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HARVARD — The Police, Fire and Ambulance Departments responded to the following incidents between Monday, April 3, and Sunday, April 9:

Monday, April 3

A.M. 7:08, Shaker Road, larceny from vehicle; 8:50, police station, general services; 10:37, Ayer Road, traffic stop, arrest.

P.M. 12:50, Old Littleton Road, residential alarm; 2:08, station, general services; 4:29, Mass Avenue and Bolton Road, erratic operator; 9:25, school, check open door; 10:34, Old Littleton Road, suspicious motor vehicle; 10:49, Old Littleton Road, larceny of cable equipment.

Tuesday, April 4

A.M. 1:45, Lancaster County Road, suspicious motor vehicle; 2:16, Ayer Road, suspicious motor vehicle; 3:26, Simon Atherton Row, residential fire alarm; 8:44, Mass Avenue; police requested, resident concerned about tree-cutting by electric company; 8:56, Ayer Road, summons service; 9:34, Shaker Road, fire department call, smell of smoke in house; 11:41, Depot Road, illegal permit fire.

P.M. 4:24, Ayer Road, residential alarm; 4:24, station, request to speak to officer; 4:24, Myrick Lane and Ayer Road, minor motor vehicle accident, no report; 5:24, Old Littleton Road, medical call, officer requested; 5:55, Ayer Road, commercial burglar alarm; 7:00, Prospect Hill Road, police requested, pornographic picture nailed to utility pole; 8:26, Shaker Road, request to check resident’s welfare; 8:59, Littleton Road, animal control, dead deer.

Wednesday, April 5

A.M. 1:09, Ayer Road, check parked vehicle; 1:22, Ayer Road, traffic stop; 7:42, same; 9:05 Armstrong Road, assist other agency; 9:10, station, request to speak to officer.

P.M. 1:11, Old Littleton Road, suspicious motor vehicle; 7:06, East Bare Hill Road, general services; 7:28, Stow Road, medical; 7:28, station, request to speak to officer; 8:03, Ayer Road, traffic stop.

Thursday, April 6

A.M. 1:42, Finn Road and Stow town line, loose horses, owner rounded up; 6:58, Still River Road, traffic stop.

P.M. 1:42, Ayer Road, fire department, home dryer overheated; 6:41, Route 2E, motor vehicle accident, no investigation; 6:53, Mass Avenue and Bolton Road, assist tractor trailer unit turning around.

Friday, April 7

A.M. 1:20, Ayer Road, check parked vehicle; 6:22, Littleton County Road, residential burglar alarm.

P.M. 12:28, Harris Lane, residential alarm; 5:16, Ayer Road, traffic stop; 7:44, mutual aid, Boxborough police; 8:12, Lancaster County Road, possible fraud, resident concerned about eBay transaction; 11:09, Lancaster County Road, check parked vehicle.

Saturday, April 8

A.M. 2.26, Ayer Road and town line, traffic stop; 7:45, Ayer Road, traffic stop; 9:25, found watch, item at police station; 11:54, lost pocket book reported.

P.M. 12:52, Lancaster County Road, check resident’s welfare; 2:14, station, request for advice; 2:21, Ayer Road, commercial alarm; 8:24, Still River Road, suspicious motor vehicle; 8:26, Still River and Prospect Hill Road, traffic stop, verbal warning, stop sign violation; 9:13, Littleton Road, domestic dispute; 10:31, Bolton and Armstrong roads, traffic stop.

Sunday, April 9

A.M. 12:25, Eldridge Road, general services; 2:00 Route 2 W, traffic stop; 8:44, Pinnacle Road, residential alarm; 10:17, station, general services; 11:13, Bolton Road, police requested, speeding complaint; 11:54, Park Lane, police requested, loose dog in area; 4:19, Gebo Lane and Lancaster County Road, motor vehicle lockout; 9:00, school, check parked vehicle.

Arrest

Monday, April 3: Josmar Ferreira, 46, Grant Street, Somerville, operating without a license.

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