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HARVARD — The Police, Fire and Ambulance Departments responded to the following incidents between Monday, April 10, and Monday, April 17:

Monday, April 10

A.M. 2:09, Harvard Road, Bolton, mutual aid, ambulance, one person transported to Clinton Hospital; 6:35, Ayer Road, traffic stop, summons issued, Leominster man cited for driving without a license and operating vehicle without inspection; 7:14, Ayer Road, traffic stop.

P.M. 12:18, Foster Street, Littleton, mutual aid, Fire Department, brush fire, cover station; 3:15, Mass Avenue, traffic stop, citation issued; 3:19, Candleberry Lane, medical call, ambulance transported one person to Leominster Hospital; 8:49, Still River Road, suspicious vehicle; 9:40, Jacob Gates Road, suspicious motor vehicle, arrest.

Tuesday, April 11

A.M. 6:15, Ayer Road, traffic stop; 6:35, same; 7:24, Ayer Road, medical call, individual injured in fall at home, transported to Nashoba Valley Medical Center, later taken by helicopter; 9:16, town beach, vandalism; 10:15, station, general services; 10:57, Mass Avenue, general services; 11:00, school, general services.

P.M. 1:39, Prospect Hill Road, commercial alarm; 2:26, Ayer Road, motor vehicle lockout; 6:32, Stow Road, traffic stop; 6:48, Littleton Road and Route 2, traffic stop, verbal warning, speeding.

Wednesday, April 12

A.M. 1:35, Mass Avenue, check parked vehicle; 5:11, Prospect Hill Road, disabled vehicle; 7:10, Prospect Hill Road, traffic stop; 9:24, elementary school, suspicious vehicle; 11:28, Bolton and Slough roads, truck in road; 2:18, Old Meadow Road, residential alarm; 2:53, Ayer Road and Route 2, traffic stop; 5:54, Lancaster County Road, parking complaint; 6:46, Ayer Road and Route 2, traffic stop; 7:18, same; 7:36, Ayer Road, motor vehicle versus deer accident, extensive damage to passenger side of vehicle, animal ran off; 8:34, Ayer Road, suspicious activity; 10:17, Mass Avenue, traffic stop; 10:28, Pond Road and beach, check parked vehicle; 10:45 same.

Thursday, April 13

A.M. 1:55, Ayer Road, traffic stop; 2:08, same; 2:30, Pond Road, check parked vehicle; 5:22, Still River Road, traffic stop; 7:21, Ayer Road, commercial alarm; 7:22 Old Schoolhouse Road, two trees down, highway department notified; 11:38, Pattee Road, check on resident.

P.M. 3:14, Route 2W, medical, fire, accident with no injury, State Police canceled call.

Friday, April 14

A.M. 1:38, Ayer Road, suspicious vehicle; 6:34, Ayer Road, traffic stop; 7:48, Still River Road, traffic stop; 10:12, Still River Road, burglar alarm.

P.M. 2:38, Littleton Road and Cruft Lane, tree in road, highway department notified; 5:07, Warren Avenue and Pond Road, traffic stop; 5:40, Mass Avenue, traffic stop; 9:32, Ayer Road and town line, traffic stop.

Sunday, April 16

A.M. 6:52, Still River Road, traffic stop; 11:37, Still River and Willow roads, general services.

P.M. 12:00, Old Shirley Road, brush fire; 4:56, West Bare Hill Road, request to speak to officer, civil matter; 5:42, Finn Road, permit fire burning after legal time limit, told individual to extinguish it; 6:00, Finn Road, same; 6:44, Still River and Depot roads, traffic stop.

Monday, April 17

A.M. 8:49, station, medical issue reported; 10:27, Still River Road, medical call; 10:52, Ayer and Still River roads, general services.

P.M. 1:07, Prospect Hill Road, residential alarm; 3:17, West Bare Hill Road, police escort; 4:45, police station, request to speak to officer; 6:14, Fairbanks Street, request to speak to officer; 7:51, Old Littleton Road, residential burglar alarm; 11:26, Littleton Road, ambulance assist.


Monday, April 10: Gary Strine, 35, Codman Hill Road, Boxborough, arrested on outstanding Framingham warrant.

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