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AYER — The Fire and Police departments responded to the following incidents between Tuesday, Feb. 27 and Monday, March 5:

Tuesday, Feb. 27

A.M. 6:00, Ambulance to Pearl Street; 10:10, Harvard Road, juvenile runaway reported; 10:32, Fire Department sent an engine to Newton Street for an outside odor of gas.

P.M. 12:00, Carlton Circle, vehicle accident; 3:30, Fire Department responded to a silent still alarm, sending an engine to the Page Hilltop School for a light problem; 8:18, Fire Department responded to a silent still alarm, sending an engine to the Brew Locker because of a false alarm; 9:32, ambulance as mutual aid to Devens; 10:35, Washington Street, assisted citizen.

Wednesday, Feb. 28

A.M. 5:35, Washington Street, traffic citation; 8:20, ambulance to Nashoba Park; 8:49, ambulance to Nashoba Park; 10:10 Fire Department sent an engine to the corner of Groton and Pearl streets for an outside odor of gas; 11:30 Fire Department to Groton Street for an outside odor of gas.

P.M. 12:22, Grove Street, window screen on a home reported damaged; 1:37, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 1:56, Groton Street, parking citation; 7:04, Westford Road, general services; 9:28, Central Avenue, suspicious activity; 10:20, Main Street, traffic citation; 10:31, East Main Street, woman reported returning home to her apartment to find the front door open and a trunk near the door ajar. Nothing was stolen, however; 11:00, Littleton Road, general services.

Thursday, March 1

A.M. 7:44, Ambulance as mutual aid to Westford; 8:30, Washington Street, general services; 9:48, Fitchburg Road, copper metal reported stolen at Advanced Vacuum Systems Inc.; 10:00, ambulance to Snake Hill Road.

P.M. 1:47, Ambulance to Ayer High School; 3:03, ambulance to Hatch Street.

Friday, March 2

A.M. 12:50, Molumco Park, suspicious activity; 2:30, West Main Street, suspicious activity; 3:05, Willow Road, suspicious activity; 6:45, Fitchburg Road, vehicle accident; 7:17, Snake Hill Road, vehicle accident; 8:21, West Street, police called to resolve a parking dispute between tenants; 8:30, Groton Street, parking citation; 8:34, Groton School Road, general services; 11:13, Fletcher Street, family disturbance.

P.M. 4:13, Fletcher Street, served restraining order; 9:28, Park Street, vehicle accident; 9:30, Shirley Street, noise complaint; 11:05, Groton Shirley Road, suspicious activity; 11:31, Barnum Road, vehicle accident.

Saturday, March 3

A.M. 12:05, Main Street, traffic citation; 1:20, Fitchburg Road, served paperwork; 1:25, Fitchburg Road, warrant and larceny arrest. A young man suspected of stealing copper from an area business was arrested. The copper was molded in two distinctive pieces and police alleged it was sold in Lowell but later recovered by police. The pieces of copper were valued at $1,200 each; 2:23, Washington Street, general services; 2:26, Fire Department sent an engine to Washington Street for a water problem; 3:20, ambulance to Nashoba Park; 6:45, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an ambulance as rescue truck to Littleton Road for a motor vehicle accident; 7:15, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine to Snake Hill Road for a motor vehicle accident; 8:20 ambulance to Apple Valley; 9:00, Willard Street, assisted citizen; 11:57, ambulance to Apple Valley.

P.M. 12:26, Fire Department sent an engine and ambulance to Westford Road for accidental alarm; 1:52, Prospect Street, vehicle accident; 2:32, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 2:49, High Street, suspicious activity; 5:02, ambulance as mutual aid to Westford; 7:03, Main Street, suspicious activity; 10:22, ambulance to Patricia Drive.

Sunday, March 4

A.M. 12:04, Central Avenue, suspicious activity; 2:24, Washington Street, domestic assault and battery arrest. Police alleged a young man grabbed his girlfriend and dragged her to his car; 10:26, Spaulding Street, assisted citizen; 10:33, ambulance to Ayer courthouse; 10:43, ambulance as mutual aid to Shirley; 11:05, Westford Road, traffic citation; 11:53, Main Street, traffic citation.

P.M. 1:07, East Main Street, assisted citizen; 1:39, East Main Street, traffic citation; 3:40 Westford Road, served paperwork; 3:40, ambulance to Apple Valley; 4:04, Westford Road, assisted citizen; 4:22, Old Towne Road, served paperwork; 4:29, Atherton Street, served paperwork; 4:37, Groton School road, served paperwork; 4:47, Doug Road, attempted to serve paperwork; 7:03, ambulance to Pond Street; 7:58, Fletcher Street, assisted citizen; 8:45, Groton School Road, suspicious activity; 11:02, Fire Department sent an engine to Depot Square in response to a report of a fire in a newspaper box.

Monday, March 5

A.M. 12:02, Ambulance to Nashoba Park; 7:15, ambulance to Groton School Road; 8:02, ambulance as mutual aid in Littleton Road; 10:00, Main Street, suspicious activity.

P.M. 12:01, East Main Street, traffic stop leading to an arrest; 2:27, Oak Ridge Drive, police called to restore the peace in a family disturbance; 2:59, Fire Department responded to a still alarm, sending an engine to Wright Road for a fire alarm; 4:15, Central Avenue, accident, leaving the scene. A business reported a tractor-trailer truck backed into a fence and then drove off, leaving $1,000 of damage behind; 6:48, Doug Road, served paperwork; 7:47, Fitchburg Road, vandalism; 8:36, ambulance to Apple Valley; 8:49, Willard Street, annoying phone calls.

Arrests:

Saturday, March 3: Angel Zayas, 22, of Lowell. Default warrant for failure to appear in court. Also charged with larceny over $250 and larceny from a building.

Sunday, March 4: Dajwan Gregory, 22, of Ayer. Charged with assault and battery.

Monday, March 5: Nelson Maple, 41, of Ayer. Charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, speeding, failure to stop at a sign, and failure to signal.

The Fire Department also had two water problems, two public assists, and three auto lockouts.

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