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Ayer

AYER — The Fire and Police departments responded to the following incidents between Tuesday Jan. 23 and Monday, Jan. 29:

Tuesday, Jan. 23

A.M. 1:13, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine and ladder to Nashua Street for an extinguished fire; 1:18, traffic stop ending in an arrest; 9:20, Old Groton Road, parking citation; 9:50, Fire Department and ambulance sent to the corner of East Main and Pine streets for a motor vehicle accident; 10:20, Shaker Road, burglar alarm; 11:42, Willard Street, annoying phone calls.

P.M. 5:38, Ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 10:48, Fire Department to Fitchburg Road to investigate an outside odor of gas.

Wednesday, Jan. 24

A.M. 2:49, Fire Department responded to a silent still alarm, sending two engines and a ladder to Berkshire Boulevard for a tire shredder fire; 7:45, 8:05, Park and Main streets, traffic citation; 10:41, Sandy Pond Road, fraud reported.

P.M. 1:00, Main Street, served paperwork; 1:05, Harvard Road, animal complaint; 1:20, Myrick Street, traffic citation; 1:28, Washington Street, larceny reported at the Ayer schools; 3:05, Fire Department sent an engine to Nashoba Valley Medical Center to assist with a MedFlight landing; 3:45, ambulance sent to Littleton as mutual aid; 6:41, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley.

Thursday, Jan. 25

A.M. 12:41, Old Groton Road, suspicious activity; 1:11, ambulance to Vernon Street; 1:44, West Main Street, suspicious activity; 1:57, Harvard Road, suspicious activity; 2:09, Fitchburg Road, burglar alarm; 3:08, Central Avenue, suspicious activity at Nashoba Fitness; 4:43, Willard Street, traffic citation; 4:53, Maple Street, traffic citation; 5:00, Church Street, parking citation; 7:49, Park Street, police, ambulance and Fire Department responded to a vehicle accident; 9:02, ambulance to Park Street; 10:02, Littleton Road, vandalism; 10:36, Fire Department responded to a box alarm, sending an engine and ladder to the Spaulding Building in response to a smoke detector alarm tripped by dust.

P.M. 12:36, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine to the Ayer High School for smoke in heating vents, which was caused by an overheated motor; 1:25, Winthrop Avenue, larceny; 1:37, ambulance to Lincoln Street; 1:59, ambulance from Nashoba Valley Medical Center to Pond Street; 4:00, Willard Street, vandalism; 4:25, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 5:51, Willard Street, assisted citizen; 6:38, Washington Street, traffic citation.

Friday, Jan. 26

A.M. 12:55, West Main Street, suspicious activity; 2:30, Park Street, suspicious activity; 7:20, Fire Department sent an engine and ladder to Nemco Way in response to a fire alarm; 8:36, Cambridge and Washington streets, vehicle accident; 10:40, ambulance to Park Street; 11:25, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley.

P.M. 12:30, Groton Harvard Road, assisted citizen; 1:14, false fire alarm at Nashoba Valley Medical Center; 2:03, Mulberry Circle, animal complaint; 3:38, Hibiscus Lane, burglar alarm at a residence; 4:00, East Main Street, parking complaint; 8:08, ambulance to Littleton Road; 9:11, ambulance as mutual aid to Littleton; 11:34, Washington Street, suspicious activity; 11:37, West Main Street, general services at the Brew Locker.

Saturday, Jan. 27

A.M. 12:09, West Main Street, disturbance at the Brew Locker; 1:55, ambulance as mutual aid to Harvard; Depot Square, suspicious activity at Carlin’s; 2:02, Harvard Road, suspicious activity; 2:04, Barnum Road, suspicious activity at Wendy’s; 2:36, ambulance to Pond Street; 2:48, Main Street, suspicious activity; 3:10, West Street, suspicious activity; 3:28, ambulance to Fletcher Street; 5:12, Pleasant Street, parking citation; 6:07, Nemco Way, burglar alarm at Catania Spagna Corporation; 10:30, Fitchburg Road, traffic citation; 11:05, Harvard Road, traffic stop ending in an arrest.

P.M. 12:24, Copeland Drive, burglar alarm at Central Production Facility Inc.; 12:55, Washington Street, burglar alarm at the school complex; 1:02, Park Street, assisted citizen; 2:02, Fire Department sent an engine to West Main Street in response to a faulty alarm; 3:18, Wachusett Avenue, Fire Department did Carbon Monoxide detector inspection; 3:21, Fitchburg Road, burglar alarm at Garrison Inc.; 3:35, Washington Street, burglar alarm at the school complex; 3:37, ambulance to Bligh Street; 7:16, Groton Street, family disturbance; 7:40, Central Avenue, traffic citation; 11:41, West Main Street, traffic citation; 11:52, Littleton Road, suspicious activity at the Gervais lot.

Sunday, Jan. 28

A.M. 12:03, West Main Street, traffic stop ending in an OUI arrest; 1:23, East Main Street, traffic citation; 1:48, West Main Street, traffic stop ending in an OUI arrest; 2:07, Sandy Pond Road, disorderly conduct reported at McDonald’s; 9:00, Park Street, assisted citizen; 9:55, Winthrop Avenue, general services; 10:48, Oak Ridge Drive, annoying phone calls; 11:22, Park Street aggravated assault.

P.M. 1:46, Park Street, vehicle accident; 1:45, Fire Department sent an engine to the corner of Park and Main streets for a motor vehicle accident; 4:24, Grosvenor Street, vandalism; 6:00, ambulance to Groton Harvard Road; 6:17, ambulance to Pond Street; 10:31, Sandy Pond Road, traffic stop ending with an OUI arrest.

Monday, Jan. 29

A.M. 12:03, ambulance to Park Street; 5:20, Sandy Pond Road, burglar alarm at Kentucky Fried Chicken; 6:11, Carlton Circle, traffic citation; 9:33, Groton Harvard Road, general services; 11:19, Littleton Road, police, ambulance, and Fire Department responded to a vehicle accident.

P.M. 12:30, Groton Street, parking citation; 12:49, ambulance to Pond Street; 4:06, Harvard Road, assisted citizen at Wendy’s; 4:34, Snake Hill Road, suspicious activity; 5:55, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 7:58, Main Street, parking citation; 8:24, Jonathan Drive, suspicious activity; 10:38, Groton Street, family disturbance.

Arrests

Tuesday, Jan. 23: Alexander Roscillo, 30, of Lunenburg. Charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and improper registration of a motor vehicle.

Saturday, Jan. 27: Sean Mihalovich, 17, of Ayer. Charged with a passing violation and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Sunday, Jan. 28: Philip Camblin, 21, of Ayer. Charged with OUI liquor and speeding; Jeremy Burby, 31, of Winchendon. Charged with speeding and OUI liquor; Oscar Chapman, 46, of Groton. Charged with OUI liquor (fifth offense) and possession of a class D substance (marijuana).

The Fire Department also had two auto lockouts.