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AYER — The Police and Fire Departments responded to the following incidents between Thursday, April 6, and Wednesday, April 12:

Thursday, April 6

A.M. 12:17, Groton Harvard Road, assisted citizen; 12:31, East Main Street, police responded to a report of a beaver hit by a car; 2:50, ambulance to Prospect Street; 7:40, 7:42, Park Street, traffic citation; 7:47, Washington Street, parking citation; 7:53, Main Street, traffic citation; 7:53, Washington Street, parking citation; 8:02, 8:29, Park Street, traffic citation; 8:38, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 11:23, 11:32, 11:53 Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation.

P.M. 12:26, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine to Shirley Street in response to a report of smoke; 3:15, Pearl Street, animal complaint; 5:29, Groton Harvard Road, traffic citation; 6:08, Bishop Road, assisted citizen; 8:39, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 9:24, Park Street, disturbance; 11:30, East Main Street, suspicious activity at Pauline’s Variety Store; 11:33, Main Street, general services.

Friday, April 7

A.M. 12:26, ambulance to Nashoba Park; 12:33, Littleton Road, traffic citation; 7:56, Main Street, traffic citation; 8:15, Main Street, traffic citation; 10:35, ambulance to mutual aid to Devens; 10:59, Elm Street, assisted citizen.

P.M. 2:02, ambulance as mutual aid to Littleton, 2:33, ambulance to Park Street; 6:10, West Main Street, suspicious activity at Maria’s School of Dance.

Saturday, April 8

A.M. 1:44, West Main Street, traffic citation; Littleton Road, suspicious activity at Gervais Ford; 3:18, Sandy Pond Road, suspicious activity at Kentucky Fried Chicken; 4:01, Park Street, suspicious activity; 7:20, Park Street, assisted citizen; 8:05, Loon Hill Road, vandalism; 8:41, Grove Street, breaking and entering reported. Nothing was taken from the home except for food, which was cooked and consumed on site; 9:25, 9:49, Main Street, suspicious activity; 11:49, Grove Street, assisted citizen.

Sunday, April 9

A.M. 12:07, Fire Department responded to an alarm on West Main Street, sending an engine; 12:16, Groton Harvard Road, noise complaint at Zodiac Development; 12:28, East Main Street, general services; 4:55, Park Street, disturbance at the Bubble-It Laundromat; 6:21, Bishop Road, suspicious activity; 10:25, ambulance to Apple Valley; 10:35, Bligh Street, spray paint vandalism at Pirone Park reported; 11:52, Park Street, assisted citizen.

P.M. 1:12, Isaacs Lane, disturbance; 2:25, Old West Main Street, assisted citizen; 2:50, Columbia Street, burglar alarm at the Post Office; 3:03, 3:24, 3:36, Sandy Pond Road, traffic citation; 4:10, Groton Harvard Road, assisted citizen; 11:54, Depot Square, assisted citizen.

Monday, April 10

A.M. 12:01, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 3:05, Carlton Circle, traffic citation; 8:47, ambulance to Littleton and Harvard Roads; 9:22, Oak Ridge Drive, accident where motorist left the scene; 9:55, ambulance sent as mutual aid to Shirley; 11:08, Willow Road, assisted citizen.

P.M. 12:15, Coffman Way, vehicle accident; 12:17, Fire Department responded to a box alarm, sending mutual aid to Littleton for a structure fire on Kaleva Road; 2:25, Park Street, general services; 11:38, West Main Street, suspicious activity at the Nashoba Courier; 11:47, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley.

Tuesday, April 11

A.M. 12:30, Fire Department responded to a silent still alarm, sending an engine to West Main Street for an odor of gas; 1:38, Bishop Road, suspicious activity at St. Mary’s Cemetery; 1:59, Groton Street, suspicious activity at the Rail Trail; 6:15, Park Street, parking complaint; 8:08, Prospect Street, leaving the scene of an accident at courthouse. A parked car was hit and the driver left the scene; 8:23, Main Street, traffic citation; 8:52, Park Street, general services; 10:40, Old Towne Road, serve paperwork.

P.M. 1:02, Pleasant Street, parking citation; 1:45, Park Street, traffic citation; 2:13, ambulance to Apple Valley; 3:05, Park Street, disturbance at the Dunkin’ Donuts; 3:35, ambulance to Pirone Park; 5:21, Fire Department sent an engine and ambulance to the Brook Street for a water rescue; 6:20, Old Towne Road, served paperwork; 7:06, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine to Patricia Drive in response to a call over burnt food; 7:48, Depot Square, vehicle theft. A commuter returned from work to find his 1993 Cutlass Sierra missing; 8:13, ambulance to Copeland Drive; 8:21, Park Street, suspicious activity at the Vineyard. Possible fake $10 bill reported; 9:08, Myrick Street, annoying phone calls; 11:15, Fire Department responded to a silent still alarm, sending an engine to Nashoba Valley Medical Center for investigation of an odor; 11:34, Groton Shirley Road, suspicious activity; 11:43, New England Way, suspicious activity; 11:47, Old Groton Road, suspicious activity; 11:49, Groton Harvard Road, suspicious activity.

Wednesday, April 12

A.M. 12:08, Central Avenue, traffic citation; 12:55, Fitchburg Road, disturbance at the Ayer Motor Inn; 1:31, West Main Street, suspicious activity at Grady Research; 7:37, Main Street, vehicle accident.

P.M. 12:15, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 1:43, ambulance to Ayer District Court; 2:39, Park Street, vehicle accident; 2:46, Fire Department responded to a box alarm, sending an engine as mutual aid to Shirley; 3:05, Groton Harvard Road, traffic citation; 5:50, ambulance sent as mutual aid to Shirley; 9:09, West Main Street, traffic citation; 9:18, Sandy Pond Road, suspicious activity; 9:45, Willard Street, suspicious activity; 11:09, Main Street, suspicious activity; 11:11, East Main Street, traffic citation.

Arrests

Saturday, April 8: Kara Haley, 38, of Shirley. Charged with trespassing.

The Fire Department also had four auto lockouts and one public assist.

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