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PEPPERELL — The Police and Fire departments responded to the following incidents between Wednesday, June 27 and Tuesday, July 3:

Wednesday, June 27

A.M. 12:37, Pine Street, investigate breaking and entering; 5:24, Pine Street, criminal complaint investigation; 8:59, Palmer Road, attempt to serve summons; 10:40, Palmer Road, serve restraining order; 11:18, Leighton Street, investigate burglar alarm; 11:36, Main Street, alarm sounding, malfunction.

P.M. 1:38, River Road, request for the ambulance; 2:55, Hollis Street, assist with transfer of property; 4:52, River Road, power outage; 5:53, River Road, extinguish fire; 6:08, Palmer Road, serve summons; 7:49, DPW call-out; 8:46, Nashua Road motor vehicle complaint, unfounded; 9:33, Maple Street, assist citizen, transport to hospital.

Thursday, June 28

A.M. 8:28, First Avenue, investigate identity theft; 10:44, Lomar Park Drive, industrial accident, transport to hospital.

P.M. 3:21, Hillside Street, serve summons; 4:37, South Road, disabled vehicle; 5:05, Main Street, motor vehicle complaint, arrest made; 7:00, Mill Street, soliciting complaint; 8:49, Harbor Street, fireworks complaint.

Friday, June 29

A.M. 9:24, Main Street, serve summons; 11:16, Cottage Street, motor vehicle complaint.

P.M. 1:47, Leighton Street, investigate larceny; 2:17, River Road, lift assistance; 2:36, Maple Street, complaint call; 4:12, Shawnee Road, burglar alarm sounding, false; 5:53, St. Ann and Province streets, dirt bike complaint, could not find; 6:35, Village Road, domestic disturbance.

Saturday, June 30

P.M. 1:10, Main Street, motor vehicle complaint, could not find; 1:19, Main Street, investigate motor vehicle accident; 2:17, Tucker Street, domestic disturbance; 3:13, Julia Lane, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital; 8:35, Main Street, disturbance; 9:23, Crescent Street, domestic disturbance; 9:53, East Street investigate 911 hang-up, unfounded.

Sunday, July 1

A.M. 12:39, Mason Street, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital; 4:06, Cranberry Street, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital; 11:03, Hollis Street, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital.

P.M. 1:51, Herget Drive, investigate vandalism; 2:07, Tarbell Street, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital; 3:16, Plainfield Road, investigate 911 hang-up; 3:58, Shaden Way, investigate disturbance; 5:41, Chapel Place, assist citizen.

Monday, July 2

A.M. 1:29, Cottage Street, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital; 1:31, Hollis Street, investigate suspicious activity; 10:42, Maple Street, disturbance; 10:48, Nashua Road, tree down; 11:16, Lomar Park Drive, investigate larceny.

P.M. 2:34, Main Street, investigate larceny; 2:41, Lowell Road, vandalism; 4:52, Townsend and Mason streets; 5:06, Heald Street, complaint; 5:11, Lowell Road and Nova Drive, motor vehicle accident; 5:48, Chestnut Street, disturbance; 8:16, Blue Heron Way, request for the ambulance, transport to hospital.

Tuesday, July 3

A.M. 12:54, Main Street, assist citizen; 9:42, Maple Street, serve trespass letter; 11:18, Main Street, investigate drug offenses.

P.M. 12:44, Main Street, assist citizen; 2:06, Townsend Street, investigate breaking and entering; 4:00, Elm Street investigate suspicious activity; 4:55, Casie Lane, investigate 911 hang-up; 8:27, Mill Street, investigate vandalism; 8:53, Tarbell Street, complaint; 10:11, Groton Street, threats made; 11:29, River Road and Elm Street, disturbance.

Arrests

Thursday, June 28: Susan M. Landry, 54, 6 Mill Street, charged with operating vehicle with license suspended for OUI, marked lanes violation, OUI (fourth offense).

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