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AYER — The Police and Fire Departments responded to the following incidents between Thursday, March 30, and Wednesday, March 5:

Friday, March 31

A.M. 7:49, East Main Street, vehicle accident; 8:23, Fire Department sent mutual aid to Devens; 9:30, ambulance to Apple Valley; 11:11, Fitchburg Road, attempted to serve restraining order; 11:24, Wright Road, served paperwork.

P.M. 12:09, Fire Department sent two engines and a ladder to Hibiscus Lane for a smoke detector activation; 12:12, Fire Department sent an engine to Sandy Pond Road for burning without a permit; 1:25, Fire Department responded to a box alarm, sending mutual aid to Lunenburg for cover duty; 3:15, Fire Department sent an engine to Ayer District Court for an odor of gas; 3:26, Fitchburg Road, served restraining order; 4:43, ambulance to Jackson Street; 5:34, ambulance to High Street; 9:16, Littleton Road, noise complaint; 9:29, Atherton Street, served paperwork; 9:34, Atherton Street, larceny.

Saturday, April 1

A.M. 12:00, Nemco Way, burglar alarm at the Catania Spagna Corporation; 12:56, East Main Street, traffic citation; 1:09, East Main Street, traffic citation; 1:42, Harvard Road, suspicious activity; 1:54, Main Street, traffic stop ending in OUI arrest.

P.M. 1:00, ambulance to Pond Street; 1:04, Old West Main Street, assisted citizen; 1:14, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine to Old West Main Street to assist the police; 1:48, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 1:54, Old Groton Road, parking citation; 2:03, Park Street, traffic citation; 2:16, ambulance to Westford Road; 2:56, Bligh Street, burglar alarm; 5:33, Pleasant Street, general services; 7:32, Mechanic Street, suspicious activity; 9:21, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 11:37, Main Street, disturbance; 11:46, Main Street, traffic citation.

Sunday, April 2

A.M. 12:14, Nemco Way, burglar alarm at the Catania Spagna Corporation; 1:31, Sculley Road, suspicious activity; 3:23, Nemco Way, burglar alarm at Catania Spagna Corporation; 7:02, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine to Sculley Road; 9:00, Park Street, assisted citizen; 10:15, Wagon Road, general services; 10:28, West Main Street, animal complaint; 10:33, Groton Shirley Road, animal complaint.

P.M. 1:23, Grosvenor Street, general offenses; 3:16, Fire Department responded to a box alarm, sending an engine as mutual aid to Shirley; 3:38, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 3:58, School Street, traffic citation; 4:21, Myrick Street, assisted citizen; 6:59, ambulance to Snake Hill Road; 7:43, Littleton Road, suspicious activity; 10:33, West Main Street, traffic citation; 11:30 Fire Department responded to a silent still alarm, sending an engine to Groton Harvard Road for an outside odor of smoke, nothing found; 11:57, West Main Street, suspicious activity at the Devens Plaza.

Monday, April 3

A.M. 12:17, East Main Street, general services; 12:48, Central Avenue, suspicious activity; 8:25, Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation; 8:43, West Main Street, traffic citation; 8:50, Littleton Road, traffic citation; 10:29, Littleton Road, traffic accident; 11:15, Littleton Road, suspicious activity.

P.M. 1:17, Snake Hill Road, traffic citation; 1:27, Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation; 1:43, Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation; 1:47, Grove Street, animal complaint; 2:20, Central Avenue, suspicious activity; 2:29, Barnum Road, served paperwork; 5:50, Fire Department responded to a still alarm at Williams Street that was caused by burnt food; 7:47, Fitchburg Road, served paperwork at Ayer Motor Inn; 9:25, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley.

Tuesday, April 4

A.M. 12:38, Willard Court, annoying phone calls; 1:05, Old Towne Road, assist other agencies; 2:31, ambulance to Hannaford Market on Fitchburg Road; 3:05, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine to Carleton Circle for a pole fire; 8:06, ambulance to East Main Street; 8:24, Park Street, civil complaint; 8:54, School Street, parking citation; 11:36, Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation; 11:48, Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation.

P.M. 12:13, West Main Street, suspicious activity; 1:24, Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation; 4:12, West Main Street, suspicious activity; 5:23, Lincoln Street, missing property reported; 5:30, Park Street, suspicious activity; 11:34, Fire Department responded to a silent still alarm, sending an engine to Groton Harvard Road in response to beeping smoke detectors.

Wednesday, April 5

A.M. 12:20, Fire Department responded to a silent still alarm, sending an engine to East Main Street for a smoke detector; 1:47, ambulance sent as mutual aid to Shirley; 9:14, Pearl Street, reported death; 9:24, ambulance to Pearl Street; 11:45, Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation.

P.M. 12:33, Nashoba Valley Medical Center, fraud; 12:53, Central Avenue, traffic citation; 1:04, Central Avenue, traffic citation; 2:29, Snake Hill Road, general services. 3:11, Park Street, served paperwork; 5:56, Fire Department sent an engine and ladder to Sandy Pond Road for a smoke investigation; 7:02, Littleton Road, incapacitated resident taken into protective custody; 7:57, Main Street, suspicious activity; 7:58, West Main Street, vandalism; 9:15, Hatch Street, disturbance; 10:25, Fitchburg Road, traffic citation; 11:05, ambulance sent to Catania Spagna; 11:46, Groton Harvard Road, traffic citation.

Arrests

Saturday, April 11: Ian Howlett, 25, of Acton, charged with operating under the influence of alcohol, speeding, and failure to stay within marked lanes.

The Fire Department also had three public assists and four lockouts.

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