Well, that's just not right..
A Medfield resident called police after someone ran her doorbell at night, and fled. She said when she opened the door, it appeared someone had urinated there.
I thought Latin wasn't a spoken language, anyway?
Shrewsbury police received a request to do a well-being check in their town. A man wanted them to check on his girlfriend, who "seems intoxicated and (was) speaking Latin, which she does not know." It turned out that the woman was fine.
Perhaps The Hulk was in town?
I was trying to figure out which superhero always ends up naked when transformed into his human self. Google tells me it's the Hulk. Now I can explain why I needed to know this: Worcester police reported to Shrewsbury police that a man with no clothes on was attempting to jump off the bridge in their town. A witness said the man jumped but swam to shore and got dressed behind the Dumpster. Police were unable to locate the man. Maybe they should have been looking for The Hulk.
This litterbug should have used some of his (or her) newfound energy to search for a trash can.
A Northborough resident called police just after midnight one day this week to report a vehicle, whose license plate the resident recorded, threw a five-hour energy drink bottle into the yard. The officer went to the home of the person listed on the registration for the license plate; no one was home. Police left a message for the person to call them.
There is more than one way to catch a pig.
A Hopkinton resident called police this week looking for advice how to capture his escaped pig. A message was left for the Animal Control officer.