. 

Wednesday, September 20 

12:45 a.m. The occupant of a vehicle parked on Elm Street had pulled over to use the restroom. 

10:52 a.m. Old ammunition was turned in at the station. 

11:46 p.m. An iPhone might have been lost at Emerson Field on Tuesday, September 19. When the owner tried to call it, it went straight to voicemail. It is in a plastic case with his dog’s picture on it. 

12:38 p.m. A mailbox on Tarbell Spring Road was damaged, possibly by a trash truck earlier in the morning.  

1:19 p.m. The signal light for pedestrians attempting to cross at Commonwealth Avenue and Main Street was not working. Public works notified. 

1:41 p.m. A FedEx driver reported hitting a low-hanging wire and pulling it into the roadway. CMLP notified. It was an old phone line that was cut from the pole. 

6:56 p.m. Police assisted with a motor-vehicle lockout at the Beede Center on Walden Street. 

11:21 p.m. After a resident on Lowell Road reported hearing someone attempting to enter her residence, police searched the area and called in a Massachusetts State Police K9. Nothing was found.