Police Log: Parents Concerned About iPod Pics; Erratic Driver; Text Threats

The following information was supplied by the Northborough police department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Incidents, Sunday, Dec. 30

1:16 p.m.: MVA with MA 17CS69, S18629225 vs. MA K5319, Shops Way. Officer assisted with paperswap

1:54 p.m.: Assist ambulance with medical, Crestwood Drive

2:19 p.m.: Attempted larceny of video cameras, Otis Street. Suspects left in MA 197VB8

2:26 p.m.: Vehicle parked in fire lane, MA US3337, Shops Way. Security trespassed Douglas A. Gravlin Jr. (S49887926) from Shops Way

4:01 p.m.: Medical call, West Main Street

4:06 p.m.: Party in the lobby turning in a plate he found in parking lot, Shops Way. CT 81CS25

8:01 p.m.: Caller reporting an erratic red Ford Focus, car completely snow covered including plate, Southwest Cutoff. 129 advises MA PC 3CLD40. One in custody OUI, McFee & Newton called for a tow.

Incidents, Monday, Dec. 31

8:44 a.m.: Medical call, East Main Street

9:54 a.m.: iPod Touch found in bathroom, West Main Street

10:15 a.m.: Medical call, West Main Street

11:18 a.m.: Parents wishing to speak to a detective about photos on daughters iPod, Davis Street

1:16 p.m.: Accident by mail, Whitney Street. MA 696GC6 vs. MA P27520

10:26 p.m.: 911 hangup. Verbal domestic, rights cards issued, Mohican Ave.

Incidents, Tuesday, Jan. 1

1:28 a.m.: Elderly female sounded very confused on 911, Juniper Brook Road

9:04 a.m.: Medical call, West Main Street

9:12 a.m.: Shrewsbury requested for mutual aid for an interior motion alarm, Shops Way

3:20 p.m.: 3 car MVA, no injuries, West Main Street

3:36 p.m.: Death investigation, Bartlett Street

6:10 p.m.: Party reporting threats via text message, Hitching Post Lane


Dec. 30, 8:38 p.m.: Aaron E. Sacks, 22, 19 Bronte Way, Apt. 33E, Marlborough, arrested and charged with marked lanes violation, failure to stop or yield, unsafe operation of MV, driving with revoked license, number plate violation, OUI (second offense)

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