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PEPPERELL — The Police and Fire departments responded to the following incidents between Wednesday, June 6 and Tuesday, June 12:

Wednesday, June 6

A.M. 9:05, St. Ann Street, investigate reported vandalism.

P.M. 1:16, Chace Avenue, report of disturbance; 8:14, Nashua Road, disabled vehicle; 8:34, Brookline Street, investigate 911 hang-up; 8:43, DPW call-out; 9:13, River Road, assist citizen.

Thursday, June 7

A.M. 1:57, Shattuck and Harbor streets, investigate reported vandalism; 10:16, Shirley Street, animal control call; 11:01, Townsend Street, complaint call; 11:07, Prospect Street, attempt to serve summons.

P.M. 2:53, Prospect Street, serve summons; 2:58, Province Street, report of threats made; 3:17, South Road, motor vehicle accident; 10:54, Nashua Road, investigate report of suspicious activity; 11:26, Heald Street, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital; 11:54, River Road, complaint call.

Friday, June 8

A.M. Main Street, investigate phone complaint; 10:44, Main Street, assist citizen.

P.M. 12:11, Pine Street, carbon monoxide alarm sounding; 2:17, Main Street, investigate reported larceny; 2:42, Main Street, property taken for safe keeping; 3:15, Elm Street, burglar alarm sounding, false; 5:06, Jersey Street, motor vehicle complaint; 5:28, Main Street, burglar alarm sounding, false; 6:18, Main Street, complaint call; 7:17, Hollis Street, locked out of residence; 8:08, Main Street, investigate past break and enter; 9:10, High Street, burglar alarm sounding, false; 8:52, Nashua Road, motor vehicle complaint; 9:53, Main Street, service civil matter; 10:30, Groton Street, locked out of vehicle; 10:52, Jersey Street, investigate past burglary.

Saturday, June 9

A.M. 11:10, Soccer fields, welfare check.

P.M. 12:58, Lowell Road, animal control call; 5:14, South Road, motor vehicle complaint; 7:17, Tucker Avenue, service civil matter; 9:05, Groton Street, reported assault; 10:10, Juniper Road, locked out of vehicle.

Sunday, June 10

A.M. 10:49, Groton Street, Lifeline emergency call, unfounded; 10:52, Maple Street, investigate reported larceny; 11:16, Main Street, arrest; 11:35, Lomar Park Drive, burglar alarm sounding, false.

P.M. 1:41, River Road, serve search warrant; 2:16, Sheffield Street, animal control call; 2:30, Hyacinth Drive, complaint call; 5:02, Main Street, assist citizen; 5:38, Plainfield Road, civil disturbance; 6:19, Lakin Street, service sounding burglar alarm; 6:43, Main Street, investigate sounding burglar alarm; 7:36, civil disturbance, arrest made; 7:58, Main Street, police investigation; 11:36, Cranberry Street, investigate reported suspicious motor vehicle activity.

Monday, June 11

A.M. 8:28, Bayberry Street, investigate reported vandalism; 9:03, Maple Street, report of fight; 11:15, Townsend Street, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital.

P.M. 2:08, Main Street, investigate possible postal scam; 3:14, Herget Drive, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital; 3:22, South Road, motor vehicle accident, transport to hospital; 9:15, Lowell Road and Allen Street, stop vehicle for criminal complaint; 10:11, Lowell Road, complaint call.

Tuesday, June 12

A.M. 6:26, Nashua Road, investigate reported vandalism; 7:49, River Road, animal control call; 11:03, Harbor Street, motor vehicle complaint; 11:39, Hollis Street, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital.

P.M. 5:12, Nashua Road, assist citizen; 11:45, Parkwood Drive, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital.


Sunday, June 10: Timothy W. Sullivan, 40, of Pepperell, charged with assault and battery.

Sunday, June 10: Andrew G. Hardy, 27, of Pepperell, charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest.

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