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Police Log: Taken to the Hospital With a Case of Sticky Fingers

The following information was provided by the Bedford Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

 

Thursday, Jan. 31

4:23 a.m.- The Bedford Police Department received a call reporting a tree down between Beverly Road and Wildwood Drive. The responding officer reported the tree had knocked a wire down. It was confirmed the wire was a cable wire. DPW moved the tree to the side of the road.

5:55 a.m.- Police received a call reporting a tree down on Franklin Road at Hill Road. DPW moved the tree from the road. 

6:15 a.m.- A caller reported a tree down on Old Billerica Road. DPW pushed the tree from the road.

6:28 a.m.- A motorist reported a tree down on Old Billerica Road near Mitchell Grant Way. The responding officer moved the branch to the side of the road. 

9:32 a.m.- Police received a call reporting a large tree limb down in the road on Route 62 near Route 3. The responding officer reported he moved the branch from the road.

10:18 a.m.- A caller reported a car crash with no injuries on Springs Road near the V.A. Medical Center. The two vehicles involved pulled into Middlesex Community College. The responding officer issued one of the drivers a citation. 

1:45 p.m.- Police received a call reporting a medical issue near the entrance to Great Road Shopping Center. The individual was transported by ambulance to Emerson Hospital. Hospital staff reported the found items on the individual that appeared to have been shoplifted from Stop and Shop.

4:21 p.m.- . Copper piping used for heating the duplex was taken when the home was broken into. 

6:55 p.m.- A caller reported three suspicious vehicles parked at the end of Reeves Road. The responding officer spoke with the reporting person who said he was concerned for the people if they were walking in the dark. The officer found the owners of the vehicles on mountain bikes with head lamps. They were returning to their cars.

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